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The Shoer 27979

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About The Shoer 27979

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  • Birthday 05/12/1959

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    27979 life
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Ukiah gun club Ukiah, Ca.(<<-always) River City Regulartors, and soon to be a member of Roop County Cowboys (as soon as I can start shooting again)

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    Fernley, Nevada
  • Interests
    guns,horses,old west, old trucks

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  1. I'll give you a hair cut hardpan , anything for a friend
  2. Not trying to be a smartass with you 40 but a dehydrated works real good
  3. What Ike said, plus if you go up hwy 1 Fort Ross is an old Russian fort that is from the early 1800 and very very well preserved we worth the time to check out
  4. What Yul said, I have plans for 3 or 4 styles
  5. your guys definition of wreck eggs are slightly different then mine. before I joined the Army, I worked at a egg processing plant also at a poultry processing plant at different times. At the egg plant we would do about 3000+ cases a day. Sometimes the line would back up or the machine would break and there would be wreck eggs everywhere
  6. That happen to me when I lived in California Yul, I called the register and raise hell with them
  7. I would do what I was taught to do for body work. Hammer and dolly what I could, mig weld body filler then paint
  8. Lumpy I was driving donner the same time frame, thats where this happened between state line and truckee going west bound. There was no caging brakes and 80 was opened and closed 6 times I knew of and one of them was for 36 hours rough week up here last week And as far as chains it was a mix of max. to min. to no chains and any where state line to gold run (about 120 miles) there was 4+ feet of snow on donner and most of it was from Tues storm
  9. Why not?? I will if I have a good pattern for one
  10. George was my friend, shot with him for a number of years, he wrote good stages, always willing to help anybody that needed it from beginner to experienced. He was positively without a doubt a man to ride the river with. I am glad I knew him as long as I did and prode to call him a friend. RIP George
  11. +1 My brother a Vietnam veteran (Aug 18 1950 Nov 4 2016
  12. geee and nobody understands why I do not buy new vehicles
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