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    Something i learned last night that people might or might not know.

    To dry-gulch is defined as to sneak attack and kill from a hidden or deserted place
    https://www.yourdictionary.com/dry-gulch

    Dry Gulch - No paddle up your creek.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by BiggishShoes View Post
    Something i learned last night that people might or might not know.

    To dry-gulch is defined as to sneak attack and kill from a hidden or deserted place
    https://www.yourdictionary.com/dry-gulch

    Dry Gulch - No paddle up your creek.
    Great minds think a like!

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    • #3
      In the movie, "The Missouri Breaks" Marlin Brando is hired as a regulator to assassinate the local horse thieves. He would do this by hiding in a gulch and shooting the thief from hundreds of yards away with his Sharps Creedmoor rifle. He is referred to in the movie as a dryglucher. The term is considered slanderous because drygulchers were cowards that the victim never had the chance to face and defend themselves.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Leon Kowalski View Post
        In the movie, "The Missouri Breaks" Marlin Brando is hired as a regulator to assassinate the local horse thieves. He would do this by hiding in a gulch and shooting the thief from hundreds of yards away with his Sharps Creedmoor rifle. He is referred to in the movie as a dryglucher. The term is considered slanderous because drygulchers were cowards that the victim never had the chance to face and defend themselves.
        I bet it would be annoying getting killed by a coward.
        "I once sent a dozen of my friends a telegram saying 'flee at once - all is discovered.' They all left town immediately." ~ Mark Twain

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        • #5
          VERY annoying!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Leon Kowalski View Post
            In the movie, "The Missouri Breaks" Marlin Brando is hired as a regulator to assassinate the local horse thieves. He would do this by hiding in a gulch and shooting the thief from hundreds of yards away with his Sharps Creedmoor rifle. He is referred to in the movie as a dryglucher. The term is considered slanderous because drygulchers were cowards that the victim never had the chance to face and defend themselves.
            A drygulcher; never heard of that one before.
            That is interesting; thanks Leon.
            Do you think there is a drygulcher in the Chase?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by FennMaster View Post

              A drygulcher; never heard of that one before.
              That is interesting; thanks Leon.
              Do you think there is a drygulcher in the Chase?
              Haha! Perhaps! Perhaps we should all be getting our affairs in order!
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