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    Yesterday, 10:38 PM
    When I built my bench way back in 1995 I set it up with bread boards that slide into a series of slots in the front edge of the bench, a very similar system to what blind shooter uses. I have enough presses that I can have a separate press...
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    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    I agree. I have had the same problem as #2, only with 222 cases. Unscrewing the die would allow the extractor to get a grip and eventually pull the case out, it worked though it was a slow process. I have a set of 310 handles that are made for...
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    03-30-2020, 05:22 PM
    Is there a screw on the left side to lock the sprue plate pivot screw? I cannot quite tell from the picture. If not, then it is an original Ideal, 1st gen mould made prior to 1902.
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    03-30-2020, 09:55 AM
    As an old, and retired Bullseye shooter, that is one nice gun. I would love to own it, but like I said retired and money don't go together. It's an excellent example of the early days of Bullseye shooting when the only good guns were reworked...
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    03-29-2020, 10:29 PM
    It's pre 1926 production.
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    03-29-2020, 06:30 PM
    LUBEDUDE replied to a thread USGI sea stories in Our Town
    Great stories. I not only hate coffee, I hate the smell as well. It makes me nauseous, thus I absolutely refuse to make it. Probably why I’m not married anymore.
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    03-29-2020, 12:57 PM
    Flying Monkey you have an idea and I have just that sort of neighbor. I will have to explore that option.
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    03-28-2020, 01:49 PM
    Minerat, that is where I was going, In think this project is going to fill a terabyte disk easily. It's also going to create a need for secure file back-up that I need to think about.
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    03-28-2020, 01:47 PM
    Very good question and the answer is a bit expensive. There are scanners that have software to flatten the image, these are made especially for books, they work mostly OK. Or you have to fabricate a "V" device to place the book in, hold the...
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    03-28-2020, 12:33 PM
    After some thought I decided against having a shop scan them. Many, many of the pages were stapled together before punching for the binder. Thus, there is a lot of hand work. I called Canon late yesterday and ordered the model referenced in the...
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    03-27-2020, 06:57 PM
    There are 5 different models, for those who weren't born yet and then old guy, Preacher Jim:grin:
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    03-27-2020, 05:42 PM
    Good advise, I think I'll check with my favorite print shop before I hit send with an order to Canon.
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    03-27-2020, 10:50 AM
    Dapaki you are on to it. I have an idea to scan each binder into a single big PDF. I can make it available on line or offline easily. My major concern is scanner life cycle. I don't want to burn up three or four units getting through this,...
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    03-26-2020, 10:40 AM
    I have one like that, It has a nut brazed to the frame allowing a slightly larger set screw to be used. It is not factory pretty, but it works well. I got it years ago from a cranky older gentleman who could be very short on patience with his...
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    03-26-2020, 10:33 AM
    I need ideas and now is the time to work on this project. How to copy, catalog and store information. Looking at the attached picture shows the scope of the problem. 4 shelves, 6 feet long, 24 feet total of e-mail correspondence that needs to...
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    03-25-2020, 09:04 PM
    I bought my first 550 in ‘86 and immediately kicked myself for not getting one sooner. Then as I became very active in IPSC and later CAS I was going through tons of pistol Ammo. I bought my first 1050 in ‘05 and beat myself up for not getting one...
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