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  1. CaptC

    Sling stud washer?

    Thank you all - Yet again PW helps out. I should have measure the diameter which is (Cornish measuring) approximately 1 cm
  2. Sling stud washer or stud wanted like the one in the photos - it’s a white plastic jobbie or suggestions please? The butt end stud is missing a washer and whoever fitted it tightened it too much Thanks.
  3. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    No sling stud - If I drilled the stock I would end up coming out the other side hence the 3d idea!
  4. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    That's more like it! Thanks
  5. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    Just looking at the bipod factory -----
  6. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    That'd the one! Thanks - just need a bipod now!
  7. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    Thanks will have a look!
  8. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    Thanks - I think its possible to buy an "add on" picatinny rail that attaches to the air cylinder.
  9. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    Thanks Gordon - I've got a tripod for "stalking" - I meant a bipod to fit the S410 Not in Cornwall!
  10. CaptC

    Which bipod?

    I'm looking for a lightweight bipod for a AA S410. Nothing with complicated "mechanics" - many thanks.
  11. CaptC

    Gamo GX 40

    Looking for a second hand Gamo GX 40 as recommended by oldypigeonpopper preferably .22 with all the bits please?
  12. CaptC

    What is it?

    Why ginger? Rumours gave started it might be for catching Cornish pixies Now that’s good! Just needs the monogram deciphering
  13. CaptC

    What is it?

    Can I just say thank you to all who have contributed to my question - I really appreciate the interest! There is no evidence looking inside the rim of there ever being a lid. Someone else suggested a Turkish style Cezve for hot coffee but the jury is still out as they say!
  14. CaptC

    What is it?

    Thank you - I could not find EPGS on my Google search - Incidentally, if the item was a measuring tool surely it would be marked as such? There are no markings in relation to contents
  15. CaptC

    What is it?

    Naval Grog was issued in (usually) copper utensils - I have contacted Hancocks who I believe, are now the owners of Carringtons. The monogram would give us the answer but haystacks and needles!
  16. CaptC

    What is it?

    Interesting but I cannot see this item on a ship - nor is it old enough. I would think it's circa the 1920's.
  17. CaptC

    What is it?

    Just measured the fluid contents - 10 fluid ozs or half a pint in Boris terms I think too big a measure for "grog" - also too well made!
  18. CaptC

    What is it?

    On my travels today I picked up this unusual tankard. The address on the bottom is 130 Regent Street which was Carrington &Co silver and jewellery makers. It’s stamped IBG with a Victorian crown above. EPGS AI The offset handle is rosewood or ebony. Height 4.25" The monogram is T H - is it a hunting cup or “jigger” that contained the stirrup cup? All answers appreciated. Thanks Capt C
  19. Wouldn't like to catch the barrels on that electric fence!
  20. Agree with ditchman - You need to take the stock right back to bare wood and start again. Raise the grain, sand, oil, repeat - it takes a long time.
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