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I'm so saddened to learn of this.
Aways enjoyed his postings
"Hav'n you along, is like loose'n two good men"
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Unfortunately never met the man, but saw his posts and insights here. My condolences to his family and please know he had many friends across the globe, even if we hadn't met yet.
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- Location: STILWELL OK
He will be missed. Always enjoyed reading what he had to say. May he rest in peace. CWO
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Informative posts about long range and paper patch from the continent down under. RIP Bruce!
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I learned from his posts...but his time has come and now he is on his greatest adventure.
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- Location: Patton State Hospital
I thoroughly enjoyed reading his posts, his knowledge and incites on BP shooting, a great mind. He will be missed!
"40 knots, no smoke"
"No man who refuses to bear arms in defense of his nation can give a sound reason why he should be allowed to live in a free country."
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Thank you for your kind words about my husband Bruce. He is missed so much by our family. Kind regards Yvonne Moulds
ventum est amicus meus
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- Location: Missouri
A loss of one is a loss for us all. Prayers for family,
I don't always shoot well, but when I do there isn't any reason.
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- Location: Lavina, MT
Sorry to hear this, Bruce was one of my mentors I looked up to. Loved reading his post on here. What a wealth of information that guy was.
He will be missed. My prayers go out to his family.
* If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop diggin'.
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That's so sad enjoyed reading his posts very insightful and informative, he will be missed greatly.
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Always enjoyed Bruce's well thought out responses and intellect. In one of my post's there was discussion about paper patch and a win with such in competition. It was brought up that the runner-up also used Paper Patch and Bruce in support thereof said something along the lines of "that is putting the cat in with the pigeons now!" I will always remember that response
My daughter is married to an Australian and lives over there so I have heard a lot of the Aussie expressions but first time I had heard this one, made me smile. As someone said earlier our ranks are diminished with the loss of knowledge.
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- Location: UK
Not looked in here recently and just come across the sad news. I always enjoyed Bruce's insightful correspondence. A great loss. Condolences to family and friends. David
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It's always sad to lose a fellow shooter. I didn't know Bruce but from reading the posts it seems he was a good friend to ALOT of shooters. May God be with him and his family during this sad time.....Rich