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    Re: Compass deviation card
    From: Dan Hogan
    Date: 2002 Oct 10, 06:49 -0700

    Whoops that should have read "...more than 12 compass points".
    On 10 Oct 2002, at 6:33, Dan Hogan wrote:
    > Eric:
    > Try a web search using "deviation + card". I used google.com.
    > Deviation cards shown in most navigation manuals. There are two styles of
    > deviation cards. The Napier type, which is a graphic plot of the deviation
    > curve, and the For-Steer card mostly used on small boats and aircraft. With
    > the 5 degree card swinging the compass for more than 12 compass points is
    > probably overkill.
    > On 9 Oct 2002, at 14:37, Eric Haberfellner wrote:
    > > Does anyone know where I can find a blank Compass deviation card somewhere
    > > on the web?
    > >
    > > Eric Haberfellner
    > Dan Hogan WA6PBY
    > C27 "Gacha"
    > dhhogan1@earthlink.net
    > Nav-L Page: http://www.wa6pby.com
    Dan Hogan

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