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What range is this?

#6
Oneshot said:
At first glance, it looks like one of the Warcop ranges, but not entirely sure!
I don't think it's Warcop because that appears to be the sea in background but I agree the terrain looks similar.

Cheers,

Ex STAB
 
#8
I believe it is the outdoor fashionable drab green olive and brown range from man at Q and M, very popular with a certain section of the british workforce with Head Wear and matching accessories
 
#9
hairyhandbag said:
I believe it is the outdoor fashionable drab green olive and brown range from man at Q and M, very popular with a certain section of the british workforce with Head Wear and matching accessories
Nice!

Ex STAB
 
#10
I did caveat my answer with "at first glance", but at second glance its obvioulsy not warcop as their is sea in the picture.

Oh well, can't win them all, I'm off to the pub!

OS
 
#12
51 pics on there.
Looks like the pylon things that hold targets for the Rail Gun project in the distance, landscape looks right for southern Scotland, so still guessing at Dundrennan!
 
#15
My guess is Eskmeals range near Ravenglass in Cumbria. I've never been there, but the terrain looks about right (less heather than in Scotland) and the camera is pointing generally south (sky brighter in the background and smoke drifts left), so it's on the west coast somewhere.

Only thing missing is the rain.
 
#16
and the Midges......

I'll give the mint leaves a go next time I'm sentenced to Jockland. Didn't someone say Avon's hand/face cream was the clockweights too?
 

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