Okay, I've had a quick moment to review the ideas and - no, I've nothing to add right now. Laurence really laid it out for me, hitting most of the questions I'd hammer you with should I ever get to watch you work. I trust you'll get the Cliff notes in for each of those thoughts. Lyon mentioned legal considerations but perhaps a note that 'there are some, and check your local and federal laws' would be in order. Safety is a biggie! How do you know when a barrel isn't going to blow up in the vise? LOL Probably that's why you use a string to pull the trigger a couple times? I glommed onto that one a long time ago; maybe the first lesson I took from you on this subject.Great so far Gentlemen, more more ideas.
How about some handout printed materials? Like calibers and powder measurement information? I have a generic plan for a pistol/lockback I could make copies of although I have no idea how many copies to make.
Ive done this one other time and time went away fast when I opened for discussion. I want to be better prepared this time.
May I say? Justin Preston sounds already like me. I won't need to ask you any other questions... Justin - nice to meet you. I once lived in KC myself - 25+ years ago! I bet all my dives are gone now... Jeremy also knows what he's looking forward to. Me too.
Cubane also nailed it - video. Really Bruce, that needs to happen if Blade will license the idea. I dunno how that works but I'd sure love to be able to refresh myself a couple years from now when I finally develop some huevos and try my own hand. I've never been able to shake the idea. But no balls so far.
Handouts - if you're using powerpoint you can print three slides per page with space for notes. That always works best for me in a meeting.
Raymond? Well. Now we know how Ray creates such spiritual and powerful forms - off his pants! Umm, perhaps for the buddhas among us. That mightn't work for those like me who have to draw and erase, count stuff and measure and so on, with only the physical senses. I'd rather be Raymond. Failing that though, I'll be happy just making stuff, however clunky. Maybe a machine someday, eh?
See you in September Bruce and Justin!