Freddie

Freddie

Postby Blackbaronfish » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:39 pm

Sorley missed big guy.

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Re: Freddie

Postby Geordie » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:44 pm

Lovely bloke, miss his presence on the forum.
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Re: Freddie

Postby eboswan » Sun Jan 31, 2016 8:12 pm

good guy Freddie..... :(
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Re: Freddie

Postby wastrel » Sun Jan 31, 2016 9:20 pm

Jesus H guys, don`t get me started, I miss the big man so much, I`ll cry, you`ll cry, (how the hell do you spell cry? doesn`t look right?)
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Re: Freddie

Postby Geordie » Sun Jan 31, 2016 9:45 pm

wastrel wrote:Jesus H guys, don`t get me started, I miss the big man so much, I`ll cry, you`ll cry, (how the hell do you spell cry? doesn`t look right?)


Cry ;) :)
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Re: Freddie

Postby wastrel » Tue May 17, 2016 5:11 am

thought I`d share a memory,
the day I picked up my LGU from Freddie, the big fella asked me to try a daystate, Airwolf I think it was, looked huge & the bottle (I don`t like the look of bottle airguns) but hey ho, I said "Fred, y`know I can`t afford this" he said yeah but just try it anyway, I picked it up & it was a featherweight :shock: it shouldered like an old favourite jacket, perfect to the shoulder, I couldn`t believe how light & comfortable it felt,
he said "now try this one",
it was a daystate too, all singing all dancing laminate stock, adjustable butt plate, Huge scope on top, pro-Hamster- the real deal for HFC pro`s
jesus H, I couldn`t believe the weight of it, the heaviest gun I`ve ever held, Fred said the weight was to dead`n the shot cycle, case & cloths & pellets & all sorts of stuff included, ahem, mine (yours) for a measly £1600 :o
and that was second hand!
I left quite happy with my LGU, (but that Airwolf :?)
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