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1Wally

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About 1Wally

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  • Birthday 07/06/1986

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  1. that is a lovely grain pattern, I can see why you like it, the work is quality to FairPlay,what finish do you use and what are the cuts of your bands? I think the bands on that one were long draw double 15mm that I really liked at the time. The finish was linseed oil. Sold a lot of catapults. Wonder where it is now lol.
  2. This is a Hawthorne natty I made. One of my favourite types to use. Get some cut
  3. Thats cool mate. Ive not been keeping up with any designs or owt not been online much. How big is it and whats the fork gap. I want one
  4. I also prefer naturals, main reason it does not hurt quite so much if you have to lob it or you lose it, as a life time catty shooter, I have always made my own,mostly from hazel forks, I have box,s of them drying in my garage at all times, I really like the look of some of these more modern forks but has anyone that's gone from shooting naturals,to these new super duper looking forks, found that it actually improved there accuracy and the amount you take home at the end of the day, equally has anyone gone from a natty to a new modern type fork and found they couldn't hit anything ? Genuine qu
  5. you dont need ammo anyway do you? You just throw the catty at squirrels dont ya mate?
  6. You're only kidding yourself

  7. Always nice getting a good size natural fork to make a frame out of! I bought a natural Yew Topshot off YCHB earlier this year and its still my fav catty. Im making a Hawthorne one myself now. Ive made R10 and Mule frames out of natty forks too. I,d rather have any frame' made out of a natural fork Still going strong then haha. Probably the best frame I've made that any pics of it http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/topic/339924-yew-top-shot/ f**k! you're right it is best you've ever made pmsl im gutted its lost. Good pics them mate, not seen such a nice grain as that catty.
  8. No mate lol past tense. Left it on side at work and it disappeared got my use out of it though. Went everywhere wi me for months. Miss it. Was a beauty. Wish it had a happy ending but no, soz if ya ever fancy making me another feel free haha
  9. Always nice getting a good size natural fork to make a frame out of! I bought a natural Yew Topshot off YCHB earlier this year and its still my fav catty. Im making a Hawthorne one myself now. Ive made R10 and Mule frames out of natty forks too. I,d rather have any frame' made out of a natural fork
  10. I've not been on for a while but I used to sell a load of naturals I've made. Was always on ebay though and have sold em from less than a tenner to over 50 quid. All depends on what they're like and how much people want them. If you enjoy making them and dont mind selling some for peanuts then put a few up for sale. You're never gonna make make a lot compared to work put in though. Enough to keep yourself in Theraband and pouches.
  11. Funny as f**k she could have sat reading a book nd not even looked away haha, shes well used to Ronnie f***ing Pickering!
  12. Before I ask my question I'd like to say I'm in no way looking to kill cats that may be someone's family pet. My younger sister has a cat that lives in the house and I don't hate felines as much as some people do. I suppose my main question is, what status does the domestic cat have in law? If my dog jumps the fence and has one on a public road, should I worry about getting a knock from the old bill? Everyone's heard the story that if you hit a dog in your motor you have to stop and report it by law, but if hitting a cat you don't have to do the same? Can anyone shed any light on a
  13. Sounds like it's a preference thing. Like I'd always use double 15mm instead of single 30mm it just feels better for me. Had success with long draw single 25mm but it's not my favourite. It's a twat finding what works best for yourself ha
  14. I was using double 15mm silver with hex nuts a longish 40" draw and it worked alright. I only tend to hit pigeons with headshots or miss though which is different to killing a rabbit obviously.
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