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Question-Why are most if not all AP hexbolts all off?

When I look at AP front hex bolts the middle line that bisects the head are all off and not equidistant. Some are in the middle some are off a little and one or two are way off. Is there a reason why AP does this? Can they not use all the same hexbolts?
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By: sschew
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Some photos from yesterday.

The cloudy conditions suited the B&W film simulation IMO. Thanks for looking. Fernando
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By: fernando
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InHavenPro
53

Choosing the watch this morning was easier than choosing the wine tonight!

Cheers!
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By: Chronometer (aka yacomino)
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myles721
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This dial is always a treat to glance at during the day.

And I love the smooth sweep of the Spring Drive second hand.
4h
By: BigAppleBill
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FabR
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One year has passed, already, with the unveiling of the Freak S.

I wonder what Ulysse Nardin will unveil, this year. I am impatient to discover that. Less than two months to wait! Best, Nicolas
4h
By: amanico
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MichaelC
78

When you just woke up and open the curtains …

… and see the G.I.’s passing by in a Willys Jeep …. In the Ardennes. Luckily i didn’t drink (too much) the day before …. Or did i ? Anyhow, the Bim doesn’t wanna know the exact facts, time for breakfast and … … a worry-free drive into France. Obligatory stop at the wine-shop … More delicatesses ! No
5h
By: bimbeano
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amanico
103

Space Dilemma

I’ve had the discussion with the others, they need to share space and play nice with the FNG
5h
By: Larrykelley11
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Larrykelley11
140

The King Seiko line is expanding

Today Seiko introduces into the King Seiko collection a commemorative watch with a dial inspired by a traditional Japanese geometric pattern known as Kikkoumon, which is based on the hexagonal shape of a Tortoise shell. The design is a nod to the 1960s origins of King Seiko, which was born at a faci
6h
By: cazalea
1
Spencer_Karrington
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Trying to capture this special dial

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By: AT
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descartes1
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