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33 minutes ago, old'un said:

You could then use the drone to go look for some pigeons.

dont be silly............they dont make drones powerful enuff to strap a double barrelled shotgun to it.............

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oohhhh yes sirrrr....eeeeee...........................then i will be truly an armchair shooter........................

 

when will there be some "drone" UMAV shootings in America...??

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Well knowing the Yanks, just a matter of time, mind you its frightening to think what these could be used for in the wrong hands.

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Hi I know this is an old post now, but I bought a pair of these and had the same problem as Delwint.  After playing around with these for a a bit and watch a few videos on you tube I realised that I had inserted the wings wrong - like in the up position, which is what looks to have happened in Delwints pictures.  When correctly inserted, the wings should lay flat, which when that happens, they fly fine. 

Delwint, did you ever get this sorted?

 

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My shooting Mate has a pair of the Enforcers and has already had a second pair of rods sent to him.

The ends that are peened to stop them moving become loose over time and then require gluing, not what you'd expect from a supposedly premium product with a premium cost.

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3 hours ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

My shooting Mate has a pair of the Enforcers and has already had a second pair of rods sent to him.

The ends that are peened to stop them moving become loose over time and then require gluing, not what you'd expect from a supposedly premium product with a premium cost.

Is this the one that’s giving problems?

 

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12 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

Yes they're the ones!

So what’s turning? Is it the part on the long rod that pushes into the tube under the decoy, the bit with the little bobble, as he calls it.

Cannot believe the prices of some of these plastic decoys, bet they cost a couple of £ from China.

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11 minutes ago, old'un said:

So what’s turning? Is it the part on the long rod that pushes into the tube under the decoy, the bit with the little bobble, as he calls it.

Cannot believe the prices of some of these plastic decoys, bet they cost a couple of £ from China.

Yes the part with the brass coloured stud that extends to lock in to the articulated tube in the opening on the decoy. if it turns you invariably end up with an upside down decoy.

Not very clever for the price.

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