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Nasty Newt # 7365

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About Nasty Newt # 7365

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  • Birthday 05/30/1948

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    Robbers Roost Vigilantes

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    Ridgecrest, California
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    CAS, guns and shooting, guitar, reading, writing

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  1. I've liked everything Burns has done and I like what country music used to be, so it's on the DVR.
  2. If you don't want to deal with packing and shipping and all that, take it all to a local gun store and have them sell it on consignment. You won't realize as much cash, but it's hassle-free.
  3. Some of this doesn't match up with what Cheryl Rogers wrote in, "Cowboy Princess." But who cares. It's all good.
  4. My wife and I started a Grisham book on tape on a road trip. When he introduced the fourth sub-plot in about a half hour, we were both lost and gave up.
  5. In my opinion, PWB seems to be an OK guy.
  6. Ever watch a MLB game, or a NFL game? Yes, I'm dragging that red herring across the trail. Those umps and refs are paid a lot of money, and they make mistakes. And I believe they are paying attention and doing their best. Of course, every spotter should do their best and understand the benefit of the doubt. And if they're too busy playing grab ass and yukking it up to do the job, remove them. But mistakes are going to be made. There is no way to eliminate human error. That's why shooters sometimes actually miss the target.
  7. We did several BP night shoots when we were doing Defend the Roost. We tried about all of the above, and wound up with floodlights on the downrange side of the set, powered by a generator. Lanterns on the loading and unloading tables. We used black targets with white outlines. You can aim the lights to have it as light or as dark as you want down range.
  8. Rod Serling's intro to the Dodgers and the Yankees, as imagined in the shower after watching the game: "Offered for your consideration one Mr. CC Sabathia, a starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Yankees, all 6 foot 6 and 300 pounds of him, about to take the mound against the Dodgers wearing a solid black uniform and size 20 red cleats. But this mound isn't in Chavez Ravine in Los Angeles, or anyplace else where the game of baseball has ever been played. CC Sabathia is all warmed up, and ready to toe the rubber -- in The Twilight Zone."
  9. I was experiencing the same thing, then I got macular degeneration. Oh well.
  10. We've got one of those here in southern California. Used to shoot there a lot. Never got stuck.
  11. Well, as Yogi Berra said, "When you come to a fork in the road, take it."
  12. I got one last year; wasn't too bad. You know the good folks at the DMV, they looked and looked trying to find a reason to kick me out of the office, but they couldn't find one and reluctantly issued it.
  13. Saw that before, been trying to forget about it. Thanks for nothin', Loophole.
  14. Well, witches ride broomsticks, and that's what Shakespeare's witches said, and...well, it seemed funny at the time.
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