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  1. Maybe I won't be getting one after all then - interesting to hear your experiences. Feel free to send any unwanted/unloved sticks my way 😆
  2. If I had the money I'd be buying a set of these today! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Primos-Trigger-Stick-Tall-Tripod/dp/B075KVP5BX/ref=ci_mcx_mr_typ_d_1/261-2795141-7653966?pd_rd_w=DIJJl&pf_rd_p=4fa411b3-2d7d-4e7f-b06c-84ea0e1db612&pf_rd_r=WZX5XNX506RM5J45TZMY&pd_rd_r=d858c71f-97b4-489a-86fd-bf81d31a6673&pd_rd_wg=ZMjC7&pd_rd_i=B075KVP5BX&psc=1
  3. Yes this one went in the bin. Thank you Houseplant for the iD, I'll keep my eye out and report back if I get any more off this permission
  4. 👍 Hope I'm still pillow bashing at 80
  5. I've had this on a good number of 2.5" Lyalvale .410 carts - 16g from memory fired from an old battered 2.5" Webley&Scott bolt action. Shots seem fine just carts look the same as that after shooting. Having being the only .410 I've ever shot I thought it was normal - I take it thats not the case?
  6. Hello, 


    My dad's interested in the BSA (sorry he's not on pigeonwatch) - he lives in sheffield where abouts are you? 

    He's worksop side?





    1. kswh


      Hillsboro area

    2. Papercase


      that bsa has gone down a treat with my dad thank you 

    3. kswh


      I’m glad he likes it cheers 

  7. Hello - anyone got a Falcon Light Hunter in .177 or .20 that they would like to sell? - please get in touch
  8. I think you are bang on there - thats exactly what I saw
  9. So the pigeon was .177 headshot (bloody lovely shot 25m freehand) and on the ground for around 30 mins, after that it's been in the fridge for a day - could this be maggots?
  10. Just opened up the breast of this bird and didn't like the look of the small white things between the membrane and the pigeon breast pictured - is this what I think it is and is it an issue? I must say it out me right off my pigeon on toast... Thanks in advance
  11. If you can find out which engine it is (usually made by 2-3 companies for all mowers) - just done a champion mower that is 15 years old and it shares the engine with mountfield models and a number of others - maybe it will work - a carb rebuild and new plug usually fixes 99% of non starters.
  12. I'd personally just fix the Qualcast - they don't make em like they used to, I was given a 1970's qualcast suffolk 35 this week (donated for the scout group to have a go at fixing up). Fresh fuel and a little tinker with the carb and off she went. All the spares still availible too. Otherwise I'd be picking up a mountfield around the £175 mark that should have 10-15 years in it, batteries just don't last that long and they keep changing the shape on purpose to keep you buying new kit. Stanley have just done it with the fatmax range and now all my batteries are redundant.
  13. 300 bar way better tanks to have - wish mine was I'd get triple the number of fills. Super easy getting them tested and filled - i borrowed one from a family member and just test and go. Paid about £30 for my test and fill.
  14. Welcome from Newark - your in good company here
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