Ing material I would like to recommend. A must is Cartridges of the World by Frank C. Barnes, published by DBI Books (4092 Commercial Avenue, Northbrook, IL 60062). This reference gives history and specifications for most old calibers. It is a must when trying to sort out which old cartridge your gun might be chambered for. For the lever action lover, there is The Winchester Lever Legacy by Clyde Williamson (3145 Church St., Zachary, LA 70791). Clyde gives firsthand experience on reloading for most of the obsolete model Winchesters. Also, there's the SPG Lubricant's BP Cartridge Reloading Primer (P.O. Box 761, Livingston, MT 59047) by myself and partner Steve Garbe. This is a 116-
Lawson, 1802 E. Columbia Ave., Tacoma, Wa. 98404 Church, New Zealand Herter's Inc., Waseca, Minn. 56093 Sanders Custom Gun Service, 2358 Tyler Lane, Louisville, Ky. 40205 Roy Schaefer, 965 W. Hillard Lane, Eugene,Ore 97402 Joe White, Box 8505, New Brighton, Christ Church, N.Z.
Sidney Hersch, Silver Spring, Md. Marvin H. Meekins, Falls Church, Ba. and Larry Shiller, Silver Spring, Md. assignors lo the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy Filed Aug. 1, 1952 Ser. No. 302,284 4 Claims (CL 89-1). (Granted under Title 35, U.S. Code (1952), sec. 266).
York showed it by persisting against heavy odds and great danger for as long as the situation required. Where did he get such valor In the early part of the war, York was a conscientious objector. lie said that he could die for his country, but that he could not bring himself to kill for it. His religion forbade killing, and his own experience showed the futility of fighting. After his father's death, York went hog-wild, as the saying goes. He drank and swore and gambled and fought and shot off his pistols almost at other men several times. His mother's patience and love finally won him to more reasonable behavior, and he later joined his local church. One of the tenets of that church is Thou shalt not kill even in war.
Roger Bacon describes black powder in his Concerning ike Mail) clous Power of Art and Nature, and Co7icer iing the Nullity of Magic (1252). This document was addressed by the author to a high official of the church and was written to defend himself against the charge that he had been devoting too much time to magic and the practice of black arts.
2,779,241 ELASTIC ACTION CANNON BORE SCAVENGER Willington R. Howard, Falls Church, Va., and Waldo Margulis, Albany, N. Y., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army Application June 18, 1954, Serial No. 437,894 11 Claims. (Cl. B9-1) Granted under Title 35, U.S. Code (1952), sec. 266).