07-27-2014, 10:38 PM
Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: Beautiful Downtown Monroe, GA
Col. Askins was not ashamed to tell folks that he had killed 27 men in gunfights during his career. He also noted that there were others, but he didn't keep track of those. I believe he just might have had all the qualifications to be called an S.O.B. He was not a man to be on the wrong side of!!
Originally Posted by Chuck43
Keith, if you haven't done so yet it sounds like you might enjoy reading "Unrepentant Sinner" the autobiography of Col. Charles Askins. I had mixed feelings after reading his story, he was a real S.O.B.
To his credit, he did design a great holster!!!
BTW Chuck, I like your new bottom tag line!!! Did your parents really abuse you and damage you little ego as child?? MINE, TOO!
As I grew up, if I got into something, I had three responses I was allowed to give my father (he retired as an Air Force Brigadier General): "Yes, Sir!, No, Sir! and No Excuse, Sir!! The consequences were delivered by "Mr. Brown", a thick, heavy Sam Brown belt left over from Dad's Army Air Corps uniforms!! I remember "Mr. Brown" to this day!! He did instill respect!!
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