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Marc Lewis

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  1. Thats beautiful, is it a 404?
  2. Nice tent Paul. You still getting on well with the 500 there?
  3. My point was that I think it makes more sense to refresh cs38 than other units that we do every day. And yes it does get very costly if you have several empolyees who all need refreshers in cs units, all the different ua units amongst others.
  4. Is there evidence to suggest that? If so fare enough. As for practicing cs38, we do and have it recorded as you suggest. It is a requirement by the company i contract for. But that was not my point.
  5. Its all box ticking and arse covering and company's making a good deal of money from it. Imo you should not need refreshing what you are practicing day in, day out, where is the sense in that? I do think however that cs38 should be refreshed as we never get to practice it (hopefully) and this is a unit that does not need refreshing. Makes no sense to me.
  6. Which did you prefer, the blue or green?
  7. Bear grills demonstrated a knot like that, it was called something like the suicide knot!!
  8. Like that, looks heavy
  9. It used to be about £120 to put lines back up, if brought down, which is alot cheaper than them coming out to take down and put back up. I supose you are doing half the job for them[emoji849]
  10. Really really like that, its exactly what i'm looking for.
  11. Good thing about leaving it like that Mick, is that its less likely to get nicked!!
  12. It is a woody plant so can be considered a tree.

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