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 41 
 on: Today at 06:41:30 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by pony express
That's a pretty good list, Major. "Against the wind" has always been a favorite of mine.

 42 
 on: Today at 06:41:24 am 
Started by Abilene - Last post by wool
Yes, if you could arrange delivery to the UK !

 43 
 on: Today at 06:04:15 am 
Started by dutchy - Last post by dutchy
ha going o be a long winter Grin

Cheers
Dutchie

 44 
 on: Today at 05:41:33 am 
Started by Delmonico - Last post by Major 2
The strains of "Free Bird " were haunting.
 At the time,  I was not all that about Lynyrd Skynyrd,  country rock was not my cup.

Free Bird changed that in me...  it,  and songs like Harrison's "As my Guitar gently weeps " and Segar's " Against the Wind "
are still favorite's to me....
these songs  and Morrison's " Light my Fire "  and  Phil Collins - "In The Air Tonight"  and several of Bee Gee's tunes  all still move me.

add in  " El Paso " by Marty Robbins and ''Ghost Riders in the Sky "  by (well just about any artist ) and you have my ALBUM !

It amazes me it's been 40 years !

old rockers  Grin  still the best

 45 
 on: Today at 02:16:55 am 
Started by FuriousFritz - Last post by Pettifogger
Original Winchesters in .32-20 had carriers like that in the photo.

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 11:34:41 pm 
Started by JimBob - Last post by St. George
This is excerpted from an earlier 'Note', involving insignia...

In March 1921 - the Indian Scouts became a part of the Detached Enlisted Man's List - and were authorized a collar disk featuring the crossed arrows - unlike that of the regularly-issued disk for that element - the Great Seal.

Few would actually wear this 'USS' insignia, as by that time there were only 23  men eligible.

With the adoption of the crossed arrow disk - the USS disk disappeared completely.

In the '20's and '30's - Indian Scouts served as a labor force - assisting carpenters, plumbers and others.

They wore whatever insignia was available as they faded into the mists of history - though one Apache Scout Detachment continued to perform military duties (a wide-ranging description, to be sure) until disbanded in 1947.

****

The guidon shown looks to be something made up by a veteran's unit - it doesn't fall under the Regulations involving 'Flags, Guidons and Tabards'.

I wouldn't give it any credence, unless the provenance is absolute.

Scouts Out!



 47 
 on: Yesterday at 11:23:44 pm 
Started by Pitchy - Last post by Professor Marvel
Kinda lonely around here.  Roll Eyes

Ah My Good Pitchy -

do not fear, if you find yourself bored and lonely out here just PM me or Coffinmaker and we will talk write your ear off....

wait that daoesn't sound quite write, I am not an accountant, I can't write anything off....

yhs
prof marvel

 48 
 on: Yesterday at 11:17:33 pm 
Started by Baltimore Ed - Last post by Professor Marvel
Greetings Ed & Friends -

These minimills are notorious for flex, and "lack of mass". Mass helps dampen vibration, chatter, blah blah blah ...

the columns on these benchtop models are also notoriuos well known to have "fore-and-aft flex" due to the "feature" of being able to go left and right from vertical. SO another mod has been to add stiffenning plates. all these are adressed in the links:

reducing column flex
http://www.hossmachine.info/Shop_Info.html#x2%20column

xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/3032973/292114156/name/Column+Flexing+in+the+Minimill+-+revision+1.pdf

Re: Reducing Mini-Mill Column Flex (and Column Y-Axis Alignment)
http://www.homemodelenginemachinist.com/showthread.php?t=5401&page=2

https://www.cnccookbook.com/epoxy-granite-cnc-machine-fill/

http://www.cnczone.com/forums/benchtop-machines/61507-20-00-x2-belt-drive.html#post478434

http://www.mini-lathe.com/Mini_mill/projects/projects.htm

I have not yet had time to implement any of these :-(

hope these help
prof marvel

 49 
 on: Yesterday at 10:26:42 pm 
Started by mike454 - Last post by Buckaroo Lou
I certainly am no expert, but that is great looking, and it has all the features of what I believe to be an all USA parts USFA single action revolver. I have no idea which model it originally may have been but it certainly is an awesome looking firearm now.

 50 
 on: Yesterday at 10:05:08 pm 
Started by FuriousFritz - Last post by Abilene
Just an observation - I am of the opinion that the milled carrier in the picture in the first post is not SASS legal.  The side has been milled all the way to the top which will show with the action closed and therefore be an illegal external modification.

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