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  1. Steven c
    06-18-2017 10:53 PM
    Steven c
    Oh, and I have to be clear and say the photo page of SN's is from Legacy Tom's site, and not taken by me. I didn't have the new volume of Steve's book and Tom was selling a PP numbered on the same page. The PP and That picture is owned and own taken by me.
  2. Steven c
    06-18-2017 10:51 PM
    Steven c
    Oh, and I have to be clear and say the photo page of SN's is from Legacy Tom's site, and not taken by me. I didn't have the new volume of Steve's book and Tom was selling a PP numbered on the same page. The PP and That picture is owned and own taken by me.
  3. Steven c
    06-18-2017 10:26 PM
    Steven c
    Bottom of the page first column. Let me know if you can see the link
  4. Steven c
    06-18-2017 10:23 PM
    Steven c
    One try at a time
  5. Steven c
    06-18-2017 10:15 PM
    Steven c
    Just additionally the Walther magazine I was looking for is for a WW2, SS gun. It would take a wall of text to explain how I know. But I newer book out by the author that seen it on line after I found it asked if he could add the serial number to SS updated PP&PPK book. If interested I could try to send a picture by PM if not maybe email?
  6. Mslilypad
    Your bread did rise very high. I think I would use a Pullman pan which is longer. Also I believe the directions stated to set the pan on the foil and bring it up and above the pan. Then staple the corners to make it snug. I just sent for the book. Your bread looks nice good and light. Just what I have been striving for. I have made so many door stops. Maybe you could cut the baking powder in half but I think a larger pan would help.

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