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Huey

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Huey last won the day on 12 May 2017

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  1. Huey

    Centra Vibrake

    Glen, if that doesn't work out, email Edinkillie for a quote. Nothing to say they don't post overseas on their website...
  2. Huey

    Centra Vibrake

    I certainly only use mine to provide rails over the loading port which is where I position my sight's clamps. I have no doubt it makes naff all difference to stiffness (especially on a 20-series) and I do have to pull out the odd case that spins inside the loading port in preference to being ejected. I suspect the Anschutz variant may provide notionally greater stiffness (though still close to naff all) as it is based on a tube rather than flat plate and the clamps are longer, but there is less flexibility (no pun intended ) of sight placement as is directly attached to the sight itself. H.
  3. Huey

    Anschutz 54.30/1918 Smallbore Rifle

    Oh. Rats. I was expecting pics in my inbox :/ Hey ho.
  4. Huey

    Anschutz Target Rifle Wanted South-East

    Davie, YGPM
  5. Huey

    Clear Out

    Does the Kustermann have a size number? Thx.
  6. The stand looks like it may be squeezed to fold, is that the case?
  7. Huey

    Upgrading The Forum

    Does the forum need to change, what's the driver here? Personally, I appreciate this forum as it is. I have met and heard opinions from shooters from all over, I have made much use of the buying and selling areas (some closer to home would say not enough selling!) and I have my interest piqued occasionally, particularly when it comes to aspects of legislation or, as Chris says, ISSF rule changes (even though I don't shoot to those rules). To an extent, this forum is quieter due to the calibre of its patrons - what's said is in the main constructive, inciteful and self-policing, a far cry from the many examples you see with a little blue thumbsup; Facebook does not a good forum make. Yes, it's immediate, but the quality of material follows the 80:20 rule from the wrong side. I think a forum allows a more considered response and also an inherent archive - there's many a time I've gone back to a post or two because I know I can. H.
  8. Huey

    Please Read!

    Revisit your post when you are logged in. There should be an Edit button at the bottom of your post:
  9. Huey

    Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    Hence my "probably" Many such adverts have missing key information, like the size of the allen head for example and assume a great deal.
  10. Huey

    Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    2mm allen head fitting, 5.9mm length, 3.84mm outside (thread) diameter. Probably like these.
  11. Huey

    Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    Ah, witcha!
  12. Huey

    Tec-Hro Grub Screw

    I don't recall grubscrews per se on that riser; there are the dovetail clamps then studs for the height setting? I have one, so please clarify and I'll take a look.
  13. Huey

    Kurt Thune Shooting Jacket

    Christ knows Chris So now i'm Christ !!??? You are forgiven - its an easy mistake to make, i get it all the time. Bless you my child. And still none the wiser.
  14. Hi Chris It's great that you are interested in my 1907 for sale but I haven't marketed it yet! The one up there ^^ belongs to narrowboat although I will be releasing a 1907 in a mint wooden stock for sale later in the summer. It does state "now sold" against the rifle in the OP though H.
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