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Retired engineer.Likes Colts of the 19th centuary andl likes restoring weapons specially the early revolvers.
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  1. SHOOTER13
    SHOOTER13 liked post by ALSS On thread : History of metals used in early firearms before 1850
    I found a series of articles which detail the history of metals used in firearms which I found to be very interesting, especially this one: Firearms History, Technology & Development: Metals Used in...
    Liked On: 11-16-2019, 12:55 PM
  2. MarkInTx
    MarkInTx liked post by ALSS On thread : Interesting bit of Americian History of thei US Patent Office 1836.
    This is a bit of early history of the great fire that destroyed the USA Patent Office in 1836 and their early records. I found this bit of research very interesting. This was around the time when...
    Liked On: 11-03-2019, 05:19 PM
  3. Spudee
    Spudee liked post by ALSS On thread : Interesting bit of Americian History of thei US Patent Office 1836.
    This is a bit of early history of the great fire that destroyed the USA Patent Office in 1836 and their early records. I found this bit of research very interesting. This was around the time when...
    Liked On: 11-03-2019, 03:20 PM
  4. ei8ht
    ei8ht liked post by ALSS On thread : Update
    When you wake up in the morning and your elbows don't touch wood it's another day, so cheer up, very best of luck with SIG. Keep on posting to us and let us know how you are with your new job and...
    Liked On: 11-03-2019, 01:08 AM
  5. cloverleaf
    cloverleaf liked post by ALSS On thread : The Americian Patent System and the great fire of December 15, 1836.
    Found this bit of information on the net about the American Patent System,see below. An important milestone in the story of the American Patent System is the Act of July 4, 1836, which set forth...
    Liked On: 10-02-2019, 09:32 PM
  6. Rick Bowles
    Rick Bowles liked post by ALSS On thread : Pocket knives - Jack knives
    Here are some pictures I took of my Hunter's Knife which was for use on percussion weapons. It incorporates several tools including two tools for use on percussion weapons, one a forked tool to...
    Liked On: 09-25-2019, 04:02 AM
  7. Signal_20
    Signal_20 liked post by ALSS On thread : Pocket knives - Jack knives
    Here are some pictures I took of my Hunter's Knife which was for use on percussion weapons. It incorporates several tools including two tools for use on percussion weapons, one a forked tool to...
    Liked On: 09-24-2019, 06:29 PM
  8. Soiltec53
    Soiltec53 liked post by ALSS On thread : Could this be Confederate Colt?
    Hi Looks a nice early Colt you have there, Is the arbour tapered back from the wedge slot? Your pictures looks like it is, can you confirm.
    Liked On: 08-30-2019, 09:26 AM
  9. SMLE1907
    SMLE1907 liked post by ALSS On thread : A day at the Armory
    Very interesting article that any new member should read if they want to know about Colt's past manufacture & history and not quite up to date with the latest made Colt arms. Hope you like it?...
    Liked On: 08-01-2019, 05:57 PM
  10. nghiggins
    nghiggins liked post by ALSS On thread : Two Colt percussion revolvers
    Hi Japle Rarely seen on the forum pictures that the revolver disassembled into its four component parts, and not having the flash on the camera being used. A collectable revolver but has been well...
    Liked On: 05-31-2019, 05:48 PM
  11. nghiggins
    nghiggins liked post by ALSS On thread : The use of machinery in gunmaking
    A BIT HISTORY OF MACHINERY IN GUN MAKING About 1797, Ely Whiney the owner of a cotton mills was one of the first to manufacturer machinery and gauges for most parts of a percussion guns and...
    Liked On: 05-31-2019, 05:26 PM
  12. joehaber
    joehaber liked post by ALSS On thread : The use of machinery in gunmaking
    A BIT HISTORY OF MACHINERY IN GUN MAKING About 1797, Ely Whiney the owner of a cotton mills was one of the first to manufacturer machinery and gauges for most parts of a percussion guns and...
    Liked On: 05-30-2019, 08:44 PM
  13. victorio1sw
    victorio1sw liked post by ALSS On thread : The use of machinery in gunmaking
    A BIT HISTORY OF MACHINERY IN GUN MAKING About 1797, Ely Whiney the owner of a cotton mills was one of the first to manufacturer machinery and gauges for most parts of a percussion guns and...
    Liked On: 05-30-2019, 08:25 PM
  14. Spudee
    Spudee liked post by ALSS On thread : The use of machinery in gunmaking
    A BIT HISTORY OF MACHINERY IN GUN MAKING About 1797, Ely Whiney the owner of a cotton mills was one of the first to manufacturer machinery and gauges for most parts of a percussion guns and...
    Liked On: 05-30-2019, 05:57 PM
  15. Fortibus55
    Fortibus55 liked post by ALSS On thread : A day at the Armory
    Very interesting article that any new member should read if they want to know about Colt's past manufacture & history and not quite up to date with the latest made Colt arms. Hope you like it?...
    Liked On: 05-30-2019, 10:48 AM
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