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St. Maarten, Neth. Antilles

Collect antique weapons & shoot them. Mail: fauxpasunltd@gmail.com

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Admiral Rodney Medallion - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Dutch Xmas tree-SXM - Art Glassin Art Glass
Update on 1/5 scale 6 pdr cannon - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
6 pdr. 1/5 scale - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
My study of St. Maarten wildlife 
NAME THAT BURGEE/COURTESY FLAG - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Jamaican driver's lic.- 1970's - Paperin Paper
I'm back with mo junk ! - Lampsin Lamps
Apres Irma - Clocksin Clocks
What's this white sh*t ? - Photographsin Photographs

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  1. That would be even better, but not practical for flying. Motorcycle helmet for sure.
  2. Now, there's a beautiful knife !
  3. Pyrite is very weakly attracted to magnetism, so your experiment is probably not accurate.
  4. Probably iron pyrite, but can't tell by pictures.
  5. Might be interesting in a wet T-shirt contest.
  6. BB2 was here
  7. There are several ways I've found to clean off rust without hurting the metal. Cut a small piece off of those green scouring pads & use it with a light oil. When the oil gets dirty, wipe it off and ap...
  8. You dun good + !
  9. BB2 was here. A really beautiful piece, in both meanings. LOL !
  10. The reverse curve of the blade is so that it isn't in the war while loading a muzzleloader. This is for the 1853 or 1856 English Enfield rifle, cal. .577. Many Enfields were sold to the Confederates, ...
  11. BB2 was here
  12. Sounds like a fun game for us with good memories. Now, what were we talking about? Hey, it is Sunday ?
  13. Didn't know they had Crazy Glue back then ! He is rather dull study.
  14. Beginnings of the RPG.
  15. A few had to be reminded to take them off before burning them.
  16. What are the markings on the blade ?
  17. Not shooting them Anything, but - - - . I don't want to get banned. Let's just say, interesting, but attach strings. LOL !!
  18. Reminds me of a yacht groupie that lived with me. Actually, maybe a composite of a lot of them that have lived with me ! LMAO !!
  19. I'm thinking WWI German.
  20. Ping pong balls are cheaper. LOL !
  21. Careful what you wish for. LOL !
  22. BB2 was here, - again
  23. Jack is your 1st name ? Hope your last name isn't Sh*t. LMAO !!
  24. Not convinced on either. The end of a trowel is rounded for finishing mortar joints & using a separate tool would be troublesome & slow work. I have an OLD Sears cotterpin remover and it is like a sc...
  25. SpiritBear was right on about the age. You found a winner, unless you bought it for $3K. LOL !
  26. So the straight edge is sharp. Then it could be used as a machete when holding the grip closest to the blade & a saw when holding the perpendicular handle. That makes it a bush clearing tool. Sure doe...
  27. I have seen these, but can't remember what it's for. Senility has it's advantages. I just don't remember what they are ! Probably come to me around 3:AM ! Was it whipping lead for body repairs ?
  28. "Cork Jackets" & reference to saving lives in ship wrecks, also supports my mention of seaman's chests.
  29. Now, that, I never would have thought of !!
  30. Neat thing to collect. Regret that I didn't think about it yrs. ago. "K-cup"?
  31. I think that it has N.O. on it would make it a scarce bottle.
  32. Hey, we have some weird humour at times here on CyberAsylum, er - CW. I live in the Caribbean & know J.S. about saws ! LOL ! Welcome & try to take us with a grain of salt. If this were military, it wo...
  33. Mon, me not know nut'n bout no blud'clot saws ! LOL ! We'll, me thinks it's a crosscut blade.
  34. Yeah Anything. I'm hoping saw-set season is over !
  35. Another one to keep me from sleep !
  36. BB2 was here
  37. My summary: Makes a good shot glass . LOL !
  38. Yeah, that can be a B ! Bon chance on that.
  39. Was Nixon's theme song, Burning Bridges ?
  40. I would say seaman's chest.
  41. Been awhile. You been hiding from us, or me ? LOL !
  42. I'm not sure there was a basic design to begin with ! LOL !
  43. Had some nice old boat blocks, but not like this.
  44. Your artist put what looks like a shako rather than a crown on Richard. That changed the whole concept for me.
  45. I think there is a lot of artistic-license here. The hat style has been used in many western world regiments. I guess the style probably came originally from Prussia in the early to mid-18th century, ...
  46. BB2 was here
  47. This a real winner !
  48. I agree Bobby, but I woke up confused. LOL
  49. Fantastic ! Send it to me, prepaid, & I will do a free appraisal.
  50. Sorry, but I still see a river-rock. Just trying to be honest.
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