Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Broomfield, Colorado
Thanks very much for posting those photos, Spuddy. It certainly looks strong enough and the height is perfect; I think it would serve very well to support your British Seacoast Gun. It's more attractive than a simple plywood box; maybe Mike and I would be better served if we took a look at some of the antique shops close by.
"I don't know about the rest of you, but talking and planning, then watching M&T at work, gets me a bit excited about this project, again." Double D. wrote this about our efforts.
He has figured out the height to foot print data on the gun dislay table with a little help from Zulu. Although there are not many visible activities going on at Seacoast yet, with Mike's immersion in all the paper work requirements related to his mom's passing recently, but he says within two weeks we will be up and running again.
GLS, We cannot see the table of which you wrote, could you re-post it please? Don't fret, keep on looking as we will be doing too. I think almost any stand or table would be better looking than a large box.
If YOU have an idea, please post it here. This topic is Directly related to 10" 18 Ton Gun making.
Mike & Tracy
Smokin my pipe on the mountings, sniffin the mornin cool,
I walks in my old brown gaiters along o my old brown mule,
With seventy gunners beind me, an never a beggar forgets
Its only the pick of the Army that handles the dear little pets - Tss! Tss!
From the poem Screw-Guns by Rudyard Kipling
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