I'm with you on that score. Last time I offered a freebie I barely got a thank-you, let alone anything else. Not that it was expected in the slightest, but a genuine display of appreciation wouldn't have gone amiss.
Not quite sure I get the point of it, but it must be quite good fun to shoot at clays!!!
At a guess, I'd say the gun has a key-type selector switch that adjusts the sear, or something? Never seen anything like it before though. Anyone else?
My rifles have cost a lot less than £5k! My .22 CZ452 I bought brand new, £550 including scope and moderator. My .270 was around £350 (plus another £200-odd for the mod', and probably around the £600 mark for the two scopes it's worn since I got it) My .22-250 cost me £350 for the rifle, and...
I'm not saying it's necessarily a bad thing, of course I'm not. My beef comes from it beginning to become an expectation and a pre-requisite, rather than a voluntary demonstration of a persons commitment to the sport
I've known blokes with DSC1, 2, range warden qualifications, and who are on the fit and competent register that I wouldn't trust with a water pistol, let alone on their own with a rifle. All DSC proves to me is that you passed a test once
I have no argument with that. I'm a massive fan of 'old-style' 4x4. No faffing about with sensors, computers, overly-complicated electronics, and all that nonsense. Just give me a lever to pull that makes two big bits of metal go 'clunk' and I'm happy
Didn't take him long to revert to type, did it? :-|
Derek Hatton suspended from Labour just two days after he rejoined party