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Old 06-06-2011, 04:14 PM   #1
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Ross Seyfried was just as bad as Elmer

he favored a 2.5" 357 snubbie as a "town gun", worn in a BOOT. you ever TRIED walking with a wheelgun in your boot? this was favored because it was accurate enough to take 75 yd coyotes from his truck on the way to and from town. Like he just COULDN'T have some $50 clunker rifle stashed in the truck, with 2-3x the range of ANY snub revolver, right? ross is a MANYmultimillionaire, guys, so he could EASILY afford to risk losing a weatherby by theft from his truck. He can also afford to have a VERY effective alarm system, bullet proofing, etc on that truck. He knew very well that a lwc in .38 super would far surpass the .357 snubby in both controlability and reach, yet he put out such bs in his G and A column, and nearly eveyone just SLURPED it down! :-)
 
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Old 06-06-2011, 04:38 PM   #2
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Is there...a point to all this?
 
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