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  1. Parking on the side of the road, I've fitted an simple keyed ignition switch in the ignition circuit. if left for longer periods I remove the steering wheel if longer still, I remove the rotor arm, battery, and sometimes one or two the wheels to be stored elsewhere
  2. Attended last years event at North Weald. Was a really enjoyable day and well worth making the effort
  3. Thefollowing extracts are from the home office Guide on Firearms Licensing Law April 2016. I suggest that anyone fromoutside the UK should not attempt to bring deactivated weapons as they arelikely to have trouble if inspected at the border. EU Firearms Deactivation Regulation 2.21 An EU ImplementingRegulation establishing common guidelines on deactivation standards andtechniques for ensuring that deactivated firearms are rendered irreversiblyinoperable will come into force on 8 April 2016. This places a new level ofstandard for deactivating firearms across the EU. The new standards sh
  4. Responce from Catherine Bearder MEP................ Dear Constituent, Thank you for your email about possible changes to firearms regulation in the European Union (EU). The European Commission has recently announced two sets of proposals about firearms. Firstly, on 2nd December the Commission adopted a package of measures to step up the fight against terrorism and the illegal trafficking of firearms and explosives. Although I would welcome more details on the plans, I am minded to support these proposals. However, there are also plans announced in November that are more
  5. The BASC now have a terrific link to an auto generating email to all your local MPs regarding the proposed EU Firearms Directive change fiasco. The body text of the email is very shooter/hunter biased but you can make as many changes as you want (to include deactivated firearms, re-enacting and airsoft hobbies for example) but if you don't want to make changes that is okay too. Main thing is that as many emails get sent to these MPs as possible http://e-activist.com/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1979&ea.campaign.id=47315
  6. How many photos of dingos in service do the RCA museum have? might be interested in a swap photos for a rotor....I have a few spare. does it need to be the Rev limiter type I also have the fixed alternative cheers 'Singe' http://www.daimler-fighting-vehicles.co.uk/
  7. Any chance a posting something generic here that we all can use as a basis of our own assesmnent? thanks singe
  8. Here a thread with photos of em http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.php?46928-WW2-British-Airbourne-Handcart-wheels&p=425323#post425323 im in Dartford Kent.
  9. I've got two airborne wheels if these are of any use
  10. What happens if you give the fuel pump a few squeezes with the priming lever? does that not push a few more drops of fuel past the valve
  11. Rick are these you new helpers? http://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Auxiliary_Territorial_Service#/image/File:Auxiliary_Territorial_Service_(ATS)_women_working_on_a_Churchill_tank_at_a_Royal_Army_Ordnance_Corps_depot,_10_October_1942._H24517.jpg
  12. Just to clarify. with my carb fitted and plugs and timing reset it had a very crisp throttle response with no hesitancy what'soever. with the original carb, it. accelerated but more sluggishly and appeared to have a flat spot from low rev acceleration. Swapped my float bowl (where most of the jets live) and made of noticeable difference. After changing the seal in the carb top and replacing the original float bowl things were better but still not as good as my carb. However drove it down the lane quite easily and as final test pulled away from a standing start in 4th ge
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