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Old 05 April 2010, 16:07   #1
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There was some sun at the weekend!

We had two nice days and two bad ones.
One of the nice ones-
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Old 05 April 2010, 17:24   #2
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Didnt We :-)

Great weekend overall
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I gave up on water events and did some of this ... suffice to say the egg got it (at 300yds)
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I gave up on water events and did some of this ... suffice to say the egg got it (at 300yds)
Bully.
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... accurate bully sub 1/4 moa with that thing
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... accurate bully sub 1/4 moa with that thing
If that egg had been pointing a .50 cal at you, you wouldn't have been so brave.
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Oddly enough - I wouldn't be takin' the piss o' a man that tops his eggs at 300 yds...

'course, I prefer mine scrambled, but that's just me
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What I wanna know is what's the .44 magnums for??
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We had two nice days and two bad ones
Typical isn't it...we had some divers down staying....

Had a run down to Strumble head on Saturday from Cardigan....Dived the reef at Cwm Yr Egwlys, The Gramsbergen and Carreg Wastad, but didn't find the remains of the wooden wreck there.....vis was very poor. Cardigan bar was buzzing when we got back and we had to play dodge the surfer through the sets....Sunday was okay, yesterday a write-off, so we did some shore dives at St.Brides where vis was still good at around 3m despite it blowing a five or six further out....

Howling today again...not due to drop off until Thurs
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