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RIP Pat Rogers

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  1. LiquidTension

    LiquidTension Member

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    Pat Rogers has passed. Words cannot describe the loss to the law enforcement, military, and shooting communities. Pat was a world of knowledge packed into a Warrior Sized package and he shared his experience freely with anyone that was willing to learn. It is truly a pleasure to have known him and the highest honor for him to have called me Brother. We are diminished...
     
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    No way! I can't believe it...

    Wasn't he a good friend of Awerbuck's?

    As we do in the vintage Coleman lantern collecting community, I'll light a lantern for Pat, his family and friends.

    :-|
     
  3. Sheepdog1968

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    Had he been ill?

    Pat and Loui were very good friends.
     
  4. MaterDei

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    Nice tribute to him here
     
  5. Al Thompson

    Al Thompson Moderator Emeritus

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    Terrible news. I recall first reading his articles in Tactical Shooter in the late '90's, (IIRC) and thinking, who is this guy? He will be missed.
     
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    Well. That sucks.
     
  8. Ryanxia

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    That's too bad. From the articles people spoke very highly of him.
     
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