My new aviation blog

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  1. evangilder

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    I have started an aviation related blog titled "Musings of an aviation nut". Feel free to check it out at: Musings of an aviation nut

    I plan on doing a bit of blogging this year.
     
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    I'll check it out tonight - the internet nazis here have your link blocked
     
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    Sheesh, it's not porn or anything. Well, aviation porn, if you want to think of it that way. :evil4:
     
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    oohhhhhh, avaition porn!!!


    Will check it out, Eric!
     
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    Excellent Eric, you should link it to your website as well.

    There is a vBulletin application that allows members to make blogs around as well (could be an additional package as it adds a couple of things).
     
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    I just started playing with it this morning, and have a lot to learn about it. It's pretty cool so far. My website is link off my profile there, but I probably should link my website directly too. Great idea.
     
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    Realy wonderfull, Evanglider.
     
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    Great pics. Aviation porn...yeah. A lot of the aviation stuff I attempt to see gets blocked...pisses me off. Like I am doing something wrong.
    Ok...I vented LOL
     
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    Hi Eric,

    >Today, I posted something brand new, a little piece to help out the non-aviation media, the difference between a machine gun and a pitot tube.

    Ouch - I shouldn't be surprised your lesson is necessary, but it still hurts ;)

    To get very technical - wouldn't the A6M have the machine guns in the cowl and the cannon in the wings? If I remember Tony's teachings correctly, the Oerlikon copies used by the Japanese Navy were advance primer ignition guns which by design were unsuitable for synchronization, so they would have to be carried outside the propeller disk.

    Regards,

    Henning (HoHun)
     
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