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1 hour ago, lancer425 said:

 

 But there was no point this is not about steel or lead as you keep reminding me is it?

No, it isn't. It's about Avery, Packham, WJ, wetlands trust, etc etc etc doing their utmost to stop us shooting live quarry for sport.  None of them could care less whether we're using steel, lead, copper or ping pong balls; they just want to stop us shooting live quarry for sport. You can bang on about the merits of steel over lead until the cows come home, but none of it will placate those who oppose us. 

It's NOT about lead, it's NOT about steel; it's about stopping us from shooting live quarry for sport. It's that simple. 

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1 hour ago, Scully said:

No, it isn't. It's about Avery, Packham, WJ, wetlands trust, etc etc etc doing their utmost to stop us shooting live quarry for sport.  None of them could care less whether we're using steel, lead, copper or ping pong balls; they just want to stop us shooting live quarry for sport. You can bang on about the merits of steel over lead until the cows come home, but none of it will placate those who oppose us. 

It's NOT about lead, it's NOT about steel; it's about stopping us from shooting live quarry for sport. It's that simple. 

agree its not about lead or non toxic shot efficiency , if the cant get us in general licence , intimidation on shoot days ets . Come through the back door and ban lead shot no end of guys will say my old guns are worth nothing I am getting too old to change and will give their licence up end result achieved . We have to watch attacks from all angles from hunting / shooting / fishing / and all country sports.   Together we are strong divided we fall while we argue they are coming at us from another angle

not a lot of lead in shot these days loads of junk metal far cheaper and does not distort so gives a tighter pattern only commercially loaded calibers are compliant to non toxic if vintage (muzzle loaders and commercially obsolete calibers lead shot is still within the law ) only commercially available calibers have to comply  

 

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