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Widder, SASS #59054

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  1. What made you post that video/song? It IS one of my favorites. ..........Widder
  2. Well, I was considering it after I talk to the other Council members to get their input. There would certainly have to be some definite qualifications and requirements. Stay tune! ..........Widder
  3. band-aid. I have some large caliber revolvers that I shoot some hefty loads. Either the band aid or a glove serves me well to help keep the trigger guard from busting against my middle finger knuckle. ..........Widder
  4. Thanks McQuade. Its kinda funny that here in the USA, some folks render "dame" recognition as an insult or belittling. ..........Widder
  5. When the queen designates a man to 'Knighthood' status, they are a "Knight". Has there ever been a female counterpart and if so, what was their status designation? ..........Widder
  6. That snake really don't need an I.D. cause everybody knows just looking at it that its a snake. ..........Widder
  7. It might be a young corn snake (grey corn snake) If the scales on its belly are DIVIDED from anal to tail, its non-poisonous. If the scales on its belly are straight from anal to tail, its poisonous. I wouldn't kill it just yet. ..........Widder
  8. Hey Doc. I can finger pick a 12-string guitar (Ovation electric) But mostly, I like the 6 string. Still feel like I'm learning something new everyday. ..........Widder
  9. Howdy Eyesa. We are doing fine and so far, we have been able to steer clear of the Covid. I'm recovering fairly well from surgery. I'm beginning to understand why the doctor says it takes a few months, up to a year, to get recovered back to normal. (yes, Scarlett carries Clean Shot in 5# jugs) ..........Widder
  10. Creeker my friend, all your examples and comparisons aren't going to change any minds or opinions. Cause everybody knows that a good pair of tennis shoes will not help ya walk better on hot pavement over being barefooted..... ..........Widder
  11. Just because a soldier isn't fighting the battle in the foxhole does not mean he is excused from giving support to those in the foxhole. ..........Widder
  12. Howdy EYESA. Hope you are doing well. I use Clean Shot in my .32's, 9mm and I think I've used it in my C45S rounds, although I don't shoot those often. MY OPIN: great powder. It meters like liquid mercury... It is very consistent in its metering, probably more so than any powder I've ever used, which includes AA#9, H110 and Power Pistol. AND, it is very consistent in its velocity performance. And unlike Clays, it doesn't seem to be temperature sensitive. Although we are very good friends, I buy my powder from Scarlett and my comments are no
  13. I agree with some of the post on this thread..... Good topic, Jedi Creeker. ..........Widder
  14. I own and shoot the P229 in .357 SIG caliber. YES, it is a LEGEND and a darn fine pistol. I also own a P320, but it ain't a LEGEND. I find the LEGEND very accurate, smooth and flawless in function. I love the feel of the grips. ..........Widder
  15. Good post, Randy. I'm in it for fun also. And nothing is more fun than running up the backside of TN Williams and doing a tap dance on his hide, then leave him choking in a cloud of dust............ ..........Widder
  16. PB Lube is no joking matter. Red Knee uses it exclusively. As for a great SG for CAS, don't overlook the 97..... ..........Widder
  17. Snake Oil George has been busy working overtime trying to teach Red Knee how to shoot an 1897 shotgun..... Its a full time job. He is still active in 'some' gunsmithing work. ..........Widder
  18. I can't believe I read this whole thread for nothing...... absolutely nothing. I already know'd about that Gee-O-Nomitree stuff. ..........Widder
  19. ADVISE: you don't want 'bucket' holsters for short barreled revolvers. Get a holster that will give your gun a 'snug' fit. I shoot 3" barreled Ruger Vaq and although the holsters are not tight, they are snug and keeps the revolvers from 'bouncing out' while moving on the stage. ..........Widder
  20. He fought a courageous fight against overwhelming odds with that type cancer. He was open and honest about it because he knew he had millions of fans concerned about his health. My wife don't watch much TV, but she sure was a Jeopardy fan and liked Alex. May God Bless and may he rest in peace. ..........Widder
  21. DOC, I think you are 100% correct. The repair person probably just had to ensure that inner chassis had not been damaged from the OOB, replace needed parts, and ship back to its proud daddy. I hope they can figure out the cause of the OOB situation. When something like that happens, especially with the power of the 357 sig cartridge, it ain't pleasant and can be intimidating. Other than a .22 rimfire, the .357 Sig is the lightest powered cartridge that I shoot. I just hope my 10mm and 460 Rowland never experiences an OOB. Wanna know a littl
  22. And don't forget the "Keep Fingers Away" warning etched on the inside of the ejection port cover... ..........Widder
  23. I've heard the same thing. And I think Henry Repeating Arms does the same with their rifles. ..........Widder
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