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Hoss Carpenter

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About Hoss Carpenter

  • Birthday 06/04/1941

Previous Fields

  • SASS #
    7843
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Ocoee Rangers, Cleveland, TN & The Weewahootee Vigilance Committee (near Orlando)

Contact Methods

  • AIM
    bobterryrug@aol.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Viera, FL
  • Interests
    CAS, Reading, Swimming, Traveling, Trains & Jeeps & Corvettes

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  1. UB, my Prayers continue for you and your Bride! Hoss C.
  2. Nope, but I have lost several different gun/magazines in my house! Hoss C.
  3. Prayers up for both of you UB. Hoss C.
  4. I put a Viridian Green Lazer on my S & W 2.0, 9mm which I shoot in a practical/tactical shoot here weekly. It took me six months to get used to it, but now I love it. You do not ever look at the pistol sites, you just watch the green dot, and fire way. Works great. Hoss C.
  5. Hard Pan and Pat, Why in the hell don't you move out or Kalifornia? I lived therr for years and loved it, but now, not on your fife! Cheers Hoss C.
  6. They cost more, but Air Streams are hard to beat in all categories. Hoss C.
  7. Hey Forty Rod, A B-17 is not an Aluminun Overcast,; in those days that title went ot the C-124 Glob Master. Now that was an Aluminun Overcast. I know as I have a few hours in that bird! Cheers, Hoss C.
  8. Way to go Jeff: driving at night in heavy rain. Did not learn that in NASCAR! Way to go Caddy! Welcome back to racing! Cheers, Hoss C.
  9. Happy Birthday SASS!!! Thanks for 23 great years for me! Loved it all. Cheers, Hoss C.
  10. Ms Hale was a beautiful; very gifted Actress. I had the good fortune to meet her in 1951 ( I was ten and fell in love) when some Hollywood folks came to my little Mississippi Delta town on a tour. RIP Barbara. Hoss C.
  11. Wow! A four piper WW1 Destroyer; and I am a Air Force Puke! Cheers, Hoss C.
  12. I love 1911s and Sigs, and I also have two different 9mm s. I really like the 45 the best. I am sure a lot of you know this little bit of Pistol history, but when the USA was involved in the Spanish -American War in 1898, the standard US side arm was the "new" double action Colt 38 Special. When the Army got to the southern part of the Philippines and encountered some very tough Natives called Moros, who had big knives and fought with all their body and soul. Even putting three or four rounds of the 38 s into the enemy would not stop them. Although the Moros would later die, they would often have enough strength to use their Machetes on our Men. An urgent call went out to Army Ordnance and they pulled hundreds of SAA, 7 1/2 Colt 45 s out of storage, cut two inches off the Barrel, and sent them as fast as possible to the Army in the Pacific. Guess what? The big ole 45 s would lay the Moros out with one well placed shot. So as some of you have stated: the 45 is the MAN!! Cheers, Hoss C.
  13. I bought a S & W 9mm shield about 8 months ago and I love it. Great carry piece and good clean trigger pull. Got it for $320. thru a Dealer here in Central FL that gave a deep discount for retired military. All you needed was a DD 214 or ID card, and the $$. Cheers, Hoss C.
  14. I am starting into my 16th year today and it has been a blast! Someone gave you some great advice; stay active and thank the Good Lord for everyday you have. Cheers, Hoss C.
  15. Angles Envy, Knob Creek, and Michter's are all excellent Bourbons. I love most all single Malt Scotches. especially McCallens 15 year old! Cheers, Hoss C.
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