I have one. Very well made, sort of a Munro in size with well appointed leather and canvas. I found the brass rings for side storage draw strings not to my taste so they are in the drawer now. Now working up to ditching the Rush 24 and carrying a bit less stuff about.
Well ladies I bow to your better knowledge. It's just that my work 308 sniper rifle shoots around 1 MOA at 100 metres which works out at a bit bigger than 15 inches so perhaps they were very large heads.
Bearing in mind that 308 is subsonic below 1000m I would think torso shots were a better...
I had one which as a great car, avoid silver as the water based paint turns to rust around the wheel arches and rear number plate. Interior fairly bomb proof, actually quite good off road, just be aware of the price of main dealer servicing and parts prices.
Depends on what is being taught and the risk element involved. Competence also plays a part, partial experience and risk perhaps 1-3, complete beginners high risk 1-1. I would say that I find it difficult to do more than 1-6 for instruction and supervision on my own. If the instruction requires...
Roger Harrington made me one with an original 1st pattern blade. Not quite as expensive as the McDonald armouries option however the Sheffield knives options look ok. Really does depend on how much you want to spend. Holts auctions are ok butt beware of fakes.
I have got one, not totally new but shop soiled having spent 5 yrs in the loft! Not really happy as I think the side pouches are a different shade of green to the rest of the sac. Let me know if you want some daylight pictures. Nowhere nears as good as the Tasmanian Tiger Pack I put up for sale...
I have one of these but at 56 the chances of me needing to wander into Europe with a sniper rifle are somewhat slim now! It's as in the picture, used but in good condition, in Flecktarn.
A bit bulky so I think £150 posted. This is a stock picture. PM me for more photos with an e mail address