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  1. Torque Wrench

    Have a look at the Norbar website : www.norbar.com. In 2010 I purchased a TW TRUTORQUE TT20 1/4 SQ (part no 13262) Torque wrench complete with a certificate of calibration through Amazon for £70.99. To fit my Anschutz 1913 I had to purchase an 8 piece 1/4 Square Drive Hexagon Bit Socket Set for £11.60 from Buck & Hickman. If the bedding bolts on your rifle are deep set you may need to use the appropriate size allen keys and with a little DIY fit them into 1/4 square sockets. Hope this helps.
  2. Torque Wrench

    Have a look at the Norbar website : www.norbar.com. In 2010 I purchased a TW TRUTORQUE TT20 1/4 SQ (part no 13262) Torque wrench complete with a certificate of calibration through Amazon for £70.99. To fit my Anschutz 1913 I had to purchase an 8 piece 1/4 Square Drive Hexagon Bit Socket Set for £11.60 from Buck & Hickman. If the bedding bolts on your rifle are deep set you may need to use the appropriate size allen keys and with a little DIY fit them into 1/4 square sockets. Hope this helps.
  3. Advice On Elbow Pads Wanted

    Under my shooting jacket I wear a sweatshirt with padded elbows only, which I purchased last year for £18.20 (inc. carriage) from:- Eskdale Designs, 2 Lumb Lane, Roberttown, Liversedge, West Yorkshire, WF15 7QH. E-Mail: arlene.watson@ntlworld.com They are a small family run business catering for small groups and clubs. All the sweatshirts are made up on the premises to individual measurements to ensure a good fit. The standard shooting sweatshirt includes a padded shoulder (left or right) and was £19.20. If you contact them they will send you a colour swatch. I have been prone shooting in their sweatshirts for a year now and have had no problems with them. P.S. I am not connected to this business in any way.
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