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    A member of another forum is going to open carry while on vacation in
    Wyoming. He's not a member of OCDO. He's blogging text and photos.

    http://www.stinkfight.com/2009/06/04...wyoming-day-1/

    gridboy

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    Day two is here:
    http://www.stinkfight.com/2009/06/04...wyoming-day-2/

    It's the day we actually were in Wyoming and started to open carry.

    (Guess I'm not a unicorn anymore, since I signed up. Meh. Wife says she always wanted to be the unicorn's mate, ever since she was a kid.)

    MWD

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    Day 3 up now:
    http://www.stinkfight.com/2009/06/05...wyoming-day-3/

    Devil's Tower and antelope and battle rifles! Yay!

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    Day four is up:
    http://www.stinkfight.com/2009/06/06...wyoming-day-4/

    Includes Appleseed shoot.

    MWD

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    It was great getting to meet you and Debra! Sorry that I didn't have more time to chat at the Appleseed - kinda busy down on the other end of the line doing some teachin'

    Too bad you guys didn't make the second day of the shoot, especially since Boston made a surprise visit.

    Enjoying your blog, but I would be remiss if I didn't call you out on one thing... don't take it the wrong way as I know you're new to this stuff...

    Devil's Tower and antelope and battle rifles! Yay!
    ummm, "battle rifles"... no, at least not if you are referring to that Mini-14

    Don't confuse a Ruger Mini-14 with a M14 (M1A). The former is considered a barely acceptable poodle-shootin' ranch rifle. The later a true battle rifle.
    Many folks don't consider anything chambered in .223 or even 7.62x39 a true battle rifle as the ballistics just aren't capable of any kind of distance. Only rifles chambered in the likes of .308 (7.62x51), .30-06, .303, etc. would possibly be considered a battle rifle.


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    Don't confuse a Ruger Mini-14 with a M14 (M1A). The former is considered a barely acceptable poodle-shootin' ranch rifle. The later a true battle rifle.
    Many folks don't consider anything chambered in .223 or even 7.62x39 a true battle rifle as the ballistics just aren't capable of any kind of distance. Only rifles chambered in the likes of .308 (7.62x51), .30-06, .303, etc. would possibly be considered a battle rifle.
    Do'h! Thank you. I sit corrected!

    Day five and six up now:

    http://www.stinkfight.com/2009/06/08...g-day-5-and-6/

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    Michael,

    Great to see your OC experience posted online!!!

    Anthony

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    Thanks!

    Look forward to meeting you this week.

    MWD

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    Day six and seven up now. Now with 50% more battle rifles!
    http://www.stinkfight.com/2009/06/09...g-day-6-and-7/

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    You know you’re in Wyoming when the elevation is four times the population!
    Truer words have NEVER been spoken! I miss Wyoming. Last time I visited was thirteen years ago.

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    Last two days, up now. Us sadly going back to California up now (some stunning photos of Utah and Colorado - with snow - in there too, and the open carry dinner in Cheyenne):

    http://www.stinkfight.com/2009/06/13...0-end-of-trip/

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