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  1. Regulator for the taipan veteran, brand new still in original packaging, never been opened or fitted, even still complete with the original envelope form Huma 😆Suitable for .177, .22 or the .25Part noTAI02£70 posted
  2. Lincs have always had a bad reputation on licencing, approach an org if your a member or get a legal involved as you will need it.
  3. It’s a concrete base I assume ? get that level, the rest is just timber framework, cladding and doors, roof trusses (I done a cut roof on mine with overhang along the front), board the roof out then roof sheets,. tape measure, chopsaw, screwdriver and nail gun, it honestly isn’t as difficult as everyone has you believe. 👍 If it makes it any easier, break it down into square panels, mine are 12ft x 7ft panels. cost wise, you won’t save a fortune over buying them, but what you will do is build a much better spec out of better materials, mine is all 4x2 and the usual bought ones are 3x2, twice as many roof rafters @6” as opposed to the normal 4”, doors and vents where they worked for me, and as mine is going to be for poultry I done built in nest boxes, feeders, water tanks etc, so a full custome build that would have cost me an arm and leg off the shelf.
  4. Just crack on and build a stable, materials shortage whilst true won’t stop it. ive just built a 24 foot x 12ft mobile stable block and all materials were available within 5 miles from the field. took me 4 days building mostly on my own with a little help. longest bit was making the skids and sending them off for galv. by the time you **** around making a temporary stable, and the cost of bits to do it, your halfway to the proper job.
  5. Or splash the cash and buy one for about 30k on ebay and still have equity to sell on next summer when your all sorted.
  6. Bloody typical, was looking for one of these and couldn’t find one so bought an 85 just over a week ago.
  7. You would be better to put a feeder out and let them find it, keep it full and they will keep coming, I do this and often have 15-20 birds a day
  8. Can you put me down for a bottle please as mine isn’t ready for a while.
  9. Utter nonsense the 243 is no good for fallow, I’ve personally grassed more than my Share with it, it’s all about picking your shot AND bullet placement, I’ve seen guys who couldn’t stop a fallow with a 308. same goes for damage, yes bullet type plays a large part, but placement is just as important personally I am having superb results with sako game king, and getting consistent results from 243, 6.5 and 308, I shoot mostly, munt, Chinese and fallow, with the odd roe. You would be wise to try a few and see what the rifle likes, however I have found the sako ammo seems to suit most everything I’ve tried it in. Do your part and you will be very happy with the humble 243
  10. Just the new one you are wanting to add (assuming it’s a straightforward new addition)
  11. Sorry to hear what has happened, that sounds like it will be a painful time and possibility of a drawn out recovery. I am grateful to read it was not your child and wish you the easiest and speediest recovery possible. On the dog front, IF it’s a police dog in the making, they are supposed to bite, it may well be in the breeding and background of the dog, do not blame the dog, blame the handler as he either was not handling it correctly, did not have the correct tools to handle the dog, or had it in the wrong situation at the wrong time. hell I know of a lot of dogs that will happily take a chunk out of people, mine included, the key is keeping those dogs in the right situations where it is not going to be an innocent member of public or god forbid a child, that cops it.
  12. If your going anywhere near Bedford I will have it 😁
  13. Someone local to you is going to have a result, I would have had it but for distance.
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