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Our friend Flinch Lock passed away last night. He'd been suffering with cancer.

Always a good hand. We never had to ask him to help, he just showed up with a good attitude. He was the "Frontiersman" and he lived it. 

 

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Our friend Flinch Lock passed away last night. He'd been suffering with cancer.

Always a good hand. We never had to ask him to help, he just showed up with a good attitude. He was the "Frontiersman" and he lived it. 

 

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I’m so very sorry. I didn’t know him however, I’m always sad when we lose a friend. Much love to his friends and family. 
 

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Scarlett

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Prayers here

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Sorry to hear this. I met him at HoW several years back. I very much enjoyed our conversation.  He seemed like a true cowboy and gentleman. Prayers for his family and friends.

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Flinch and I were hardcore frontiersmen together, will not be the same without him and his sense of humor   REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I had the pleasure of meeting Flinch Lock and shooting with him a couple of times.  A great man and cowboy all the way.  Prayers for his family and friends.  Rest in peace, pard.

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Sad news.  I remember he was very proud of the frontiersman tables he made for the stages at HoW.  I enjoyed his grief because I didn't use real black.   He will be missed. RIP.

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Met and shot with him a few years ago on our first trip to Hell on Wheels.  Really enjoyed his company and conversation on the range even though we weren't shooting BP.  He will be missed.

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I will miss his dry sense of humor along with the ribbing we gave each other, me shooting smokeless and him shooting rotten eggs. 

Rest In Peace Brother

Grey Dog

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He was one of my favorite people to give A hard time too. I always teased him that it was easy to spot for him,you couldn’t see the target but you could always hear the impact. He always shot maximum load black powder. I enjoyed watching him shoot his 10 gauge shotgun. I’ve seen him knock over quite a few targets or break them right off of the stand. Great man good sense of humor. He was always very generous two new shooters and to the 4-H kids. A great ambassador for the soot.  He will be missed rest easy my friend!

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