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Hunter stores

Originally I had intended to build the Hunter “Clean” without it’s underwing stores

However I have now decided to include the stores

So, first of all the fuel tanks are assembled… 11 more words

Model Making

A Photographic glimpse into the world of EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal)

The general public never get into the world of the EOD operator, for obvious reasons. Apart from the occasional controlled open days the operational areas are closed to all but the technicians and clearance staff. 233 more words


WW1 18 Pounder Shell Casing

Tonight we are looking at an eighteen pounder shell casing from the Great War:The eighteen pounder was the standard British field gun of WW1 and served from its introduction in 1904 until 1945. 205 more words

British Army

Easily Confused Words: Ordnance vs. Ordinance

Ordnance and ordinance are easily confused words.

The spell-check application of most word processing software programs would not catch a slip-up of these two words. Spell-check is looking for words that aren’t in its dictionary, and words that resemble words in its dictionary but are possibly spelled wrong. 179 more words

Easily Confused Words

VKS Bullpup Sniper Rifle Spotted At Interpolitex 2015

When this year’s Interpolitex wrapped up yesterday, it marked another occasion for the general public (in Moscow, at least) to ogle the latest weaponry and gadgets for Russia’s domestic security apparatus. 448 more words


30mm Rarden Round

Inert ammunition is always an interesting area of militaria collecting, today we are looking at one of my favourite pieces of ordnance, a 30mm Rarden Cannon shell: 428 more words

British Army