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Dutch Schoultz 
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11-09-17 09:22 PM - Post#1651118    

    In response to Wes/Tex

Wes,
Many years ago I drove to Dixie G W and bought a Japanese copy of a 1863 Springfiels rifle. which was an amazingly accurate copy of an original 18 63 Sprinfield I owned. All parts Interchangeable. I have given both to a gentlemen
who used in some National ML Team activity that required original rifles.. He has since nagged in some acrobatic with a RotoTuller that cost him a leg and has hampered his shooting activities.
I had a high regard for Dixie Gun Works when operating under the original founder but felta certain downgrading when it was taken over by his son or others. I haven't really spent any time considering it for some decades and hope it has bask to its old standards.
Their catalog came out annually and was quite an education in itself.

As most of my subscribers know I tended to make all my own accessories From ram rods to leather powder flasks.
.
It's all fun Or I should say It all was fun.

If there is something you want to do, do it if at all possible. As old F__Ts continually say. You don't regret the things you did. you regret the things you didn't do.

I'm not a memorizer of stuff but there is one old quote that stuck with me over the years:

On th plains of hesitation
Bleach the bones of countless millions
Who, at the dawn of Victory
Sat down to wait, and waiting, died

Unless of, course, you're married.

But you might get permission/

Dutch

 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
11-09-17 10:23 PM - Post#1651127    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Amen brother! Turner Kirkland was indeed a great guy and quite a character. I don't think DGW ever quite was the same after he passed away. They're still good for a lot of things but it's just not the same feeling as it used to have...just my opinion. Sorry to hear about your friend. Those Roto-Tillers can get you in a hurry. Know two guys who ended up on the short end of a disagreement with them!

My late wife was a keeper and let me wander off in the weeds and bushes to play Davy Crockett. I was smart enough to ask and that dear lady seldom ever said no!

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-10-17 07:27 AM - Post#1651174    

    In response to Wes/Tex

I keep seeing the heading

"Dutch's System Works"
This in reference to my few discoveries and a lump of logic.
It does refer to my own personal System.

After a heart attack you survived you will have some chest pains . They could signal another major event or just some pains called angina.
So when you wake up with chest pains you decide if this is the big final HONK or is it just Angina.
I am betting my current experience is angina, If I;m wrong it's been good to know you all.

When you read Old age is not for sissies I think this is what they are talking about..

I have yet to educate my son or daughter on how to carry on the campaign.

Dutch

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-10-17 02:45 PM - Post#1651230    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

It must be Angina because it's till going on and, 6 hours or so later, so am I.
Life has become an adventure.

Take care of yourselves.

Dutch

 
JPM_NC 
Pilgrim
Posts: 3
11-13-17 08:57 PM - Post#1651613    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Hang in there Dutch, I bought you "system" back in 2002 when I started shooting ML. Learned about you from the old Muzzeloading Mailing List that "Old Fox" ran. I learned so much from your stuff and that list.

Keep going best you can, still so many need to learn from you.

Jim

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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11-13-17 09:49 PM - Post#1651617    

    In response to JPM_NC

James, I doubt that you have the current edition. Much larger.
Send me an email
hvs289@gmail.com and U'll zip you a immediately/

Dutch

 
40 Flint 
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40 Flint
11-14-17 03:29 PM - Post#1651711    

    In response to JPM_NC

Hi Dutch. Sorry to hear of your continued health problems.
Special prayers and best wishes friend.
TC

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-14-17 04:41 PM - Post#1651729    

    In response to 40 Flint

TC,
Thank you Just aw my heart maven and he seem less alarmed than I have been. Gave some pills foraner gets and sent me on my way.
.
I apologize for hitting the panic butto last Friday.

DutchEl Pollo Grands

 
Zonie 
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Zonie
11-14-17 04:44 PM - Post#1651730    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

No need to apologize.

We all tend to think the worst when something seems to be wrong.
Just Jim...



 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
11-14-17 05:43 PM - Post#1651747    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Don't worry Dutch...like my ole buddy Bob used to say, "Gettin' old ain't for sissies!"

 
40 Flint 
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40 Flint
11-14-17 10:21 PM - Post#1651802    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Glad to hear you got a good report, Dutch. Try not to add more stress on the pump - or the controller either one.
TC

 
Robert J. 
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Posts: 18
11-20-17 09:50 PM - Post#1652670    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Dutch, I'm new to the traditional aspect of muzzleloading, so new I don't even have my gun yet! I mentioned to my wife I want your system for a Christmas present. If she sends money to the address on your web page, will she get that up to date version you mentioned?

 
yonderin 
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Posts: 33
11-21-17 07:33 AM - Post#1652709    

    In response to Robert J.

I just ordered and got it.

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-21-17 05:06 PM - Post#1652788    

    In response to Robert J.

ROBERT J.

SHE WILL NOT GET THE RECENT UPDAT, SHE WILL PROBABLY GET MORE THAN ANY OF THE RECENT SUBSCRIBERS BECAUSE I HAVE JUST DISCOVERED AN INCREDIBLE FACT OF WHICH I HAD UNAWARE SINCE I BEGAN SENDING THE SYSTEM VIA THE INTERNET.
I SPENT RATHER A LUMP OF MONEY GETTING EVERYTHING SCANNED AND/OR DIGITIZED AND PRINTED INTO A BOOK FORM WHICH I HAD PROOFED BY TWO GENTLEMEN OF THE FORUM AND A NUMBER OF LOCAL FOLKS AND ALL WAS WELL.
I THEN HAD IT CONVERTED INTO A FORM THAT U COULD E-MAIL EASILY.

All was happy, people liked it, I was happy even sales have been below hope and expectation/

But then Yesterday and all last night I became aware that something was missing. A rather important part which I am too d≠≠n embarrassed to point out till I have the solution in hand to send to all past internet subscribers.

My first reaction was to move to a distant town and hide

Expect an announcement late tomorrow or Thursday. I'll be spending Wednesday attached to a Dalysis machine so won't be able to do much.

Dutch Apologizing Internationally

 
Wes/Tex 
Cannon
Posts: 7448
Wes/Tex
11-21-17 11:54 PM - Post#1652847    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Speaking for myself, and I'm sure the rest of this merry mob, there's no need to apologise for learning something new. This addictive obsession is a learning experience from start to stop...you've added to that learning experience more than most of us. Like many of the major discoveries in history, it's very often;

"Dammit, didn't mean to do that...but look what's happening!"

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-22-17 12:16 AM - Post#1652849    

    In response to Wes/Tex

Thank You Wes Tex,
When you find what was missing you just may roll on the floor
laughing at my distress.

If I weren't somewhat responsible I would think it was hysterical

Dutc

 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
11-22-17 12:34 AM - Post#1652851    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Hey compadre...we've all done things we'd rather not share! Good thing God has a sense of humor and let's us do really stupid things without paying the price! As far as forgetting something simple...I nearly sent an early Apollo flight off without a hatch lock...just glad they had triple checks and double redundancies! The guy who caught mine was the one I caught accidentally transposing federal spec numbers that would have added a 20 mm Oerlikon AA gun to a power supply!
"In the meantime, just revise that last revised revision!"

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-22-17 07:42 AM - Post#1652886    

    In response to Wes/Tex

Tex, I told you you would laugh

Dutch

 
MSW 
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Posts: 6669
MSW
11-22-17 09:21 AM - Post#1652906    

    In response to Wes/Tex

  • Wes/Tex Said:
Hey compadre...we've all done things we'd rather not share! Good thing God has a sense of humor and let's us do really stupid things without paying the price! As far as forgetting something simple...I nearly sent an early Apollo flight off without a hatch lock...just glad they had triple checks and double redundancies! The guy who caught mine was the one I caught accidentally transposing federal spec numbers that would have added a 20 mm Oerlikon AA gun to a power supply!
"In the meantime, just revise that last revised revision!"

emphasis added


been there, done that ... i nearly ordered enough welding rod to make a small ship... when the Battalion Commander asked WTF, i told him that i was rather tired of the jumping out of airplanes business and was going to have the mechanic cob up a small boat and we'd sail to an English speaking non- extradition country.

got yet another lecture about being a smart- aleck, but, obviously, it didn't take.


 
Wes/Tex 
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Posts: 7448
Wes/Tex
11-22-17 05:19 PM - Post#1652957    

    In response to MSW

Jawohl Herr Gruppenfuhrer! God they hate that!

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-22-17 08:11 PM - Post#1652981    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

ANYONE who received my System over the internet, rather than in the mail received an imperfect package with major missing pieces.

To secure the missing pieces which includes the actual System

send an email to

hvs289@gmail.com

with the Heading

Missing System

and i'll zip the material to you as soon as I see your post.

Dutch

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-23-17 10:38 AM - Post#1653086    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

This is enlightening.
I have long suspected that few if any of my subscribers are members of the Forum. Or they all subscribed before I converted to digital format and mailed everything via the post.



I was expecting to be busy today filling the gap I had unknowingly been spreading widespread.

I was not.

Dutch




 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
11-23-17 10:37 PM - Post#1653204    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

  • Dutch Schoultz Said:

I was expecting to be busy today filling the gap I had unknowingly been spreading widespread.

I was not.

Dutch



They were busy making turkey disappear! Wait til tomorrow!

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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Posts: 700
11-24-17 06:49 AM - Post#1653228    

    In response to Wes/Tex

Wes Tex
I was aware that about 45 Million turkeys were consumed yesterday.
I was not part of that.
In wooded areas in the north and south, east and west there were gatherings of escaped turkeys holding candles and singing Amazing Grace.

I feel no guilt

Dutch

 
Wes/Tex 
Cannon
Posts: 7448
Wes/Tex
11-24-17 12:59 PM - Post#1653272    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

The turkey population got a pass from me too...went south Texas version. Tamales and the traditional guacamole! Cooking for one is the pits...I could have gone to Cracker Barrel or one of those but decided to enjoy an old favorite. Might even have gone the menudo route had I felt like investing the time!

Reminded of a dear friend from years ago. Kathleen was such a dear lady but decided she'd lived long enough and been a lady long enough it was time she started sending crap back to the kitchen and eating whatever the hell she wanted. Got in my three score and ten now too...time to be contrary!

 
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