Tell me about "Cooper-T"
I'm pretty new to the Sheridan world. I've seen "Cooper-T" mentioned enough to know that this is important, and red-coated bolts are associated. I've tried Google and looking around MCB, but I haven't found the answer... what I'd like to know is this: Who/what is Cooper-T? Why is he/it important? What are Cooper-T's major contribution (bolts?!)?
My degree is in history. Give me the history!
Originally Posted by Bigtuana
1. Do not use the Wally Lama's name in vain.
2. Do not put any airsmith before the WALZ
3. Do not covet thy neighbors brass
4. Give a lot of cool **** to cool people for free
Originally Posted by Fancyfingers
I stumbled in here looking for autococker/pump advise [sic] and being FLAMED OUT MY A$$ on PBN.