Interesting snippet in the news tonight.
"Former chief of defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance is facing allegations of inappropriate...
(136) Turret Two Lecture - YouTube
Fascinating - does not delve into the 'personality' issues.
It's an hour and a half long - well worth the watch as it focuses on the technical issues related to the explosion.
Up for grabs in case anyone is interested -
Deactivated Lanchester SMG - comes with 2x STEN magazines and a mag loading tool. Bolt is welded in place, but the action does open as per the photo.
Live Norinco M14S -this is one of the early 1990's imports I think. ...
In case anyone is interested, I've been asked to help a family clear up their father's gun collection.
I've got a De-activated Bren gun (Inglis, 1943) up for grabs - Asking $2200 - contact me for additional detail and photos.
Also, a live Winchester Garand in the 1.2M serial number range -...
I seem to recall there being a policy about units not using 'survey monkey' for conducting surveys...is there a link on DWAN that someone could provide me?
Yes, I've done a search on here, and on DWAN but to no avail. Many hits, no policy detail.
In case any of you are heading to CAFSAC 2019, here's my annual update to the Service Rifle Match Booklet.
Version 11.0 - this is the 11th year I've been doing this up and distributing it.
I won't be there, alas, but good luck and good shooting to all who will be in attendance!
Figured I'd offer it up here first - if any of you are interested, I have a deactivated MK 3 STEN that is surplus to my collection needs. T[/color]his came as a package deal with a Mortar that I got, and I already have a Canadian Mk 2 STEN in my collection, so, up it goes.
Up for grabs - A 185 series Ruger Mini 14.
Comes with 3x 5 rd factory magazines (with 3D printed extension baseplates) and 1x 5x30 (pinned) Thermold style magazine. As can be seen, I have what I believe is the factory scope mount with side-plate and thumb-screw, as well as a Bushnell 4-12...
Rifle appears to have had a round fired in it that was loaded using a Dillon 650 press that didn't have the pistol powder properly cleared out before they started loading rifle ammo.
Here's my explanation:
"I'm guessing that the left side intubulator was mi-aligned with the bindle-rotor, and...
This evening, I was mucking about with a couple of things and ended up on the path of looking at some WWI Trench maps, through the McMaster University Archive:
Looking at maps, then discovered aerial photos...