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Old 09 December 2004, 09:14   #41
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nah, itts morr funn waytin til de ribburs gett flikt owt ov de ribb an wen thay arr upp inn de ayr, giv em bowf barruls.

banng banng, gott yer , yer bastuds.

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We should forget about shooting clay's off ribs and should get out there with harpoon guns hunting GARFISH
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Old 09 December 2004, 09:41   #42
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..........if a bit restrictive as bird crossing or coming to you are out!
Arrr but with two ribs

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Old 09 December 2004, 09:56   #43
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Just out of curiousity what are the gun laws now? I always had a hankering for getting a black powder long gun (preferably a rifle) for some fun but haven't a clue what the law on owning, storing and buying such would be.
plus the fun of buying and storing black powder

I have to have a full gun license for my Kalashnikov and these days after Hungerford things have been tightened up though the shot guns are a lot easier to get ahold of these days
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Arrr but with two ribs

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Des I do hope you are joking!
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Old 09 December 2004, 10:13   #45
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Narr , well maybe , but here’s a thought with two ribs you could just hold the clay in the air and zoom by would save on pigeon cos if you missed just turn around and have another go
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OK sound good I'm up for it but you are on the trap first!
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OK, so its not from a RIB - but we take clay pigeon groups out on our ship in the Bristol Channel.

We make sure we are well out in the middle - and stop if any other shipping is in the area. We normaly keep moving ahead in slow - not at anchor. All great fun!!! - a few pics on the new website!

www.prideofbristoltrust.co.uk

(The Pride of Bristol is Rib friendly as she came to Cardiff to "see off Spirit" and was base for a group of early RibNeters)

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