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Ref: black powder. You will need an explosives certificate which you apply for at the same time as your firearms or shotgun certificate. Itís nothing to be afraid of as itís a tick the box affair with two or three questions. Then you will need to have a specific wooden box to store the powder, these are readily available nowadays. In addition you need a metal gun cabinet and a safe room to store your arms. But the first thing you will need before all this is a good reason to possess a shotgun/firearm. Just saying I want one is not sufficient for the police. Most people belong to a club or stalk, in which case you will need the farmerís details or get the club details (if you are going down the route of a club then you will also need to satisfy the club that you are a suitable person by having a probation period before you can apply for membership). If you are lucky enough to have your own land then itís not a problem. Take a look at The Met Website: https://www.met.police.uk/firearms_licensing/
All this depends on you being a good boy, and you are only allowed 15kg total which includes contents of shells/ammo and other shooters powders.
Enclosed explosives pdf.
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Our Shop / Re: my backyard home workshop (in Brazil)
« Last post by celsoari on Today at 02:27:08 PM »

  Hi Celsoo
                     Your workshop is so tidy, it looks like the one used by students at college. What do you make in your workshop?
           We would love to see the items that you have made. The bench looks great should last for years.

                                                    Cheers David

David, I do several things in my workshop, mainly metalwork and woodwork. Visit my You Tube channel and you'll see something I've done.
thanks for comment
greetings from Brazil
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How do I?? / Re: One for the Chemists - water softening solution.
« Last post by awemawson on Today at 01:52:03 PM »
I'll go do a bit of Googling  :coffee:

Thanks for the link - meanwhile I've been advised that the RM 110 is 'dispatched, so I wait with bated breath
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Andrew, have you thought of using " Bore Saver" from Geoquip in Ipswich ? We've used it for years for cleaning borehole pumps of scale. These pumps have been either landfill or domestic sites. Mike Deeds who owns Geoquip will only sell kit that works.
Nathan.
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Our Shop / Re: my backyard home workshop (in Brazil)
« Last post by Meldonmech on Today at 12:46:18 PM »

  Hi Celsoo
                     Your workshop is so tidy, it looks like the one used by students at college. What do you make in your workshop?
           We would love to see the items that you have made. The bench looks great should last for years.

                                                    Cheers David
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Tools / Re: torch for metal melting foundry (audio in portuguese)
« Last post by celsoari on Today at 06:39:29 AM »

  Hi Celso
                      Some good ideas on this torch, and made mostly from off the shelf stock items. Easy to make for any one with limited machinery.
                                 Well Done
                                                          Cheers David

thanks Mr. David
greetins from Brazil
Celso Ari
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Our Shop / Re: my backyard home workshop (in Brazil)
« Last post by celsoari on Today at 06:32:45 AM »
A nicely laid-out shop with loads of floor space and tidy too!

I bet that's made a load of members jealous - I know I am!

thanks Pete

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Our Shop / Re: my backyard home workshop (in Brazil)
« Last post by celsoari on Today at 06:28:38 AM »
Nice shop, and I like your woodworking bench.
Edit: ( Boa loja, e eu gusto do seu banko de trabalho de madeira. )
The  workbench i buiild it myself  in few weeks.
Thanks for yours comments.
Greetins from Brazil
Celso Ari
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Metal Stuff / Re: Atmospheric Propane Brazing Torch Experiments
« Last post by vtsteam on January 17, 2018, 07:51:52 PM »
My photos in this thread restored after Photobcket broke the links
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Our Shop / Re: my backyard home workshop (in Brazil)
« Last post by Pete. on January 17, 2018, 07:30:43 PM »
A nicely laid-out shop with loads of floor space and tidy too!

I bet that's made a load of members jealous - I know I am!
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