I'll go look, thanks. But I suspect most of those big numbers are for resto-mods running cutting edge crate motors, swapped running gear, exotic...
And here I thought maybe you had an original Jackson Pollock to retire on.
"Number 14 Gray":
Forgive me, but I can learn something here about score. I count 6 bullet holes on the paper, with two nearly concentric. Could you explain...
I'll say this about the S&W forum, if you are looking for information about an old Smith wheelgun you might have, those guys eat, drink, and sleep...
Ha ha. That reminds me of the late '80s, before the WWW took off, when all Internet forums were text on Usenet. I got active on rec.guns (where I...
Don't I know it.
Sundance: "You just keep thinkin', Butch. That's what you're good at."
I uniform pockets, but not to produce some specific seating depth. I seat by feel, using the venerable (discontinued) round Lee Auto Prime thumb...
That might take a while. :confused:
Yes! on the 3D printing, but getting that behind you is a whole 'nother odyssey.
Kind of like wanting a cherry '57 Chevy. If you buy a tired one it'll cost you $150k to restore it properly and take a year or three. Or you can...
It's called "recycling", something Hollywood now clings to for dear life (with a few notable exceptions.)
My old Peterson Field Guide Mammals says of the antelope jackrabbit's economic status:
"An average of 8 rabbits will eat as much as 1 sheep; 41...
Newick's book was published in 1989, the same year the World Wide Web was invented, and thus a little early for modern self-publishing.
Never encountered antelope jacks. In my region we have only blacktail and whitetail jacks. But we do have many whitetail antelope squirrels. What...
I haven't read that, but it can't be any harder to read than Glenn Newick's book. His publisher (Stoeger) either didn't copy edit manuscripts, or...
Thanks. Is the steady rest stationary or does it traverse the piece along with the cutting head? I'm sure I can find a photo or diagram somewhere....
Toby, that ain't Eastern Oregon. Arizona?
I'm not a 'smith or machinist. You mentioned bow in the barrel. It occurred to me: When boring or turning a barrel, any lathe or boring machine...
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