Making Horseshoes for the British Army

Making Horseshoes for the British Army



you so if you agreed to make off through the war this was the old men okay left at all they sent you one of these and that's a specification mold it's got s five-year space air to put the stamp on and a marking to where you put your nail so you turn your iron dropped it in tapped it and it will mark where to put the nails where to put the clip and a space there you would put this and this it says s five so that was size five that was a five inch front all right so when you're doing that you baffle them up when you sent them away it's a different blasters country and that's an original chard let me just only again the first hundred fifty pairs have passed the final inspection 150 pairs in a week that's good going in it and then they wouldn't pay really good money only paying a small amount of money for me my friend who I worked with he didn't have one of them specification moles so he made his own stamp develop and it was want to want to want to just don't lose that he gave me that and of course you sent your shoes off and because they don't explain a small amount of money they said well you know we want more money in Kitchener wouldn't give him any more money so they made some really really crap shoes and he only beat it started buying them from America and that's when the Phoenix or shoe company started selling all ships into England

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