Discussion in 'Military Vehicle Restoration' started by bronk7, Oct 29, 2015.
This is the best attempt at some detail I can find on the accident, though it's still pretty thin stuff:
More Depth: TD Accident Fatalities | WeaponsMan
All the coverage of it in the succeeding year suggests no official blame or charges were applied. Was wondering if there might be a publicly available official report on the incident, but nothing so far.
No idea how accessible US state-by-state inquests are, though.
Seem to recall 2015 was a bad year for preserved MV accidents, with that chap killed by an HST too.
Alan'/GPs general caution above seems very wise to me.
It's making me wonder about the WW2 accident rate across the international board.
Not something I recall being mentioned in much depth. It's always 'there was an incident involving' in tech histories, etc.
Reload the old brass using a new primer, projectile, and correct powder.
At least you get a good amount. Thanks for sharing.
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As for the venison, actually a good bit. It was a multiple hit situation, but lower velocity impacts so less meat destruction.
That is really terrible that those guys were killed and a rare piece of history damaged or destroyed. The 2
....I'm not surprised by it ......