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Birdgun Quail, SASS #63663

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About Birdgun Quail, SASS #63663

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  • Birthday 09/27/1946

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    Marana, Arizona
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    Christian, 15mm Napoleonic & WWII Miniature Wargaming, Chess, Upland Bird Hunting

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  1. Rich? If you are an American, today living in the United States of America, you are rich. As an American, I feel rich. Since I'm an American, I laugh a lot at today's politics.
  2. If I have left over rellenos, I'll warm them up in the microwave and eat with my morning eggs! Sometimes I'll hurt myself because they're sooooo good.
  3. There are literally hundreds of Mexican restaurants in the Tucson area. My favorite Mexican restaurant here is Goyita's. Goyita's is more spicy than most restaurants but soooo good! I get the large combo. Two chicken tacos, two red sauce cheese enchiladas, chili relleno, beans & rice. I ask for one sunny-side-egg on top of my enchiladas. Th chips and salsas are great too!! https://www.goyitasnmcuisine.com/ If you are in the Tucson area, try Goyita's. If you like Mexican, you'll love their food!!!
  4. Chili Rellenos are my favorite Mexican food dish. I've learned just this year to make my own chili rellenos basically using the recipe below. The batter in this recipe is perfect!! In place of the Anaheim chili, I use roasted & peeled mild Hatch's green chili we bought right after the harvest. Also, I vary the cheeses I use. Sometimes I use a Monterey Jack, or Colby, or Chedder, or a combination of cheeses. Next, find a salsa or a red sauce you like to pour over the rellenos. Sometimes I'll serve with a sunny-side-up egg on top. What a delicious cholesterol bomb!!! Recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/219646/authentic-mexican-chili-rellenos/
  5. My wife is going to buy a 1851 Navy cap & ball Revolver for me as my Christmas gift. She wants me to pick it out for myself. It is to replace a Pietta Navy I eventually threw in the trash. Pietta 1851 revolvers ($275) are less expensive than Uberti 1851 revolvers ($355). Which would you recommend? Background: Back sometime in the early 1990's, I bought a Pietta 1851 Navy revolver and it was of such poor quality that it's action became inoperable. It wouldn't even stay cocked. I eventually broke the revolver apart and put it into separate trashes. So I have trepidation on buying a Pietta. But I believe I've heard that the Pietta of today is not the same quality as when I bought a Pietta almost 30 years ago. My SASS pistols and rifle are Uberti firearms and they have served me most satisfactorily. I have a nice display box, 36 caliber balls, powder, caps, wads, and powder flask, but no revolver. I now am going to replace that Navy revolver. It will not be used for SASS. Recommendations please!!!
  6. My wife is going to buy a 1851 Navy cap & ball Revolver for me as my Christmas gift. She wants me to pick it out for myself. It is to replace one I eventually threw out in the trash. Pietta 1851 revolvers ($275) are less expensive than Uberti 1851 revolvers ($355). Which would you recommend? Background: Back sometime in the early 1990's, I bought a Pietta 1851 Navy revolver and it was of such poor quality that it's action became inoperable. It wouldn't even stay cocked. I eventually broke the revolver apart and put it into separate trashes. So I have trepidation on buying a Pietta. But I believe I've heard that the Pietta of today is not the same quality as when I bought a Pietta almost 30 years ago. My SASS pistols and rifle are Uberti firearms and they have served me most satisfactorily. I have a nice display box, 36 caliber balls, powder, caps, wads, and powder flask, but no revolver. I now am going to replace that Navy revolver. It will not be used for SASS. Recommendations please!!!
  7. Wonderful. Absolutely wonderful. Yul, I can't imagine how you feel. Merry Christmas!!!
  8. I enjoyed The Irishman also. It's about a truck driver that "paints houses."
  9. My dog tags (1966-1989) didn't have any scripture written on them, (I know this may come as a big surprise to many here) but my tags did have stamped on them "SO BAPTIST." Isn't having one's Christian denomination stamped on one's personal dog tags more blatantly advocating a particular religion than having a scripture verse? IN GOD WE TRUST
  10. Isn't he cute. But all puppies are cute. Well....maybe not.
  11. One day is sufficient. Don't get your hopes up too much. There's not a lot to see unless you like shopping. Several good western clothing stores and one could completely outfit oneself for SASS. The Good Enough mine is of mild interest. For me, the most interesting place is Boot Hill. Better place than Tombstone is "Old Tucson Studios" in Tucson. If you dress in your SASS costume and present your SASS membership card, you are admitted free to Old Tucson Studios.
  12. Not only have I never seen that; I've never even heard of it!!
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