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Old 19-06-2015, 09:07 PM
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Hooded Talons are proud to be stocking this stunning selection of traditional wooden falconry blocks, which have been crafted by Euro Falconry. These wooden blocks are made with mahogany and poplar, and are topped with either astroturf or coconut fibre. Each block comes with stainless steel spike. Postage is ú15 within the UK.

Extra large - 8" diameter - ú110





Large - 6 3/4" diameter - ú100


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Old 19-06-2015, 09:10 PM
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Medium - 5" diameter - ú95





Small - 4 1/2" - ú90


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Extra small - 3 3/4" diameter - ú85


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Beautiful work Kevin. I'd buy a couple, but for the fact that the Aussie weather destroys wooden blocks in no time
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Beautiful work Kevin. I'd buy a couple, but for the fact that the Aussie weather destroys wooden blocks in no time
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Old 19-06-2015, 11:10 PM
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Can I ask you politely where did you get this design of block from please?

Reason I ask, I designed the system way back in early 2000 here's the 3d system kindly supplied by Steve Joyce ( KLD architecture)

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Old 19-06-2015, 11:31 PM
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Can I ask you politely where did you get this design of block from please?

Reason I ask, I designed the system way back in early 2000 here's the 3d system kindly supplied by Steve Joyce ( KLD architecture)

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These blocks were made and designed by Euro Falconry.
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Old 19-06-2015, 11:45 PM
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These blocks were made and designed by Euro Falconry.
I saw them at the FF Kevin, and as I said at the time, they're good value for money.

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I saw them at the FF Kevin, and as I said at the time, they're good value for money.

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Old 20-06-2015, 06:10 AM
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These blocks were made and designed by Euro Falconry.
More like he copied my design and claimed as his own more like, as I say I designed that system early 2000. Heay ho, pineo had it done to him with his vest and bag designs, along with Luksander with his tubular screw top transmitters, am I surprised, not really
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