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    doric

    [QUOTE=Jock Scot;1343646]
    Quote Originally Posted by georgeetta View Post

    There are approximately five million Scots in amongst how many billion people in the world? In my experience very few of the 5 million Scots speak or even understand Doric. I might hear it once or twice a year when I am shooting or fishing in and around the Aberdeen-shire area , but I cannot recall ever hearing it anywhere else in Scotland.
    never mind what kind of gun do you shoot !



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    the manny wi the 5 trout in Kintore ..said 'aggots ....... 3 to 5 per huik ..

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    [QUOTE=georgeetta;1343657]
    Quote Originally Posted by Jock Scot View Post

    never mind what kind of gun do you shoot !



    brown's sport shop

    sharpe's of Aberdeen

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    the manny wi the 5 trout in Kintore ..said 'aggots ....... 3 to 5 per huik ..
    I am sorry Georgeetta, as much as I would love to answer your question I have a feeling that rule 11 makes it unwise for me to do so.
    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    [QUOTE=georgeetta;1343638]
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ashton View Post

    good point ..I had no idea there so many non-Scots in the world !
    Whilst I understood your original post, you should realise that the majority of people on this site live outside the UK, so if you are asking a question to which you genuinely want an answer, phrase it in such a way that most will understand it. Neither Gaelic nor Doric, whilst relevant to Scotland, are not familiar to most here.

    I hope you find what you are looking for.
    If you are going to do it, do it in a kilt!

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    macc

    [QUOTE=Jock Scot;1343658]
    Quote Originally Posted by georgeetta View Post

    I am sorry Georgeetta, as much as I would love to answer your question I have a feeling that rule 11 makes it unwise for me to do so.
    good call safety first ..okay..what kind of rod and weight do you beat the water to a froth with ?? I think Sharpe's worked with Orvis USA ..and that led to the impregnated cane rods ..and they may have built for Orvis ?



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    Are we still discussing kilts and the Macculloch tartan here? Has your original question been answered, George?

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    Ya know Rex, I don't this this thread is about kilts or Tartans at all anymore. As no MacCullough Tartan Kilts have ever been offered for sale on X Marks it would seem that the kilt in question was on some other site.
    And as we cannot help the OP, and as this thread has veered way off the original topic, this thread is closed.
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