Home Made Ground Blinds

home made ground blinds

home made ground blinds - Klein 11055

Klein 11055 Klein-Kurve Wire Stripper/Cutter, Blue

Klein 11055 Klein-Kurve Wire Stripper/Cutter, Blue

11055 Model Code: AA (part# 11055) This item features: -Precision shear-type blades for clean cuts on solid and stranded copper wire. -Easy to read markings on both sides. -Overall Length: 7 1/8 in. -Price is for 1 Each. Model Code Model Description AAStrips Solid Wire:10 AWG [Min], 18 AWG [Max], Strips Stranded Wire:12 AWG [Min], 20 AWG [Max], Handle Color:Blue/Yellow, Wt.:0.34 lb ABStrips Solid Wire:20 AWG [Min], 30 AWG [Max], Strips Stranded Wire:22 AWG [Min], 32 AWG [Max], Handle Color:Blue/Red, Wt.:0.32 lb

The Klein Tools Klein-Kurve Wire Stripper and Cutter handles 10-18 AWG Solid Wire and 12-20 AWG Stranded Wire. It features wire looping and bending holes, a strong-gripping serrated nose to easily shape or pull wire, and a closure lock for easy storage. A coil spring lets you quickly open this tool, and the curved handles with double-dipped comfort grips give you the flexibility to reach tight areas.

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1913 Braggs Lane St Judes Bristol BS2

1913 Braggs Lane St Judes Bristol BS2

Braggs Lane 1913 - The building in the centre of the picture was opened in June 1913 in politically incorrect times as the Guild for Brave poor things and was established to help blind and crippled people old or young - At the opening ceremony the Bishop of Bristol modestly remarked that 'they have done more to raise the standard and tone of the district than I have done in my time by putting this beautiful building here' - It changed its name a few year's later to the Guild of the Handicapped and by 1936 was known as Guild Heritage House.

The road today is now a feature of the one-way system from Old Market - The former Guild House is now the Easton area council office.

The church Stands in what used to be the old bullring down Bull Paunch Lane.

It was originally constructed in the 1840s and like many of the other inner city parishes there were a considerable number of poor people. Every Christmas a dinner of roast beef and plum pudding was given for them. In December 1859 'upwards of 400' sat down to this meal at the New School Rooms 'taking care to supply the sick at their homes, selecting those who were the most regular at Divine Service'.

In the 'Religious Census' carried out by the Western Daily Press on October 30th 1881 88 people were present at Morning Service and 176 at Evening Service, but there were two other services that day where the numbers were not counted.

The church was reopened on 12th October 1884 after a thorough renovation. The work had been done to the design of Mr E Henry Edwards, architect, of Clare Street. There was a new wooden dado and the font, pulpit and corbels of the nave had been cleaned of years of whitewash. The east and west windows were filled with Cathedral and Venetian glass. The walls were almost completely covered with 'flowing conventional decorations of various colours upon a ground of a light stone colour'. There were scrolls bearing the words 'deus est caritas' amongst these, plus a frieze around the walls under the wallplate with scrolls bearing the words 'sanctus, sanctus, sanctus' and 'alleluia'. The panelled ceiling had been divided into medallions. The new Brussels carpet was presented by members of Christ Church, City.

In 1903 the churchwardens were Henry C Boswell and W J Mixen. The organist was Ernest Bruton and the caretaker was J Lewis.

The church was made redundant in the 1990s.

Home made Bakewell Tart

Home made Bakewell Tart

500g pack of Jus-Rol™ Frozen All Butter Shortcrust Pastry – thawed
3-4 tbsp. good quality raspberry jam
125g / 5oz unsalted butter – softened
125g/5oz ground almonds
125g/5oz caster sugar
3 eggs
1tsp. vanilla essence
30g gen. 1oz blanched almonds – cut into long ‘slivers’
Icing sugar for dredging
Preheat oven to 200?C (180?C for fan assisted ovens) 400?F/Gas M 6
1. Roll out pastry to line a 23cm/9” flan ring or case. Bake blind (see step by step instructions on
baking blind).
2. Meanwhile combine the butter, sugar and almonds and then beat in the eggs and vanilla essence.
3. Once the pastry is just cooked but not too brown, remove from oven, spread base with jam and allow to cool for 5 minutes. Meanwhile lower oven temperature to 190?/375?/ Gas M 5
4. Then spread almond mixture evenly over the jam and scatter over the slivered almonds. Return to oven and bake for 25 – 30 minutes until the filling is golden brown and set in the middle. You can tell this by gently shaking the tin and if the filling appears to ‘wobble’ then return to oven. If the top is getting too brown then lower temperature by a further 10?.
5. Serve warm or cold, sprinkled with icing sugar.

home made ground blinds

home made ground blinds

L. S. Starrett SFS-54447 1/2 Inch x 4 Inch x 36 Inch Long Ground Flat Stock, Series 496 AISI O1 Oil Hardening Made of dimensionally stable chromium

Made of dimensionally stable chromium, tungsten, vanadium electric furnace tool steel. Low 1,450 - 1,500 hardening range makes this steel easy to harden. Vanadium content assures fine grain and high toughness. Fully speroidized annealed for uniform carbide size and easy machining. Each piece is individually wrapped and clearly marked with size, analysis and correct hardening and tempering information. Other sizes and types of flat stock are available. Please call for price and delivery. Edge squareness is .003" per inch. Finish is 35 microinch or finer. Other sizes and types of flat stock are available as special order. Please call for price and delivery.

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