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Hashknife Cowboy

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Hashknife Cowboy last won the day on December 6 2016

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About Hashknife Cowboy

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  • Birthday 01/01/1957

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    Flagstaff, AZ
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    Traditional Archery<br />Elk Hunting<br />Fly Fishing<br />Horses /> Member-Hashknife Pony Express Ride and Retired LEO

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  1. I was getting fuel at a truck stop west of Phoenix and I asked the young lady if they had a RV dump station. She turned and looked at another employee and asked if RV dump still worked here. She was educated by the other employee who also sent me to the nearest dump station...... Life on the road.....
  2. Never had the desire or the situation where I wanted to call it quits. 98% of the folks are great and the 2% I just ignore. I only wish those percentages were elsewhere in life..... Long live all cowboys and cowgirls, and those who aspire to be.
  3. You do not want to be in possession of a stolen firearm anywhere in the US. Every state has specific statutes that apply. Once you have knowledge it is stolen you are obligated to contact your local police and will have to turn it in, yes you will lose your money. They will ask how you came upon it, hopefully you have that information to eliminate personal liability. All stolen firearms that have a serial number are stored within the NCIC data base. Every law enforcement agency has access to the data base and only Law Enforcement can access it. The recovering agency has to make an effor
  4. Worn only once.....Scully 221 leather jacket. Excellent condition, $100.00 and I get the shipping. Size XXL. dr3498@hotmail.com https://www.amazon.com/Scully-Fringed-Leather-Jacket-Bourbon/dp/B005DIH4RG/ref=asc_df_B005DIH4RG/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312657528938&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=17351786267948073766&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9030291&hvtargid=pla-568860992380&psc=1
  5. Regrets pertaining to shooting: I wish I hadn't sold that 5 inch S&W model 28 and about that S&W model 66 that arrived with no rifling within the barrel, wish I hadn't sent it back to S&W. Along with the Ruger Model 77 Mannlicher in .308.
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  7. I would never consider tying myself to the saddle or in most cases tie someone else to the saddle. I know some do and have for a variety of reasons but my fear is if the horse goes down you will most likely be pinned beneath a 1000 pound animal. The outcome will be life changing. As far as falling asleep in the saddle, a large number of us who have been riding for many hours will find that the rocking motion and warm sun will put you to sleep in short order.
  8. I kept a Pentax K1000 and a few lenses. Great film camera but it is an antique by today standards. Every once and a while I will shoot some film, but the price is not cheap. Kodachrome was wonderful in its era.....
  9. For Sale: $1000.00 Marlin 1894 Limited Edition ( 1 of 1500) , 45 Colt. Engraved receiver, 20 inch barrel, brass saddle ring, high gloss walnut stock with checkering. Was never used in CAS, it unmodified and has a small blemish in stock at the comb where it begins the downward slope into the grip. Rifle is in excellent condition and comes with original box. I will get shipping to lower 48. dr3498@hotmail.com
  10. The ashtray and cigarette lighters were popular in cars from the '50s and '60s and became a staple for the interior for years after that. It wasn't until the '90s that automakers started phasing them out altogether.
  11. Go shoot! Pretty guns are made to use. Just start, you do not need to shoot lots, just do it and have fun...... Go to a shoot and get pointers and become a part of it, welcome aboard.
  12. Wyatt Earp’s Dropped Gun Incident Case Two: No less a legendary lawman than Wyatt Earp experienced a dropped gun accidental discharge. In what is probably the most detailed biography of Earp, Wyatt Earp: A Biography of the Legend, veteran historian and acknowledged gun expert Lee Silva researched a news clipping from the time, that he quoted in Volume 1: The Cowtown Years. Silva found it in the Jan. 12, 1876 edition of the Wichita Beacon. It read, “Last Sunday night, while policeman Earp was sitting with two or three others in the back room of the Custom House Saloon, his revolver sli
  13. You might want to complete an environmental impact study first....just saying.
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