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    A quick diagram on Adjusting Mortar Fires



    The above diagram is a quick little thing I put together hoping to teach people the most efficient method of adjusting mortar fires accurately. The core concept that the FO needs to understand when adjusting fires is that all adjustments must be in a format easily understood by the Fire Station. That means the adjustment reference point should be in relation to the Fire Station.
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    Re: A quick diagram on Adjusting Mortar Fires

    I screwed the scale up. Where the SoP says "Down 100m/Right 100m" it should be "Down 30m, Right 30m"
    "The necessaries of life occasion the great expense of the poor. They find it difficult to get food, and the greater part of their little revenue is spent in getting it. The luxuries and vanities of life occasion the principal expense of the rich, and a magnificent house embellishes and sets off to the best advantage all the other luxuries and vanities which they possess. A tax upon house-rents, therefore, would in general fall heaviest upon the rich; and in this sort of inequality there would not, perhaps, be anything very unreasonable. It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion-"

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