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1 hour ago, janice6 said:

Great minds!

 

Always stand behind a large heavy object when you are dragging it uphill.  Your body might, I say might, slow it down just a little if it breaks loose and falls backwards.

It's easier to use more cables for safety than to replace the people involved.  

They didn't have OSHA back then, the guys in the back were the wheel chocks of the time.

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I have to assume that that is for use as a club or like brass knuckles after the gun is empty...…….  


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A rare photo taken inside Acme’s manufacturing facility. 

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1 hour ago, Eric said:

A rare photo taken inside Acme’s manufacturing facility. 

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You would be amazed how expensive those can be

 

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10 minutes ago, Dric902 said:

 

You would be amazed how expensive those can be

 

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Oh, I don’t doubt it. 

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I always lusted for a decent anvil, but I finally had to settle for a heavy machine weight.  It's a rectangular block of steel Around 3" x 4" x 14" (guessing) with about a 2 inch hole in one end.  Heavy, but minimally serviceable as something to pound on.

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2 hours ago, Eric said:

A rare photo taken inside Acme’s manufacturing facility. 

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But where’s the Coyote?

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My son has apprenticed as a blacksmith. I gave him my grandfathers tools and got him a forge but an affordable anvil is tough to find.  

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34 minutes ago, Brown Hawk said:

But where’s the Coyote?

 Hawk 

I believe Acme is a mail-order establishment. If I remember correctly, the Roadrunner works as a delivery driver for them, part time. I always thought that was a bit of a conflict of interest. 

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20 hours ago, Eric said:

I’m trying to figure out what the hell they are doing in that pic and why those two dumbasses are standing behind the car. 

The guys in the car are believers. The guys behind the car are committed.

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17 hours ago, janice6 said:

I have to assume that that is for use as a club or like brass knuckles after the gun is empty...…….  

Yeah, because "if 7 rounds of .45 ACP don't stop 'em you can beat 'em up".  ;)

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17 hours ago, Dric902 said:

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Wow! 14 BMGs - no waiting!

It's my understanding that that entire nose unit forward of the prop line could be swapped out  in a couple of hours. i.e., they could keep a spare mag for quick reloads.

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11 hours ago, Brown Hawk said:

But where’s the Coyote?

 Hawk 

Under #495.

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17 hours ago, Eric said:

A rare photo taken inside Acme’s manufacturing facility. 

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