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Widder, SASS #59054

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  1. If I were a Liberal from Alabama, I think I would buy a Lottery ticket. Sooner or later, your luck has gotta get better..... ..........Widder
  2. Congrats to Clemson and all their fans, supporters, etc... Bama played a good game but they seem kinda 'lack luster'. I'm not any kinda football wizard, but I felt like their offence was missing Kiffin (and I'm not a Kiffin fan). ..........Widder
  3. Have bottles serve the Clemson fan a Shirley Temple. The Alabama fan can have a shot of Jack black. ..........Widder
  4. SIG P220 Dark Elite in 10mm Hi Standard Victor .22 S&W Model 41 .22 Varmint rifle in 6mm BR Box car of ammo New Truck ..........Widder
  5. Thanks EVERYONE. I checked out the website info and although it appears that their specialty is 'engraving and checkering', I will probably contact them about 'stippling'. Thanks again. ..........Widder
  6. FIREBALL, YES, my SBH 'Hunter' has the standard plow handle grip frame. The grip panels are the real pretty greenish/black laminate. Mine is in .45 Colt and it was factory at 7.5". BUT, I had Mag Na Port cut it to roughly 5.5" to be even with the ejector shroud. Its a slobbernocker to shoot, especially with some the hot stuff. ..........Widder
  7. Sincerest Condolences to Montana PD and family. She obviously was a blessing to know and be around. God Bless. ..........Widder
  8. Was your feud over something worthwhile like a pig? ..........Widder
  9. Howdy Wyatt. I couldn't think of a better description although stippling does have a specific 'design'. Anyhow, there is a difference between stippling and checkering. ..........Widder
  10. Family feuding is the reason I stay out of Massachusetts......Bunker Hill was my uncle..... ..........Widder
  11. If John Podesta sees this, he will probably reply very fast. ..........Widder
  12. That was interesting. I wonder how many of them had serious back problems later in life..... plus I wonder how old some of them lived. That kind of work would probably kill me before lunch time..... ..........Widder
  13. Thanks PAT...yes, that is what I refer to as 'stippling'. Checkering is an 'organized' pattern where stippling has no set pattern. Larsen and Chief Rick: Thanks for the recommendation. ..........Widder
  14. Who does good laser 'stippling' on wood? If ya got any good recommendations, post em please. If ya got any that I need to stay away from, send me a PM. THANKS ..........Widder
  15. I like 'Kitty' best of all. My brother in law has one of Kitty's sisters in his harem. Nice... real nice. ..........Widder
  16. I like Costner in his movies, but I agree. Costner doesn't carry a 'character' like Duvall does. Of course, this is just my opinion. I liked that mini series but it did drag on somewhat. Besides, my boss (before I retired), is a Hatfield. She married into that same 'Hatfield' blood line. It made watching the mini series a little more interesting. ..........Widder
  17. Ruff Kut, I sent you a PM, which you can reply. ..........Widder
  18. You must have the luck of a Baptist..... Very nice looking pistol. YEP, it does look new. I don't even see any ring on the cylinder. ..........Widder
  19. Praise or not, if it actually occurred, I don't think Travis was looking for praise or admiration. Heck, I was just commenting on the movie. Anyhow, the story of the Alamo has been told in a handful of ways. So how do we know the real details of what we see from Hollywood. As mentioned above, there are stories of Davy Crockett's death in various manners, even taken back to Mexico. Do we really know if Crockett pulled out his fiddle and played one evening that helped detour a cannon barrage? Hollywood sure made it look nice. ..........Widder
  20. Why would someone of Davy Crockett's reputation, experience, etc..... ever succumb to such a task unless he truly believed in the cause with a lot of respect for the man in charge...Travis. Crockett and his fellow Tennesseans knew what was going on. And they must have had some respect for Travis to 'bet their lives' on his decision to make a stand at the Alamo. My uneducated guess is that Travis must have been one heck of a man who displayed leadership with authority, yet also deserving of respect of those who stood with him at the Alamo. Doesn't sound like a jerk to me. Bes
  21. I shouldn't post this info because it might stir up a hornets nest with some folks scampering to modify the Marlin 1894. But Deuce brings up a very interesting topic. Lets look at an 1894 conversion into a 9mm chambering. Personally, I would start with either an 1894 in .32 H&R mag or a .32-20 The rim diameter of the 9mm is .394 * The rim diameter of the .32 H&R is .375 * The rim diameter of the .32-20 is .408 * *ref Speer reloading manual The timing on the .32 H&R mag is already 'close' to accommodate the OAL of your standard 9mm length ammo. Actually, the t
  22. That is why my most favorite 'hunting' is varmint during the summer. Love sitting under a nice shade tree, rifles resting on some sandbags on the truck hood, cooler full of cold Pepsi, Baloney samich and chips in a poke, and snickers candy bar for snacking. All this set up at the edge of a huge field called home to a few groundhogs with an occasional crow & coyote wondering into the 'Waterloo' zone. ..........Widder
  23. Sounds like you deserve a 'Congratulations'. As you probably already know, sometimes its only 1 or 2 little Gremlins that need to be smoothed out to give you that 'real nice' rifle you've worked so hard on. Good job. p.s. - is the OAL length giving you a 'Marlin jam' problem or a feeding problem? If its the Marlin Jam problem, give me a call and I can probably help you eliminate that little gremlin. No, it won't be sending me the rifle but rather something you can do to fix it. h: 865 / 336-2339 c: 865 / 696-1996 ..........Widder
  24. About the ONLY thing I would consider doing on a cold winter morning is maybe venture into a rabbit field, w/dogs of course. Walking a field for rabbits allows you to be well clothed, gloved, warm boots, etc..... AND, never far from the vehicle where some warm coffee or hot chocolate awaits. There's just something magical about an early morning rabbit hunting venture with a few friends and dogs. ..........Widder
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