XD40coyote wrote:Last week I was flipping channels and came across some show about Tombstone AZ's ghosts, so OF COURSE I started seeing scenes of OCers touring the town LMAO. You know how the anti gunners and anti OCersare always saying " this isn't the wild west, it's not the OK Corral!"...
Well anyhow, the show told about tourists at the famous location and there's re-enactors and the like, soI assume it's some sort of museum? Can you actually OC at the OK Corral? Have there been any OC gatherings in Tombstone? What do the tourists say? What if some anti gunner or anti OCer came up to you and started the old " this ain't the OK Corral", would you tell them you were just heading that way?
LMAO! You can OC anywhere in Arizona. Anytime. However... you cannot introduceprivate weapons into the Corral area for performances (for obvious reasons). The fight was actually 'in thevacant lotoff Fremont Street next to Fly's photo gallery"... but that takes too long to write. I go to all the special events in Tombstone. (Only an hour 'n changeaway) The tourista's don't say anything. This is what they come here for. This pix is the corner of 4th and Allen... about 75 yards from the OK Corral (other side of the street).
Oh... BTW... I'm originally from Ellicott City. Try doin' this on Main St/Frederick Rd... LOL! Freedom is a great thing to exercise.
The locals in Tombstone are still laffin' over that Ghost Hunter bunch that came here... Bunch'a dweebs.