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Dogmeat Dad, SASS #48563L

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  1. Talked to him several times in the past when he came to the Mason Dixon Stampede and shot with him once down in Florida. He was definitely one of those folks that leaves such a positive impression on you that you remember him. He will be missed by everyone that he came in contact with. RIP Papa Dave
  2. It is with great sadness that I report of the passing of Chuckaroo's wife Sassy Buttons and Bows. While she was not a shooter, she was at every match, helped with registration and awards, and was an integral part of both the Damascus Wildlife Rangers and the Thurmont Rangers clubs since their inception. Her Cowboy Spirit will be missed at each and every event. Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still Loved, still missed, and very dear. May she Rest In Peace, and may God grant Chuckaroo comfort in the days ahead. The following was sent out by Chuckaroo this morning. My wife and best friend of over 53 years passed away quietly in her sleep on Sunday. It is something I was not prepared for. Every day we kissed good morning, good night and every time I went out and when I got home. I know she would appreciate it if all of her friends hugged their loved ones and told them that they love them. Express your love while you can. Her cowgirl alias was Sassy Buttons and Bows, she was every bit her alias. My heart is broken and I miss her deeply. We are planning a celebration of life, to be held at the Izaak Walton League at a future date. I will let you know when those arrangements have been made. Chuckaroo
  3. Awesome! Now all of my mistakes will be preserved for posterity on the internet!
  4. One again, your craftsmanship is exemplary. Next to your work, my cart would barely qualify as firewood!
  5. This will be our first excursion to this match and we are looking forward to it. Never could seem to get it on our schedule as it conflicted with the match at our home club, but that changed last year. Would have made it in 2020, but Covid hit. The range is just outside of comfortable driving range for Day 2 so we booked a room for Saturday Night at SureStayPlus by Best Western in Berkley Springs. Hope it's a decent place, can't trust the internet reviews for anything anymore. Looking forward so seeing some old friends, meeting some new friends, and visiting a new range!
  6. Moved here from what appears to be a duplicate thread. Not a direct answer to your question, but I will note that the cups on the Federal shotgun primers are set a couple thousanths deeper (.003" to .004" on the batch I measured) than on Winchester. I know that it has cause a few folks to have rounds that failed to fire. My TTN doesn't seem to care, but my wife's Stoger doesn't like the Federals.
  7. This appears to be a duplicate thread. Response moved to other thread.
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