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Hi all, I am currently in rented accommodation and as with all tenancies, have to make good of any drilled holes when I leave. It is a new build house with thermalite blocks used and covered with dot and dab. Looking online the best form of fixings are setting anchor bolts in using resin. My only concern is that I won't be able to get them out again when I move without damaging the rest of the wall. Has anyone had any experience with removing resin anchor bolts or have any other suggestions? Thanks.
Hello everybody I have been hanging about for several weeks now reading incognito - but after 10 weeks of waiting I have my interview next week for my SGL and took delivery of a safe yesterday. I am fitting it to a wall in our smallest bedroom which consists of hollow concrete block. I have fixed items (articulate wall mount for plasma) using resin sleeves before, however that was because of the moments involved when the screen was pulled away from the wall and I am stuck with what to do when we don't want a wall mounted screen - or want it elsewhere!!! This would happen with the safe as well if I used the same system (still got bars and sleeves, I would just need the resin), so I was wondering if the firearms guy would be happy if I used these concrete bolts which I have used in the garage, which if we did need to re-locate the safe, would leave just 4 holes that would need filling rather than having to take something like an angle grinder to the wall to cut back the bolts to below the surface (solid plaster on top of block) Your thoughts and advice would be most welcome A little bit about me - I have had a couple of lessons with Beretta (Brian) up a Faux Degla (North Wales based) and I am now looking forward to getting out a couple of times a month (will that turn to week?) to shoot some clays.I am afraid to say that personally I would not be shooting game although I have absolutely no problem with anybody who does do that - it is just not for me I will also now have to start looking around to get my first gun!! I haven't really bothered besides occasional looks on here and gunstar but I will more than likely be looking at the main 3 mid-range starters - Beratta/Browning/Miroku and undecided if I go new or second hand - I have a budget of up to £1.5K (don't tell the wife!!) and I am always looking for the best deal! Cheer Steve