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Old 01-08-2011, 09:26 AM
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Guns are for gimps... we men use knives to kill in Glasgow!



Yeah, I was wondering if the live round was an issue....


Ha ha! You know Glasgow's on the friendliest places I've ever been to. Used to go to a lot of gigs there, Barras etc. Perth on the other hand is FULL of bampots, trying their luck and don't even get me started on Dundee!!!

Actually, from what I remember, you could get into bother with plod, if you're not licensed and/or the ammo isn't registered to you. I forget the exact ins and outs, I didn't renew my certificates as I sold all my rifles. I'd hand it in to the local nick to be safe.

Or give it to me and I'll make sure it goes to a good home
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Old 01-08-2011, 01:09 PM
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Great job, great pics, great writeup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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B.P.O.D. I am new to the site and I just saw your work. Great Job!!! The seats look fantastic!!! You must have worked SOOOOOOOOOO hard on it, but the results were wonderful! Congratulations!
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B.P.O.D. I am new to the site and I just saw your work. Great Job!!! The seats look fantastic!!! You must have worked SOOOOOOOOOO hard on it, but the results were wonderful! Congratulations!
Thanks very much

I have had a few people wanting me to do the same for them now...

So hopefully I'll only get better!

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Re: Leather repair and lots more!

Holy moly, that is awesome. Great work on the leather, LTT stuff?

I want to get a couple of ramps this year to give the underside a good clean and a coat of paint. The fuel tank cover has annoyed the heck out of me since I bought the Jeep but I don't want to just stop there.

Then I'll take it to Quik-Fit for an oil change and see what they say...
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Re: Leather repair and lots more!

Nice work man! Seats looks awesome as does outside. Def should've threw some tire shine and some under-arch shine on before pics but ill forgive you since you did A TON or other awesome work! Again, kudos on seats, I know how ill be doing mine if/when the time comes.

Wheels also look good, nice to see how you did it with tires mounted and without pro gun. May be nice option for other guys out there just looking to change color form stock or any other bland/dull wheel color. Congrats on our new Jeep!
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Holy moly, that is awesome. Great work on the leather, LTT stuff?

I want to get a couple of ramps this year to give the underside a good clean and a coat of paint. The fuel tank cover has annoyed the heck out of me since I bought the Jeep but I don't want to just stop there.

Then I'll take it to Quik-Fit for an oil change and see what they say...
I use the furniture clinic for my stuff...

I have been thinking about the underside too... but the XKR comes first for that...



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Nice work man! Seats looks awesome as does outside. Def should've threw some tire shine and some under-arch shine on before pics but ill forgive you since you did A TON or other awesome work! Again, kudos on seats, I know how ill be doing mine if/when the time comes.

Wheels also look good, nice to see how you did it with tires mounted and without pro gun. May be nice option for other guys out there just looking to change color form stock or any other bland/dull wheel color. Congrats on our new Jeep!
Cheers mate!

Wasn't sure about the gold to start with, but it's growing on me now...

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