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Greycrows? We don't have them where I live. i must have a look in the bird book, I wonder if they are what they call Hoodies up North? Anyone on mainland UK seen these? Good shooting and nice to...
Another fruitful morning
I'll have to get him to make me one and drop it down Will's... he is often there
I haven’t used a QR pin mate but I do the the advantage of them. @shauny makes them and are well worth it.
Oh, yes please. Shame that has to be done, but I'll never use open sights on a rifle. Have you fitted a QR pin on the lever?