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Posted: 9/8/2010 6:35:53 PM EDT
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Thanks. lots of information in there.

One more reason to get a kindle or some sort of PDF reader.
Link Posted: 9/10/2010 10:57:30 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/10/2010 11:59:30 AM EDT
Originally Posted By AeroE:
Or a lap top, the pocket pc's are amazingly cheap.

Later I will add some other links from archive.org for other shooting related topics. I probably have 100 or more related to machining. Even though it's stuff that is largely obsolete for current production, there are tons of ideas about fixturing and special tooling that are useful to an amateur with a small shop. I'm all about stealing using good ideas and I don't care about their age.



So am I. I've looked at parts off of several old rifles, and thought to myself, "boy i'm glad I don't have to make those".
Link Posted: 9/11/2010 4:49:33 AM EDT
Originally Posted By AeroE:

Later I will add some other links from archive.org for other shooting related topics. I probably have 100 or more related to machining. Even though it's stuff that is largely obsolete for current production, there are tons of ideas about fixturing and special tooling that are useful to an amateur with a small shop. I'm all about stealing using good ideas and I don't care about their age.



please post more of the machining type deals

most of the useful stuff ive learned so far has come from books from the 40's and what not, back when radio was invented
Link Posted: 9/11/2010 5:02:35 AM EDT
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