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  1. Thank you lads!!! Forgot to add i can deliver or meet for a viewing at a mutual spot, i am up Exeter/Plymouth way reasonably frequently!
  2. I just cant understand why they "the vegans" are always so angry?? on top of being completely unable or unwilling to see any other opinion or way of life as being that persons choice. If the shoe was on the other foot, and "we" were as single minded aggressive shooting/hunting would be banned almost overnight?
  3. If you are walked up shooting mainly, an English side by side will be considerably lighter. if you don't mind it not being an ejector model there are lots to choose from??
  4. thank you, going to try the yumove ...
  5. Evening all I have a ten year old cocker, he has not really been used as a gun dog but i have started taking him beating and on the odd walked up rough shooting day. He certainly flushes plenty of birds bless him. He is very fit and gets plenty of exercise. My question is this he is very tired after a shoot day and very very stiff the day after, I make sure he drinks during the shooting and up his food the evening before and give him more food on the shoot day its self. What can i give him to help sooth those aching muscles. ? cheers ZT
  6. Hi bud, sent you a pm re chokes!

    Cheers zt

    1. Hi all Looking for a skeet Choke for the above? or cylinder? anybody not using one?? got one spare? Cheers ZT
    2. I have a building fascination with side by sides. I was taught with one out in Zimbabwe, chasing Guinea fowl and francolin. Having bought a sixteen gauge William Ford and I am now Tempted to add a 12 to the collection. Why do i have an odd obsession that it must be English? I can't figure out why??
    3. lovely wood, well done for rescuing it
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