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    Quote Originally Posted by azshot
    .... Cowboy was kind of like the community theater to me - you get to dress up and act.
    You're spot on IMO. All that and a bag of chips. Not much on acting and you'd pay dearly for shooting the folks who needed it.

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    AZ shot,If u had ever shot out @ Cowtown when I was the range master you'dve probably liked it,no close targets & a 10 second penalty for a miss,after 18 or 20 yrs I stepped down & it didn't take them long to move the targets close & go to the 5 2nd penalty,the last time I went out there to shoot I entered w/2 Buntlines & didn't even have to load them,I just reached out & tapped the targets w/the end of the barrels.
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    Ha! Yep, I can believe it!

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    IMG_4845.jpgDusty Johnson Rig with engraved Colt.jpgIMG_5379.JPG

    Depending on what I am shooting - A Rick Bachman rig for Classic Cowboy, a Dusty Johnson (yes his real name) rig for "B Western" and one of my mounted rigs on the blue roan, Creek
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    Lookin good Jersey , nice digs & leather . The wood on the pump is nice , as is the receiver.
    Bet the NJSP would look the other way and give you a wide berth ...... Without even seein ya throw lead.
    the stag is really nice , r/s looks like ivory though ???

    Creek is ONE SWEET RIDE !
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    IMG_0947.JPG

    Definitely not the fancy rigs of others but keeping the tradition alive. Pic from a couple years ago. Myself, daughter (12 at the time) and father in law. If they grow up shooting, they will raise another generation of shooters. Pass it on!

    And thanks to all those that posted such wonderful guns and gun leather....WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by az_colt View Post
    IMG_0947.JPG

    Definitely not the fancy rigs of others but keeping the tradition alive. Pic from a couple years ago. Myself, daughter (12 at the time) and father in law. If they grow up shooting, they will raise another generation of shooters. Pass it on!

    And thanks to all those that posted such wonderful guns and gun leather....WOW!
    My girls grew up smelling Hoppes not glue.
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    I need to get onto this thread. You guys and girls have some very nice looking outfits and firearms. When I was in CAS, I wore what I thought an old cowby may wear when going to town and it was a good outfit for me, LOL! I don't have many photos, but here are two; the first one is when I wanted to get fancy at the range. The second is me starting out one ealy morning for a ride in the Cascade Mountains with a friend of mines horse. We had a ball and I did get to take my .44 WCF revolver on this trip.

    Hey Jim, believe it ir not, I can ride a horse too. Not as good as you, but I can get by OK, LOL!

    Sepia02.JPGTrial Ride 011.JPG
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    Don't forget the Boots and hats....
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    A tiny sampling of boots, spurs and other chit










    saddles



    and two of the horses



    Maybe the best SASS outfit ever :0



    and home on the range



 
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