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    I had the same pleasure

    around that same time with the Canadian navy. They were on the HMSCS Bonaventure. They called our beer "pony piss" All that aside, I am thankful for our allies and I hope it continues to be so
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    Yes!!!

    and as us southerners say THANK YA'LL. And may it continue to be so
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    better than the alternative

    Jim I have long got that way. Do you still have the rail? Best regards, Jerry
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    Francis, Its a miracle

    Kinda like that shot came thru the target the wrong way down at Mickeys. If my memory serves, it was your brothers target
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    I missed that

    Thank you. The last time I saw art was at a nationals in ST. Louis, (Many moons ago) as I recall, He won a rifle. Wilbur was good enough to share a room with me
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    We Remember

    Art Kelley from Manatee. Buddy Ross may be able to give date. Everybody loved Art
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    Tommy, I remember Dennis

    He always wore overalls. Have you heard from Mickey Conley, also from rockingham? As I remember, he had a hot rail gun
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    Very well said

    Amen
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    Francis, You are right (as usual)

    He did sometimes travel with Buddy. Buddy would come up from Fla and meet him. He was a good guy, a pleasure to be arround
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    Joe, Do you remember-----

    David Reynolds who sometimes traveled with snuffy? I dont remember when he passed but Mickey held an David Reynolds memorial match. He had a son named Sydney who shot some
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    Yes

    and his son shot for a little while. Jerry, do you remember Dennis Brame and Mickey Conley? I think their home range was Rockingham? Conley, as I remember had a hot rail gun. Not sure if they have...
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    Lets not forget Norm Jones

    He was from around Johnson city Tn. Its been several years ago. He Had cancer. Maybe his grandson Matthew Keller will see this post and let us know what year he passed.
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    Paul was in the SE region

    I shot with him at Fayette and Unaka. He was a rather tall man. He lived in Tn. I think not to far from Wilbur. His grand son often went with him. He died from a tree fall at his home. Elmer may be...
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    He was from Mobile

    Great guy
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    Yes Francis

    We shot with him at Mickeys.
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    Not the best, but better than nothing

    As for me I will not use FB
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    Yes!!!

    What Louis.J said
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    I'm with you Doghunter

    I think that many of us on this side of the pond are also
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    A similar bill is in Alabama

    I believe the only way to get out of Federal laws is to get out of U.S. Well see how this works out. Its like the Mafia only one way out!!

    But that only keeps Alabama law enforcement from...
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    Thank you, Francis

    Now I know why you are Mickey's favorite yankee
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    Done got too old and decrepit

    And I dont drive well enough to make any matches. I sure do miss it. Take care Ray
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    Very interesting

    Thanks Ray
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    Thanks, Mike

    really appreciate that, Jerry
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    Thats a good question

    I called Allan ( he's hot too far from me) about 5-6 years ago, to ask how to change the firing pin spring in my Hall B. He said I would have to send it to him. Its no problem in my Panda or Borden
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    Hall M

    Forgot to mention, Mine does not have an ejector. I'm not sure if Allen's still alive but if you ever need to replace a firing pin, better to send it to him
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