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  1. No mate sorry just looked it wasn’t me,
  2. I think I may have, but it’s a while ago now , I have just tried to find it, I asked on here months ago, and have been watching his website,
  3. Yep seems that way, I was hoping him being in the business of selling books, he would replenish his stock, at some point, I am only interested in the squirrel lure,
  4. His dvd 2 is till out of stock, anyone know when he plans to get more,
  5. There bloody lovely them dark beasts, good right up Sussex,
  6. That Looks smart mate, I need to get a day stalking munties, a change from roe, really good work that,
  7. That’s perfectly normal mate, no anorak there, just don’t throw one off the wrist, that would be a tad worrying,
  8. That’s why every man should have a comfy shed, at least you have some where to sleep,
  9. Well if I am truthful my 20 hushpower is a very good gun, sat in a hide or hedge it’s first class, but to walk up with it, its a cumbersome thing, I suggest the 410 will be more manoeuvrable, and quicker to use on a flushed rabbit, I hear them investarm 20 gauge over and unders, are very usable rather than the pump, but I have never shot one of them, so not qualified to say,
  10. As above I have the moss berg 20 pump, hush power cracking gun, I will get the 410 though, to use in close proximity to the buildings/ cow sheds, over the winter when they are occupied, I don’t think you can beat 410 up close, with the 2 inch cartridge, which are in my opinion better than the 9mm garden gun, and through a moderated gun, are as quiet as you will ever get, I will be trading my side by side 410 this yr for a modified one,I suppose it all depends, on what you are wanting to shoot,
  11. Make a good snare twister for someone,
  12. I agree with underdog, they will take anything in this country, I have used one twenty yr, and love the round, it’s not the only caliber I have tried but one I have stuck with,
  13. Sounds good, we have been limited, as most of the ponds around us are dry at the moment, that’s the only pond I have with water at present, I am uasually feeding 3 this time of yr,
  14. I know mate, I have done it for yrs, but never have hit them too hard at the start, just My way
  15. First morning, cracking start, 11 mallard 1 goose, on new ground a flight pond, I got end of last yr, my others are dry at the moment, I don’t normally shoot morning flights, but had friends here, for the opening day, one a novice, plenty of duck, so I called time at 11, they were still coming in when we went, and didn’t want to hit it too hard, dog did really well, doing some really good retrieves,
  16. Me too there’s plenty around, resident greys that is, been a good yr for mallard it seems too,
  17. Yes I agree, very productive when done right
  18. I gut all mine in the field, only takes a few seconds, go back next night or so, and wait for the fox,
  19. Cheers that’s the same model as well, just need to get some resin glue tomorrow, and I can sort it thanks,
  20. Just checked it Deker,and even right back in the top picture, it easily clears the stock ,and to look at the old, glue/ adeasive on the barrel, that’s where it was, trouble is I don’t know if the previous owner has messed with it,
  21. One question I never thought of ?? Should the barrel shroud go right down the barrel, as in this picture or should it be set higher up the barrel as in this pic i suppose what I am saying what is the correct position, how far down the barrel should the shroud go,
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