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    Lovely!

    Lovely!
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    The two-piece is shown in my instruction manual....

    The two-piece is shown in my instruction manual. It was sold in the UK as a 6 ft/lbs target rifle, to be fitted with dioptre sights rather than telescopes.
    10 yd target rifle -to be fired standing....
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    Nice. Power?

    Nice. Power?
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    Don't pi$$ about - buy the Theoben! On the...

    Don't pi$$ about - buy the Theoben!

    On the Pro-Sport - I recommend them! I also have the standard TX200 (same innards) which I did a bit of work on myself - tuned the trigger - these triggers are...
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    Yes, well never mind about that - what about that...

    Yes, well never mind about that - what about that Theoben? :D
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    Not surprising. Get the Theoben so we can see the...

    Not surprising. Get the Theoben so we can see the pics!
  7. Thread: Myocardial

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    Nice one mate.

    Nice one mate.
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    I doubt you'll find a nicer rifle than the 200………...

    I doubt you'll find a nicer rifle than the 200………
    Anyway - post pics of the Theoben when you buy it - so we can drool :) .
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    I know what you mean, and I haven't been tempted...

    I know what you mean, and I haven't been tempted by another rifle since I upgraded my 200. This is still non-regulated, but once the first five or so shots have been fired after a fill it stays sweet...
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    Yes, if it's the under lever version. It will be...

    Yes, if it's the under lever version. It will be around 10 ft/lbs. Very nice rifles in their day - well-made and accurate.
    If it's in good nick it's worth a few bob too.
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    Only Scotland. No licence needed in England and...

    Only Scotland. No licence needed in England and Wales provided the rifle is putting out less than 12 ft/lbs, or pistols less than 6 ft/lbs.

    I'm not sure about that stock. I like it, I think….. :D .
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    Very, very nice. That is all.:)

    Very, very nice. That is all.:)
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    Strap the boat to the car securely, as suggested,...

    Strap the boat to the car securely, as suggested, but then as an extra deterrent leave the wife in the car overnight. Tell her to open the window and scream if anyone tampers with the boat - simples!...
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    Hi, Thanks for coming back. Yep - too many...

    Hi,

    Thanks for coming back.
    Yep - too many think they can just buy a rifle and start shooting, but it's not like that at all, and with such low-velocity rounds you have to be able to hit the...
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    Old-ish thread, but I feel I have to join in...

    Old-ish thread, but I feel I have to join in since airgunning is one of my passions.
    I do a little pest control for one of the local farmers - bunnies only - which are then brought home and eaten.
    ...
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    I paddled one of those on the Ashby. Primary...

    I paddled one of those on the Ashby.
    Primary stability?
    What primary stability ? SMcrutches
    :D
  17. I think the recent, crowing press release by AT...

    I think the recent, crowing press release by AT smacks of desperation myself.
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    The sandmartin pics are excellent Mal. Did...

    The sandmartin pics are excellent Mal.

    Did you know that the big holes in the bank are caused by mink digging out the sandmartin chicks?
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    In the '80's it was de rigeur not to wear a...

    In the '80's it was de rigeur not to wear a helmet when mountain-biking as I remember. Mind, that was a loooong time ago…..

    You look cool in a Tilley?? SMwhistle
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  20. Good to know. What is interesting is that the...

    Good to know. What is interesting is that the insurance underwriters must have looked at the risk of a paddler being taken to Court and decided it was low.
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    Weather last weekend in Wales.

    Last Saturday I did a quick trip out from Newquay (Ceredigion) on Cardigan Bay in the Epic. I was hoping for a little surf, but instead the water was flat calm, warm, and the day was warm too - most...
  22. The backing of a bigger paddling body is vital....

    The backing of a bigger paddling body is vital. Much law seems dependant on bluff - "you really want a fight? Remember, my dad is bigger than your dad".
    A fighting fund will not do on it's own....
  23. Couldn't agree more. London Barrister =...

    Couldn't agree more.

    London Barrister = 1,000.00 an hour, so another opinion shouldn't cost more than, say 10,000.00 or so.
    FishLegal have sought to wrap this up relatively cheaply with a...
  24. That's often how the law works. "Mr Povey, when...

    That's often how the law works.
    "Mr Povey, when challenged by anglers, refused to say he would not trespass again and later boasted about his trespass online."
    Not a great idea when the law is...
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    Hi mate - you won't go wrong with a SOT, but the...

    Hi mate - you won't go wrong with a SOT, but the re-entries can be a sod to begin with.

    If you're in a dry suit leave a bit of air in the legs to help keep them up. What's your yak?
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