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Flint N. Steele

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About Flint N. Steele

  • Birthday March 26

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  • SASS #
    100136
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Brown Township Regulators (Past-President), Tusco Long Riders

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    NE Ohio
  • Interests
    Shooting, reloading, Cleveland Browns, Iowa Hawkeyes, Chicago Cubs, shooting, canoe/kayak, shooting.

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  1. You know that high temperature of 40 happens on the drive home. Does dress warm mean I can wear gloves? Hope to be there but it’s not solid yet. I sure have been craving The Mess.
  2. I was early to our September shoot, only one there, when a groundhog came out of the woods. I stuck one of my cowboy .45 Colts in my 1873, and took a shot at him. The sun was right at my back, and I was able to watch the bullet all the way into the dirt, about 20 feet in front of him. He went back in the woods.
  3. Thanks, Bubba, for another great shoot. The bicuits and gravy hit the spot.
  4. Rye, I sometimes shoot some "defensive pistol" with some club members. .38 revolver, 1911 A1, and my little .380. One time I took my 7 1/2" Vaquero .44 mag, but that was unusual. When the weather's nice I like to plink with my AR 15 and .45 ACP carbine, and I like to keep the varmint guns tuned up. But cowboying is the main thing. Heck, I've got a NIB .243 that's two years old, and I haven't got a scope on it yet.
  5. Success! Well, sort of success. I had to use the Gravatar thingy.
  6. Thanks, that's exactly what I've been doing, to no avail.
  7. Hang in there, Charlie, I never get tired of shooting with ya!
  8. I've been fighting this thing all day. Picture is too large. Okay, I got a smaller one. Failed to set new picture. Auuuuuugh!
  9. I usually use a cross-draw. I guess I'm used to it.
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