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dixyhmr

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About dixyhmr

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    Born Hunter
  • Birthday 06/06/1915

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    North Yorks / Durham
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    All fieldsports

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  1. Time Left: 21 days and 13 hours

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    • Used

    Immaculate condition, not messed about with , used occasionally since bought new. Comes with bipod and original magazine, hardcase and paperwork and a few tins jsb pellets .

    £1,100.00

  2. Fx impact .25 mk1 silver . FAC 56ft lbs View Advert Immaculate condition, not messed about with , used occasionally since bought new. Comes with bipod and original magazine, hardcase and paperwork and a few tins jsb pellets . Advertiser dixyhmr Date 16/10/21 Price £1,100.00 Category Airguns  
  3. Im not keen at headshots on fox with the hmr personally. The rounds not penetrative enough and can splash if the shot isn’t int 100%. A wobble or the fox moves slightly and you’ve got a yelping fox running off into the distance, probably with a bad nose or jaw ….. With a centerfire you don’t have that issue. Chest and bib shots are fine at close range with both, although the hmr will give you an extra few yards and I’ve found stops them instantly in most cases where with the .22lr they may run on a little. Neither round is a fox round so use cautiously and in certain circumstances…..
  4. Nice Converted you good and proper with the little old .223 ! Think we all need a break in the weather
  5. 5 kits in Darlington. albino hobs, 11 weeks old. free to good homes.
  6. Bigger isn’t always better. I always pick up the .223 9 times out of ten as I like the fact it’s quiet, cheap accurate, doesn’t blur my nightvision with heat and smoke and it drops foxes well. if it’s windy and I’m shootingnon big fields il use the .243. if I had to pick one it would be .223
  7. I’ve been thinking of parting with my drone pro 10x lately. love it to bits but I run 4 different rifles for foxing and it makes sense just to use an add on. sometimes you need a smaller calibre and sometimes a bigger one helps. wish I’d have bought half a dozen drones lol
  8. Deer are just a big rabbit. Google some videos .
  9. I’ve found the .25 fac air rifle at around 50 ft lbs works well. only recently bought one. All these years I’ve been missing out !. shoot a fox in the head at a sensible appropriate distance and it won’t get back up.
  10. Don’t do it mate. resist his charms. i used to be rich, a good family life, handsome and 6’6. Since meeting Ian and succumbing to nv equipment I’m now poor, no sex life and 5’7 with wrinkles. on the plus side though I do shoot a hell of a lot more
  11. I’m making a butt extension shortly. Got the timber, just need to machine it up. just swap the rubber one over in seconds. I’m making the new one with a built in cheek extension so it’s all solid . Il get pics up when I get round to doing it
  12. I’d avoid the x sight 2. poor quality over priced unit. I’d say the photon has much better image clarity. Tbh I’m surprised they’ve even started selling them with so many flaws and general poor quality. Lag is immense and hard to tell a rabbit from a mole hill at 100 yards. Just my experience comparing to wardy, drone, drone pro, photon, pulsar. Others may disagree.......
  13. Grs beserk stock tikka T3 View Advert Very little use due to Calibre it’s been on. very good excellent condition. Advertiser dixyhmr Date 22/07/18 Price £280.00 Category Rifles Calibre .22  
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