What is the age of your springfield model 52a that has mark of a 14 inside a circle?
What is the value of 2 statues boy and girl 24 high- boy holds fruit in hand girl holds basket marwal inside over circle c inside that circle ind inc?
Looking for info US model of 1917 Remington sn 102699 barrel marks W 1-19 left side of stock below rear site box with OGEK inside 2D and a Y around box P inside circle behind trigger?
What is the value of a US Springfield Armory Model 1903. Mark I Serial No. 1194036 manufactured in 1920?
You can expect a going price of 750 dollars and up depending on correct stock,stock marks and a rifle barrel in good shooting condition.I have seen them range in price from 750-950 dollars on today,s market.I have a Springfield Mark-1 I recently purchased for 750 dollars last month for my collection.
Assuming you know the location of the center of the circle, to divide a circle into thirds, do the following: mark a point on the circumference and, using a protractor, mark 120 degrees then repeat for the final mark A line from the mark on the circumference to the center will show an angle of 120 degrees.
with a compass scribe a circle. then with the compass still set to the same radius place the pin of the compass on the circle and make a mark on the circle. lift the compass, place the pin on the mark and repeat around the circle. the geometry of the circle allows for a hexagon to be generated this way.
What does the circled JM stamp on the right side of the barrel stand for on a 1949 30-30 Marlin 336A?
Mark has a piece of string 12 inches long he shapes string into rectangle that encloses an area of 5 square inches Can Mark enclose a greater area with the same string If sowhat is the area?
If Mark makes a circle, that circle would have a circumference of 12 inches. The formula for circumference is pi times diameter, so the circumference divided by pi will give you the diameter of 3.82 inches. Divide this by 2 to get the radius of 1.91 inches. Area of a circle is pi times the radius squared. 1.91 squared is 3.6481. Multiply this by pi to get 11.46 square inches of area inside the circle…
Old High back saddle made in the 1800 the saddle stamp has a K inside a stirrup and looks like a rope circle?
Well, when you take a compass and draw a circle, and then you keep the same radius and mark off the circle with it, you get exactly six marks, dividing the line of the circle into six equal parts. So it seems like a circle just naturally wants to be partitioned into sixths. In order to divide the measurement of a circle equally into sixths, you have to have a total number of degrees that…
*Note that it is assumed you know what the terms diameter, perpendicular, bisect/bisection and intersection mean in relation to geometry. If not, they are explained in the discussion area. To construct a regular pentagon using a compass and ruler (a longer, but more precise method): # Draw a circle in which to inscribe the pentagon and mark the center point O. # Choose a point A on the circle; this will be one vertex of…
Draw a diameter on the circle from A to B and mark the midpoint, C (center of the circle). Mark the midpoint, D, of one of those radii (halfway between center and edge). Draw a perpendicular line to the diameter from D to the two edges of the circle, E and F. Draw radii from E to C and F to C. Lines AC, EC, and FC mark the three equal parts of a circle.
Short instructions: Construct the diameter of the circle at the tangent point Construct a line at right angles to the diameter at the tangent point. this is a tangent to the circle at that point. Detailed instructions with compass and straight edge: Given: circle C with a point T on the circumference Sought: Tangent to C at T Find the center circle C Place the needle of the compass on the (circumference of) circle C…