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Colonel Kraken

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  • SASS #
    108559
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Red Hills Rangers, Panhandle Cattle Company

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  • Website URL
    http://www.aehowe.com/

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Quincy, Florida
  • Interests
    Horseback riding, USPSA, GSSF, History

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  1. I wonder if I threw a tantrum in the Gatling Gun store if my wife would buy me one. Or maybe if I don't get anything for five Christmases and five birthdays. Seriously that is just super cool!
  2. Prayers for your friend and her family.
  3. It's great to see your cowboy town coming back from the storm! It's a testament you all's love of this sport that you've struggled back from hurricanes, Covid, and ridiculous lumber prices. Cheers!
  4. Great job defarbing them! What are the extra bolt stops for?
  5. I screwed up about a year ago buying some used reloading dies. In the notes section of the paypal transaction like a dummy I put the caliber of the dies I was buying and almost got the seller in big trouble. I think they just put a twenty-four hour hold on him and wrote him a nasty note. I felt really bad. So yes a reminder for dummies like me that don't think about the fact that the algorithms they use will pick up stuff like .45 even though you aren't selling or buying a firearm they will flag it.
  6. Wow! That's insane. What a horrible system if it takes a month and a half to process five thousand background checks. That's what you would expect when people used computer punch cards and index files.
  7. What the dealer told you makes no sense. In January of this year the NICS processed 4.1 million checks. So even if you were the five thousandth person in line it would take less than an hour since they were clearly able to process at least 5500 an hour in January.
  8. I shoot USPSA and other modern shooting sports and there are still a lot of folks in those disciplines who come out and shoot their first match who are very excited and still never show up again. Or they show up for a couple matches and then disappear. It's not just the money. They think they're going to be the next hot shooter and learn it is going to take them years to get good enough to challenge the top shooters so they quit. Or they find out it's going to take a lot of their time to practice, learn to reload (most top shooters in other sports also reload) and to keep their guns running.
  9. Sass Alias: Colonel Kraken Sass #: 108599 Quincy, Florida How long have you've been Cowboy Action Shooting: A year and a half.
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