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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Blogaversary!






















On Sunday this little Blog turned 3.  To those I have met IRL, talked to on the phone, and emailed back and forth because of this media, thanks for stopping by. 

There are so many that I cannot name them all. I am humbled that you stop by. Jennifer calls it the electronic tribe. I agree with that!

Thanks. I feel like a middle schooler trying to hang out with the cool kids! 

Your friendship means much and I still intend to meet in person if possible people that come by here. 

Oh, if anyone has any clue as to what the little handgun in the middle is, I'll take that as a bonus!

37 comments:

  1. Happy happy, friend! It's always good to see the quality folks stick around for awhile.

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    1. Thanks Shepard! I am glad to be here in very good company!

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  2. Happy Blogaversary Kelly. Here's to many more Mustang and boomstick posts!

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    1. Thanks Six. I will try to throw some more up soon! Less scary than the remodel thing you are doing =)

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  3. Keep up the good blogging. The internet is a better place for it.

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    1. Thanks Murph. Can't wait to go shoot again with ya!

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  4. Congratulations Keads! I've felt very fortunate to be one of your groupies. :-) And FYI, for me, YOU are the cool kid.

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  5. The handgun in the middle is a very old single shot. ;)

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  6. Congrats! Happy Bloggaversary.

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    1. Thanks Aaron! Let's go shoot again. Soon.

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  7. Happy anniversary, and keep up the good fight Keads! And you're a good guy, both here AND in IRL!

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    1. I am touched NFO! Thanks so much! Lets go shoot! I need to redeem myself on that 1911 of yours the first time we met.

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  8. Happy blogiversary.

    Gun in the center looks like a 4-shot pepperbox, the precursor to the revolver. Carried by forty-niners during the California gold rush, they were referred to as "four-shooters." While 4 was the usual number of shots available in a pepperbox, they were also made in versions with 6, 8 and even more shots. Cotton gin inventor Eli Whitney (among others) manufactured them.

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    1. Bob, I think you are on to something there. When are you coming down here to shoot? Gratis for you. It's not that far away either =) .

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  9. Happy Blogiversary!

    Hubby's guess on the middle handgun is a revolving 3 barrel, cap and ball pistol called a pepperbox. Is it an Allen & Wheelock?

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    1. Thanks Mrs. S. It is a 3 shot, but I have no other information at this time.

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  10. Happy Blogaversary! Been awesome getting to know you.

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    1. Thanks Jenn! It has been a pleasure to speak to you and your husband!

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  11. Happy blogaversary!

    Why do pleople keep showing these pics of top-break revolvers. You are making me want one REALLY bad.

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    1. Thanks PH! I'll be back and we can go shoot!

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  13. Happy (slightly belated) Blogiversary!

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    1. Thanks to one of my Blog Mothers!

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  14. Sunday was yours, too? Very cool. It was my 3rd, too.

    Congratulations. Not a clue on the Willie Nelson gun, except that it looks old.

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  15. Congrats!!!! You already know I think this is a great place to visit!!!

    Looking forward to another year of fine reading!

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    1. As busy as you are I am humbled you wander by! Thanks!

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  16. Late to the party as usual.
    Happy Blogiversary Keads!

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