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out with my mate yesterday and got a squirel each .

i was using my usual set up of double tbg and 11mm lead , bit he was only using 1842 dankung looped tubes and 9.5mm sleel .[ his shot was more accurate]his set up is a lot easier to draw and hence more accurate , or that,s my excuse cos he,s probably just a better shot than me. lol

i was impressed that his set up did the job as i have to admit that i wouldn,t have thought it would.

just goes to show you .

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M 8 hex nuts, 1.78 at toolstation. I've not had a look at our wilkinsons yet but I'm sure they never used to have a pick and mix section?

Our wilkos did do them, none left now though😉

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Wilko hex nuts glued one on top of the other, weigh 140 grains, looped 2050 tubes, devastating ammo, drops anything,

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Dankung catty and dunno the bands the one and only Kranky give me it!!! f***ing lethal bit of kit tho...if he wasn't banned I'm sure he'd tell you....

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Actually I say give me it, I still owe him a score loool forgot about that 😂😂

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Seen these for the first time in my local wilko after reading about them on here.so thought I'd grab some for £2.99.BARGAIN.

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My wilko has two sizes, is it the larger or smaller? I've tried both and find the smaller ones more accurate for target practice but thought I'd check.

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Most people go for the smaller size which is M-8. The larger are M10 I believe.

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Our wilko had a few sizes and loads of other stuff which twats had mixed up all over the place so I had to stand ages trying to get my hand in these little boxes picking m 8s out from all the other boxes and emptied the m 8 box too, I grabbed some smaller ones to try and I think they are m6? I wonder if they are selling more m 8 than anything else now?

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Now I'm even more confused! Does the number refer to a particular measurement e.g. width?

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