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World Champion Cowgirl Loves Horses and Shooting (Won 2007 title at age 13)
Women and Guns magazine ^ | Joseph P. Tartaro

Posted on 01/09/2009 2:48:11 PM PST by Stoat

World Champion Cowgirl Loves Horses and Shooting

 

By Joseph P. Tartaro
President, Second Amendment Foundation

They don't make training wheels for horses or guns. However, if a youngster has a desire to master either or both, they can do so with the proper supervision and support from loving and attentive parents and teachers.
Melissa Dragoo of Scottsdale, AZ, is a role model for any child who wants to reach for her or his dreams as she has.

She started riding horses at age 4 and shot her first firearm at age 6. Now, at age 14, she is a perennial contender in any Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) competition. Amazingly, she won the 2007 CMSA World Champion Cowgirl title at age 13, and was two-tenths of a second out of first place in the 2006 World Championship at age 12. And she holds a host of first place finishes in a number of over cowboy mounted events dating back to 2002.

She does all this by racking up the best time and accuracy score while riding one of her two Quarter horses at breakneck speed through a series of CMSA competition patterns. Her run through each pattern while shooting at balloons takes anywhere from 15 to 35 seconds in actual time, but there are penalties added for missing balloons, breaking a rule, dropping a gun, falling off a horse or safety infractions. Several such runs per day are standard in a typical three-day CMSA competition, which will attract hundreds of competitors and spectators.

Mounted shooting with revolver or rifle is like barrel racing with balloons in between the barrels. The rider breaks balloons with blackpowder blank cartridges fired from .45 caliber pistols, and is scored on accuracy and time.

"I just love this sport," Melissa says. "And I have always loved anything to do with horses."

Melissa shoots a brace of Ruger Vaquero revolvers with such success that she has become a spokesperson for the Southport, CT, gunmaker. It was in a Ruger booth at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting and exhibits in Louisville, KY, last May when I first met Melissa. She was sharing a table with Kelly Glenn, a professional hunting guide who has been a Ruger spokesperson for many years and was a former W&G covergirl. There were loads of men, women and children lining up to meet the two women and get an autographed picture or poster.

Melissa is the youngest of four children in a family headed by Doug and Elizabeth Dragoo, real estate developers in Arizona. She has an older brother, David, 23, a married sister, Mary Francis, 24, and another sister, Betsy, 18. Melissa not only launched her own career in this fast-paced sport, that's really two sports in one, but she got her mother involved as well.

"As parents, we've always tended to get involved with any sport one of our children got serious about," said Elizabeth. "So why not mounted cowboy shooting?

"I'm not as good as Melissa," she added, "but I'm having a great time."

Melissa is a sophomore at Notre Dame Prep school and is a "great student" according to her mother. Speaking with Melissa is a refreshing experience. She doesn't sound like the average pre-teen or teenager. She expresses herself well and in complete sentences, without the common nuances of the average high school student her age.

When asked about Melissa's other hobbies, Elizabeth said her daughter "hunts, fly fishes, rides motorcycles, eats and competes in track and field."

Startled by her inclusion of eating as a hobby, I asked Elizabeth about it.

"With her eating is a hobby," she said with a laugh.

Actually, mother and daughter spend a lot of quality time together in the kitchen.

 

 

Melissa is a good student, her mother said. She rides and exercises her horses every afternoon after school, then does her homework after dinner.

Melissa expects to go to college after high school graduation.

"Right now, I think I'd like to study equine medicine and/or ranch management," Melissa said.

Cowboy mounted shooting isn't a sport for every family. Besides the cost of equipment and horse care (many shooters board their horses), there's the time.

"With, say, soccer," Elizabeth explains, "you pile in the car for an hour or so. With cowboy mounted shooting, you're talking about devoting three or four days for each event."

Melissa has two horses, Slapshot, on which she won the championship, and Broadway, which she is still training for competition. The CMSA rules say that any horse or mule is eligible to compete, but not every horse will adapt to the kind of quick stops, starts, turns and the noise of the guns. Quarter horses like Melissa's and her mother's are most like those used by real cowpokes and seem adaptable and trainable to the kind of riding required in competition.

"The cartridges fired in CMSA competition are blackpowder blanks," according to Melissa, and will break a balloon up to about 15 feet from the muzzle. Live rounds are strictly prohibited at competitions.

At each event, one person loads the rider's guns as he or she enters the arena, and another person unloads the guns after the rider is finished. Riders do not carry loaded guns outside of the arena or when not competing.

What about gun leather? Riders can buy 'off-the-shelf replicas' of the old time gun belts and holsters. Or, you can have custom-made gun belts and holsters to suit your wishes. There are several custom makers that you can find in "old west" magazines or on our CMSA Links page.

Safety in horse training and firearm handling are emphasized at all times in CMSA events. Many clubs sponsor clinics to assist new shooters in starting their horses and learning the basics of safe firearm handling. Range masters are in the arena at all times during competitions to insure safe riding and shooting is exercised. New shooters are usually required to demonstrate that they have achieved minimum acceptable levels of riding and shooting skills.

There are 50+ possible patterns for each run. The patterns everyone will ride can be pre-determined or can be drawn out of a hat on the day of the competition. A competition may consist of 3 to 6 patterns a day. Each pattern consists of 10 balloons. To give you an idea of riding a pattern, let's say that there are 5 white balloons and 5 red balloons. The 5 white balloons may be grouped together in one place or spread out over the entire arena. The rider shoots all 5 white balloons first. Then, the rider holsters the first gun while riding to the far end of the arena, draws the second gun, and shoots the 5 red balloons, which are usually 5 in a row straight towards the finish line. This is called "the Rundown."

There are skill levels and classes in CMSA. There are men's and women's divisions, plus male and female youth divisions and a senior group. There is also a Wrangler class for those 11 and under, and junior men's and junior women's divisions. Within each division shooters are ranked in classes from level 1 up to 6. All riders start at Class 1. When a rider wins Class 1 twice, they advance to Class 2, and when they win Class 2 three times, they advance to Class 3. Four wins at Class 3 moves them to Class 4, etc.

"Melissa has just been put in Junior Ladies 5, and is the only competitor so ranked," Elizabeth proudly told me in a recent phone conversation. Young children in the "Wrangler" class ride the same pattern that the grown-ups do, but they may shoot Hollywood cap pistols, engaging each target as if they were shooting real blanks. They then shoot the real McCoy with blanks at balloons while standing stationary on the ground with mom or dad at their side.

For more information about the Cowboy Mounted Shooting sport, the national events which are held each year as far west as Arizona and Idaho and as far east as Ohio and Tennessee, and the location of clubs in your state, visit the CMSA website: cowboymountedshooting.com, or phone: 480-683-0485.



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Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association

Melissa Dragoo

(video interview with Melissa at the above link also features footage of her riding and shooting in a competition)

 

     

      
 John Beckett Photo 

 


 

 

                   

2002 World Championship Wrangler Limited Winner
 
 2003 Festival of the West Limited Champion
 
 2003 Regional Wrangler Winner
 
2005 Biggest Little Shoot Junior Winner
 
 2005 Border Wars Junior Winner. California
 
 2005 Border Wars Junior Winner, Arizona
 
 2005 Arizona Junior High Point Winner
 
2006 Border Wars Women's Reserve Overall

 2006 CMSA National Championship Reserve Overall Cowgirl

 2006 CMSA World Championship Reserve Overall Cowgirl

2007 CMSA World Champion Cowgirl

 

 

1 posted on 01/09/2009 2:48:12 PM PST by Stoat
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To: Joe Brower; DaveLoneRanger; Libertina; Just Lori

2 posted on 01/09/2009 2:49:06 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: Stoat

she could use bigger guns but wow what a women


3 posted on 01/09/2009 2:50:48 PM PST by al baby (Hi mom Mr. Obama, are you aware that Sarah Palin took on her own party’s establishment in Alaska a)
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To: Stoat

Posted as a reminder for those who might be having the wrong thoughts about this 15 year old girl.

4 posted on 01/09/2009 2:53:31 PM PST by r9etb
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To: Stoat

God Bless America!


5 posted on 01/09/2009 2:55:04 PM PST by mylife (The Roar Of The Masses Could Be Farts)
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To: Stoat
OTOH, given her facility with guns, perhaps those whose advances are unwelcome might consider the following:


6 posted on 01/09/2009 2:55:14 PM PST by r9etb
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To: r9etb

oh so now you can go to jail for your thoughts is this something Obama has stated


7 posted on 01/09/2009 2:56:32 PM PST by al baby (Hi mom Mr. Obama, are you aware that Sarah Palin took on her own party’s establishment in Alaska a)
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To: al baby
oh so now you can go to jail for your thoughts is this something Obama has stated

Ofercryin' out loud.... isn't it easier to just say you don't get it?

8 posted on 01/09/2009 3:00:18 PM PST by r9etb
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To: r9etb
"Posted as a reminder for those who might be having the wrong thoughts about this 15 year old girl."

LOL

9 posted on 01/09/2009 3:00:58 PM PST by lormand (...somewhere in Illinois, a village has lost it's marxist community organizer.)
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To: r9etb

LOL! I saw the picture where she is taller then her mom (she looks older) then I saw her age. Yikes! Purge bad thoughts fast!

She is in AZ so hopefully she will grow up and be like another NRA hero and gun owner Sarah Palin.

Maybe she can run for Juan McCain’s seat ASAP.


10 posted on 01/09/2009 3:02:22 PM PST by Frantzie
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To: Frantzie

Ha, she needs to be introduced to Governor Palin’s son, Track. I think he’s about 18 or 19, so, wouldn’t be too old for her once she’s of age.


11 posted on 01/09/2009 3:04:26 PM PST by stylin_geek (Liberalism: comparable to a chicken with its head cut off, but with more spastic motions)
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To: r9etb

Get what


12 posted on 01/09/2009 3:05:41 PM PST by al baby (Hi mom Mr. Obama, are you aware that Sarah Palin took on her own party’s establishment in Alaska a)
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To: HairOfTheDog; PayNoAttentionManBehindCurtain
She started riding horses at age 4 and shot her first firearm at age 6. Now, at age 14, she is a perennial contender in any Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) competition.

FR Saddle Club ping request  :-)

13 posted on 01/09/2009 3:07:07 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: Stoat

There were no girls like that when I was 14.


14 posted on 01/09/2009 3:14:32 PM PST by GnL
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To: Stoat

Great magazine cover - looks like an old-fashioned Annie Oakley photo. Love the hat just about to hit the ground!


15 posted on 01/09/2009 3:17:39 PM PST by 21twelve
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To: mylife
God Bless America!

Indeed....how many other countries and cultures will allow anyone, and a young lady in particular, to rise to such a spectacular level of achievement at such a young age in a sport like this?  Not many, I'll wager.

16 posted on 01/09/2009 3:19:11 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: stylin_geek

If I were Track Palin - I would like to meet her (after she turns at least 18).

She would probably be a good governor or Senator for AZ. She sure a lot prettier than Janet Napoltiano, but so is Ernie Borgnine. ;-)

She shoots .45 Ruger cowboy guns? Those babies probably have a kick to them.


17 posted on 01/09/2009 3:19:40 PM PST by Frantzie
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To: r9etb

Posted as a reminder for those who might be having the wrong thoughts about this 15 year old girl.

Thank you. But I do have to admit that a babe on a horse sure is beautiful! That’s one of the reasons I like watching Texas Tech Red Raiders. That babe dressed like Zorro on the black horse making the “gun” sign. Wow!


18 posted on 01/09/2009 3:20:24 PM PST by Terry Mross (Is this our last REAL Christmas?)
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To: Stoat

Amazing accomplishments for a girl who is only 14! Very impressive...


19 posted on 01/09/2009 3:21:01 PM PST by Peace4EarthNow (Come to know Jesus as your Savior, so YOU TOO can be saved!! - http://www.allaboutgod.com)
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To: r9etb
Posted as a reminder for those who might be having the wrong thoughts about this 15 year old girl.

It seems to me that this image of her and her mother, below, on the left

would be enough...

Mark

20 posted on 01/09/2009 3:24:07 PM PST by MarkL (Do I really look like a guy with a plan?)
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To: Stoat

Wow! Women and Guns Magazine. I might have to subscribe.


21 posted on 01/09/2009 3:28:22 PM PST by caver (Yes, I did crawl out of a hole in the ground.)
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To: Stoat

Wow!!!She can ride...she can shoot...she can cook...and she has never dipped a toe in an ugly creek...she would be perfect, if her momma had birthed her a few years earlier..


22 posted on 01/09/2009 3:29:26 PM PST by crazyhorse691 (Obama is Americas new Forrest Gump...but with an oversized ego and ears.)
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To: 21twelve
Great magazine cover - looks like an old-fashioned Annie Oakley photo. Love the hat just about to hit the ground!

Agreed...I suspect that we're going to be hearing a lot more about Miss Dragoo in the years to come.  She seems to have a natural talent that's being marvelously supported and encouraged by her family. She has a very bright future ahead of her, it seems.

23 posted on 01/09/2009 3:29:48 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: r9etb
Posted as a reminder for those who might be having the wrong thoughts about this 15 year old girl.

I liked both pictures and the thoughts behind them, and as a parent I agree completely. However, I am fairly tolerant of FR's standard inappropriate comments about the bad-girl teachers. I think this is one of the few places where a guy can make slightly inappropriate comments without getting a political correctness lecture. Still, for adult guys who are serious about this girl ... even after knowing the girl is 15 ... I'd recommend the cemetary plot.

24 posted on 01/09/2009 3:30:53 PM PST by MathDoc (Don't blame me, I voted for Governor Palin and the wrinkly white-haired guy)
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To: PhilDragoo

PING a Ling

Any Connection?

Regards

alfa6 ;>}


25 posted on 01/09/2009 3:32:15 PM PST by alfa6 (One mans magic is another mans engineering... L.L.)
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To: Stoat

Shooting balloons from horseback can’t be easy - and - she a right purty little girl too!


26 posted on 01/09/2009 3:33:33 PM PST by R. Scott (Humanity i love you because when you're hard up you pawn your Intelligence to buy a drink)
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To: Peace4EarthNow
Amazing accomplishments for a girl who is only 14! Very impressive...

Agreed....if The National Organization for Women (NOW) were truly interested in encouraging and standing up for ALL women, they would have had ten major nationwide advertising campaigns featuring  Miss Dragoo already.   However, since she is not advocating the unrestrained murder of unborn children AND she is involved with (GASP!) guns, she is persona non grata.

And how about the various TV talk / chat / interview shows....how long before they will discover her?  I won't be holding my breath.

27 posted on 01/09/2009 3:43:32 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: caver
Wow! Women and Guns Magazine. I might have to subscribe

A worthwhile and wholesome magazine for anyone to read....and when you're done reading a current issue it makes a great gift for a friend, whether a lady or a gent.  Many people haven't heard of it and it targets an extremely important demographic that needs more encouragement in the arena of firearms than what has been  frequently available in past times..

28 posted on 01/09/2009 3:48:51 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: Stoat

I had never heard of it before. The young gal that they featured has to be the pride of her Mother. I don’t remember them mentioning a Father but the Mom has done a great job! Nice uplifting story!


29 posted on 01/09/2009 3:51:22 PM PST by caver (Yes, I did crawl out of a hole in the ground.)
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To: Stoat
"The cartridges fired in CMSA competition are blackpowder blanks," according to Melissa, and will break a balloon up to about 15 feet from the muzzle. Live rounds are strictly prohibited at competitions.

Blanks that will break a balloon up to 15 feet from the muzzle?? Interesting. Why have I been under the impression that they use a wax wad or bullet? I must be wrong. Surely the reporter is correct.

30 posted on 01/09/2009 3:55:28 PM PST by jerry639 (Obama=false hope for delusional followers.)
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To: caver
I had never heard of it before.

It's been around for awhile but is rarely referenced in news articles and is seen on newsstands even less.  I only happened upon it by chance quite some time ago when I saw a copy for sale at a shooting range's shop.  When the internet came into being the magazine's online presence grew very slowly as well.

 The young gal that they featured has to be the pride of her Mother. I don’t remember them mentioning a Father but the Mom has done a great job!

It's easy to overlook the ONE line in the article that mentions her dad....he's probably not a bigger part of the article because it seems that he isn't personally involved with the sport whereas her mom is.

Melissa is the youngest of four children in a family headed by Doug and Elizabeth Dragoo, real estate developers in Arizona. She has an older brother, David, 23, a married sister, Mary Francis, 24, and another sister, Betsy, 18. Melissa not only launched her own career in this fast-paced sport, that's really two sports in one, but she got her mother involved as well

Nice uplifting story!

Agreed, and I'm delighted that you've found it to be worthwhile  :-)

31 posted on 01/09/2009 4:00:36 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: Stoat

Oh sorry, I missed the part about the Dad. Good for him too. I bet he’s a proud Papa. It is nice to see some positive stories. I spend too much time reading posts here on FR. They are almost 99.44% negative.


32 posted on 01/09/2009 4:07:03 PM PST by caver (Yes, I did crawl out of a hole in the ground.)
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To: jerry639
Why have I been under the impression that they use a wax wad or bullet?

I've seen interviews with 'trick' and 'exposition' shooters who perform with balloons where they have described the blanks they use as having wax tips.  It's possible that this cowboy shooting organization uses these as well, and there may be other styles of blank rounds too.  I'm no expert on blanks but rest assured that eventually a poster will come along who knows every single detail about every type of blank round and their intended uses....that's the great thing about Free Republic....lots of expertise in a wide variety of subjects.  :-)

33 posted on 01/09/2009 4:07:25 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: Stoat

Cool Story! She rivals the daughter and dau-in-law of a farmer friend in N.w. Kansas............but about 25 years younger.


34 posted on 01/09/2009 4:11:48 PM PST by Hot Tabasco (Today is just a little more special than yesterday.)
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To: Stoat; Brucifer; Eaker; AnnaZ

Amazing. Ride’em Cowgirl! Thanks for posting this Stoat.


35 posted on 01/09/2009 8:07:29 PM PST by Liberty Valance (Keep a simple manner for a happy life ;o)
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To: Liberty Valance
Thanks for posting this Stoat.

You're quite welcome and I'm delighted that you've found it to be worthwhile  :-)

36 posted on 01/09/2009 9:06:17 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: Stoat

I have seen some local competitions over here in the Texas Hill Country. The women and the horses were down right amazing. What’s not to love about women that ride horses and shoot guns?


37 posted on 01/09/2009 10:02:06 PM PST by Brucifer (Proud member of the Double Secret Reloading Underground.)
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To: Brucifer
What’s not to love about women that ride horses and shoot guns?

Nothing at all as far as a sane, intelligent and patriotic person is concerned.  Leftists and militant feminists, however, can undoubtedly produce quite a list of things that they don't like about them.  I'm guessing that there aren't too many of such evil people around the Texas Hill Country so you are indeed lucky and Blessed.

38 posted on 01/09/2009 10:16:38 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: Stoat

Cute kid.

What I really want to know however, does the horse get ear plugs?


39 posted on 01/09/2009 10:25:10 PM PST by gost2
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To: gost2; festus
 

What I really want to know however, does the horse get ear plugs?

LMAO  :-)

Apparently some horses spook from gunshots more easily than others, and it seems to involve both training as well as the horse's temperament. 

Perhaps our friend Festus know more about this, or members of the Free Republic Saddle Club.

40 posted on 01/09/2009 10:28:28 PM PST by Stoat (Palin / Coulter 2012: A Strong America Through Unapologetic Conservatism)
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To: EGPWS

Ping-a-ling for your enjoyment! :)


41 posted on 01/11/2009 6:00:42 PM PST by trussell (I carry because...When seconds count between life and death, the police are only minutes away)
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To: trussell
Ruger?

Just imagine what she could do if she were toting a Colt! ; )

42 posted on 01/11/2009 6:16:07 PM PST by EGPWS (Trust in God, Question everyone else)
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To: EGPWS
Just imagine what she could do if she were toting a Colt! ; )

The Colt would look better!

43 posted on 01/11/2009 6:22:09 PM PST by trussell (I carry because...When seconds count between life and death, the police are only minutes away)
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To: Stoat
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44 posted on 01/11/2009 6:50:35 PM PST by School of Rational Thought (CPA, MBA needs a job - referrals welcome)
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48 posted on 01/11/2009 6:54:03 PM PST by School of Rational Thought (CPA, MBA needs a job - referrals welcome)
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To: TigersEye

Look what I found for Sassy!


49 posted on 02/26/2010 11:05:26 PM PST by pandoraou812 (Alcohol/drug/dementia testing & term limits ought to be mandatory for politicians.)
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Just keep her away from FReepers. ;^)


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