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  1. 30 points
    I went to our local club yesterday for some plinking time with 22s. At the other end of the firing line was a group of 20-somethings who were quite, diverse. Two lesbians, a dorky hipster, one I wasn’t sure about, and the group leader was a scruffy hippy with more hair than any five of us Saloonatics combined. My old-fart-caution-sensors were pinging so I kept an eye on them for safety’s sake. There was something that just felt off. But after an hour or so of me ventilating tin cans and watching them, here’s what I saw. All were wearing hearing and eye protection. The hippy was giving good instructions about how to safely handle guns, and letting his friends try his guns to ventilate their own cans. His friends were attentive and purposeful in listening. Never did a gun come close to breaking a 170 while trying the hippy’s guns. They communicated clearly about taking the range cold, with chamber indicators and every safety policy followed to a T. In short, my first impression was completely wrong, the hippy was doing it right, and four new young people were being introduced to the shooting sports. After sweeping brass I went down and talked a bit. It was enjoyable for sure getting to know them. And my world became a better place that afternoon.
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    So to speak. Today, I retired from my Law Enforcement job, after 34 years of full time and 36 years total. I start in the morning at a local gun shop as manager. Working in Law Enforcement was a front seat at the greatest show on earth, but it's time to change to something else.
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    1- To help out worthy causes like the Happy Trails Children's Foundation, SASS Scholarship Fund, etc etc. 2- SOMETIMES YOU WIN! I bought a few raffle tickets at Winter Range to benefit the Happy Trails Children's Foundation. I figured at the time I was just making a donation and had pretty well forgotten about it. Fast forward to earlier this week, I got a call from Dutch at HT telling me I'd won the grand prize for that drawing! A pair of consecutive serial number AWA Peacekeepers in 45 Colt, Nickel, with 4.75 in barrels. and A holster set made by none other than Bob Brown the world renowned leather artist! It has Sterling Silver buckles and tips, and is said to probably be the last rig he made before he passed.
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    After presenting this pin to myself, I hearby declare myself as the very first "Pew Pew Can't Shoot for Sh*t SASS Stormtrooper"
  5. 23 points
    Our grandson Henry in Arkansas has seizures so a couple of years ago he ordered/qualified for a service dog from 4 Paws For Ability. Henry’s parents learned a few days ago that there will be a new member of the family in November after the dog and family train together for 2 weeks in Xenia, Ohio, beginning next week. Here is a picture of the Golden Retriever that has been specifically trained for Henry over the past two years. Comments from his trainers are heartwarming. Several dogs are trained simultaneously for each client, in case some don't work out. The final candidate is chosen just before placement with the family. Each litter of service dogs has a “theme” name; meet Weird Al from the polka litter! It’s hard to describe how excited all of us are that Al will be helping Henry.
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    I survived my surgery, I am told everything went well. My pain is significant but not intolerable. I'll update in a day or two. If you don't care, send me you address and I'll send dead flowers If that's not funny I blame the anesthesia
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    We know that the Election season is upon us, and emotions are running high and hot. But, turning the SASS Wire Forum into a Facebook page is not allowed. Y'all agreed to the terms of use when you signed on. SASS is made up of people from all political and social views. Some may not like that, but it is so. It matters not whether the moderators agree with your political views or not. We are here to keep the SASS Wire Forum "neutral ground", and a place to get away from politics and the entanglements of the "real world". Private Messages have been sent to some of you over the past weeks to keep it "clean" and keep it non-political. Some haven't gotten the hint. Please don't make us remove your posting privileges. At the same time, we urge you all to exercise your right to VOTE. If you don't, then whatever happens in the elections, you are a hypocrite when you complain. For those who feel the need to make political posts, get a Facebook page, or set up a blog and write to your heart's content. This is not the place.
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    We are a distributor for Shooters World powders. We sell a LOT of Clean Shot (smokeless). We just got approx 10,000 pounds of Clean Shot in at the warehouse. We are not running out. We order foundry lead 200,000 pounds at a time and have it delivered 10 tons at a time. We are working two shifts and trying to catch up with casting 100 + different weights/calibers. When EVERYTHING sells out (for whatever reason, it takes a minute to catch up again.) For the first time in years I’m asking customers to limit their bullet purchases to what they NEED NOW... not what they need a year from now. We are NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. The possibility of a source, other than Federal, MAY BE what we are faced with... We are getting some to test. Might we need to replace the springs on some of our pistols, probably. We can still keep shooting. I also know that Fiocchi (and one other whose name escapes me) is opening a primer manufacturing facility in Arkansas and maybe Florida... Will we need to make adjustments? Sure! Am I gonna give up the game I love because of my dependence on Federal Primers? NOT ON YOUR DAMN LIFE! I’ve got a pair of Heritage 22s and a Widder/Slater Softstroked Henry! GREAT BIG HUGS! See some of you at LandRun next week! Scarlett
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    The Cajon Cowboys had to rebuild their range earlier this year because the new owner of the ranch where the range is, totally rebuilt the entire facility. Most of the facades were salvaged but placing them and securing them in their new locations took hundreds of hours of labor and lots of hardware and paint. I held a gun cart raffle to aid in the rebuilding costs and to drum up badly needed labor I came up with another scheme to give another gun cart away to the working force. Well BearTrap, the Cajon Cowboys match director got wind of it and shut it down, he said one was enough. Choctaw Gal his long suffering wife and I were visiting one day while we were doing some painting and we came up with another idea. She filled out slips of paper for all of the workers who had put in lots of hours and those that had really put in the hours had more slips put in the hat with their names on them so some folks had a slip or two in the hat and some had a lot of slips in the hat. We were going to draw the winning ticket at the State Match on the first week of September but we decided that since all of the tickets had been sold that we’d draw the winning ticket at a monthly match in May, I believe it was, anyway a winning ticket was drawn from the raffle tickets and Choctaw Gal then brought up the hat and we drew a winning ticket for the labor pool. Running Bare was the lucky winner and here is the cart that I built for her. The lumber is ambrosia maple or beetle killed maple. The leatherwork was all done by Double Diamond from Escondido. Through and sliding dovetails were used as well as mortise and tenon joinery where required. She wanted the trays to be deeper to hold the ammo and shot shells in a similar configuration as their current gun cart and I think I came pretty close. I’m meeting them up at Norco in the morning for the hand off and they’ll get to use it this weekend. I did a few extras for this cart such as the ebony pegs on the doors and the IPhone carrier on the side of the cart.
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    I'm supposed to be downsizing my militaria collection. Selling some. Gifting some. Don't want to leave the mem sahib holding the bag when I croak. But I saw this thing and for some reason couldn't exist. Unwrapped it today. Nice patina but I didn't get it for that. Being a Bohemian at heart, I'm all about Beauty, Truth, and Love. I figgered that this might be cleaned up to show it's true beauty. So I cleaned it up a bit and Et Voila! Oh, the reason I was attracted to it is... Now I feel like I'm having coffee with the admiral in his stateroom! While I was rubbing it, I was waiting for a genie to pop out with an armload of cash. Didin't happen.
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    This one is AWESOME! HalloweenCoffeeShopPrank.mp4
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    My comment isn't meant to sound negative, although it might to some Pards. But if some clubs change their shooting format and limit the shooting to 60-75% of what we are use to (10-10-4+), there will be some shooters who ain't gonna travel 1.5+ hours to a match just to shoot a total of 60 rounds. Some clubs the past couple years have started shooting 6 stages a day, instead of 5, because the paying customers wanted MORE shooting, not less. This is just a thought to be considered. Folks, when we all run out, we all run out. We'll just have to weather THIS storm together and hope for the best. ..........Widder
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    Actually, pre ordered a couple of months ago, but delivered today. The shop I manage has had three or four 6" Pythons in, but this is only the second 4.25" we've had since they came out. So it came home with me today.
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    President Trump's antibodies will be the ones used to manufacture a 100% safe and effective vaccine and he will save the world thus winning him another Nobel, just to further piss off the left.
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    A man was driving down the highway late one night when his minivan broke down. He turned on his flashers and tried to get someone's attention to help him. Eventually a Lamborghini Countach pulls up. "Any chance I could get a lift into town?" said the minivan driver. "I can do better than that," the man driving the Countach replied. "I've got a V-12 under this hood, I can tow you to the nearest town, no problem. Just honk your horn and flash your lights if I start going too fast." They head off down the road and eventually come to a stop light and up pulls a Ferrari F40 with a V-10. The F40 began to rev its engine to get the Countach to race. The Countach revs its engine and the light turns green. They fly out of there, and about a half a mile down the road they pass a speed trap. The officer there watches them pass and radios to base saying, "Base, you will not believe what I just saw. A F40 and a Countach were driving down the road doing about 120 with a minivan honking its horn and flashing its lights trying to pass them!"
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    Bangor Maine Police Department 1rtS1hgponesodnred · Got Warrants? A "single-shot" Wednesday exclusive showing of the world's most marginally famous Bangor Police Department Facebook page. Let us waste no time! A man, dropped-off by taxi, at a local home improvement store determined that his life would be better if he had a battery-operated trimmer. As he attempted at leaving the store without using cash, credit, or debit he discovered that rechargeable lithium-ion batteries can be used as fodder to foil his followers when they are thrown directly at loss prevention professionals. Investigators later determined that there were no Captain America Shields available in Lawn &Garden. This heaving of two portable electrical power pods kept them at bay long enough for him to make his move toward the well-paved parking lot. #theypavedparadise #ifyoucandodgeawrench For some reason, the thief--now with no reasonable way to trim as he was out of battery power--was able to talk a lady into giving him a ride from the scene of the crime. Where was this woman in 1980 when I tried to thumb a ride to Guilford, Maine to meet a lady that I had met at a basketball game? The man was able to sweet talk his way into her passenger seat which then set her up to be pursued by soon to be arriving officers of the law. #wasitthepassengerseatofhisbestfriendsride? Could it be that she felt she could trust a man with a batteryless brush trimmer? Were his lines as sweet as his moves? We just don't know. As the cops fell into place behind the kind and unknowing woman (similar to the final scene in The Blues Brothers) and the man with a trimmer that would no longer trim, the woman came to the realization that this mope was not ride-worthy. She pulled to the side of the road for the cops, and trimmer-boy bailed out like he was destined to take Normandy; he wasn't, of course. Trimmer boy jumped over the railing and made a good head of steam as he headed toward Hobby Lobby the hard way. Right through the brush. And here he was, without an operable trimmer. Was he looking to be framed? Glittered? We cannot read minds people! He made it, but not before losing one of his shoes and a fairly new coat that he probably never paid for. Stymied by his stamina, the cops gathered up to go find him again. By that point, he had stolen a young girl's bicycle from in front of the Game Stop outlet. John Candy and Steve Martin should have been so lucky in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. K9 assistance came in the form of a MSP Trooper and his dog, Odin. The team recovered the running man's coat but were not aware that he had taken to two (stolen) wheels in his journey to becoming the most unwanted man in Bangor. We thought we had lost him. A short time later we were contacted by loss prevention professionals from Kohl's Department Store. It seems a man wearing one shoe had purchased a pair of sporty brown boots after showing up on the lady's bicycle. He had seemed winded. He also did not explain his one shoe or his lack of the mate to that very same shoe. He left the store. But, the story does not end there. A few hours later, Trimmer-boy came back to Kohl's in the manner that all criminals soon return to the scene of their misdeeds. The man, still freshly shod with sporty brown boots then tried to fraudulently return some merchandise that had been stolen earlier. Of course, he wanted a refund. There is not a better way to get ahead than getting full value for items that you never paid for in the first place. The suspicious crew of Kohl's called the police. Police arrived, and much to everyone's surprise, the man ran again. He was caught by a Bangor Police Officer a short time later. He was taken to jail. It was discovered that not only was Trimmer-boy powerless because he had previously lobbed the load of lithium, he was also out on bail for past misdeeds. He was charged with robbery, and theft, two counts of refusing to submit to arrest, and his cake had candles representing sixteen counts of violating his bail (also known as conditions of release) from the same number of--previous--and outstanding criminal charges. When I use the term outstanding, I am using the word in the context of past, and unanswered incidents, and not, in the same way, that I might refer to Captain America's shield...or tights. The man was not from the area, and we have heard that law enforcement officials from his area are pleased as punch that he moved on to Penobscot County. These times do try us. The young lady will get her bicycle back. This is how we roll. Well, SHE rolls. Keep your hands to yourself, leave other people's things alone, and be kind to one another. TC BPD 3You and 2 others
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    It's not the matches that's causing shortages. It's those darn people that practice!
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    A cowboy appeared before St. Peter at the Pearly Gates. 'Have you ever done anything of particular merit?' St. Peter asked. 'Well, I can think of one thing,' the cowboy offered. 'On a trip to the Black Hills out in South Dakota , I came upon a gang of bikers, who were threatening a young woman. I directed them to leave her alone, but they wouldn't listen. So, I approached the largest and most heavily tattooed biker and smacked him in his face ... Kicked his bike over, ripped out his nose ring, and threw it on the ground. I yelled, 'Now, back off!! Or I'll kick the shit out of all of you!' St. Peter was impressed, 'When did this happen?' 'Just a couple of minutes ago'
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    Two nuns were shopping at a 7-11 store. As they passed by the beer cooler, one nun said to the other, “Wouldn’t a nice, cold beer or two taste wonderful on a hot summer evening?” The second nun answered, “Indeed it would, Sister, but I wouldn’t feel comfortable buying beer, since I’m certain it would cause a scene at the checkout stand.” “I can handle that without a problem,” the first nun replied, and she picked up a six-pack and headed for the check-out. The cashier had a surprised look on his face when the two nuns arrived with their beer. “We used beer for washing our hair!” the nun said. "Back at our nunnery, we call it ‘Catholic Shampoo!’ ” Without blinking an eye, the cashier reached under the counter, pulled out a package of pretzel sticks, and placed ‘em in the bag with the beer. He then looked the nun straight in the eye, smiled, and said: “The curlers are on the house!”
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    The Church and the Saloon. In a small mid-western conservative town, a saloon owner started construction on a new building to open up his business. The local Baptist church started a campaign to block the saloon from opening with petitions and prayers. Work progressed right up till the week before the opening when a lightning strike hit the saloon and it burned to the ground. The church folks were rejoicing after that, till the saloon owner sued the church on the grounds that the church was ultimately responsible for the demise of his building. The church vehemently denied all responsibility or any connection to the building’s demise in its reply to the court. As the case made its way into court, the judge looked over the paperwork at the hearing and commented, “I don't know how I'm going to decide this, but as it appears from the paperwork, we have a saloon owner that completely believes in the power of prayer, and an entire church congregation that doesn't.”
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    Back in the mid-70's, Hank and I were members of a rural shooting club which I shall not name at this point. Like many such ranges, this one was open to the public, but had one day a week reserved for police only use. Tuesdays, I believe. Anyway, at the time of this incident, Hank was one of the officers of the organization. Club vice-president, I think... and, since he was off work for a while recovering from a fairly serious injury (.45 Colt ball through a leg), he had plenty of time to "hang out" at the range. On one of those "police only" days, Hank was "hanging out" when the group from the Sheriff's Department arrived, having reserved the facility for qualifications and practice. As they were unloading and setting up, Hank wandered over to kibitz ~ and was promptly invited to leave. "This area is hereby CLOSED and OFF LIMITS to civilians! Please LEAVE, and DO NOT RETURN!" commanded the lieutenant in charge. Hmph! Okay, well be that way! Hank thought as he hobbled back to the clubhouse for coffee and continued visiting with a couple other hangers-on. Shortly, they were serenaded by the melody of pistol fire. Then rifle fire. And of course, some shotgun fire. And then came the full automatics. Everyone's eyebrows shot up; Hank grabbed his cane and high-speed hobbled back to the range. What he saw surprised, then stunned, then downright pi$$ed him off. Just the previous weekend, a work party of club members had replaced the posts and cables from which targets were hung. Forty-five years later, I don't recall if the new posts were railroad ties or vineyard end posts; but whichever, they were not cheap, were quite stout, and had been a pile of work to install. Well, evidently, some SD nimrod had decided that these posts themselves made ideal target holders - no need to bother at all with clothespins and the target-hanger wires stretched between the posts. So, in addition to the damage already inflicted by the other small arms, Hank was greeted by the sight of clouds of splinters erupting from the brand-new posts under the assault of multiple M-16's and possibly a Thompson or other sub-gun. The lieutenant spotted Hank, walked up to him and barked "I told YOU that this range is CLOSED! You WILL leave NOW or there WILL be consequences!" Wrong attitude. Hank returned his glare for a moment, then bellowed - and he had a quite impressive bellow - "CEASE FIRE!!" All firing stopped, and all eyes turned to the belligerent cowboy and their own leader, who had taken a half-step backward at Hank's eruption. The lieutenant started to take a deep breath, undoubtedly in preparation of giving ol' Hank a blast of authority, but was pre-empted by Hank himself when he continued in his own clear, authoritative voice: "Gentlemen! This is a private range. As such, you are here at the invitation of the club that operates this range. That invitation does NOT include destruction, especially intentional destruction, of range property! Those posts you have just blown to hell were expensive, required a good deal of work to install, and have only been in place TWO DAYS! "As club vice-president, I am the ranking officer of this range present. As such, I am hereby advising you that as of this moment your range privileges are SUSPENDED! Lieutenant, please pack up your equipment and men and vacate immediately!" Said lieutenant was not happy; in fact, he was kinda shocked, and was not able to meet Hank's glower. The group packed up and left. A letter was sent to the Sheriff describing the incident; we had no idea how that meshed with the lieutenant's own report, but the Sheriff did issue a personal apology, and sent in a work party (miscreant deputies?) to replace the posts. Range privileges were re-instated, and no officer ever, ever again, shot anything other than properly mounted targets.
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    I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous. . . .
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    There is a lot of discussion going on about the major SASS events move; mostly positive and some with “concerns.” Both the Arizona Territorial Rough Riders (at Ben Avery Shooting Facility in Phoenix, Arizona) AND the Oklahoma Territorial Marshals (near Oklahoma City) are great organizations with committees that go out of their way to make a great match for everyone. Being on both sides of the country may be inconvenient for some shooters for traveling, but I believe it is a great strategic move to have these two large events separated by distance so that “we” can grow membership into this great SASS organization across the country. It also provides an opportunity for shooters in other countries to visit both sides of the US. Knot and I have only attended a State Wild Bunch match at Oklahoma (which was very well organized) and we know that they have a fantastic facility for a large match; including hotels and camping (on range and nearby). We have heard nothing but great things about their Regional match and it has been on our bucket list for quite some time to attend; looking forward to attending this year’s event! I know that lots of shooters (local and from afar) will step up to the plate in volunteering to get them going for this new National Championship adventure! The Arizona Territorial Rough Riders (current National event) already have a great reputation for their Winter Range daily events and beautifully created stages/venue. Lots of hard workers and the most volunteers I have ever seen for a match; very well organized. With Blackjack Zak’s committee at the helm and now having a World title, I’m sure they will come up with some great marketing ideas for the World Championships to attract even more spectators and potential new shooters. Both organizations have about a year (plus) to market these big matches to attract not only shooters, but spectators (potential new shooters). Both venues are in a great location with lots of hotels and other things to do. I bet each venue’s committee will leverage that and get the media involved, including spinning it up on social media. The Arizona Territorial Rough Riders had channel 10 out last year during the WR match (a major local station). Both organizations could reach out to other local channels in other states that support gun rights and have them run a story. I am sure there is a SASS shooter out there with media talent that could get a video together to send to those stations and on social media to promote each event; perhaps a combo marketing campaign. These two organizations could also request shooters around the country (and world) to help identify those local media outlets (and major cable outdoor channels) that might run a National and World Championship segment. It’s early enough to do that. Getting the word out to all of the different shooting disciplines across the country to have them promote these two major matches would help too. Adding an extra activity (for any SASS event) in assigning SASS shooters to walk around and talk to the spectators about SASS can attract even more people to shoot SASS. We all commonly see spectators while we shoot and occasionally can get out to talk to them, but what might work better is to have specific volunteers to roam the range looking for spectators to meet and greet and talk to them about what we do. The SASS shooters (reps) can even do a mini tour of the facility/stages or if venues can accommodate, have the shooting reps on a stage to talk about SASS. We need to keep this sport growing, right? Anyway - just some of my thoughts for getting the word out to potential new shooters who might see how much fun we have. With all that said, let’s get that positive spirit going to support these two great organizations as they shift over to these big events. We especially need to support the new SASS Advisory Board as they guide and support the SASS executive management team. We all want this sport to grow and if we all work together, leverage volunteers who are willing to help (and put any ill feelings and egos aside); and focus on SASS as a whole, then we will make tremendous strides in growing this great organization. Reach out to these two organizations and your local club to see what you can do to help grow SASS. This turning point is a great opportunity for us all to help each other with marketing ideas and come together to grow SASS and bring in new shooters. Hey - I’m your huckleberry. I’ll help out. Who else? See you on the trail!
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    To be clear, starting in 2022 the Arizona Territorial Company of Rough Riders who has been hosting Winter Range the SASS National Champion coming up on our 30th annual this coming February 2021 will be hosting the World Championship End of Trail starting in 2022. The same group/board that has been producing WR for these many years will now transition to hosting the World Championship. The dates for EOT in Phoenix in 2022 will be the same time in February. To be clear, the name "Winter Range" will be retired, and the National Championship will be moved to Land Run. Be assured that the quality of match that you have come to expect from WR will only be enhanced with this transition as we expect to attract more of our International friends, vendors for your enjoyment, and shooters who want to compete against the best at the highest level along with those that wish to be apart of the spectacle. That said, WR will be shooting our 30th annual in 2021 and EOT will be shooting their 40th annual. You absolutely do not want to miss either of these great shoots. They are going to be GREAT matches, and you will want to say "I was there"!!!! Nine Toe Joe WR Deputy Match Director/Range Master/Ranger Coordinator
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    So Friday I was informed that I was exposed to the Wuhon crud. I was sent home for a two week paid vacation and told to quarantine. Ok, not a problem. I called home to spread the good news........ then called the County department of health to get tested. Today at 2:00. Results Weds. When I got home, Kaya was already getting the camper ready for my stay. Food, clothes, etc. As I was told to avoid contact I requested all my hunting clothes too. After all, there ain't nobody in my stand with me, right?!? Two weeks off during the early rut to hunt! Yee haw!! But, here's the reason for this post: 1. Look at your camper and think about if you had to live in it. Is it big enough to be comfy? Is it well stocked? 2. Put away the new guns. YOUR WIFE WILL SEE THEM IF YOU LEFT THEM OUT! 3. Thank your God for giving you the family around you. My wife is a strong woman and providing me with everything I need even before I know I need it. My daughter knew what gear I needed to hunt and even got my 1911 for me to keep in the camper. My son is keeping tabs on me because I will hide it if I need to go to the ER at some point. 4. The Saloon is a wonderful place to be. Keep the posts coming. It gives me something to do while I'm in prison..... There's more but I need to take another nap. Talk soon!
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    Bless me Father, for I have sinned. I have been with a loose girl." The priest asks, "Is that you, little Joey Pagano?" "Yes, Father, it is." "And who was the girl you were with?" "I can't tell you, Father. I don't want to ruin her reputation." "Well, Joey, I'm sure to find out her name sooner or later so you may as well tell me now. Was it Tina Minetti?" "I cannot say." "Was it Teresa Mazzarelli?" "I'll never tell." "Was it Nina Capelli?" "I'm sorry, but I cannot name her." "Was it Cathy Piriano?" "My lips are sealed." "Was it Rosa DiAngelo, then?" "Please, Father! I cannot tell you." The priest sighs in frustration. "You're very tight lipped, and I admire that. But you've sinned and have to atone. You cannot be an altar boy now for 4 months. Now you go and behave yourself." Joey walks back to his pew, and his friend Franco slides over and whispers, "What'd you get?" "Four months vacation and five good leads..."
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    Amy Coney Barrett has just been confirmed as our newest Supreme Court Justice!
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    It's a USN kettle. If a genie pops out of it he'll be handing you a mop and telling you start swabbing the deck.
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    It’s my opinion they are a serious threat. Not particularly violence but a threat to our 2A rights. I think their actions will simply Increase public support for more gun control.
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    I just sent the following to Gavin Newsom on his website: Mr. Newsom,. You have no honor. You stated that you believed in the Second Amendment, yet you signed that idiotic bill AB2847. That technology doesn't exist and has been proven that it cannot be done, yet you signed it into law. You are also trying to crush people's Second Amendment rights through bad elitist legislation and by impacting the availability of guns that are perfectly safe for police but somehow unsafe for the public, who the Second Amendment was written for. You, Sir, wield your ignorance like a sword. Perhaps before signing any more laws you should educate yourself on the laws that you intend to sign, and not by talking to your advisors, who are also obviously ignorant. I know you probably won't see my words, but to the person that is seeing them, I hope you convey my deepest regards to the Governor that his ignorance and political desires will cost lives someday and not just on these issues.
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    To be clear, starting in 2022 the Arizona Territorial Company of Rough Riders who has been hosting Winter Range the SASS National Champion coming up on our 30th annual this coming February 2021 will be hosting the World Championship End of Trail starting in 2022. The same group/board that has been producing WR for these many years will now transition to hosting the World Championship. The dates for EOT in Phoenix in 2022 will be the same time in February. To be clear, the name "Winter Range" will be retired, and the National Championship will be moved to Land Run. Be assured that the quality of match that you have come to expect from WR will only be enhanced with this transition as we expect to attract more of our International friends, vendors for your enjoyment, and shooters who want to compete against the best at the highest level along with those that wish to be apart of the spectacle. That said, WR will be shooting our 30th annual in 2021 and EOT will be shooting their 40th annual. You absolutely do not want to miss either of these great shoots. They are going to be GREAT matches, and you will want to say "I was there"!!!! Nine Toe Joe WR Deputy Match Director/Range Master/Ranger Coordinator
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