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  1. Original BSA Ultra SE stock. Used, good condition, see photos. This is from my rifle, I have fitted a Scorpion tactical so its now surplus to requirements. £50 posted
  2. I am trying to stick thin (0.1mm sheet) strips of copper to mdf. I am using it to edge some splash back in the kitchen that has copper as a theme; lights, sockets, taps etc etc. Some of the strips are vertical so I can't weight them down and the Gorilla glue I have tried cannot hold the copper's desire to curl. I have smoothed the strips as best I can, but cannot get perfectly flat pieces. Is there something I can get that has a better initial "grab", I need a little wriggle room when placing the strips in place to try and get the edges matching up, but after 20-30 seconds it can set. Any glue experts here? (not the sniffing kind) Thank you, RS
  3. Wondering peoples opinions and preferred Stock that they use mainly Beech vs Walnut as i can't decide? Also interested to hear in any other type of wood stocks or Plastic Stocks? Also Thumbhole vs Standard? OPINIONS PLEASE!!!
  4. For sale is my Air Arms original stock. It is beech but has a nice natural colour and grain to it as you can see from the photos. I had to very closely examine this stock to find any imperfections, knocks, scratches on it. I did eventually find 2 tiny dents where a bipod was temporarily fitted over the front stud. There is also a tiny mark at the end of the inletting where the air cylinder would sit. I tried to get these on camera but they just wouldn't show up. It has got sling studs already fitted as shown below. As you can see from the photos this is a great looking stock and is a bit of a reluctant sale. However, I could do with a bit of cash my way at the moment so has to go! I am looking for £60 posted for it please which seems to be a very good price after some research. This advert will only stay on here for a few days before this has to reluctantly go on the bay beginning with e. Any questions please ask...
  5. When I go roost shooting this February, I want to increase my normal bag. I was wondering if any of you experts out there use decoys or something similar when in the woods themselves. ANY advice welcome...
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