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Widder, SASS #59054

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Widder, SASS #59054 last won the day on July 8 2020

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    Oak Ridge Outlaws (Oak Ridge, TN)

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    Maryville, TN
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    Guns: particularly .22 rifles and pistols.
    Varmint hunting

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  1. Call Fast Eddie first and see if he has any available at this time. Your other options are wisely numbered. Best regards ..........Widder
  2. There once was a worker who 'shirked' He thought shirking work would work but because it was more work to shirk work he discovered his shirking wouldn't work. ..........Widder. (Only a pro at shirking work could create such a beautiful poem about it)
  3. Is the statement...... "I got nothing" a paradox or oxymoron? Is the statement...... "I have nothing" a correct statement? To imply you "got" or "have" indicates ownership or possession of 'something'. If you 'got' nothing or if you 'have' nothing, contradicts the usage of "nothing". Our English language is strange...... yet fully understandable to those of us who speak it..... ..........Widder
  4. I was taught: "The dog stood on the burning deck, a ring of fire was around his neck..... Hot Dog". I hated my English classes..... but I know the difference between There, They're, Their. And I kinda know the difference between TO, TOO and TWO. And I know a preposition is the worse word to end a sentence............ with. (I had to do it). ..........Widder
  5. Since I was a kid (back in the 50's and 60's), Thunder Road and Robert Mitchum was always one of my favorite movies/songs. WHY? Because I lived in Knoxville, right close to Kingston Pike, where the REAL character is 'rumored' to have died while running from them revenuers. The story is told of a real person, BUT..... I'm not sure any actual death happed from a crash on Kingston Pike. But those of us who lived close to there thought it must have because it was in the movies... NOPE, I don't actually remember when/or if it happened, but I did live close to that spot, ....."Right outside of Knoxville". ..........Widder
  6. Mad Major, In my 20+ years as a SASS member and Cowboy shooter, the 158 grain bullets are probably the least favorites for our normal match setups. As mentioned in a previous post, the 105 and 125 grainers are the most popular in the .38/.357 caliber. Your loads don't have to kill the steel....... just 'ring' it. Go to the match. Ask questions. And be prepared to shoot a little because you may be invited to shoot a stage or two. And if someone loans you their guns, feel free to use them....along with THEIR ammo. Most of us don't like 'unknown' ammo to be used in our firearms. ..........Widder
  7. Needless to say, but you've probably spent more time and money on all the stuff to remove lead buildup on your revolver then you would have spent on a box of some really good jacketed hunting bullets, or even some gas checked, hard cast bullets for hunting. ..........Widder
  8. Some the the hardest work will be when somebody else tried to 'smith' a gun and failed. Then YOU get that 'reworked' gun to fix. Its one thing to fix a factory 'gremlin'. Its a totally other ballgame to fix an 'owner induced' gremlin. ..........Widder
  9. No doubt, he will be missed. Writers such as he kept my interest in the monthly gun magazines. Enjoyed his articles. Condolences to his family and close friends. ..........Widder
  10. I would do THIS ^^^. first. ..........Widder
  11. Yes, indeed. And the SS is from the factory design. And those .32 H&R mag rifles are rare as a hen's tooth. Rumor has it that only about 600 were ever produced. Once set up right, smoothed, etc........ it can be one of the finest rifles to own and super fun for CAS. ..........Widder
  12. I also consider OG an outstanding feller and great to do business with. Here's wishing a complete and quick healing to his Bunkhouse Boss. God Bless. ..........Widder
  13. Does anyone know much about the CVA Scout barrel availability, AND..... what are some of those calibers. I'd also like to know about where I might find those barrels. Thanks ..........Widder
  14. Hey Slick..... remember me? Your BEST friend up here in TN..... 'Uncle Widder'..... I might have to get me a pair of these in .45 Colt. And I don't even shoot .45's............... but I could learn. ..........Widder
  15. I almost took a nap watching mine..... Gut C. had numerous good, fast runs, as did his brother, Skrap P. It was really fun shooting with them. ..........Widder
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