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- 21 Nov 2016, 13:39
- Forum: Chatterbox & introductions
- Topic: New member cannot access the site
- Replies: 1
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With respect and I mean no disrespect, one can read most of this stuff online anyway without registering or logging in. How and why is this so. Doesn't exactly inspire confidence.
- 20 Nov 2016, 19:27
- Forum: DIY Nightvision
- Topic: Runcam 2 HD nightvision test
- Replies: 8
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Went out this pm and sat in a barn and saw a pigeon thing fly into the roof rafters (not a quite right pigeon as no collar) and an inquisative Robin bird. Beat that. Oh yes, and my new 6-24x56 Hawke scope will not parallax down to 10 metres, have i been swizzed here.
- 20 Nov 2016, 11:46
- Forum: Hunting Shack and Gallery
- Topic: The UK Badgers Menu
- Replies: 54
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The other day an elderly but not demented couple from the West Country told me/us (so I have a witness) about a badger that recently killed a motorist. Apparently the car driver had run the badger over and the person got out to see what was going on. Badger, still alive, grabs person by the throat a...
Not really Mikes but a nice thought. I just rather like to compare like for like so to speak as the BBC look left don't tend to keep up with current EU affairs rurale unless there's something in it for them to bleat about and kick around to humiliate their detractors. The last article of note re Fre...
Here, here and hear Mr P. Try wrapping some chicken wire round the end of the 223 barrel and then get an old T shirt and wrap that round the chicken wire and there you go - job done. Seen it done on a Yank website so it must work. Mind you the sniper was using a periscope.
There weren't many foxes around in those days Mikes - nor badgers come to think of it - not a lot of rabbits either - but there were lots of rats, oh yes. Anyway I checked out your nutria, coypu stuff etc and i really did not realise they were one and the same creature. Only ever saw one dead by the...
Silly old me, must take more milk with the sherbet Mike - and it is reassuring to know that you are somewhere in deepest France and speak Kings English. Will now lookup the difference in these critters on the net. By the way Radagast I never realised that you also could be so eloquent with Kings Eng...
Jolly interesting about Trump allegedly raping ladies of the night and they not getting pregnant. Are they in fact suggesting that President Trump is minus a few swimmy things here. Anyway what is a Ragondin and a Kamarian - i know about nutria in America and those big rat things - coypu in Norfolk ...
Hi Radagast. just caught up with your posts here - must be living in a cave. I wondered why do your people have or did have such close ties to the French military. The French are learning English albeit slowly but translation is always a bugbear and should be avoided in my military book. Why was the...