Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by FUBAR, Nov 5, 2009.
any ideas on what the weathers doing this weekend ...............around the bisley area
Its going to rain just on your head because you are wet , there I've said it
Random Dave the random bloke
Might get an idea here
Pouring down with rain from the looks of the forecast
Looks like I'm getting wet this weekend then
oooooh felling sensitive today dave
What just because sulking Steve has woken from his sulkiness and posted a thread to boost his sulky ego ??? Never . lol
Just go to Bisley , if its easy you will get a 63 . If you go with Stephen you will probably get a 69 .
im going with martin , dave do you know the post code for bisley im doing a weather search thingermy doo .
dont worry i have looked and it aint looking good , well for target shooters that is
my only concern is my new stock , it was oiled or i paid for it to be oiled when i bought it , since then it has had 1 coat of linseed oil and 2 coats of danih oil , oh and i drenched the inletting with danish a well should be alright ........ shouldnt it ?
doesnt matter where you look it will rain . [this is hft after all ]
just incase , if my new stock does get soaked is it best to leave the action in untill it is dry ie in the airing cubord ? i dont want to get home take the action out rub it all down and find the action wont go back in because the wood has swollen .
Ask your dad , he is after all a cabinet maker . lol
Rusty action springs to mind Nick
Take the action out and wipe it down with an oily rag , wipe the stock over with a clean dry cloth and leave it to dry out naturally . Wood will swell when its not sealed and as long as you have used some oil on it , it should be fine .
up ya arse ........ just cause your in a strop with steve dont take it out on me
now you can either help or you can go and post RANDOM CRAP somwhere else........... david
THANK YOU DAVID THATS MUCH BETTER . see you can be normal
Look above you b e l l e n d
No I can't
sod off im watching telly .
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