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    Probably been done a few fair times but great little find,Raf Happisbugh gun battery



































    Last edited by steviefry125; 10th Oct 18 at 16:25. Reason: pic not showing

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    Are the photos broken on this report? Or is my Laptop playing up?
    Don't worry about security until you've been caught.

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    ahh man i tried doing what it said on how to post photos on here but its not working obviously :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by steviefry125 View Post
    ahh man i tried doing what it said on how to post photos on here but its not working obviously :(
    Just had a look at this, if you replace every 'URL' with 'IMG' You'll be golden!
    Last edited by UrbanX; 11th Oct 18 at 08:42.
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    thanks buddy

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    Yep working now, not a bad report, thanks for sharing!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!


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