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Thread: I went to Stoke Mandeville today..

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    Terry:

    I had a long conversation with John Cooper of Falcon airguns about this,last year.He was hoping to get a side shoot running at the Ukahft events-a computerised knockover course,against the clock,all proceeds going to Stoke.Have you spoken to John recently?

    I am sure that I speak for the other Southern Hunter organisers,when I say that we would be honoured to run a side shoot at the next series-all proceeds going to this worthy cause.

    Let me know what you think,Terry.

    All the best,
    Graham

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    I'm happy to pitch in with a pair of hands, a set of tools, a van and a spare seat for another volunteer.
    "Improvise, adapt and overcome."

    I can count to potato.

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    If I was to donate a case of 12 cans of moly dry-lube, is there an event that they could be sold at? Since I live in Devon, I guess I'd have to get them shipped to someone who'd be willing to take them along on the day. Any volunteers?
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    Perhaps sell them at a UKAHFT round?
    "Improvise, adapt and overcome."

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    I can hear the Magnificant Seven music staring in the background

    Let's get this done and into a newspaper to highlight the good we can do.

    Nealsey
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    kieran turner is offline I GOT SHOT......IN THE BUTTOCKS
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    Quote Originally Posted by delta1 View Post
    I'm happy to pitch in with a pair of hands, a set of tools, a van and a spare seat for another volunteer.
    you've got your volunteer mate! Can you house some more of my tools for my particular trade? Electricians are quite sort after

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    The 'Shooting Hall' is in a bit of a state (I'm being diplomatic beyond belief, here) and may well be beyond the reach of a BBS work party, I don't know. I'll speak to those that do know, and get back to you.

    Your response to this is wonderful, chaps, and I'm sure we can do some genuine good here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kieranhw100 View Post
    you've got your volunteer mate! Can you house some more of my tools for my particular trade? Electricians are quite sort after
    Kieran,

    Another Sparks eh mate, well that's the wiring sorted.

    If Terry D is still on here, would he mind dropping me a PM about potentially
    getting a crew up to go and help out these fellow shooters?

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    kieran turner is offline I GOT SHOT......IN THE BUTTOCKS
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    probably the best way to assualt this problem would be publisity within the right circles. Features in all available shooting magazines etc.

    If enough money can be raised maybe with it and the help of a BBS work party we could completley re-vamp the place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kieranhw100 View Post
    you've got your volunteer mate! Can you house some more of my tools for my particular trade? Electricians are quite sort after
    You know I can!

    Lets see what Terry comes up with regarding the help required, and see what we can all do.

    As a group, we've done good things for the kids, troops, Ellie May, Charities, lets flex our muscles again, and hopefully have a laugh doing it.
    "Improvise, adapt and overcome."

    I can count to potato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kieranhw100 View Post
    you've got your volunteer mate! Can you house some more of my tools for my particular trade? Electricians are quite sort after

    Another Anston volunteer here you only have to ask and we'll be there !!!!

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    Dun dun da da, da da da da da da.
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    kieran turner is offline I GOT SHOT......IN THE BUTTOCKS
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    Quote Originally Posted by delta1 View Post
    You know I can!

    Lets see what Terry comes up with regarding the help required, and see what we can all do.

    As a group, we've done good things for the kids, troops, Ellie May, Charities, lets flex our muscles again, and hopefully have a laugh doing it.
    As a group of people I've found us shooters to be the most driven in reference to helping others. Once agai9n if we could flex our muscles that would be truly fantastic!

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    We've got the wrecking crew then!

    Any offers to help with a rebuild?
    "Improvise, adapt and overcome."

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    Quote Originally Posted by delta1 View Post
    Perhaps sell them at a UKAHFT round?
    I'm currently working seven days a week, so won't be able to attend any rounds - hence my offer to ship them to someone who can...
    Beware the fury of a patient man... John Dryden (1631 - 1700).

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