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    yeah we do that with the saddles and harness...

    yeah we do that with the saddles and harness too..but somebody would get an A$$ chewing for sure for not spreading out those tarps:mad: thats what they're for after all
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    Love the illustration Eli! had to copy that...and...

    Love the illustration Eli! had to copy that...and your Gaelic!! well mo chara I fear theres plenty left !:o
  3. Thread: knife sheath

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    well offhand the simplest way would be to take a...

    well offhand the simplest way would be to take a piece of cardboard and fold it around the blade and cut that closely around the blade outline to use as a pattern..then take your leather (from an...
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    Peter I just ran across this over on AC " The...

    Peter I just ran across this over on AC " The Landy Linsey Army Blanket Overcoat" looks interesting and fairly easy too http://ghti.homestead.com/Mississippicoatproject.pdf
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    Pete, heres what I did a few years ago..I had...

    Pete, heres what I did a few years ago..I had needed an overcoat for several years but had been doing without..I wanted to get a "higher end" federal coat and experiment with the walnut/natural...
  6. Thanks Ross!!..and yeah I was afraid of...

    Thanks Ross!!..and yeah I was afraid of "modernisms" in the piping problem I'll probably have to do my own, Ive covered motorcycle seats in leather and made my own welting there but I was hoping for...
  7. HELLO! all "sewers" a question on "piping" and logwood thread suppliers

    Hey folks..Ive had a few of these suppliers bookmarked in the past ..but with a puter crash and the C.R.S. syndrome..well lets just say Im without a clue..Ive done a lil searching without avail and...
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    For paper Ive had good luck using "curling...

    For paper Ive had good luck using "curling papers" for want of a better term?..they're used on womens hair curlers Im not sure if they're nitrated but they burn like it and usually leave no...
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    The 1st Va Cavalry wore a version with black...

    The 1st Va Cavalry wore a version with black piping early war but Im not sure if any survived
  10. Thread: Armi San Marco

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    Ive got an ASM 1860 Colt Army, and I must have...

    Ive got an ASM 1860 Colt Army, and I must have gotten a "good one" because its given nothing by great service (20 yrs live shooting and Reenactments) aside from replacing a couple of triggersprings (...
  11. http://http://images.google.com/imgres?q=Quantrell...

    http://http://images.google.com/imgres?q=Quantrells+flag&num=10&hl=en&biw=800&bih=403&tbm=isch&tbnid=sqCasorelUA2jM:&imgrefurl=http://www.rulen.com/partisan/2_qs.htm&docid=nmbTOHQV-VXBHM&imgurl=http:/...
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    Jas, I believe the "howitzers" listed were the...

    Jas, I believe the "howitzers" listed were the larger 12pd Field Howitzers" not the smaller shorter range "Mountain" variety.
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    Sam, I dont have it on this 'puter lost it in a...

    Sam, I dont have it on this 'puter lost it in a crash BUT Ive seen "modern" 4 piece design (that is farby and wasnt made ect) boots on some federal soldiers lounging around in a MOC pic. As I...
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    Sam I'll take the shirt if it is still...

    Sam I'll take the shirt if it is still available..sending you an email
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    yeah "one more hill"...which turned into...

    yeah "one more hill"...which turned into another..then another..then three more :mrgreen: would be good to take more dirt roads ! but the thing that leaps out at me is the dates..sure was nice...
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    And just as an aside..I saw his "expert" examine...

    And just as an aside..I saw his "expert" examine what even on the TV was clearly a McClellan saddle..without a clue as to what it was
  17. Millers Photographic History of the Civil War

    reprint of the 1911 edition as per original with gilt bindings and all pictures full size like new condition $120 shipping included email to vamick@yahoo.com
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    If you do decide to go the "do it yourself" route...

    If you do decide to go the "do it yourself" route here is what has worked for me in the past..dont laugh now! but find a table leg ( preferably off the table hey all I can say is it worked for me *L...
  19. Thread: letters

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    Im transcribing some now of one of my ancestors...

    Im transcribing some now of one of my ancestors and diffently digitise them! mine are on bitmap files which allows you to enlarge to the point where you can view individual letters which really come...
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  23. Forgot to add email me at vamick@yahoo.com

    Forgot to add email me at vamick@yahoo.com
  24. FS: Millers Photographic History of the Civil War in 10 volumes

    First printed in 1911, this is the hard cover reprint by The National Historical Society.
    Like the original, this edition from the National Historical Society is comprised of ten volumes. Comparable...
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    "BUT! Some trim can be a good thing, sometimes." ...

    "BUT! Some trim can be a good thing, sometimes."

    I agree with this too! it seems the pendulum swings between "dripping red firemen" and none at all.. Ive seen plenty images
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