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The Stage is a British weekly newspaper and website covering the entertainment industry, and particularly theatre. It was founded in 1880. It contains news, reviews, opinion, features, and recruitment advertising, mainly directed at those who work in theatre and the performing arts.
The first edition of The Stage was published (under the title The Stage Directory – a London and Provincial Theatrical Advertiser) on 1 February 1880 at a cost of 3 old pence for twelve pages. Publication was monthly until 25 March 1881, when the first weekly edition was produced. At the same time, the name was shortened to The Stage and the publication numbering restarted at number 1.
The publication was a joint venture between founding editor Charles Lionel Carson (then aged 33) and business manager Maurice Comerford (26), and operated from offices opposite the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
The Stage entered a crowded market, with many other theatre titles (including The Era) in circulation. Undercutting their rivals, Carson and Comerford dropped the price of the paper to one penny and was soon the only remaining title in its field.
The newspaper has remained in family ownership. Upon the death in 1937 of Charles Carson's son Lionel, who had assumed the joint role of managing director and editor, control passed to the Comerford family. The current managing director, Hugh Comerford, is founder Maurice's great-grandson.
2 used LEE challenger O frame presses. $60 each, $100 both.
1 used LEE small single stage press $30
1 used LEE powder measure $25
1 used LEE powder scale $20
$150 for everything.
Picked up in Newberg, no shipping.
Just wanted to let firearms enthusiasts know that we are in the process of planning a local gun club and range in the Santiam Canyon area, in Oregon, East of Salem about 35-40 miles.
The proposed name is "Santiam Gun Club" (or "Santiam Sports Club") and our first board meeting is next week...
Mostly a good deal because they've been out of stock at most places, or very overpriced, and this is in stock and discounted. Looks like free shipping too.
WTS...$100 Hornady Lock-N-Load Classic single stage press in good condition
$100 FTF in Auburn
The Hornady Lock-N-Load Classic is a high quality, mid-sized O frame press, long handle with a large ball grip. The angle of the O frame in the alloy press casting gives good visibility and easy...
Perfect setup for reloading.
Included is an excellent condition RCBS Partner Single stage reloading press, an RCBS new in box 5-0-5 powder scale, an RCBS 22-45 cal powder funnel, Digital MTM mini reloading scale, RCBS case lube pad, MTM LT-50 Universal Loading tray and kinetic bullet puller...
Selling my lightly used CMC "Duty/Patrol" 4.5lb flat trigger module, single stage with the small pin. Has two of thier "anti-walk" pins with it. This trigger has seen less than 200 rounds. I thoroughly enjoy CMC drop-ins, however I'm not a huge fan of flat triggers as I would like to keep my...
For sale- RCBS Junior single stage press in perfect working order. My original goal was to use this as a dedicated decapping press, but with the arrival of my new Dillon, it has to go! Comes with the primer catch tray and working primer feed system. It currently has the large primer cup, but you...
AR15 Trigger Group (Fits all Mil-Spec lower receivers)
- Trigger spring
- Hammer spring
- Disconnector spring
Pictured Top To Bottom:
TG1 PSA Mil-Spec Single Stage Trigger Group. Used-Less than 200 rounds. QTY 1 . $25 each SOLD
Selling a Forster Co-Ax single stage press.
This press is the latest (5th) generation, in great shape, and includes the owners manual and some extras. I'm asking $300, but make me an offer.
I'd also sell die sets for $50/each. I have 223 FL, 7mm mag, and 6.5x55 SE (2)
Looks like they are on backorder again, I have a standing order from August waiting in the queue.
This one is from the last batch. I had this held for another member for the last several months, as the money was "in the mail", but the money has not shown up and the member is not responding to...
Do any of you happen to have a spare, basic single stage press? I bought 2 grip and pull tools to break down some loads that had been used for set up and some mistakes. I didn't think through how they work and so I can't currently use them as they don't work with my co-ax press. The press will...
I'm selling two 80% lowers and 500rounds of 223 brass ammo in Mylar bags for $300 if interested am willing to trade for a complete upper for ar15 that's where I'm at not trying to gouge anyone just need what I need have a great day!