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philpot last won the day on August 15 2017

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    Clay shooting, pike fishing, air rifle shooting, my boat mainly used for fishing

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  1. philpot

    Impact bi-pod

    Got the trigger sticks tripod but a bi-pod is handy when prone although I have to confess Sean that once in prone position, I can shoot well enough just can't fcuking get back up again Phil
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    ME ..ETHAN,,,Chris ,,Sean

    I am also looking at a Tikka .22lr, bloody sound rifles. Phil
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    Impact bi-pod

    Come on boys, you must have some ideas.....
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    Child’s shotgun

    Hatsan do a pink camo 20 bore semi ....................it's the colour, I know. My youngest daughter was wanting one. They shoot well with very low recoil. Phil
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    Bet this wasent expected!

    Nice to have you back Ethan, there has been a gap in grandad's hunting reports as you were not with him. Anyway, glad to see you are getting back into shooting and perhaps we will see you again in the not to distant future my lad. Phil
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    Impact bi-pod

    I bought an Atlas clone last year to use on my Impact and also on my HW110k but in all honesty, I am pretty fed up with it as it constantly comes loose to the point that I cannot trust the gun to be supported for long and definately not leave it. A guy on another forum made some delrin washers that made all the difference but not on mine. I am using the Dr Bob's bottle ring with my normal bi-pod fitted which works perfectly well but doesn't fit the HW110k without another fitting to convert the weaver rail to take my normal bi-pod. So I would like to get a better version, does anyone use something better than the £15-17 ebay specials but not a silly money Atlas. This is like the one I have. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rifle-Bipod-CNC-QD-Tactical-Picatinny-Rail-4-5-9-Bipod-Flat-Adjustable-/352570968370?hash=item5216de0932 Phil
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    the value of a good shop

    Now you are talking Jon boy Phil
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    the value of a good shop

    Looks good Jon apart from those yellow bits, we use them to catch a few carp ................. Phil
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    the value of a good shop

    Ditto.................................you eat some funny stuff with your roast Jon............................west country, funny folk down there. Phil
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    Just thought I'd mention it

    £1119 for the Crown..................................................oooooh I do wish my pension was as good as it should have been Phil
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    Whats your thoughts

    Even though the Brocock is from the dreaded Daystate stable, I do confess a liking for a couple of the models and one of them won the Extreme Benchrest in Texas last year so they must be up to the accuracy level needed but again fac level. Phil
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    FAO: Pianoman

    Very well said Simon. At times I do wish I had kept the TX that you shot but hey ho too late now. Phil
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    Whats your thoughts

    Save the dosh for the Impact Jimmy......................................no messing with that bloody thing. Phil
  14. philpot

    FX CROWN 22 AND FX IMPACT .25

    I am so pleased that you had a good session lads and also pleased I was not there otherwise I would have been turning slightly green at the new gun Jimmy. Glad it is woeking for you mate. Phil
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    Whats your thoughts

    I was looking at one last week Jimmy but to be honest, I just didn't click with it. I didn't have a shot with it though so perhaps it's okay but I doubt it. Phil
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