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Featuring a 5-inch barrel, ivory grip, it has a blued finish and is complete with an original and rare period book casing with gold-embossed and red-leather covering titled "Colt's Pioneer to Civilization & Christianity." Accompanying accessories include a powder flask, tin of percussion caps, a packet of cartridges, bullet mold and turn screw. It is an impressive presentation.
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"For so long you hear people talking in pubs or they talk here and there and they talk about the gradual, the turn screw 'I would be happy to pay more for this that and the other' and there is a certain point where you say no.
Aussie cricket chief jumps to Ponting defence CA chairman says underfire skipper should be respected, but South Africa turn screw Cricket Australia chairman Jack Clarke has padded up and come out in defence of captain Ricky Ponting and chief selector Andrew Hilditch, despite their side facing the prospect of a whitewash at the hands South Africa.
A professor of urbanism at the University of Pennsylvania and the author of Home: A Short History of an Idea (1986), Rybczynski begins with a look at the cursory lexicographical attention routinely paid to the word screwdriver, proceeds in search of the origins of the tool earlier generations called turn screw, and then, perhaps more important, concentrates on the screw.
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You need flasks or horns for your powder, lead balls, patches, extra flints, a vent pick, jags, a worm for wayward patches, a ball puller and a turn screw to change flints in the field.
Niall McGinn - on for Maloney to turn screw but failed, 5.
The bag contained a pouch of round balls, patch material, lubricant such as beeswax for the patches, tallow or bear grease, a turn screw, extra flints in their own container, a flint striker and char cloth or some other kind of tinder for starting fires, and a priming horn.
The bigger driver has a "Jeweler's Spin Top" so you can turn screws in one handed.