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Clay pigeons

Discussion in 'General Clay Plastering Discussions' started by irish_spread, Mar 13, 2016.

  1. irish_spread

    irish_spread Private Member

    Seeing as this section isn't really being used, how's about a clay pigeon section ?
     
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  2. Fatarm

    Fatarm Trainee mod

    I do believe....clay is the way:)....


    the garden thread was a good place (y)
     
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  3. GrantyBoy

    GrantyBoy Well-Known Member

    I buy my clay pigeons ready to shoot, no messing - £12 each

    There's clay pigeons £5 cheaper but you have to dunk them in water first for them to become usable.

    f**k the haters.
     
  4. beddy

    beddy Well-Known Member

    What do you feed them on?

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  5. Arti

    Arti Private Member

    clay
     
  6. beddy

    beddy Well-Known Member

    Cannibalism

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  7. whitebeam

    whitebeam Active Member

    Nothing like dusting a clay....
     
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  8. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Never been

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