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Greenhorn
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Hope I can pass on some knowledge and learn something new as well. Also, I love Muzzleloader magazine.


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Howdy from NC! welcome in!
 
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Welcome to the campfire, rushcc. If you're looking for information or have some to give, then you're at the right place.


*Young guys should hang out with old guys; old guys know stuff.*
 
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Greenhorn
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Thanks, Hanshi. I believe I have met your acquaintance on the Traditional Muzzleloading Forum. Big Grin


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Pilgrim
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Howdy back at you, what part of Texas?
 
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Greenhorn
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'round Houston aways.


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Booshway
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Baytown here, we are close. What part of Houston? Welcome to the fire!
 
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Booshway
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Welcome to fire Rushcc good group of people around this fire.

BC


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Originally posted by Cado:
What part of Houston?

Katy area.


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Booshway
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About an hour apart then, not bad by Texas standards Big Grin
 
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Greenhorn
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No, I bet Rhode Islanders can only live about that far apart at the maximum. Wink Across the state for them is a short jog for us!


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Greenhorn
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Hey Cado, I grew up in Baytown and still call it home since my mom, 2 brothers, a sister, and many relatives still live there. My next older brother and I used to shoot our muzzleloaders under the Grand Parkway bridge off south Alexander Dr.
 
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Booshway
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Welcome to the fire!


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Welcome rushcc. I too am a Texas boy. Way north in the panhandle though. The company that i work for does work in Katy though. Its a pleasure to meet ya. Look foward to talkin to ya.
 
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