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Milgi

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  1. Sorry - I've been away from my pc. They were selling on eBay (auction) for £70-£105! Make me an offer. I have 4-5 left.
  2. I got these professionally made a few years ago - I have a few left.
  3. Kylini and Foxline are showing kennels! What are the names of your bitch’s sire and dam?
  4. Looking good - how do you prevent yours from working loose with use and becoming misaligned?
  5. New variation - what do you reckon? Any suggestions?
  6. Like this? Just modified my own two piece shovel. 8mm stainless bolt with washer and wingnut.
  7. Agreed. That’s why the nut is included on the shaft’s thread - it can be tightened down onto the ferrule to prevent turn. It’d be very straight forward to drill through and insert a bolt with a wingnut.
  8. I recently made two - one for myself and one to sell. I’m just testing the waters.
  9. Yes - in two pieces it fits nicely into an average sized rucksack. A full length shovel (in two pieces) was a little too long for concealed carry.
  10. This may be of interest - eBay item number: 113981413033 https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F113981413033 https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F113981413033
  11. If there's anyone interested in buying a genuine Deutsch Drahthaar pup (German wirehaired pointer) imported from fully tested German bloodlines then please PM me.
  12. Checkout item number 110964919582 on e B a y for a real bargain
  13. If you're prepared to travel I can save you a few quid - PM me if you're interested
  14. I know that this post is very old but if there is anyone interested in buying Chudleys Greyhound Racer and Chudleys Greyhound Maintenance at very cheap prices then please reply to this post. I currently have 30 bags of Racer and 13 bags of Maintenance in stock. The earliest use by date is 03/13. I am based in North Wales. Thanks
  15. Point taken! You know what I mean though! ;-)
  16. When you say "one marking two foot to the left of the true mark" - how many dogs did you have to ground? The new box is designed to only work with one collar - having 2 collars on at the same time really confuses it.
  17. Just spotted this on eBay - it might be of interest to someone. Item number: 110743274072
  18. I tried one a couple of times. Nicely made/engineered thing. The mouth/pan whatever is to narrow & the handle is too long imo. Bulldog style round mouth is far superior for what I want. I didn't mind the width of the WWMFG shovel but completely agree with you about it being too long. The build quality is excellent though. Gutted - another waste of money!
  19. yes mate! lad just orded a big one so just gonna make them to order! turn around should be about two weeks at most if i don't have stock in to make them! How much for a big one?
  20. I agree mate - I wouldn't just let a 12-14 week pup have a go at a half grown rat from cold. I'm sure that you'd agree though that some half grown rats are feistier than others - its just a case of judging the situation! The first rat for any pup would be a really small one - just bigger than a mouse, if possible. They see the rat in a trap first then if they're really keen to get at it then they get an opportunity. If a pup any older than 4-5 months shows no interest to even bay at a rat after a good few go's then it really doesn't bode well. I try to keep my pups as long as possible to
  21. I get mine to start baying at them in a cage around 12-14 weeks! The eager ones are more than capable of killing a half grown rat at around 14-15 weeks (sometimes even younger). It's a good way of sorting the men from the boys at a very early age. you being serious mate 100% serious - I think that if they're prepared to have a go at a small/young rat at that sort of age then they usually have the attitude for work as adults. Once they've show an interest they obviously then need careful nurturing and holding back and only given opportunities to gain further experience when
  22. I get mine to start baying at them in a cage around 12-14 weeks! The eager ones are more than capable of killing a half grown rat at around 14-15 weeks (sometimes even younger). It's a good way of sorting the men from the boys at a very early age.
  23. Thanks AngelicAcid That shovel head is very similar to the one that snapped. I was thinking of getting one of those American ones - does anybody sell them in the UK?
  24. Hi I've snapped the neck of my favourite Spear and Jackson shovel today. The cast snapped where the neck meets the handle so it's going to virtually impossible to repair. Where do you buy the stainless shovels from? How expensive are they and how long do they take to be delivered? Thanks Milgi
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