Thanks allDecember 14 2010 at 3:03 PM
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|John S. |
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Response to Re: To address your question on winding
An update: my gray 1960 Marlin lost no time over night (12+ hours) on a full wind, but it seems to be slowing as the day goes on (-2 minutes or so 20 hours in). It seems that it's more accurate when not worn. What could that mean? Again, I intend on improving this to at least within 2 minutes per 24 hours, but I'll have to wait until after the holidays to get advice on that, as I have never done anything with a watch besides changing a quartz battery. I also need help with the 55 US Time Marlin and the 21 Jewel.
John, thanks for the welcome, and notice my hasty/temporary solution to the popularity of our excellent name!