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  1. FOX 13's Charley Belcher JlanutaSrpaoeSnnomyso e1ousrSe1ds, h20gr1r9s · Facebook Creator for iOS · You are looking at a real American hero right there. Faris Tuohy is holding a photo from 1944. That’s him on the left, holding a cup of coffee, after two days of battle in WWII. He’s 94 now, he’ll be 95 in April. “Thank you” just doesn’t seem enough. I appreciate the men and women who put their lives on the line for our freedoms so much.
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  2. I'm a bit ticked off at the moment. My kid was at the doc's office for a routine visit and the doc asked if there where any guns in the family. Yup, Dad has guns. Besides being an invasion of privacy, I don't even live in the same state! Now I keep getting phone calls from the doc asking where to get ammo! On edit: Just stole this from my lady
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  3. I DO espouse those bits of wisdom. HOWEVER!! I’m told that I am MUCH better looking than that handsome fellow in the photograph!!!
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  4. I've decided to swear off adult beverages for 3 days (Feb 29-31, 2021) Who will join me in this noble cause?
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  5. Joe, it’s yours. I think Lefty will be able to shoot my 97 as is. My youngest is still a ways off from shooting. Give me a crack it it when your granddaughter out grows it.
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  6. Thank you for the good job you did. been thinking videos would be helpful for some time. I think videos for the 2 IMO misunderstood rules the cross draw dance and 170 violation would be helpful. EMN
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  7. There is no such thing as a .38 Special Pedersoli. The originals were made to handle ammunition that is 1.590" OAL. The Pedersolis are the same. They require .357 ammunition that is a minimum of 1.540" OAL and that has a certain shape RNFP bullet. With the right ammo the .357 is very reliable. With the wrong ammo they suck. In this case the barrel marking is correct -- .357 Mag. Contact Roger Rapid and ask for a copy of his Pedersoli Lightning Manual. Lots of great information in there. I do have some experience with Lightnings. Here is some of my herd.
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  8. Hold out for the 45-60. I have one (nope, NFS!) they are great rifles. Fun to shoot.
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  9. I shoot a pair of Uberti Opentops in 45 Colt from time to time. I use the same load as I do in my other 45 Colt revolvers.
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  10. Wood shooting blocks 45 caliber 38 caliber $15.00 each + postage Text Legendery Larry at 605-202-0043 for mor information and photos
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  11. I just did this in November. I took a blue gun ]the plastic ones holster makers use] in with me and had the center distance done based on the distance needed for the front sight. It works great, the front sights on both handguns and rifles are clear again. +1 on ANSI safety lenses.
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  12. A tree and a train. The Excelsior Redwood Company, Eureka, California, 1909.
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  13. Looks like a Baldwin or Forney 2-4-2 tank.
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  14. YEP. Mom use to fry it in a black iron skillet, put a couple slices on some bread with a couple other dress-up stuff, and we didn't know there were other things to eat. SPAM or Balogna w/cheese. Great with a cold Pepsi. ..........Widder
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  15. Another funny part is you can't read that with the box CLOSED
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  16. I've been to several umpire clinics to get the season started. I have three games scheduled this upcoming Saturday, and two the following Saturday. I've been hired to umpire USSSA tournaments in Denver, you see. The high school association begins training next week and I'll get some more games from them. NO umpiring from the mound this year. I told the league doing that I wasn't going to work for them anymore. Fortunately, my name is getting out there and associations all over the state are trying to hire me Of course it helps that there is a shortage of umpires, so that doe
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  17. Have you ever wondered why NASA always lands their rovers, on the Moon and Mars, in the desert? You would think they would land em in the city so we can observe how their citizens live, etc..... ..........Widder
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  18. Just a passing thought, maybe instead of going to a recycling center or salvage yard, hunt for people that take stuff to these places. There are a lot of people around here that salvage scrap part or full time. People taking down old buildings probably find lead plumbing, flashing, etc.
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  19. I was party to sending a young sailor on a quest for a Left Handed Allen Wrench.
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  20. Did You forget that back in those days you were going so darn fast cause all you swabbies were still swinging oars
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  21. I won't tell you what's in my garage then!!
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  23. I've built a kit plane. It was plastic and had about a six inch wing span. I believe the kit was by Revell.
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  24. A Scottish Golf Story John, who lived in the north of England, decided to go golfing in Scotland with his buddy, Shawn. They loaded up John's minivan and headed north. After driving for a few hours, they got caught in a terrible blizzard. So they pulled into a nearby farm and asked the attractive lady who answered the door if they could spend the night. ‘I realize it's terrible weather out there and I have this huge house all to myself, but I'm recently widowed,' she explained, 'and I'm afraid the neighbors will talk if I let you stay in my house.' 'Don't worry,' John said. 'We'll be
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  25. I enjoy shooting many Smoke in the Woods with Blackjack. He made Pale Rider Gunfighter look easy. At the match he always reminded us to leave some ammo on the tables because he would take the scouts through and let them shoot. He would always say the kids loved shooting the black power rounds. Rest easy Blackjack
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  26. Oh. Given the way the subject line is formatted I thought it was a thread about
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  27. Shot with Black Jack and his daughter once. He'll be missed. Condolences to the family!!
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