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JAG wrote:
Tyke wrote:I also shoot, but prefer to use something a little deadlier than paintballs, so I chuck pointed sticks out of one of these :D

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Hoyt Alphaburner, one of the fastest bows you can buy.

You and mikem should chat :lol: :lol:

We do.

I'm off to target practice tonight - just getting my eye in for the next person who cracks a rugby joke! :lol:
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hoggy wrote:I thought my comment on collecting keyboards needed a photo to go with it.

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ah I too shoot these long pointy things that swift through the air silently and deadly..... but I dont have cams on the end of me bow like some though! :lol:

I also do a bit of off road winch challenge events..or that used too,( the above is taking over my time). Im giving the comps up as they are getting expensive in repaires and fed up of cleaning the landrover after events, but its good fun though.
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scooter wrote:
hoggy wrote:I thought my comment on collecting keyboards needed a photo to go with it.

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I woke up in a cold sweat thinking about this last night!

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... there's about 50 others in a cupboard upstairs...
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sweet mother of......

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hoggy wrote:I thought my comment on collecting keyboards needed a photo to go with it.

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Some of those are seriously rare!

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village wrote:
Mortis wrote:Image
That sort of thing.

The Mass Spying-on-your-neighbour-in-the-shower club of Berkshire

(note,not affiliated with the Mass Debating Team of the same parish....)
I think they are looking at the smallest car in Berkshire. :silent:
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Im into archery"recurve" and I ride a kawasaki and a cannondale bad boy :thumbup:
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I like to think I can fly RC Helicopters,

I just got a crash proof one but that only lasted 20 mins then its back on the web for parts.
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Helix Von Smelix wrote:
village wrote:
Mortis wrote:Image
That sort of thing.

The Mass Spying-on-your-neighbour-in-the-shower club of Berkshire

(note,not affiliated with the Mass Debating Team of the same parish....)
I think they are looking at the smallest car in Berkshire. :silent:

Is this target shooting and are you the target if so i'll be in for that :lol: or are you just perving :silent: if shooting can i bring jag as a moving target as we all know that he can't move fast :twisted: :twisted:


i do love him really.
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mrs j wrote: Is this target shooting and are you the target if so i'll be in for that :lol: or are you just perving :silent: if shooting can i bring jag as a moving target as we all know that he can't move fast :twisted: :twisted:
Finally someone who knows what it is*!

Anyway, to answer... Yes, no, sometimes and not unless he's really bad! :wink:

I normally go back to 1200 yards (although my best performances are 900) but that shoot was a weird one at 200 with a miniature bull - hardly any wind effect!



*And is willing to say rather than take the proverbial!
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Mortis wrote:
mrs j wrote: Is this target shooting and are you the target if so i'll be in for that :lol: or are you just perving :silent: if shooting can i bring jag as a moving target as we all know that he can't move fast :twisted: :twisted:
Finally someone who knows what it is*!

Anyway, to answer... Yes, no, sometimes and not unless he's really bad! :wink:

I normally go back to 1200 yards (although my best performances are 900) but that shoot was a weird one at 200 with a miniature bull - hardly any wind effect!



*And is willing to say rather than take the proverbial!

I enjoy target shooting. It's one of the few things I'm good at. But of limited use, as I'm neither a hunter nor an assassin.
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Mr Rick wrote:I enjoy target shooting. It's one of the few things I'm good at. But of limited use, as I'm neither a hunter nor an assassin.
Same here to be honest. :thumbup:
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shes after your watches mate. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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