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Deadeye Dillard

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  1. Match is coming up fast! Here is a link to another way to download the app for those that might have problems with the wire link. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pzxjHdcd5eH_cWYBE-XWIe_6jHxRAj34/view?usp=drivesdk
  2. Last 2 covered stages went up Sunday! EditTimelapse.mp4 EditTimelapse.mp4
  3. Hey guys, just thought I would throw this out there. The Lincoln County Cowboys in Cushing Oklahoma are hosting their first annual match "Battle at the Crossroads" on Friday, August 14th and Saturday, August 15th. This will be a one day main match with 7 stages on Saturday. For those looking to warm up or get a feel of the range the side matches will be Friday evening. These guys are know for fun, fast matches with lots of movement! All seven stages are covered and to further help with the possible August heat the awards banquet after the match will be in an air conditioned facility. The application should be attached to this post. Hope to see y'all there! If y'all do the Facebook here's a link to their page https://www.facebook.com/The-Lincoln-County-Cowboys-489376271234180/ Application.pdf
  4. Could you send a few photos of the roedo's?  Do you have the boxes and does that price include shipping?

    tmperin@comcast.net

    425-870-0193 (cell)

    Mudflat

    1. Deadeye Dillard

      Deadeye Dillard

      I believe this link should work for pics now

       

      https://photos.app.goo.gl/tzGpNoA8LhqdLQZS9

       

      No boxes, I prefer to sell in person but price would be without shipping and insurance if I had to.

       

      Thanks, Dillard

  5. I didn't think about the fact it wasn't official yet. It didn't seem like it took that long for SASS to approve it, time flies!
  6. I believe the first buckaroo was around 98' or 99' :-)
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