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Nice work Groovy, I was unfamiliar with the 'flamed' thing until now, hmmmmm……….
Thanks, I have some cousins who are/were in the retail shoe business in a few cities over there. I worry for them too.
here's an interesting aside:
We're a family of late breeders.
My mother's father, George Wales, was conscripted into the last(?) Boer War whilst...
Yeah for sure but I think that was the indians not the arrows :0
" Luna Rossa" by Prada. There are a couple of others in the line, 'Sport", "carbon" & "Black" I think but stick with the original.
A nice little gold plated Longines:
on a very finely made stunning dark brown shiny band.
I keep trying to decide between A No.1A in 7x57 and one in .303...........consequently I haven't bought either one!
Thanks for the input Mr.A. I'll try a little more research.
The character Devereux has this 'thing' :
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on the left lapel of at least two of his suit jackets in the movie -...
The work of modern firearm engraver Michael Dubber:
Ce bébé français doux n'a jamais eu de crotte de nez dans sa vie!
Thanks Bob, I'd forgotten about Tilley's. I'll see if they have something that will work. Forgot to mention that it'll need to be washed pretty...
I'm an old but still active tennis player. My dermatologist has given me the hard word concerning pre cancerous ear grunge.
I have already...
Those Wilson chequered front straps are awesome :
Looks fab. Bob! - more details when you can, caliber etc.
Aaaah - good work, fooled me!
Could you please give a few more details of the pistol....looks like it may have had an interesting life so far!
Good to have you dmark.
I had no idea that they were made so late ....wow.
Crikey....is that 195X number the date of manufacture....or something else ?