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Tweed plus toos, green knee length woollen stockings, brown boots brown leather gilet, black two inch brim fedora and to finish the whole assemblage off a shocking pink shirt, well I am old enough to get away with it and to hell with the comments!


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OK- wondered about that- Loved the part where Val Kilmer (aka- "Doc") fires off 3 shots from his hammer double gun at the OK Corral shoot-fest, first one towards the sky- to spook the horse and throw off the Clanton dude in the saddle, next 2 were better aimed- but 3 rounds fired w/o breaking open the 2-holer for a re-loadski--?? Gotta love Hollywood--


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Three "stylin' dudes" - where are you in the Trio, Karl, if I may ask. RWTF


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It’s fine to shoot in costume, have friends that have shot in bib overalls and straw hats, more often vintage style hunting vest hats etc, using Farmer grade American SXS Guns. Someone with Lord of the Manor rig ought to have a suitable gun.

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I've always been much more impressed by how well a gent handled his gun than with how he dressed. Saw the same kind of thing when I competed for many years with m/l roundball rifles. There were two "camps", the traditional target shooters and the primitive competitors. The "primitives" had their own campsites and ranges at Friendship, across Laughery Creek. Quite a sight to see grown men dressed like Indians in nothing more than a breechcloth and moccasins, and carrying trade guns and tomahawks, or mountain man wannabees trucking around in the summer heat and humidity dressed in full buckskin leathers ............. trying vainly to ignore the sweat running down their legs.

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agreed stan...to each his own...


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The breechcloth and moccasin uni sounds terrific for AZ wear, can I get them in a Herringbone Twill?

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Some do --



Most don't --


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RWTF,
I'm the one in the middle holding my pipe, and Clapper Zapper is on the left. As it was pointed out, some do and some don't. The cool Spring weather was correct for the outfits.
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The outfit was appropriate for my 1910 Churchill.
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What pipe and tobacco Karl?


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