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  1. We bought an Argyll 12 bore single barrel from the catalogue our first shotgun that was about 73/74
  2. Has there ever been a post that you dont have a bitch about! This i a UK post about stuff we have over here , it was educational, interesting and well filmed just get over yourself and watch it without having a dig at it.
  3. Thanks for that i have really enjoyed the wildfowling clips you have done on youtube, it makes a change from the American stuff we usually get to see. Well done keep them coming.
  4. I agree with you entirely thats why the editor of Sporting Shooter magazine should NOT have published an article criticizing ANY other form of shooting.
  5. You should try and get a day out in a punt and you would see the difference between the two methods of shooting/hunting
  6. My answer to the writer of the article, would be you could get any Joe off the street and give an hour long clay lesson and then stick him out on a driven shoot and he would probably do ok. Give him the hour lesson and give him a punt and tell him to go out and shoot , the difference between the two would be very interesting ,if he survives it!!!!.
  7. I know i saw it, its wrong to call Canadas vermin. they might be annoying in some situations but know vermin no matter what the law says.
  8. Go onto Duckhuningchat and look for a guy called BT Justice he has written a book on 10 bore loadings and that has 10 bore light loads with a list of ones that will or will not cycle autos. Its money well spent.
  9. It is a lot of powder but i have loaded it and shot it and it was ok, its 2 grains more than the 10 bore load but that is pushing 42 grams of shot.
  10. Here is the Data from Claygame on SSB150 steel shot crimp finish. 12x3.5" primer cx2000 powder 36 grains SSB150 wad multi metal 3" 1/8 felt o/s shot 35 grams. speed 406 meters per second ,pressure 744bar . average from 5 shot string. 12 x 3" primer G1000 Maxam, powder 43 grains SSB150, wad B&P 32, shot 32 grams. speed 446 meters per second, pressure 535 bar. average 5 shot string 12 x 2 3/4" primer cx2000 powder SSB150 32.4 grains. wad VP65, shot 30 grams, speed 426 meters per second, pressure 536 bar. average 5 shot string There is no mention of what shell case they used but i would think that the ones with cx2000 primers were Cheddite and the one with G1000 primers is the 3" Maxam case that Claygame sell. The 2 loads with cx2000 primers were tested at the London proof house and the G1000 was done by Claygame inhouse testing
  11. Claygame have load data sheets for this powder, if you contact them they should send them to you
  12. I am off work tomorrow so that is my morning sorted. i really like the videos that the Gunshop do on Wildfowling its nice seeing UK stuff rather than Waterfowling from the USA. KEEP THEM COMING
  13. The side safety is one of the hallmarks of the Greener guns if you look here https://www.wwgreener.com/ you will see pics of some of the guns that have this feature. I have only ever owned one of the GP Greeners, i would love to have the money to own one of their side by side guns preferably in 10 bore.
  14. Are you talking about a Greener side by side shotgun that has the safety mounted on the side or the Greener GP that also has the safety on the side, they are both completely different guns.
  15. I had got my hopes up as well when i saw the mention of copper, but then i found out it was just copper coated lead.
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