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Widder, SASS #59054

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  1. Showing my age: A lot of the pictures above reminded me of Broadrick Crawford in 'Highway Patrol' and his little pistol that he carried. Thanks for the memories. ..........Widder
  2. You'll find yourself on 'GO FUND ME' come Christmas and B'Days for the next few years..... Congratulations on those Grandbabies. I don't have any Grandkids but back in 93 when my daughter was born (and only child), I bought her a brand new Winchester 9422. When she turned 10, we went out and shot it. She is 27 now and she still owns that rifle and shoots it occasionally. It still looks brand new and functions flawless. If Canadian law allows, pick em out a good firearm for future ownership. They may appreciate it more than you re
  3. Bisley Joe, Although we've never crossed paths, I have heard of you. Dust it up all you want. The rest of us just need to remember that it takes 2 to tango. ..........Widder
  4. Red Knee preferes 'Widder's Premium Chunky' in his 97..... ..........Widder
  5. I like a good prank..... BUT, I never mess with anyone's clothes or food or inject a safety issue. That being stated, TN Williams and I have devised a prank to pull on his Better Half. In the next few days, he will call me on the phone BEFORE she gets in his truck. He and I will remain TOTALLY silent as she gets in his truck. His phone will be on speaker and I will be able to hear their conversations. At some point, I will whisper her name. I might even whisper it a couple times. When she ask him what he wants, he will deny saying anything. As t
  6. Water displacement: WD40 Cleaning and penetrant: 50/50 mixture of Marvels Mystery Oil and WD40. Lube options: Strike Hold, Lucas Gun Oils (I like the red), Mobil 1 0-20 synthetic. Grease: Lucas Gun Grease, Mobil 1 synthetic (red) As other have stated, please don't use WD40 as a lube. It IS NOT a rust preventative nor lubricant. Its a slick penetrant. ..........Widder
  7. THE GOOD: I survived open heart surgery. The real good part is that they had to open me back up 3 times to stop internal bleeding after the surgery was over and I was stapled back up. They had to remove wiring, etc..... to open me up, give me lots of blood, etc..... Still healing but doing well. THE BAD: poor Red Knee. The surgery didn't slow me down! ..........Widder
  8. That is phenomenal. Especially to draw a glass jar such as that. ..........Widder
  9. Don't WE ALL look and favor certain colors on our guns? Even many Cowboy shooters pay extra for certain grips, fancy grips, white grips, real and/or fake ivory grips, etc..... Most of my guns are black in color, with some of them 2-tone black/stainless. ..........Widder
  10. JEDI Creeker, your efforts to continually learn and supply the mainstream shooters with the right stuff is commendable. And, I agree with your 'entertainment' value of our matches should be a priority. WE, the shooter, are the entertainment also. Watching a speed demon burn it down or just a mid range BP shooter fill the air with smoke is very entertaining, regardless of stage design and scenerio. BUT, for the actual shooter under the clock, the stage should be such as to let them run it at their abilities, not held back by unthoughtful restriction
  11. Me thinks its a staged picture. Hope so. ..........Widder
  12. Life can be strange. Sometimes we don't recognize those little 'nuggets' till nearly midnight in our life. Although Karen was never one of my favorites while growing up, her voice and songs become more memorable and cherished as years go by. Here is one of those memorable 'nuggets' of mine worth sharing with my Wire Pards on this rainy Monday morning here in E.Tennessee. Hope you enjoy. ..........Widder
  13. With A LOT of folks moving out of Cal., will it be easy for you to sell your property? ..........Widder
  14. I didn't cry, but I sure had a BIG LUMP in my throat at the ending of American Sniper. I almost stood up to salute during the funeral procession. ..........Widder
  15. I've bought about 5 in the past for my Ruger 10/22's and Marlin model 60's. Indeed, great stocks and great delivery times. ..........Widder
  16. That deserves a Roscoe..... ..........Widder
  17. If THE REAL reason for the Primer shortage is because of the quantity of hunting ammo at this time, then we should see Primers back on the shelf by spring time because basic major hunting seasons will be over. We'll see! ..........Widder
  18. Actually, those gift cards are given to me by MY friends, both of them, and I use them until about .50 cents remains on the balance. I send them to TN so he can finish up the balance. "Never judge a Nanner Split by the melting of the ice cream"..... Widder ..........Widder
  19. Extraction and Ejection are 2 separate actions. A Marlin can Extract a round completely out of the chamber but if something is wrong with its Ejector or a couple other situations, it won't always Eject the round or empty case. ..........Widder
  20. Sorri Pards. I get numerous questions and advice on Marlins, Henry .22's, Shotgun 97 practice techniques, JEDI GFer's, equipment and accessories, ....... etc. Being retired can be a busy profession..... ..........Widder
  21. Raylan, I have so many fond memories of youth and teenage years I can't list them all. But I gotta say your description of sunset mirrored MANY of my younger years here in E.Tennessee. Here's wishing you many more happy and peaceful sunsets. ..........Widder
  22. Actually, she's within the law. Apparently, somewhere back in history, it was made legal for a representative to carry a pistol in Washington and on capitol grounds. Atleast thats my understanding of what has been previously stated by Fox news. ..........Widder
  23. Howdy Yul. I deleted a couple message. If you ever want to email me, feel free: widder1894@icloud.com ..........Widder
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