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    Valliant, OK
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    shooting, photography, music(celtic esp)

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  1. Only non scoped rifle I ever shot MOA with.
  2. Watching the butcher pen at a rattlesnake roundup is interesting. The headless, skinned carcasses will work their way out of the bucket and start crawling across the floor.
  3. Sad, but YouTube is much more informative than owners manuals.
  4. When I was in college at Lawton some summer ROTC students dropped a couple of 105 rounds into a parking lot of a restaurant a bit east of Medicine Park. No one injured, but a lot of scared diners. My Ecology class was going on a field trip to the Wichita Mts, driving up the road from Cache. Artillery were set up on the east side of the road (Bear Camp Eagle)and firing west. Did you know a 105 is loud when fired over your head? It literally rocked the pickup In which I was a passenger.
  5. Ever wonder how that half section got to Ft Sill? The Army moved it all from Ft Sam Houston to Ft Sill in 1939. That’s Sawyer’s and my Father on the second horse as they were leaving Ft Sam Houston.
  6. I've had several telescopes through the years, most of them junk. This was by far my favorite. It doesn't have high magnification, but the field of view and clarity were amazing. Ease of use was another huge factor. Sadly they are no longer made, so you'd have to buy used. Edmund Astroscan. A few years ago I bought a Celestron 102mm refractor. Views of Jupiter and Saturn had huge amounts of coma. I called back and asked why, they told me I also needed some filter that goes over the eyepiece. PO'd me royally. My biggest problem with most telescopes is you have to be a contortionist to use them. The higher in the sky an object is, the worse it is to look at. Not so with the Astroscan.
  7. I still have mixed feelings about the masks, however the other day I was at the local Walmart when a surprise sneeze hit me. I literally coated the inside of my mask with nasty things. Had I not been wearing a mask I would have coated everything within 10 feet with nasty things. So I am a bit more of a believer now.
  8. Uglier than a half empty glass of buttermilk.
  9. Bowed up like a Halloween Cat! Busier than a one legged man in a rat stompin contest. Quieter than a mouse pissin’ on a cotton ball.
  10. Caprock Canyons in the Panhandle is a really nice spot. Drove through the area once, but didn't have time to stop. I'd love to go back.
  11. Not exceptionally bright, but good enough for four second exposures. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.scientificamerican.com/article/comet-neowise-could-be-spectacular-heres-how-to-see-it/%3famp=true
  12. What would it matter whether your feet were together or apart? Arranged by accident??
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