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Chinook Country / Re: TV series on wild horses in the Chilcotin BC
« Last post by Buffalo Creek Law Dog on July 25, 2020, 09:55:43 PM »
Dirty Dick asked me how many wild horses there were in British Columbia. I had to look it up;

https://cottagelife.com/general/where-to-find-wild-horse-herds-in-canada-and-why-theyre-surprisingly-controversial/

The answer is, about 1,000. This article also has some background on wild horses located in various areas around Canada
I belong to WHOA, Wild Horses of Alberta.  There are several wild horses west of Sundre and Rocky Mountain House.  WHOA is dedicated to preserving them.
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Chinook Country / Re: TV series on wild horses in the Chilcotin BC
« Last post by Professor Marvel on July 25, 2020, 07:08:45 PM »
Thanks Sir C
I somehow missed this back in January....
Oh yeah, I was out stocking up...

yhs
prof marvel
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Dirty Dick asked me how many wild horses there were in British Columbia. I had to look it up;

https://cottagelife.com/general/where-to-find-wild-horse-herds-in-canada-and-why-theyre-surprisingly-controversial/

The answer is, about 1,000. This article also has some background on wild horses located in various areas around Canada
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Texas / Re: Texas 2020 State Wild Bunch Championship Nov. 13,14,15
« Last post by Dusty Boddams on July 14, 2020, 06:48:29 PM »
Here is the application. We will have the schedule of events as we get closer.
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Texas / Re: Texas 2020 State Wild Bunch Championship Nov. 13,14,15
« Last post by Dusty Boddams on July 14, 2020, 06:45:33 PM »
Bowie Texas is a cool town. It has the worlds largest Bowie knife!
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Texas / Texas 2020 State Wild Bunch Championship Nov. 13,14,15
« Last post by Dusty Boddams on May 29, 2020, 08:44:06 AM »
As the title reads the SASS 2020 Texas Championship will be held Nov. 13,14,15
WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A LARGE TIME! Featuring 12 main match stages and
BAMM(bolt action military match) along with plenty of great side matches including
GAMM (garand Action Military Match) Texas 30,popgun, Trench sweep etc. and
As bonus fun  a 2 stage pcc(pistol caliber carbine)  side match Called pcc4me. For all the semi automatic
Carbines like the marlin camp 9,ruger pc9,ar9’s, Thompson 45 carbines etc. 
entry forms are on the sass event page and wbas match page. 
The Texas Doughboys Wild Bunch Action shooting  club is the host and it will be held at Gunrunner shooting range in historic Bowie,Texas
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Chinook Country / Re: Open top dealers in Canada
« Last post by Dirty Dick on April 13, 2020, 05:09:10 PM »
Well........ I am truly blessed!  After putting out the thought/desire to own an Open Top a fellow member here offered an 1872 Uberti in >45 Colt 7 1/2" barrel,bought it,  actually got to shoot it ONCE before the ranges in Canuckistan were shut down because of the ' bullshiite' (sic)  coronavirus. Sold a Ruger #3 custom .38-55 taking another 1872 5 1/2" Open Top in partial trade, this one is .38 special. Now have to wait for the transfer to come through. Will post pics when I figure out how. Now I want another one.......................!
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Chinook Country / Re: TV series on wild horses in the Chilcotin BC
« Last post by PJ Hardtack on February 27, 2020, 06:52:48 PM »
Odd thing about the "real'' Cowboys" .....

They all seem to shoot .44s and .45s. They aren't the fastest but you don't want any of them shooting at you for real.

One of ours shoots"Gunfighter" with .45 7-1/2" SAAs and a 56-50 Spencer repro his wife ordered direct from Italy when she couldn't find one this side of the ocean.

They told her they didn't sell retail so she asked to speak to the boss and pled her case. It was for their umpteenth anniversary. He was so touched by her story that he made it happen.
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Chinook Country / Re: TV series on wild horses in the Chilcotin BC
« Last post by Sir Charles deMouton-Black on February 19, 2020, 03:39:35 PM »
I figured you would be interested. I like you comment about real ranchers.
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Chinook Country / Re: TV series on wild horses in the Chilcotin BC
« Last post by PJ Hardtack on February 18, 2020, 05:14:53 PM »
Finally watched a couple of the series.

Mike Hawkridge is a "neighbour", which is Cariboo-speak for anyone who lives within 10-15 kms.

A few of my CAS pals are working ranchers. You can spot them from across the corral. They're the ones with the beat up hats and horse sh!t on their boots.
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