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I don't know if you guys have heard yet, but Charlie fell at home, suffered a head injury, and after a short hospital stay, has died.

No one guarantees us tomorrow.
 

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No, Patrick. I hadn't heard. Charlie made his home not far from me in Florence. He was always enlisting the aid of the Florence P.D., specially their SWAT, in his articles.

God Bless and keep you, Mr. Cutshaw. May he comfort and give strength to your family.
 

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Damn just Damn

I heard Stephen Camp has passed and now Charlie :(

I'm not into rifles but enjoyed reading his articles.
 

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I just read about them on Mas' blog. I had seen Charlie's byline, but wasn't too familiar with his writings, but still...
I have spent a good bit of time on Stephen Camp's website and followed his posts, and there just isn't a more polite person anywhere. Learned much and enjoyed his writing--condolences to his family & friends...he left the range way too young.
 

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They say these things happen in threes....everybody seen the sawbones this year for a tune up?

Geoff
Who notes another generation passes, first the WWI vets, then the WWII and Korea vets and now some of the SVN wargames vets are going.
 

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shep854 said:
I just read about them on Mas' blog. I had seen Charlie's byline, but wasn't too familiar with his writings, but still...
Charlie wrote a lot for "Guns and Weapons for Law Enforcement". If you ever watched any of the History Channel's "Tales of the Gun" and such, he was a contributer to those. They credited him as a writer for the Janes.publications. He told the story of a battlefield pickup AK he had in Viet Nam. Once or twice a year, he and his buddies would pull it out, kick open the bolt (which had rusted shut) and blast away.
 
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