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Robertt

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  1. Where would I fly into that far south?. I intend to go this autumn, hopefully the restrictions will be eased
  2. Determined to have a crack at Tuna, barracuda etc this autumn in the Florida Keys area. Anyone been? Plus recommendations please.
  3. Have heard bittern at Leighton Moss but alas never seen one. Fishing a couple of weeks ago and saw Great Grey Shrike. Baffled me a bit till I saw its beak.
  4. Fortunately flew away unscathed but left surreal image on window.
  5. 13 on feeder since last entry. Feeder not touched for 5 days. Last one wasn't playing the game and would grab a nut and run like hell. So had to snap a chest shot off as soon as his head lifted the lid. Turns out the groundsman had near missed him 3 times with his Meteor. Lovely countrywise man who's an extra pair of eyes on the ground so no problem. 426
  6. As far as I know the shortest standard barrel is 26", thus it's been shortened after it left Remington and a possibility the gas bleed apertures in the barrel may have been messed with.....just a guess.
  7. As per Gunman's comments plus......check it's an 1100 barrel and not a 11/87
  8. Used to see Jerry on a regular basis shooting skeet at North Wales Shooting School. Nice man.
  9. I have used a Fabarm Classis 20 bore 30", for 3 seasons now and love it and shoot well with it. I didn't buy it because it was a 20, I bought it because it handles beautifully. It weighs about the same as a 12 bore S x S and thus using 28 and 30g it is not an issue. 21g for clay practice. Use same chokes both barrels which works for me. I also have shovel hands but it doesn't balk me.
  10. Plus 28 some trapped most shot on feeder. 2035?
  11. For those of you using live catch traps.... Its been a bumper year for natural food and my traps are only just startng to catch this week. I'm doing a bit of research on the subject and really need to know when others started to catch and how well or not the yields were. Thanks in advance. R.
  12. It was a bit tongue in cheek. The same thing happens every year. I think I've done all the locals for now. It'll be quiet for about 10 to 14 days and then the vacuem will start to fill. Just on the grey side of a buffer zone here and it would absolutely delight me to see a red.
  13. Possibly shot the last one in this copse. Only time will tell. 1721
  14. Robertt

    PCP virgin

    Costs buttons to free float. The barrel band can be opened up internally till it doesn't touch and you'll need a washer for the cylinder where it screws into the action to remove flex. Thats it...
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