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The Making of Steel Balls

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And here I thought it would be Force Recon or Ranger training.

 

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And here I always thought you grew them      GW

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Reminds me of the ball bearing factory Hogan's Heroes were always blowing up...  :rolleyes:

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Hmm...I figured it was a SEAL video :D

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I'm thinking "Man, that is a lifetime supply of slingshot ammo and I don't have to bust up old bearing on an anvil"!

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Didn’t the Germans basically have only one ball bearing factory and some 18 year old figured if the Alies took it out it would end the war?

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The Germans in WWII got their ball bearings from the Swedes who were neutral and sold them to everyone.

 

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23 hours ago, Yellowhouse Sam # 25171 said:

I'm thinking "Man, that is a lifetime supply of slingshot ammo and I don't have to bust up old bearing on an anvil"!

 

I used to use a vise to shatter them (covered with a heavy rag).

 

I worked in a garage when I was a kid that was owned by my dad and uncle so I had access to lots of ball bearings. I still have a jar full over fifty years later.^_^

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I thought it was about a certain congressman 

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Your Borne withe them !

You usually  cant make them .

Just sayin .

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I was stationed in the new rebuilt modern city of Schweinfurt, W. Germany (1984-1987).

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