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We use and recommend Redding Reloading Equipment
Hunters of England for Sniper's Cheek-piece, Slings, Drag-bags and all your Tactical needs. Tel: 0161 366 7631
Check out RG Rifles for benchrest, F Class, stalking and hunting north of the Border www.rgrifles.com
Osprey Rifles specialise in Savage centrefire rifles - custom stocks and replacement barrels in a great range of 'accuracy' calibres. Check out our website www.ospreyrifles.com We have the new Savage F Class and F/TR rifles plus Savage target actions
We use and recommend Lapua and Norma cartridge cases - because they are the best!
Steve Kershaw Firearms - Building precision & custom firearms to highest possibe standards. Machining services available to the trade. Tel: 01430 430553 Mob. 07725 987295 website: www.precisionrifles.co.uk
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Cleaning Scope Lenses
Opitcal glass - and in particular, the anti-flare lens coatings - are relatively soft and easily damaged. So how do we clean them?
Most camera shops will sell you a special cleaning cloth and cleaning fluid - which is all very well but how do we clean out on range or in the field if we don't have these cloths and fluids?
It's tempting to use any bit of cloth we have to hand and this is when damage can occur. Try this:
Roll up an ordinary tissue tightly, until it looks like a cigarette. Then tear it in half and carefully clean your lens with the torn ends. Breath on the lens if you need to.
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