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A week on Redmire. My mate managed to get through last week so the 3 of us have the last week in September 

New sleep system - going down well!  Room for 2 no arguments!    

Gorgeous... sounds like Rolling Thunder 

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Went in to my local tackle shop today, not for anything in particular, and they had a Berkley F1 Tri Top Barbel rod for £50 so I couldn't say no  :wink:

 

It's a lovely rod and comes with 1.5lb, 1.75lb and 2lb test curve top sections.

 

Well happy  8)

 

Then I got two Daiwa Crosscast X 5000 reels as well (I need to use my Daiwa Regal Z 4000 for the Barbel rod, so had to get new reels for my carp rods  :oops: )

 

And some 8lb Daiwa sensor

 

Oh, and some Korda Tungsten Tubing.

 

I'm dreading getting the credit card bill this month  :oops:

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I like it! I got smashed up in afghanistan in 2012, only had a week left on tour and got into a massive dust up with the taliban, my mate lost 3 limbs and i permanently mangled my shoulder whilst treating him. (i'm a military medic) to be honest, im still not right, physically (to be expected - but all my limbs are still attached!!) or mentally either. Due to leave the army after 11yrs service in december bacause of injuries sustained. I have been priveledged to have served in many different regiments. Although i have never called upon the services of military charities (i dont consider myself injured enough) i 100% back their work and wish the charities shouldnt have to supply these services. 7arytu8y.jpg this was taken a few days before i was wounded, i had gone through 7 months of fighting, been shot at, blown up, shot back, hit a few, treated 33 massively injured allies, (plus countless others of afghan men, women and children caught up in the taliban's cowardly tactics) thought i was home and dry. Then a routine patrol went sour and it happened. Anything that helps lads that were hurt far worse than i was, deserve all the help they get. More lads leave afghan/iraq wounded than anyone woukd ever know, but we did our job, and combat missions have ended.

Thankyou to all who do their bit for military charities. :lol:

 

:rolleyes:

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Wychwood rig box ,(large)

2 lots of tungsten sinkers

hook beads

A.T sleeves

Rig putty x2

4 pack of hooks

shrinktube

buffer beads

gardner line conditioner

spool of zig line

zig aligner set

spool of fluro for leaders

5kg basemix

boilie flavouring

air dry bag

rolling table & gun

betaine

and other stuff i can't remember  :oops:

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Wychwood rig box ,(large)

2 lots of tungsten sinkers

hook beads

A.T sleeves

Rig putty x2

4 pack of hooks

shrinktube

buffer beads

gardner line conditioner

spool of zig line

zig aligner set

spool of fluro for leaders

5kg basemix

boilie flavouring

air dry bag

rolling table & gun

betaine

and other stuff i can't remember  :oops:

And now you're £150 lighter....!

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I like it! I got smashed up in afghanistan in 2012, only had a week left on tour and got into a massive dust up with the taliban, my mate lost 3 limbs and i permanently mangled my shoulder whilst treating him. (i'm a military medic) to be honest, im still not right, physically (to be expected - but all my limbs are still attached!!) or mentally either. Due to leave the army after 11yrs service in december bacause of injuries sustained. I have been priveledged to have served in many different regiments. Although i have never called upon the services of military charities (i dont consider myself injured enough) i 100% back their work and wish the charities shouldnt have to supply these services. 7arytu8y.jpg this was taken a few days before i was wounded, i had gone through 7 months of fighting, been shot at, blown up, shot back, hit a few, treated 33 massively injured allies, (plus countless others of afghan men, women and children caught up in the taliban's cowardly tactics) thought i was home and dry. Then a routine patrol went sour and it happened. Anything that helps lads that were hurt far worse than i was, deserve all the help they get. More lads leave afghan/iraq wounded than anyone woukd ever know, but we did our job, and combat missions have ended.

Thankyou to all who do their bit for military charities. :lol:

:rolleyes:

Proud that our country has men like you. I wish you all the best in your civilian life.
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