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mark williams

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About mark williams

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    Mr Slippy
  • Birthday April 15

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    Lancashire countryside
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    Shooting, foraging, trapping and living off the land.
    HW 100 KT .177, HW 100 KS .22, AA T-Rex 200 mk3 hc .177. FWB Sport mk1 127 .22 classic, FWB Sport 124 .177 classic.
    G.S.P gundog,- pure "Hunting Machine"
    A few shotguns.

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  1. Hi Jake, Air Arms 4.52, 8.4 g or JSB Exact Express 4.52, 7.87 g. Don't forget to give a light spray of gun oil, at arms length, to the empty loading side of the magazine every 5th reload. Rally tightens the groups up Please forgive the dawn target
  2. I don't know why not Phil , just checked and my messenger is just 3% full ?
  3. I don't know why not Phil , just checked and my messenger is just 3% full now, got rid of a load of old messages about a month ago ?
  4. I did`nt "join the force" here`s the salesman he tried his utmost to get me to buy one of these x
  5. Happy birthday/ new year you old fcuker.
  6. Practice/ target work in hunting is very important, would`nt you think ? Well, took the HW 77 Long out, got two presentations in these trees, a good favourite spot of mine. A testing spot for a true 12 ft/lb spring piston rifle hunter. No rocket science lads, basic full leaf suit, shooting sticks ( Primos ) and patience. 38 to 43 yds range here lads. We have oil seed rape fields getting visited by the wood pigeons regularly now to the rear and below this rise, so if the presentation shows in amongst these branches, I`ll take
  7. Here's a session with these beautiful old girls lads, a little Christmas gun porn. Slowly getting back into my shooting again and really fancy hunting classic for a few winter months that are left, nostalgia maybe ? ATB everyone.
  8. Using a spring piston rifle to a high standard and for a decent length of time and then start using a pcp, normally ends with the pcp giving back a high standard of marksmanship. Never, ever seen it happen the other way round.
  9. I`d be lost without a 97 in my cabinet, they really are a must own gun.
  10. Hi Phil,lads, We have been through a real bad time with my eldest son and to be honest I`ve hardly picked a rifle up other than practice for nigh on 2 years. He's diagnosed with adhd, bad mental health etc, he was having suicidal thoughts also. He's slowly mending ( mental health) now, adhd is permanent and for life but yeah, been through a hell of a bad time to be honest.
  11. I remember a big bloke on this forum calling my shooting sticks - said they were my zimmer frame lads,- twat. I also remember that big bloke calling my style of shooting ( static, ambush) as being sat on my fat arse technique, - twat. Yeah and the same twa, bloke has now been and paid me for umpteen shooting lessons this last 6 months, begged me to keep it secret too, seems to be paying off for you Jim, sitting on yer fat arse with yer mop sticks. Great write up and shooting mate. Love the look of y
  12. Not seen you for a good while Jimmy, hope you are still getting out there in beautiful Yorkshire mate. She's well looked after Jim, I bought front and back opens for her from a guy on another forum who was breaking an old mk2 77, I have also put a lovely old platted leather sling onto her from the late 70`s, other than that she is untouched from your good self. Here she is mate at the fore front with a mk1 HW 80. long .22 - what a set of sub 12 hunters these two are.
  13. I,m the first to agree that tuning spring rifles can be a must do job. Here's my 97, carries a Sandwell kit and internals are highly polished, bought from Simon, Pianoman, great hunting rifles. Here's my TX 200 HC MK3, carries a stage 4 tune from Rat Works, another great hunting rifle. The Pro Sport, totally untouched and deadly accurate, you guessed it, another great hunting rifle.She will stay untouched too by the way. A Sandwell stage 2 tuned 0ld MK2 long HW77, for the classic lovers, taken a hillside of vermin with
  14. Hi Jason, that same big fella spent a good while telling me how good the 97 was too. I`ve been a .177 man for a good 10 years now and Simon ( Pianoman ) was selling his .177 cal 97 which I duly bought. Not for one second have I ever regretted buying that gun, they are class and thanks for nagging me Jimmy. Best of luck with your 97 Jason - you'll love that rifle.
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