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Chickamauga Slim

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  1. The last time I was called Mr. the judge said, "Mr. Hendricks how do you plead?" Now let's quit high jacking this post and let the man sell his guncart.
  2. Sgt. Hochbauer, I am the Wartrace Regulator's vendor/doorprize deputy. I tried to message you, it wouldn't let me. We'd love to have y'all at Wartarce for any match, but especially the State Match. We are very vendor friendly, let me know how to contact y'all and I will be sure to keep you posted regarding next years match.
  3. ?? Try it again Max, or I'll message you with my email address.
  4. Thanks guys! I don't know why it's not letting me get pm's
  5. I'll take it if you can deliver it to the TN State match. We have several new shooter's looking for gun carts and we like to keep loaners on the range. If she needs the money now I cn mail a check, or pay cash at the range.
  6. I joke a lot, but I don't play games! Yeap, I reckon I'm serious.
  7. Well ok then, I'll take it. PM me where to send the money.
  8. Widder & Slater are 2 of the best of the best in this hobby. List to what they have to say, neither will steer you wrong.
  9. Written by The Wartrace Regulator's own Nantahala Ned, you won't be able to put it down. Great story based upon true events in his life! I do not get a commission or benefit in any way from promoting this tome, I only want to let everyone know about this amazing piece of literature. Based on the real-life experiences of the author, A Leaf in the Stream tells the story of a young history teacher and coach from Indiana who, on a student’s dare, quits his job to walk across the country during the economic turmoil of the Carter years. While set in the late 1970s, the book also delves into the more distant past, as protagonist Jonathan Allen follows the footsteps of westward moving emigrants, including the Donner Party and those who traveled the Santa Fe Trail. Alone, Jonathan faces the terrifying power of a Great Plains lightning storm; the bitter cold of a Rocky Mountain blizzard; the brutal pounding of a desert sandstorm; the terror of an approaching forest fire; and the attack of a gang of violent miscreants. Riddled with self-doubt, he is ultimately forced to confront his demons and finds a hidden inner strength, thanks to the love and support of the many good people he meets along the way.
  10. Humble? Modest? I thought you knew the boy! Congrats to ole TW, he forgot the chicken feet, missed out on TN nanner puddin', but brought home the braggin' rights! I'm ordering a hat stretcher from Denham's just for you amigo!!
  11. If you are interested in Papa Dave's baikal cocking levers I believe we can get you some from his estate. He sold these for $25 per set. If you are interested I'll see if I can get some and get them to you. His website is still up if you want more info on them, www.papadaveguncarts.com . Don't bother trying to contact him though, he has passed from this life.
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