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Dr. O. R. Vet

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About Dr. O. R. Vet

  • Birthday 08/19/1947

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    Central Missouri Territory
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  1. If I remember right, Memphis was the one and only hub when they first started. Every thing came to Memphis and got sent out from that one hub.
  2. I have 500 pieces of .357 brass--unfired--I'd be willing to trade even for 38 special. Or 300 for 300 if that is all you want. The unfired is in the coffee can. Also shown is the once or twice fired in the plastic bag. I needed the .357 brass when I owned a finicky Rossi 92. Didn't keep it long. We each pay our own shipping cost. Dr. O. R. Vet
  3. I have a 22lr that has the hammer directly strick the firing pin and 2 big bore heritage revolvers in 357/38 that both have transfer bars. Each one of the big bore pistols have had a transer bars break. Of courlse they were my main match pistols for 5 years. So they got a got of use. The only problem right now is getting a new transfer bar for the 2nd repair. The 1st pix shows the firing pin on the 22. The 2nd, the respective size of each model. Of course all three pistols were purchased over 5 years ago so models may have changed.
  4. Of course they are illegal in CA. EVERYTHING in CA is illegal!
  5. I'm still looking for a long, thin LED flaslight I left in a customer's piano. I just don't remember which customer!
  6. At 73 and having CLL. (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia) --in remission,thank you-- I need to protect myself so I do wear a mask. Mainly to protect myself from the coughers and snot-blowers. But frankly, whether I wear 1 mask or 2, it's about as succesful as using a chain link fence to keep out misquitos. Dr. O. R.
  7. Got my 1st Phizer shot today. As Trailrider said, last year's flu shot hurt worse than this did.
  8. Just like the rest of you, the last page sort of misted up near the end. Don,t know if I'll find a "grandson" to teach reloading to or not. Seems like most of them have their noses in a phone or tablet. Dr. O. R.
  9. The S&W 380 cal Bodyguard is an easily concealable pistol. Pretty easy to use a pocket holster and put it in a pocket. Haven't checked prices in a while but should be close to your budget. Note, it's NOT a long range shooter.
  10. My almost daily comment to someone is "I don't have alzheimer's but a pretty good case of 'part-timers' ".
  11. Yeah, I hear ya. Every once in a while I look in the mirror and think "how the hell did get to lookin' so damn old". Dr. O. R.
  12. Boston terriers will eat ANYTHING! You can throw them a scrap and it doesn't slow down untill it hits the pit of their stomach. But they can spit a pill out of the side of their mouth while the hamburger ball it was wrapped in never slows down.
  13. What you all have all been describing is this: The Peter Principle is an observation that the tendency in most organizational hierarchies, such as that of a corporation, is for every employee to rise in the hierarchy through promotion until they reach a level of respective incompetence.
  14. Daisy. 4 1/2 mo old miniature australian shepherd.
  15. Why did I join?....... I had started in 3 gun about 18 months ago and realized that I was too old, too fat and too slow for those guys! So I started looking around for another shooting sport that I could keep up with. Discovered SASS by accident on the Internet and went "Wow, I get to shoot guns AND dress up like a cowboy!" As a kid growing up in the western Era on TV, the clothing requirements just added to the fun. (It didn't hurt that I didn't have to run around like a mad man, either) The toy guns we played with as kids--SA revolvers, lever action rifles, doubled barrel shotguns-
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