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Dutch Wheeler

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  1. HUH... I need to focus better, I read the title as Beer Cup Cake! Thought I'd find a cool new recipe!
  2. I find this hard to believe. A photo of the barrel would be helpful. "Now that he has there is no Rifling in it." What was he shooting? Could the barrel now be leaded up?
  3. There is a brass version available on line, like the one in the OP photo... https://sirjacks.com/products/brass-cigar-ashtray-match-striker
  4. Better than going BANG when you just close it, like my daughter's does!
  5. I don't know. I was just making a comment after reviewing the photos.
  6. And there is no admission cost! If you have knee arthritis, be sure to take some Aleve before you start, it is a lot of walking and standing on concrete.
  7. OMG! That is a brilliant idea! Too bad obtaining dry ice is not very convenient.
  8. Yep, it means that if you live in California, your are just F@#$ed!
  9. Expect that it might be an interesting read, but you have to have a subscription to read it!
  10. When it comes to Home Depot, I typically shop online, order online, and take advantage of free curbside pickup. Let them do the shopping and haul it our and load it in my car. I have done that with everything from home goods to bird seed and mulch. A lot less frustrating!
  11. What if they have a brain fart and don't holster until the sixth shot? Would there be a penalty or still okay?
  12. Primarily used to cover the smell of smoking pot!
  13. Now that the "mask mandate" is over, we can go back to licking our fingers to get those damn things open!
  14. Did it work? I's sure more than a few who hang-out here would be interested!
  15. I bought a pair of Ruger Single Six back in 2012, and the .22 Magnum cylinders were included.
  16. Okay, I Googled it. I think I got it now, and actually understand why that technique started. If you were hunting in the woods during the 19th century, you likely carried a muzzleloader rifle that used round ball bullets. It was a suitable weapon that worked for most big game--squirrels were a different story. Shooting a squirrel with a projectile from a muzzleloader would turn the small animal into a pile of mush. So, they had to come up with a way of hunting squirrels without shooting them directly. Alas, "Barking a Squirrel" was born!
  17. I'm still trying to truly figure out the effectiveness of this technique.
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