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Cypress Sun

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  1. Throw out my cans of miscellaneous small parts???? Never, I tell you...Never!
  2. I would bury it vertically with some form of false floor made out of plastic so the guns in it were not actually resting on the bottom of it. As far as metal detectors, some of them are pretty good, some even have a image screen of what the item resembles. Florida man metal detector confuser...fill your fertilizer spreader with spent primers or steel shot or bb's or a combo of all and have at it. Be sure to water the "fertilizer" in good or pick a day when it's supposed to rain hard the next day.
  3. There is a guy in Florida that does the thrust/punch method. He does not do it where the shooter can see the timer and is completely unobtrusive in every way. He is a very good TO and has been a TO at many matches including State and Regional. As long as it doesn't interfere with the shooter or get into my field of vision, I'm okay with it.
  4. When I was a kid, bow hunting wasn't hard at all. Just went to the closet with the Christmas stuff in it. My mother had a hangup about saving bows. There was probably bows in there from the 1950's and this was in the 1970's.
  5. A classic... How do you catch a unique rabbit? You neque up on him.
  6. It's like talking to a childhood friend that moved away. They'll say "...next to the woods"...ain't been any woods there for the last 30 years.
  7. In that tharn case makes a right.
  8. Heck, probably make a shotgun shell style belt for 8 oz. tomato sauce cans. Them things would hurt.
  9. What would a Llama carry for a firearm? A Llama.
  10. So...what you're saying is...a rifle isn't even needed! T-rexes everywhere rejoice!!!
  11. Oh, come on...it's easy, even Bruce Willis can do it.
  12. Yeah, she can ride herd on Buffalo...but what about CATS!
  13. Yeah, but that's about to change...tick, tock, tick, tock they're on the clock.
  14. Same here, I've never heard "high round count" as a reason to not shoot WB. The most common reason that I've heard is that they don't own, or won't buy, all of the firearms needed to compete in WB. Most CAS shooters owned at least one of the firearms required. The "most owned" guns were; #1 - '97, #2 - 1911 and a far distant #3 - .40 or larger rifle. My reason for not shooting WB then, was that I wasn't going to spend the money on a competitive .45 rifle and reloading gear/components. I had all of the other stuff. My reason for not shooting WB now is, it's dead. I don't think that beyond the WB match at the State Championship that there is any WB matches within the state of Florida. If there is, I haven't heard about them. Some clubs tried to get WB going but due to the rules at the time...mainly the .40 rifle rule...interest was low and the matches simply were sparsely attended and dried up pretty quickly. At this point, I don't see WB making a comeback. I wish them luck...but I'm out.
  15. This rule change should have been made long ago...long before the only part of the WB ship left above the water was the stern and rudder. Good luck to WB but at this point I think it's too late.
  16. That's the way shorts are supposed to be. I won't buy shorts that are at or below the knee, no way. I've had success buying shorts at Sams that are acceptable but shorts that are SHORTS are rare to find.
  17. As AO stated, Antelope probably will not return anytime soon. All driving times are based on starting at Antelope Hernando is this Sunday (1st Sun) 1- 1.25 hr Weewahootie in the 2nd Sat. 2 - 2.5 hr. Lake County is the 3rd Sat. 2 - 2.25 hr. Myakka is the 3rd Sun. 1 - 1.50 hr. Ruskin is the 4th Sun. .75 - 1 hr. There are other matches that are further away also.
  18. Evidently, some folks think they have monetary value... https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p4432023.m570.l1313&_nkw=sass+belt+buckle&_sacat=0
  19. 99.9999999% of the World's population could care less about belt buckles or plaques.
  20. Coincidentally, this was in one of the online news sites that I look at in the morning. The last prison ship in the US is being shut down. Last operating US prison ship, a grim vestige of mass incarceration, set to close in NYC (baynews9.com)
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