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Spur Of The Moment Trip To Petes

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by pjgtech, Feb 15, 2019.

  1. pjgtech

    pjgtech Where we're going....we don't need roads...

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    Had the day off work today, was going to mooch around indoors, few odd jobs, but the weather forecast was good, so I thoughts, sod it, I'm off shooting, so a return to Petes Airgun Farm was my sudden destination, nowhere else being open for shooting anywhere near me!
    Luckily the traffic there was ok, even through the dreaded Dartford Tunnel. :thumb:
    Got to Petes about 10ish, paid, set up in the big barn, only two other guys there at that time, I then had a very pleasant three and a half hours plinking away... Few more guys came and went, had various chats, several cups of tea and too many choc bars and crisps, but I left a very happy boy. :D
    Unfortunately the drive back home had a period on the A12 / M25 approach where all cars sat stock still for 20 bloody minutes (some accident somewhere down the road)! :facepalm:
    Had a bloody brilliant day.... :)
    ...and, the weather looks good, so more range time tomorrow with a bit of luck... :p
    Petes airgun range feb 2019 (2).jpg
     
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    Glad you enjoyed yourself mate. That looks like a great place for a bit of plinking :up:.
     
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    mikeyhall1 BRIT SEALS - M & M Products - TbT

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    Nice one matey - it’s certainly a great place.
     
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    pjgtech Where we're going....we don't need roads...

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    As an aside, this was the 1st time I have had a long session with the "Porta Aim" gun rest, worked really well, with no issues, found it easy to have a consistent hold, my TDR I just rest on the top of the padded rest and let it do its thing. No hold sensitivity really.
    But I also had my Pro Sport and my HW97 (springers) and for those I tend to use the same grip (near the end of the forestock), and place two fingers on the padded rest, so my hand is between the gun and the rest, seemed to work consistently ok today, I was really trying to keep the same hold, etc. Had some good groups for a change... happy bunny... I'd recommend the Porta Aim, a nice bit of kit, does not move about either, has good rubber feet....:thumb:
     
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    Wofty 'This is the way'

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    Glad you like the Porta aim. Got one sat at home waiting for me. Looked ideal and so it seems it is.
     
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    oedbachgen Top Poster

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    Looks a great indoor range to shoot pjgtech, glad you enjoyed:thumb:. the M25:eek: it was my worst part when driving to Dover.
     
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    Pleased to hear that you had a good day ;)

    Ray
     
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    Reevo17 Group therapy

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    Couldn’t help but notice the rest! Just ordered one as my Caldwell was too low for me - how do you find it?


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    Reevo17 Group therapy

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    Ignore me - should had read further sorry!


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    Rabbitpie Keyboard Hero

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    Sorry do sound dumb but am I right in thinking that the rest rises up and lowers on the centre spinal?

    Dave
     
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    Reevo17 Group therapy

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    Rabbitpie Keyboard Hero

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    I wish there was an airgun farm like that round here:(
     
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    Reevo17 Group therapy

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    Same - my local is a shed at the back of a clay shoot


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    Ditto
     
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    Looks brilliant sounds brilliant good lad
    TDR BRILLIANT
     
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    pjgtech Where we're going....we don't need roads...

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    My local does not even have the shed, just a patch of land next to the clay shoot... :facepalm:
     
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    pjgtech Where we're going....we don't need roads...

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    Its very nice, very small when its folded, easy to operate, height adjustable, the top pad can be removed (velcro), nice and sturdy with its rubber feet and the legs spread quite wide, so that gives stability too. It also feels very solid, despite not being very heavy. I like it.
     
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    Reevo17 Group therapy

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    Perfect thank you mate. I had a Caldwell jr and on my patio table just too low for me... recently sold

    This looks the ticket plus being light I can pop in in the pocket for when I find a nice quarry spot!

    Can’t wait for delivery!!

    Cheers buddy


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    Andy_J co2 Replica Airgun collector

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    I am sure you want to sell me that Pro Sport...................:thumb:
     
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