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Foxy12

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  1. .410 bolt action

    It has 2 1/2 stamped on the barrel, I just assumed it was 2.5inch. Would be a bonus if it does take 3
  2. .410 bolt action

    So I went and got it, put 25 cartridges through it and all is fine, ejects well, bolt moves freely and smoothly. Great fun to shoot, probably won’t use it an awful lot, although I do fancy a bit of squirrel/rabbit bashing at some point if I can find somewhere nearby. Thanks for the replies, pleased I went for it. Oh and got some more money off it too 👍🏻 Think I got a really good deal.
  3. .410 bolt action

    It’s a single shot harry. I’m going to head up this morning and see if they still have it. Hopefully it’ll be in my cabinet by the end of the day.
  4. .410 bolt action

    So. My local shooting ground has a little .410 bolt action Webley and Scott for sale. Really tempted to buy it, it’s up for £75 which I thought a little steep initially but done a bit of googling and seems to be at the lower end of the price range. Mare these as fun as they look? And could I actually use it for anything? 🙈
  5. Wellies - Dunlop or Aigle?

    I have aigle parcour iso, had them 4 years, I wear them 5-6 days a week and they still look new. As comfy as a pair of slippers and warm as you could ever want from wellies Many dad has le chameau’s and I much prefer the aigles. Can’t comment on the Dunlop’s though.
  6. Wellies - Dunlop or Aigle?

    I have aigle parcour iso, had them 4 years, I wear them 5-6 days a week and they still look new. As comfy as a pair of slippers and warm as you could ever want from wellies Many dad has le chameau’s and I much prefer the aigles. Can’t comment on the Dunlop’s though.
  7. Fitting a shotgun cabinet

    Mines fitted above the skirting, When FEO came round asked if I could build a plinth underneath the cabinet as someone could get a low profile car jack or crowbar under it and try and prise it off the wall. Although she did comment that she was just being picky as it would be likely the flooring would give way long before the cabinet would come off the wall.
  8. One for Lord Geordie I Think

    I know they were filming around Seaton sluice for Vera last summer. Not seen it though.
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