GrauGeist
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GrauGeist

Well-Known Member, 54, from Redding, California

Mean Bastard Aug 1, 2016

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    1. GrauGeist
      GrauGeist
      Mean Bastard
    2. N4521U
      N4521U
      Do you know oCheers, Billf any members in the San Francisco area?
      That doesn't make any sense at all. I meant......
      Do you know of any members in the San Francisco area?
      Cheers, Bill
      Note to self, keep hands away from cursor pad when typing!
      1. GrauGeist
        GrauGeist
        No, unfortunately I don't.
        I personally know three forum members (all from Redding) and I know there's quite a few further south - but none from the Bay Area.
        Jul 24, 2016
      2. N4521U
        N4521U
        Bugger, Redding is too far North, I lived ther in the late '70s. Looking for guidance for hobby shops in the Bay Area. Been many years since I have shopped there. Will be there next Monday. Thanks, Bill
        Jul 26, 2016
      3. GrauGeist
        GrauGeist
        Perhaps give a shout out in the vacation thread, one of the SFO members might see it and steer you in the right direction?
        Jul 26, 2016
    3. Shortround6
      Shortround6
      Actually many of the US interwar fighter aircraft were "fitted" to take one .30 and one .50 cal guns. How many actually were I don't know.
      1. GrauGeist
        GrauGeist
        I am so sorry for just now seeing this...I never got a notification!
        In regards to your question, here's a list of accepted types that had the .30/.50 cowl setup prior to 1939.
        Army Types:
        Boeing P-26
        Navy types:
        Brewster F2A-1 (changed to 2x.50 for production)
        Curtiss BF2C
        Grumman F3F
        There's quite a few that had a blend of .30 (cowl) and .50 (wings), too.
        Jun 30, 2016
    4. Wurger
      Wurger
      Again THX for the recent Like !!!!
    5. Wurger
      Wurger
      THX for the recent Like! :D
    6. FlyingScot II
      FlyingScot II
      hi...you ref your uncle rescuing personnel including Japn aircrew in WWII while on submarines. Do you know his sub name and service time? I am trying to do a list of aviators (504) rescued by US Subs in WWII. That is the first I have heard of Japanese aircrews (US subs did take a few POWs if possible during the war)
    7. GrauGeist
      GrauGeist
      bdonivan,

      Your message is deleted. I could care less what your beef is, since I am not directly involved.

      Do not post to me again.

      Seriously.
    8. Redbeard
      Redbeard
      Sup cupcake? Eating a big fatty steak and loving life. How bout you?
    9. German Ace
      German Ace
      I really like your sig :)
    10. Aaron Brooks Wolters
      Aaron Brooks Wolters
      Dave, thank you for all the help on my siggy. Much appreciated!!:thumbright:
    11. otftch
      otftch
      You told me how to change photos to JPG but I can't get it to work that way.Is there any other ?
      Ed
    12. B-17engineer
      B-17engineer
      Wow thanks so much! It looks pretty much the same!!
    13. B-17engineer
      B-17engineer
      Hi GG! I have a P-40 i'm doing for a group build and had a quick question. I have a panel to the right of the pilot with a crank.... I was curious if you knew what it was....

      Thanks!
    14. B-17engineer
      B-17engineer
      Did you see my Opel Blitz that I finished? hehe
    15. Redbeard
    16. wheelsup_cavu
      wheelsup_cavu
      I must have missed the ones early this morning.
      On Thursday someone had put Google ads and links all over the site.
      I thought since they were Google ads they might have been legit to help pay for the site maintenance.
      The one that stuck out was one for Obama's, "Mothers back to school" program.
    17. wheelsup_cavu
      wheelsup_cavu
      Hi GG, Did I miss some news about ads beings added to the site ?


      Wheels
    18. Redbeard
      Redbeard
      damn man, you are always here no matter when I log on
    19. Redbeard
      Redbeard
      bet this will work
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    Oct 21, 1962 (Age: 54)
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    Occupation:
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