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Hey guys/ladies, we have a bunch of MPRs in stock now in the UK. Stoats is holding stock and shipping from the ZA factory in Clitterhouse. They cost £38.99 including post to a UK address. Please PM him for details.

Thanks! Paul  :cool:


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Mark can also be reached on stoatstail@sexyloops.com

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Payed for mine earlier,looking forward to getting it and practicing some single speys etc.Are there any drills etc with the mpr or do you just work it out as you go along?
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Stevie

Drill 1. - Remove all valuable ceramics, ornaments, and anything else you value from the room in which you practise.

and, having ignored Drill 1.

Drill 2. - Replace said object back to where you lassoed it from (whilst trying for a 90 deg hook cast behind the telly) - carefully rotating the treasured item to make sure any chips and cracks face the wall.

NB - there are only so many times you can repeat drill two before your loved one notices and bans you (at least while she's around  ;) ) from using your MPR indoors.

Hope this helps.

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Also - watch out for lamp shades!  :cool:

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Sound advice,especially as her indoors has eyes like a s#$t house rat when it comes to damaged ceramics :p
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