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Tyrel Cody

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  1. 10 minutes ago, Captain Bill Burt said:

    Two weeks until the next installment of Range Wars. 


    Will Possum Williams be defeated (again) or will he have his revenge on young BB?  


    Peach Posse, Cracker Crew, or the Vols?


    What happens when a Tennessee hex runs into Kajun voodoo?


    All these questions and more will be answered...  


    You must be using common core math now, two weeks is not 7 days when the fun begins! You are gonna buy me a beer for my birthday right?


    My predictions are:

    Capt. BB beats TN Williams by .666 seconds. 

    Cracker Crew, Vols, Peach Posse.

    Kajun VooDoo fails miserably against Tennesse hex...




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  2. I don't know exactly how fast he was going but I can remember an uncle doing wheelies for quite a long distance and not going fast. Also seen him do them on a bicycle and I'm sure he wasn't going 15mph on those. That was around 35 years ago.  He could do anything on a motorcycle he wanted. Rode a wheelie for probably 3 miles at least once 

  3. 7 hours ago, Branchwater Jack SASS #88854 said:



    In case this isn't clear to everyone, it simply means the top 5 shooters from Florida, Georgia, and Alabama need to slow down this year so they fall into the 6-10 shooter bracket; just trying to help everyone out :ph34r:

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  4. 21 minutes ago, Buck D. Law, SASS #62183 said:

    So, there's a chicken foot on the loose a week and a half before the regional?! Cap'n, I'm gonna need a word with you regarding your irresponsible chicken foot disposal plan. You can watch this repeatedly in preperation of said meeting.


    The last person that possessed it(not me, I'm scared to even look at the thing) said they left it on the bench in front the Livery. @Tennessee williams you might want to go find that thing and dispose of it properly; There's a full moon on the 20th, hope you know the right incantation.

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  5. 1 hour ago, Captain Bill Burt said:

    The chicken foot traveled quite a bit!  It started with TW putting the hex on me and slipping that sucker into my back pocket.  From there I gave it to the Iron Cowboy who slipped it to the Krazy Kajun, who in turn passed it along to Beaudacious.  Beaudacious passed the curse back to the Kajun, who then slipped it onto my gun cart.  At that point I figured we better bring this hex to a close before it got someone hurt, so I left the chicken foot on a table by the gallows.  Where it went from there I don't know.


    It had some powerful hex forces though as the recipients racked up 3 procedurals, 17 misses (at least) untold number of shotgun makeups and untold number of jacked out rifle rounds. 


    I've heard bear mace is a powerful anti-hexing agent, so I plan to bring some to the regional and spray anyone carrying a chicken foot in my vicinity or the vicinity of my gear!  I'm looking at you 'Possum Williams'


    Won't work. In his efforts to become his idol(Davy Crockett; remember he killed 103  one year) he's been spraying himself with bear mace and become impervious to it.  He thinks he's supposed to wear the mace like aftershave, but that's not really how it works; small wonder he ain't been mauled yet...


    Y'all need to quit messing with them chicken feet(and white possums) though, something bad's gonna happen. Heck Tennessee or Alabama might slip in and win the trail driver award or something crazy like that. I think I better get Scarlett to sprinkle some special anti-hexing dust as she flies over the range.






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  6. 17 minutes ago, Tennessee williams said:

      Funny story. One stage, my rifle locked up(luckily with only 1 rd left in it). When I got back to my gun cart, a chicken foot had found its way back to me. I figure Cap'n BB paid someone to doctor it up for him.:ph34r:


    We're trying to figure out who put the chicken foot on Leadbone's cart?


    He found it at the livery and shot better the rest of the match.

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  7. 13 minutes ago, Captain Bill Burt said:

    Lol. Me shoot BP for a stage at Ambush? Nope, but I’ll be shooting Frontiersman in the black powder match.

    Can't pull one over on y'all, :lol:


    I don't think I'll get there in time for the BP match, so good luck! Remember only one hand on revolvers for Frontiersman ;)


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  8. 18 minutes ago, Captain Bill Burt said:

    Bama will win out, beat Georgia in the SEC championship and Saban will pick up another ring in January. You heard it here first.


    I concur; it's disappointing too(not that I want Georgia to take it all either):(


    If you'd like to cheer me up and get me a birthday present(10/21) I'd ask that you and Branchwater trade ammo for one stage at Ambush; that ought to get TW 3-5 seconds on you and it'll help me gain a few seconds on BJ...:ph34r:

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  9. 15 minutes ago, Roscoe Regulator said:

    An 1873 Winchester Cowboy Special would be fitted to optimally shoot 38 Special, short stroked and with minimal springs, game-ready right from the box. There would also be a junior size for smaller ladies and for youngsters. Barrel and tube length would be only long enough for 10 rounds of 38 Special. I share this without any notion that it could actually happen. Ammo could be crimped in the groove at standard COL and function perfectly, which means one could use commercially loaded ammo.


    Yeah but I was talking about an 1883 Colt Burgess Replica

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