he was an exhibition shooter for Remington peters -- one of his trademarks was to shoot the silhouette of an Indian chief on to a tin target --- I am also interested in finding a picture of him---a couple of years ago I caught a news clip of him doing this on Daytona Beach in the 50's I would very much like to have a video of this. email@example.com
My dad had a sporting goods store in 1952 where Ken Beegle shot the silhouette of an Indian chief on to a tin target from approximately 50 feet free-standing rapid fire with pre-loaded .22 caliber rifles. He signed it "Best Wishes to Williamson Sport Shop, Ken Beegle Rem-Pet 4/19/52". Every shot is an exact shot in line with the Chiefs feathers and facial features. I had it framed for my dad. I have often wondered the history of this excellent sharpshooter. firstname.lastname@example.org
His name is actually spelled Beegle. (I'm named after him; he was my great-uncle, although I never met him.) There apparently is a video available: www.gunfighter.com/videos/files/products/fast-and-fancy. email@example.com
William Remington died on 1954-11-24.
Yes, I am using a 308 and a 243 clip in my 1954 760 in 35 Remington.
Stories of the Century - 1954 Milt Sharp 2-11 was released on: USA: 28 February 1955
John Sharp - Australian politician - was born on 1954-12-15.
The 1148 in 410 ga. was introduced in 1954 and discontinued in 1969.
The RemingtonModel 121 fieldmaster was introduce in 1936 and discontinued in 1954
1954 -- just google pat. numbers then go to first listing
This serial number was produced between 1936 and 1954 out of a total of 199,891 Model 121s produced.
If it is in 100% new condition and unfired, it could be worth around $700.00.
Manufactured: 1947, value dependent on condition. I bought a model 121 fieldmaster brand new in 1954 and they were supposed to be the first hammerless pump . I do not know what year they originated but , now you know it was at least in 1954 or before . Wish I could pinpoint it better for you but you now have a jumping in point.
1954 World Series - 1954 was released on: USA: 29 September 1954
1954 Rose Bowl - 1954 TV was released on: USA: 1 January 1954
1954 Cotton Bowl - 1954 TV was released on: USA: 1 January 1954
The Long Journey - 1954 was released on: Australia: 1954 USA: 1954
1954 World Series - 1954 Game 1 was released on: USA: 29 September 1954
1954 World Series - 1954 Game 2 was released on: USA: 30 September 1954
1954 World Series - 1954 Game 3 was released on: USA: 1 October 1954
1954 World Series - 1954 Game 4 was released on: USA: 2 October 1954
U-S- Highway 1954 - 1954 was released on: USA: 2 August 1954
What Do You Have in Common - 1954 1954-07-01 was released on: USA: 1 July 1954
Home - 1954 1954-07-26 was released on: USA: 26 July 1954
A Queen's World Tour - 1954 was released on: Austria: 1954 West Germany: 19 February 1954 Finland: 28 February 1954 USA: 2 March 1954 Portugal: 4 March 1954
what happened in 1954
Basketball Headliners of 1954 - 1954 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Approved