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THE AMERICAN SHARPS SHOOTERS, 2019-4
11-19-2019, 01:57 PM (This post was last modified: 11-22-2019 03:42 PM by Don McDowell.)
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THE AMERICAN SHARPS SHOOTERS, 2019-4
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Table of Contents:
The Custom 1877 Sharps Target Rifle by Mike Nesbitt
Old West Centerfires by Bob Gietz
The Last Buffalo Hunt Near Pawnee Rock by Leo Remiger
Outstanding Products
Buffalo--From Field to Freezer


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11-19-2019, 03:47 PM
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Mike as usual I enjoyed your American Sharps Shooters.
I still would like to make one of those matches Smile that bunch in your photo look like a fine group to mingle with.

Rick.
I wish I could still spend time with you and Doris putting down a Buff. Yes I know that they are Bisons but to me they are Buffalo's.
What Rick wrote is spot on and the two hunts I spent with Rick the advice was given and quality time with Rick and Doris was priceless that developed into a strong friendship. Rick is a volume of knowledge about the outdoor lore of the old ways that fell right into my interest.

Thank you Rick for putting up with Carolyn and me.

Kurt

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11-19-2019, 06:11 PM
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Kurt, I wish you would come out and shoot with us. If you can, come in the middle of May. That's when we have our Buffalo Camp, where we shoot our Sharps (and other 'buffalo guns') on Saturday and our 'camp guns' on Sunday. Try to bring a black powder revolver along too. Shoot sharp, Mike
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11-19-2019, 06:42 PM
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That might be a good time to head up into the far NW and come back over to the Q on the way home.
I do have a couple BP wheel guns. Smile

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11-19-2019, 07:17 PM
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(11-19-2019 03:47 PM)Kurt Wrote:  Mike as usual I enjoyed your American Sharps Shooters.
I still would like to make one of those matches Smile that bunch in your photo look like a fine group to mingle with.

Rick.
I wish I could still spend time with you and Doris putting down a Buff. Yes I know that they are Bisons but to me they are Buffalo's.
What Rick wrote is spot on and the two hunts I spent with Rick the advice was given and quality time with Rick and Doris was priceless that developed into a strong friendship. Rick is a volume of knowledge about the outdoor lore of the old ways that fell right into my interest.

Thank you Rick for putting up with Carolyn and me.

Kurt

Kurt,
Thanks for the comps on the story. Pretty hard not to get along with you and CarolWink
I miss our hunting times together as well! Definitely have some great memories and friendships that will both last a lifetime though!

We both should have been born in a previous time, and are two of a kind Smile

Rick
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11-19-2019, 07:54 PM
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Thank you Rick.
Many we were in a previous time once and just came back in this time. Smile

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