241 said:Then they would be 2 of the only ones out there, they wouldn't happen to be the guns used by the local engineers for salutes would they, if so that could explain the fact they are serviceable a: required for a national task (salutes) b: hardly ever driven therefore not as much wear.
Congratulations, but according to the briefing we got from our CO based on the Arty CO's brief he received, they are using C3s now weather you prefired a few that are going out and there are going to be some C3's as well or perhaps could the guns you checked be the ones leased to the BC government (or who ever it is) that thy fire from garage like buildings? Also C1s and C2s both have short barrels, far as I remember the only difference was the trails, but you know that you prefired them.
rampage800 said:Easy Cdn Aviator
While I don't support some of CombatBuddhas terminology you could probably see why he got a little upset.
CDN Aviator said:You have succesfuly showed him that you are an idiot....good job !
combatbuddha said:Right, thanks for that. Just trying to fit in.
combatbuddha said:Nope, I don't use them, just fix them, competently.
I'm not the AVCON SME and never claimed that either. I couldn't recite a bearing or elevation as I have never been at that job, and I don't think I ever claimed that I had. I do think that I am rather skilled at fixing them and take some pride in my work.
My nickname here relates to my religious beliefs. As for the spare tire, yup, it's here and fully inflated.
rampage800 said:They are indeed C1s in the Rogers Pass, just in case anyone was still wondering ;D