Now that she’s on a stand,  Firefly’s  ability to quickly change her incline  has lead to the need for some positive stops on the rails of the steel bolt groove.    If I am not careful to secure the trigger assembly it has a tendency to run down the rail and clobber the wood when I swing her into an upward pointing position.   Some superficial splits in the wood shoulder at the end of the bolt groove have been repaired with epoxy.    At least with the ears seen below,  Firefly will suffer no more such damage as the result of my clumsiness in managing gravity.   On a project like this, the gravity police  enforce obedience just when you least expect it.

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