Who doesn’t love tractor pulls?


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Ever hear of a cornetfish? Me neither.


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Gun porn


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FBI probing new Clinton emails – developing

The FBI is probing new emails related to Hillary Clinton, FBI Director James Comey said in a Friday letter.

“In previous congressional testimony, I referred to the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had completed its investigation of former Secretary Clinton’s personal email server. Due to recent developments, I am writing to supplement my previous testimony,” Comey wrote.

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In a tiff are we?


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Life in Tennesse

I stepped out on the back porch and told Lisa “You know what’s really cool about living here? I was thinking about doing some shooting, and then I thought to myself, ‘naw, I’ll do it later.’ I can shoot any damned time I want!”
Right about that time somebody up the road ripped off some automatic fire. I had to laugh, then a couple seconds later he fired another burst of five.
Life is good.

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Just when you think you’ve heard it all


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And Good Morning to you


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This election in a picture


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Angel – The Early Years


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Listen to me. Please.

Folks, now – not next week or the week after but now – is the time to buy your reloading supplies and ammo. I’m here to tell you that no matter who wins the election, there’s gonna be a run on the shit.
If Hillary wins there’s gonna be a run on it out of a very legitimate fear that it will soon be banned and dealers will quickly deplete their inventory. If Trump wins I can guarantee you that the inner cities will explode in protest and the same thing will happen.
We were caught short in ’08 and ’12 (myself included) and I’m predicting it will happen again. Don’t think you can wait until the new president takes office in January, the run will begin on November 9th. Order now.
22LR will be non-existent for months if not years. I would suggest at least 10,000 rounds. 5.56/223? At least a couple thousand rounds, same thing for 7.62 whether it’s NATO or AK depending on your platform. Shotguns? 500 rounds minimum and I’m talking small game.

Prices will go up. Shortages will happen. The last 2 elections have taught us that.
Reloading supplies? Wideners.
Ammo? Ammoseek.com

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Buy now.

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One thousand one, one thousand two…


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Be there or be square (or something like that)

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John Selman – the man that shot Wes Hardin from behind


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Collecting antique barbed wire

Craig asked me in a comment how I got into collecting barbed wire. I knew I had posted about it before but for all of you that missed it, here it is again. The story is below the pics and post.

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Sherman McMasters

Sherman W. McMasters was an outlaw, Texas Ranger, and lawman best known for his participation in the Earp Vendetta Ride. Born in 1853 in Illinois, McMasters headed west where he gained a reputation as a gunfighter. He was in Dodge City, Kansas at the same time as were Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday, where he made friends with the pair. There, he also reportedly killed a man in self-defense after a gambling dispute in a saloon.
By September, 1878, McMasters was working with the Texas Rangers in El Paso County, a position that he held until the following spring. It was in the Lone Star State that he met Curly Bill Brocius, and by some accounts, helped him to escape from jail.

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On This Day

In 1775
The new commander in chief of the British army, Major General Sir William Howe, issues a proclamation to the residents of Boston on this day in 1775. Speaking from British headquarters in Boston, Howe forbade any person from leaving the city and ordered citizens to organize into military companies in order to “contribute all in his power for the preservation of order and good government within the town of Boston.”

In 1886
The Statue of Liberty, a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States, is dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland.

In 1919
Congress passes the Volstead Act over President Woodrow Wilson’s veto. The Volstead Act provided for the enforcement of the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, also known as the Prohibition Amendment.

In 1965
Viet Cong commandos damage and destroy a number of allied aircraft in two separate raids on U.S. air bases, including Chu Lai, on the coast of the South China Sea in Quang Tin Province, I Corps.

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The rear view

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Marshalls tackle and tase Bundy’s attorney

From IRISH of THE FERAL IRISHMAN in a comment:

Marshalls tackled and tased Bundys lawyer:

Fuck those assholes. It was a verbal argument between a judge and attorney, that shit happens every day, and they pull this shit?
Sore. Fucking. Losers.

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