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Ugly Coyote

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These are mostly from various Fresno Safari Shoots in the mid 1970's.

From photos I've seen of recent tournaments, you people are not getting with the program! Your headgear is much to conservative.

Here's Hugh Rich engaged in hat swapping. Is that a thing?

1.jpg  Now, on to the good stuff.

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Isn't this something flight attendants wore?
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Now for the classic beer can hats.

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I'm getting a feeling this guy likes Budweiser, but I don't know why.

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I really like some of those old hats! I remember the Jones style and the pork pie very well. I liked them a lot. If I had all the hats I have misplaced since the 1960's, I could fill up a dump truck with them.
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Neat pics Ira......likin' the crafty beer hats!!!

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Hats are very collectible, seems every company has made them.  Some are quite the fashion statement.  Thanks Ira.
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You're a HOOT Ira!
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I love the “pull tab” hatband! (10th photo down). It’s more subtle and refined than the beer can hats! LOL
I remember lots of various beer and soda can hats from the ‘70’s. It’s funny to see a few pics of them.

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