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Moonshine 20515

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About Moonshine 20515

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  • Birthday 04/25/1941

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    20515L
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    Oklahoma Territorial Marshals, Savannah River Rangers, Palmetto Posse

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    History, Shooting

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  1. Correct. Only he wouldn't say it out load .... MS
  2. A good read on Cattle drives "The Log of a Cowboy", available on Amazon is a narrative of a cattle drive taking place in the late 1800's, from south Texas to Montana. Some of the cowboys in this book wore pistols, some did not. Part of the reason Ft Sill was built where it is was to protect cattle drives from hostile Indians. MS
  3. Some books I've read say cowpokes wore sidearms and some say no. In one case I believe in Montana the cowboys were not to have anything on themselves or the horse that would interfere with working cattle. If there was a risk of problems with hostile Indians or rustlers they typically stationed outriders to perform that exact duty. MS
  4. How can you "buy back" something you never owned? Her proposal is wholesale confiscation; regardless of the price offered, plain pure and simple! MS
  5. First thing in the morning I go on line and check the headlines at the NY Times web site. That tells me what the enemy (politically) is doing. Then I pull up the Washington Times to find out what the rest of us are doing. Also check in on WSJ. Take the local paper for the local news. In order to get perspective you must read several sources. A wise sage noted some time back, "the farther a house fire gets from the day it happened the farther left the story will go" MS
  6. Blackeyed pea soup here .... MS
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