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Re: stuck pilot jets

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Things like this remind me how blessed I am to have a mini-lathe and mill.
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Re: stuck pilot jets

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I just made an observation in a thread that the small go-to machine shops in my area seem to have died off, whether it was because of age or illness, who knows? Everything is CNC now, so the old ways are going away.
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Re: stuck pilot jets

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I hear you. Case-in-point re: the "old ways," I understand that astral navigation has been done away with at the Naval Academy because it's all done with computers now. Likewise, I would think that any Navy guy worth his salt would know how to use a sextant.

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Re: stuck pilot jets

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I've done a lot of sailing, and I DO know how to use a sextant. Computers are nice, sorta, but usless in a life raft :lol: :lol: :lol:
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