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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    You amateur.
    Flip it up, cut what you want off the underside and put it back down. No visible sign of interference.
    All the tastey stuff is on the top.
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    Sako Rifles,Browning shotguns,Black Labs.There is nothing else

    The dog always bites,The horse always kicks,The gun is always loaded.


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    @Gapped axe all the best for a good outcome
    Sako Rifles,Browning shotguns,Black Labs.There is nothing else

    The dog always bites,The horse always kicks,The gun is always loaded.


    " Real guns start with the number 3 or bigger and make two holes, one in and one out." -

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    Popped out for a quick walk with my boss to finish off the working year. Found two young stags within 5 mins of leaving the truck, walked a distance of around 400m. Shot them both as they were so handy. Can't beat the easy ones! Xmas bbq sorted




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    This is what everyone talks about isn't it........Christmas lamb
    Not sure how she's so late, but we'll take it. Just as well I didn't sell her last week, she's just made us another $200

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    Dragged @gadgetman up a big hill yesterday and back down this morning. No animals harmed but good to get away for a bit and stretch the legs. Few chamois spotted but nothing worth launching an attack on, good to see them about though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    Dragged @gadgetman up a big hill yesterday and back down this morning. No animals harmed but good to get away for a bit and stretch the legs. Few chamois spotted but nothing worth launching an attack on, good to see them about though.
    Thanks for the invite Ryan. Although I struggled I still loved it. Told you I'd be slow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    Dragged @gadgetman up a big hill yesterday and back down this morning. No animals harmed but good to get away for a bit and stretch the legs. Few chamois spotted but nothing worth launching an attack on, good to see them about though.

    Nice work, how did the knee cope with the climb, descent. ..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shift14 View Post
    Nice work, how did the knee cope with the climb, descent. ..?

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    Climbing isnt too bad, descent sucks big time and I forgot my walking pole which helps heaps downhill. But its not a race so just took my time and all good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    Climbing isnt too bad, descent sucks big time and I forgot my walking pole which helps heaps downhill. But its not a race so just took my time and all good
    Cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetman View Post
    Thanks for the invite Ryan. Although I struggled I still loved it. Told you I'd be slow.
    not as slow an I, I'm not really but for ascents but descents also have been interesting when you get a 'roll" on
    If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    not as slow an I, I'm not really but for ascents but descents also have been interesting when you get a 'roll" on
    I've got the typical shagged back/withered legs thing going big time. Really need to work on fitness.
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    Not quite as flash as the canoe paddlers down below...but 50ml for paddock 22 today


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    Daughter arriving from Ireland on NZ1 via LHR and LAX, Mum got a bit carried away, but as they say, happy wife......

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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
    All the tastey stuff is on the top.
    Yes, but those are the bits that will kill you. Or get you killed.

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    Looks like a good day for a fish!

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