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Raoul last won the day on September 26 2019

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About Raoul

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  • Birthday 11/21/1955

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    State of Franklin
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    Firearms, reloading, economics.
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    People keep asking me that question.


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  1. Live fast, die young, and leave a good looking corpse...
  2. Well happily no adult in America is 9" across. I've seen a bunch over 45" though.....
  3. A voice of reason instead of dogmatic knee jerk reaction. Thanks Dave.
  4. He's got a fairly comfortable base. Doubt the recall thing could actually happen. VA is lost.
  5. 68 VW Beetle. Followed by a POS 69 MGB. At least when I told my dates that the MG had broken down I wasn't lying.
  6. Why go where you're not wanted?
  7. The 3 largest and best shooting places are probably Unaka Rod & Gun Club, Cherokee, and Kettlefoot. I don't know of much of anywhere that has a good place to shoot that doesn't have memberships. As for pay as you go indoor shooting there's Barnett's Guns in Hampton, Gun Rack in Kingsport. I believe shooters Edge in Piney Flats has closed. There's also a free outdoor place to shoot in the National Forest off of 421 between Bristol and Mountain city. It's on the Bristol side of the mountain. However I wouldn't shoot there without a friendly armed cohort. It's called Jacobs Creek Range. https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/cherokee/recarea/?recid=34926 I'm a member at Kettlefoot. https://kettlefootgunclub.org/
  8. The problem is too many people and not enough elbow room.....

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