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I Met the Rifleman Once, I Miss That America

 
LORIEN (OP)

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I love that show. We watched it today. Its on everyday here we even got the kids watching it LOL. I want to fire my gun like that. Great story thanks for sharing.
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You are welcome! Good morals for the kids. I think if I remember he told us on stage that the loop was custom on that rifle and trips the trigger on each cock. I need to look up the gun, don't think it's a Winchester?
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ah you're kidding me right GLP?

here's the vid... knock yourself out

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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I counted twelve shots, how about you
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Lol they're arguing about it here [link to www.youtube.com (secure)] rocket
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Great story and one of my favorite shows as a kid (reruns)
was good clean content.
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Im 53 and I miss the shows that the whole family could sit and watch together. I wonder if it will ever be that way again.
I would trade everything I have to see families like that again in this country.
LORIEN (OP)

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Great story and one of my favorite shows as a kid (reruns)
was good clean content.
 Quoting: amplified2


Im 53 and I miss the shows that the whole family could sit and watch together. I wonder if it will ever be that way again.
I would trade everything I have to see families like that again in this country.
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So many of us obviously feel this way. My dad and I would wait to watch Mchale's Navy and Jackie Gleeson with Crazy Guckenheim and Green Acres. Mister Kimble was our favorite.
It was silly but clean. No sexual inuendos or fowl language.
Red Skelton was the funniest.
I don't know if we'll ever get it back in our lifetime.
The media is too far gone. Sorositized.
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I really like "The Rifleman." Good show. I also like "Grizzly Adams" & Roy Rogers movies/shows. I could go on & on.... Thanks for the post!

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I know. I am 37 and I wish I could live like that. I hate TV nw its such trash.
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I know. I am 37 and I wish I could live like that. I hate TV nw its such trash.
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02/26/2012 12:06 AM
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firearms will soon be a distant memory.....
LORIEN (OP)

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I know. I am 37 and I wish I could live like that. I hate TV nw its such trash.
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I think we're just a dying breed. Go by the wayside like the buffalo. I'm not sure the majority of youth care. They will inherit the sick society
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LORIEN (OP)

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Thanks for the pin folks!
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02/26/2012 12:12 AM
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It's pretty sad when a TV character represents your ideal of America. Get out much? Nah...didn't think so.
LORIEN (OP)

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02/26/2012 12:14 AM
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ah you're kidding me right GLP?

here's the vid... knock yourself out

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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I counted twelve shots, how about you
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Lol they're arguing about it here [link to www.youtube.com (secure)] rocket
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A 44-40. 11 in the mag and one in the chamber maybe?
I knew I counted twelve
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SEVEN THUNDERS
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02/26/2012 12:15 AM
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you know what op

they did it right

we don't need to remake something that is already superb

what we need is to harness that immense catalog of shows

and just launch

THE WESTERN CHANNEL

all westerns, all the time
LORIEN (OP)

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02/26/2012 12:16 AM
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you know what op

they did it right

we don't need to remake something that is already superb

what we need is to harness that immense catalog of shows

and just launch

THE WESTERN CHANNEL

all westerns, all the time
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Hell yeah, guns a blazin
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tranny witch nli
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02/26/2012 12:27 AM
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The Rifleman was just a TV show, but the Reeferman was real America

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02/26/2012 12:27 AM
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he was a good looking so-so baseball player
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5* and God bless!

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LORIEN (OP)

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02/26/2012 12:32 AM
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The Rifleman was just a TV show, but the Reeferman was real America


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Excellent vid! I wonder if blacks find that demeaning? They shouldn't, don't think any less of them. All talented and part of our culture. Funny, the Refer Man
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02/26/2012 12:33 AM
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You know he was a porn star--well known for being well hung--before he took the part as Rifle Man. I kid you not.
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I am pissed off at myself for writing that. So fuckin’ what if he had sex on film. I was born in the 50s and I loved that show too. I used to watch it with my Dad on Saturdays.
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Thanks for comin' around, man.

I don't care if Chuck did any of that, it doesn't take away from the fact that "The Rifleman" was a great show and instilled true moral values in kids like myself way back then.

Thanks OP! Great Thread. I'm givin' 5 stars because what you wrote deserves it. Good God how this country has changed since then!
LORIEN (OP)

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You know he was a porn star--well known for being well hung--before he took the part as Rifle Man. I kid you not.
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I am pissed off at myself for writing that. So fuckin’ what if he had sex on film. I was born in the 50s and I loved that show too. I used to watch it with my Dad on Saturdays.
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Thanks for comin' around, man.

I don't care if Chuck did any of that, it doesn't take away from the fact that "The Rifleman" was a great show and instilled true moral values in kids like myself way back then.

Thanks OP! Great Thread. I'm givin' 5 stars because what you wrote deserves it. Good God how this country has changed since then!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1177803


Thank you, thank you! Hey, how come the Anonymous's don't show up on my Karma lists or have Karma thunbs up/down.
Haven't figured that one out yet. And why does it say I have X amount of votes available that don't add to my total available? Dumb question maybe but I just keep hacking around with it.
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Gunsmoke's Lew Arness was closer to the real deal as he had seen combat in France and had spent a year wounded in a hospital. Always afterward walked with a limp and in pain.

Charles Bronson was a B17 tailgunner

Lee Marvin earned two silver stars as a marine in the Pacific and was one of the guys that really took that volcano on Iwo Jima[one of the other sargents in that unit was "Captain Kangaroo"]
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You know he was a porn star--well known for being well hung--before he took the part as Rifle Man. I kid you not.
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I am pissed off at myself for writing that. So fuckin’ what if he had sex on film. I was born in the 50s and I loved that show too. I used to watch it with my Dad on Saturdays.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1382159


Thanks for comin' around, man.

I don't care if Chuck did any of that, it doesn't take away from the fact that "The Rifleman" was a great show and instilled true moral values in kids like myself way back then.

Thanks OP! Great Thread. I'm givin' 5 stars because what you wrote deserves it. Good God how this country has changed since then!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1177803


Thank you, thank you! Hey, how come the Anonymous's don't show up on my Karma lists or have Karma thunbs up/down.
Haven't figured that one out yet. And why does it say I have X amount of votes available that don't add to my total available? Dumb question maybe but I just keep hacking around with it.
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Not sure, but I think only registered users can do the karma thing.
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Gunsmoke's Lew Arness was closer to the real deal as he had seen combat in France and had spent a year wounded in a hospital. Always afterward walked with a limp and in pain.

Charles Bronson was a B17 tailgunner

Lee Marvin earned two silver stars as a marine in the Pacific and was one of the guys that really took that volcano on Iwo Jima[one of the other sargents in that unit was "Captain Kangaroo"]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11462810


Yep, I knew about all of them. Jackie Coogan / Uncle Fester was a Captian I think in the glider squadrons and of course there's Audie Murphy.
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I remember the show..I was little...but my brother who is older than me ..still to this day remembers the opening theme.... It is sad that no one remembers.... times have changed too quickly...for us humans....I am sad to see how my children are growing up and being exposed to "things" they NEVER SHOULD BE!! What has happened to this country?????????
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Gunsmoke's Lew Arness was closer to the real deal as he had seen combat in France and had spent a year wounded in a hospital. Always afterward walked with a limp and in pain.

Charles Bronson was a B17 tailgunner

Lee Marvin earned two silver stars as a marine in the Pacific and was one of the guys that really took that volcano on Iwo Jima[one of the other sargents in that unit was "Captain Kangaroo"]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11462810


Wow!

Seriously, that is amazing stuff. I remember reading that many actors of old, like Jimmy Stewart, served our country back then. And it was the real deal in harms way.

Thanks for letting us know about these particular actors. I didn't know that. Can you imagine any actor in America today doing anything those men did?

No.

Also, if anyone can confirm this, I read years ago that "Mr. Rodgers" yes Fred Rodgers was a sniper in Vietnam with over 100 confirmed kills. If that is true, I am simply amazed. But then it would fit in with the men of that generation (serving their country).
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Great thread, OP. Five stars. Good Karma for you.
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I remember the show..I was little...but my brother who is older than me ..still to this day remembers the opening theme.... It is sad that no one remembers.... times have changed too quickly...for us humans....I am sad to see how my children are growing up and being exposed to "things" they NEVER SHOULD BE!! What has happened to this country?????????
 Quoting: saturn12


Mom had to go to work. Dad has to work longer hours and as salaried he works for free most of the overtime for a big beastie company that could give a damn about your personal life or limited quality hours at home with the kids. Our kids are raised by the computer and the IPOD.
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02/26/2012 01:09 AM
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This guy has to be based on Chuck Conners:
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LORIEN (OP)

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It's pretty sad when a TV character represents your ideal of America. Get out much? Nah...didn't think so.
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Sure In get out. Pretty sad when you mistake the character for the message in the show or the show itself. There are multiple characters and you're one yourself.
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I know. I am 37 and I wish I could live like that. I hate TV nw its such trash.
 Quoting: countrymomkel 4095088


I think we're just a dying breed. Go by the wayside like the buffalo. I'm not sure the majority of youth care. They will inherit the sick society
 Quoting: LORIEN


I think we feel a lack of something real to be proud of, but dont know why. Its apathy. We have nothing to care or look forward to, bring on the chaos is our echo.

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