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Rowdy Ranger Rick

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    Cowboy ,IPSC, USPSA, gardening, model railroading, kids/family, our pets

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  1. I Have shot the TRR8 in a couple USPSA matches, and shot both S&W Performance Center's TRR8 and 327 in GADPA matches (TRR8 open carry, 327 concealed carry, shooting .38 Short Colt in both). I love both. I have the Ruger Redhawk .45 LC/.45 ACP (I like multiple bullet/ammo options), and like it a bunch. Have shot the GP100 10 shot .22 in Steel Challenge matches. I'm not fast, but enjoy the variety, target arrays, and fun. Overall, I prefer Rugers. RRR
  2. I like my tea strong and unsweetened, restaurants have weak tea. I drink about 3 quarts of tea every day as well as water and occasional 'zero type' soft drink. I heat water in a quart canning jar, 3 1/2 minutes in microwave, then 4-6 individual cup tea bags, steeped 5 minutes or longer. I drink this as hot tea, or pour into drinking glass with ice for iced tea. In the same jar I'll use a gallon tea bag and 2-3 individual cup tea bags(or 8-10 individual bags) for 1/2 gallon of tea adding water and ice to fill 1/2 gallon jug. I like all the various flavors, herbal teas, and I mix them. I might drink caffeinated first half of day and decaf 2nd half. I like all the Celestial Seasonings teas, Rooibos, Oolong, green/white, and English/Irish teas. Do not squeeze black tea bags if you want to limit that bitterness taste. You can squeeze all others. Unsweetened tea takes a little getting used to, and I do enjoy sweet tea sometimes when eating out. Waitress once told me unsweetened tea was like drinking muddied water, and Rooibos, Oolong, and Pau d'Arco teas are a little on the woody/earthy side of flavor. When I come in from hunting (sitting on the side of a cold tree in Winter) a quart of strong hot tea is really nice. RRR
  3. A little slow sometimes getting to important scenes. More graphic than I like Westerns to be. I liked the deputy and the female doctor (she was a favorite in Cinemax's "Banshee"). RRR
  4. I'll take... 3. ALL .32 DIES (7. $35 (10. $12 (15. $25 11. SCOOP SET $2 x $6= $12 14. flip trays (all) x $1 =? Let me know total. RRR
  5. The news article is mostly about applying pressure on businesses, but included in the article was a brief reference showing Democratic legislation can also be very subtle for other goals such as requiring "banks and credit card companies to automatically provide transaction data to federal authorities". Can gun purchase records be compiled outside of ATF? RRR
  6. https://www.foxnews.com/us/us-banks-financial-institutions-severing-ties-gun-industry It's non-stop, the left and gun control. I try to avoid buying anything related to guns and ammo with credit cards or electronic transfers (PayPal). RRR
  7. Here's a SASS thread I found... I donate blood at Red Cross blood drives every 2 months, as mentioned above, but I don't know if that helps. When I go in for my yearly physical, I request my lead levels be checked every 2 years. Last year it was below 10. RRR
  8. Check your local gun range for IDPA matches. Some require membership, most welcome nonmembers with maybe slightly higher entry fee. Shoot a match every month, watch other shooters for pointers. Most matches have 6-8 stages with each stage trying to be a real life situation. You can shoot either as open carry or conceal carry, great practice and loads of fun. Bring lots of ammo. RRR
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