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Unread 04-02-2008, 07:51 PM
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Whatever you say Chawlston, oops, LightVarmint.

You have been known to stretch the trueth from time to time just to help you prove what you believe is a good point.

If your rifles shoot that well, great.

My comments were all directed to factory rifles shooting into the .1s so if you would like to bring your factory rifles up, your more then welcome. If you are talking about custom rifles, your arguing with yourself as no one has said anything about that.

As far as Wildcat Bullets, if I remember correctly, you made a big stink about shooting wildcat bullets in the past only to find out you had never shot even one of them.

Credibility is a bitch, once its lost, nearly impossible to get back. So please, just keep on posting your opinions!!! You are more then welcome to them and to share them and we are more then able to debate them!!!

As far as me going to SC. Don't see that happening to soon, to busy in the shop to do that. As you mentioned, its to nice here in Montana anyway, hard to leave!!!

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    Unread 04-02-2008, 07:55 PM
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    To everyone else, Please stop trying to have a reasonable, educated and civil debate with Chawlston, oops, LightVarmint. Its simply a waste of your time as he has a clear aggenda and has for a long time. For some reason he has a beef with one of my good friends and myself it seems.

    More of the same, there are a few squeaky wheels out there that will do their best to belittle new achievements in performance, especially in the firearm world. Chawlson, OOPS!!!, LightVarmint is just one of these old timers that do not believe there are any new ideas to be thought.

    So be it, lets let it end. He can not argue with himself. Well he can but I suspect he will not do it on line anyway.

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    Unread 04-02-2008, 10:05 PM
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    I dont know if anyone else has noticed this , but if a thread on this site gets up to 80+ posts with more than 3700 views there is ALWAYS a Villain involved like a WEDA,Bart B,Wildcat,PKUNDA etc.
    This thread breaks the mold with a double villain Chawlston and LightVarmint !!!!!!!
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    Unread 04-03-2008, 09:40 AM
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    Lightvarmint, u didn't get my point oh well. While quality and accuracy are important. Personality is more important. I bought my first custom gun when i was 15, Kirby took me under his wing and treated me like his own son and took care of me and became a good friend, he didn't look down on me like some adults do because im a kid. All I can say is that ive only met one other smith that has treated me that way. Neither see me as easy money and take advantage of me, they treat me with respect and I give them respect.
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    Lightvarmint, u didn't get my point oh well. While quality and accuracy are important. Personality is more important. I bought my first custom gun when i was 15, Kirby took me under his wing and treated me like his own son and took care of me and became a good friend, he didn't look down on me like some adults do because im a kid. All I can say is that ive only met one other smith that has treated me that way. Neither see me as easy money and take advantage of me, they treat me with respect and I give them respect.
    Young'un, give me a high five.;) You seem to be someone that has his head screwed on somewhat straight and already knows about values of all kinds and also what it takes to be a man, a person and a friend.

    When I was 15 I also got my first guns and started handloading. That was quite a while back but I learned early on about people, values, friends and morals. Learn it well while you're young and it'll serve you well for the rest of your life.

    Read a lot on here, watch people's styles and see how they treat people and how people treat them. It won't take long to figure everyone out and you will develop a mental filter that tells you when the BS starts to fly. Sounds to me like you're developing that trait already.;)

    Just watch what you say, as sometimes you have to put it in terms that will allow an ego and attitude with legs to be able to understand it.;);) I thought your other post was very appropriate but it seemed to go over someones' head.

    Keep up the shooting, keep reading and learning and keep picking friends and business contacts like you are and you'll do great.;)
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    I dont know if anyone else has noticed this , but if a thread on this site gets up to 80+ posts with more than 3700 views there is ALWAYS a Villain involved like a WEDA,Bart B,Wildcat,PKUNDA etc.
    This thread breaks the mold with a double villain Chawlston and LightVarmint !!!!!!!
    UB
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    I'm pleased, that you've remembered me, however after all your effort you still didn't get one post right. So,,, don't give up and try again.

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