i have a single barrel webbly & scott 12 guage 36 inch barrel gun...I need the tension plate,which gives tension to the hammer/firring pin.....is there any deytails of ditributer of this gun parts.I am in india.....i have relatives in london.....
Here's an update on my latest 3rd prototype that is convertible between being water cooled or air cooled in under a minute and showing it firing at the range.
Here's a video I just finished creating showing the evolution of my crank fire dress up kit prototypes versions 1 through 3. The first one is air cooled only. The second one is (truly) water cooled only. But my third prototype is convertible in under a minute to be either air cooled or (truly) water cooled (no fake water jackets here). I learned a lot making the first two, and my 3rd prototype incorporates new design changes that I learned from making the earlier ones. In the last several minutes of my video you will see my latest 3rd prototype crank firing (like a Gatling gun) at the range using the new GSG 110 rd drum mag and it's really spitting out the rounds. Hope you enjoy it. Bill Akins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSJi6rvNwIs&feature=youtu.be
Wondering if any one could help me I believe my grandad was rank leading seaman on tiptoe sadly his no longer with us I would love to find out any information maybe photos if possible I was very young when he past so never got to hear all of his storys his name is Gordon trainer. Many thanks for reading.
surly the goverment could have placed some orders to a company that had conttributed so heavly to the war effort and had the skills and knowhow to build submerines to aircraft and every thing inbetwwen what an asset that would have beenwhen the ressecion eased
And how about a new replica of the Webley MK IV, (.38/200-.38 S&W?, or a MK VI (.455)? Both they're statically excellent,. The barrel should be between 4-8 inches, for being more atractive to the users, due to its esthetics.
Hi Mike, My father served on this sub and I know for cert he was in Malta 61 - 64 . would be grateful if you could confirm this. His name was Alan Kitcatt as far as I know he ruined his sinuses on the escape drills and had to go to surface ships (went to HMS London)
I visited this cemetery and other cemeteries in lynchburg looking for grave site of Pinkerton ancestors in 2014. Could not find Thomas Mckenzie Pinkerton 1815-1903, but all cemeteries were in great shape. David E. Pinkerton, Pike Co. Oh.
26 Jan, 1885. General 'Chinese' Gordon, in command of the city of Khartoum, is killed when the Mahdists forces take the city. The British relief column enters the city 2 days later. The Mahdi displays Gordon's disembodied head as a symbol of his victory.