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Old February 5th, 2018, 09:04 AM #111
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The welding wire , was the guy heating up thin metal with a blow torch? If so, unless there is something new, this stuff has been around for decades, the key is that it tends to only work on thin stuff. Itís a kind of solder


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Old February 5th, 2018, 09:27 AM #112
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The welding wire , was the guy heating up thin metal with a blow torch? If so, unless there is something new, this stuff has been around for decades, the key is that it tends to only work on thin stuff. Itís a kind of solder


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I like to think that there's a tool for every job. This welding wire, does the little jobs very well. Then we have Norton to do the heavy work.

It would seem that the seller of this wire must have had a good weekend. Sometimes it's about having what people THINK they want.

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Old February 5th, 2018, 09:49 AM #113
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It is holding together some old drawer handles , but it looks pretty rough . I also need to age the white metal again with some acid .
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If anybody got any of the LE trade Wingmaster from South Carroll, I think I found the department where some of them came from. I googled the serial number on mine and found an inventory list from a wholesaler listing inventory from what I believe is the Mississippi Bureau of Narcodics. If your gun has an LE marking like “BDE-19” this is probably where it came from.

https://srm.magic.ms.gov/SAP/EBP/DOC...GUN%20LIST.PDF

Here’s the bid form from the same wholesaler, there were 31 shotguns from this department:

https://srm.magic.ms.gov/SAP/EBP/DOC...IDFORMFY17.XLS
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If anybody got any of the LE trade Wingmaster from South Carroll, I think I found the department where some of them came from. I googled the serial number on mine and found an inventory list from a wholesaler listing inventory from what I believe is the Mississippi Bureau of Narcodics. If your gun has an LE marking like ďBDE-19Ē this is probably where it came from.

https://srm.magic.ms.gov/SAP/EBP/DOC...GUN%20LIST.PDF

Hereís the bid form from the same wholesaler, there were 31 shotguns from this department:

https://srm.magic.ms.gov/SAP/EBP/DOC...IDFORMFY17.XLS
Thats cool, i think there may still be one left marked like that.
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