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  1. This is for a Land Rover 90 with the fuel tank mounted under the drivers seat box. Front bracket attaches to outrigger coming away from chassis at an angle and the rear of the bracket attaches via U-bolts to the tubular outrigger. It was originally zinc plated but over time it has aquired surface rust. Could probably benefit from a shot blast and recoat or powder coat. It is still extremely strong and is 6mm thick. I'm not sure if the company who made them still exist. Other pictures available to email if interested. Located in Newcastle Upon Tyne and due to weight would prefer collection. £30
  2. .38 special, .357 magnum and .44 magnum are STILL legal - I own and reload all three, in lever action rifle form. They banned the hand guns, not the calibres. And you can even had LBR now as well.
  3. I have a box of these that I purchased possibly late 1990s or early 2000s. Nice to keep as a curio as I doubt we will see Winchester cartridges available in UK again. Bought 6 boxes of these at an auction recently - FN, made in Belgium. 12 bore 4SG in a lead case. Have been told they could have been military issue due to the black stencilled writing on the box.
  4. Bought some cartridges at auction a few weeks ago and this was in a mixed lot.
  5. Chevron Supreme Motor Oil SAE 5W-30 20 litre container. Still sealed, cost £48 will accept £30. Located Newcastle Upon Tyne
  6. Just don't try using them in an auto - wouldn't cycle in my Beretta
  7. So what's causing you people to flinch????? I've been shooting for 30 years and never had a problem. Currently using Cheddite Universal Trap - work well in my over under and auto and £210 per thousand for fibre. (I didnt say "only" as I remember buying cartridges at £80 per thousand!!!!)
  8. Wow, that looks like a cabinet full of ARs!!!!
  9. Can't be that massive as Kia Sorento are only rated at 2.5 tons. I would seriously consider your need to tow 3.5 tons as with the budget you have you will obviously be looking at an older vehicle and until recently it was mainly the Land Rover products and the Porsche Cayenne that could tow 3.5 tons. Most of the pick ups have only recently been upgraded to between 3 and 3.5 tons, for example the Mitsubishi L200 was only changed to 3.5 tons in 2018. 2011 Toyota HiLux only had 2.5 ton capacity. So it would be worth doing your homework.
  10. By David Hudson, second edition Hardback, 160 pages in excellent condition from a smoke free home £7 inc p&p
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