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    Blimey! Really ???

    I've just realised that I have now made over 6,000 posts here on Shootinguk.
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    You need a hobby

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    ......and every one a gem, Robert!
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    wow 6000, you need to get out more mate, lol
    only joking rob, plenty of good advise in all them posts, helped a lot of shooter out with your wise old words
    im over 600 posts and most of mine is talking crap
    daffodils in winter,,, i dont belive it,,,?

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    Makes me feel old that though but at least i'm still alive and shooting.
    I must be alive, I can feel the pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBERT6500 View Post
    I must be alive, I can feel the pain.
    Sign of a life well lived!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBERT6500 View Post
    Makes me feel old that though but at least i'm still alive and shooting.
    I must be alive, I can feel the pain.
    Hull Comp X 21g might help

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    Quote Originally Posted by coalman View Post
    Hull Comp X 21g might help
    I'm still using absolutely thousands of them each year Coleman and they never cease to amaze me on clays.
    I must admit to using quite a lot of the Hull 24g Pro fibres as well though these days when I get serious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike George View Post
    ......and every one a gem, Robert!
    Thank's Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBERT6500 View Post
    I'm still using absolutely thousands of them each year Coleman and they never cease to amaze me on clays.
    You got one more 21g Comp X plug out of this thread too! Haha. I use the 24g Pro Fibre a bit too, but find they dirty the barrels a heck of a lot in comparison. Makes cleaning a right pain.

    6000 posts and they are all actually useful too! Makes you wonder how many shooters have read your advice over the years...

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