AR15 in Italy: the end!

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AR15 in Italy: the end!

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Hi! :D

This il the link to my AR15's (Scarrafone Latino) history:

The end of work:
http://www.cantierino.it/AEsperienze/Sc ... index.html

Your comment is welcome

Nicola



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Congratulations! That is some impressive work there. I even see that you designed and made your own sails.

Now ...um...for those of us ignorant of the Italian language...in English: How does it sail? :P

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DrBones wrote:Congratulations! That is some impressive work there. I even see that you designed and made your own sails.

Now ...um...for those of us ignorant of the Italian language...in English: How does it sail? :P
Not only the sail but the mast as well. Bravo Quite the acomplishment!!! It looks smaller than other AR15's could she be downsized abit? The beam looks a little narrow. I am comparing to Rich's AR which always looked so big to me.

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ChrisObee wrote:Not only the sail but the mast as well. Bravo Quite the acomplishment!!! It looks smaller than other AR15's could she be downsized abit? The beam looks a little narrow. I am comparing to Rich's AR which always looked so big to me.
(Excuse me for my english)
I have reduced in scale the measures of project to 4,2 meters of length LOA for space problems in my garage

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DrBones wrote:Congratulations! That is some impressive work there. I even see that you designed and made your own sails.

Now ...um...for those of us ignorant of the Italian language...in English: How does it sail? :P

the sails work well in every condition, the used material is not the top, therefore I sure they could work better if you make the sails with dacron

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Re: english text

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CO6AKA wrote:Hello nicola!

Are you able to translate your pager of Ar15 into English?
Or just article about sails and mast (and changes you have made with it)
I wander (very) abtou mast, sails and rigging.

thank you for good photos
I am sorry, but my english is very, very, very... limited :cry:

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You can translate online, do a search for "free translation", it works.
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jacquesmm wrote:You can translate online, do a search for "free translation", it works.
Well... you can translate it yourself, after, you (as english) can correct the automatic translation. :wink:

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