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  1. I shot a video of our local match using just my drone.
    5 points
  2. The above is a large part of the restrictive rules. The TO's should not be expected to know everything about every shotgun or pistol of the time period. When a gun jams, and needs to be cleared it's helpful to have folks around with knowledge of that gun. It's ultimately the shooters responsibility to clear it, but we see shooters all the time that don't know a thing about their cowboy or WB guns. Why throw something else into the mix? Folks should consider asking before buying if things are legal rather than buying and getting bothered that what they bought isn't legal.
    5 points
  3. You would be suprised how many show up not knowing their gun.
    4 points
  4. Thank You to all who bought the items that I was selling and to those who inquired about the items. Everything went pretty smoothly. I certainly hope everyone is satisfied with their purchase(s). I just want to thank the following folks (in no particular order) for making the transactions easy and painless. Thank You to: Bucky Buckskin Willyboy Grey Ghost Rooster Ron Wayne Preacherman Tom Payne T.K. Poor Red Waymore Loco Sedalia Dave Yul Lose The Bearded Wonder Tommyknocker Sixgun Borderline Kid
    4 points
  5. 66 vs 73..... humm, When I was 66 I could leap tall buildings with a single bound. Now, at 73 it takes me two bounds. Snakebite
    4 points
  6. Rat after tasting pasta for the first time
    4 points
  7. If you have a lightweight long sleeve shirt how much more cooling would there be if it were short sleeved? IMHO not all that much. And I also agree with @Attica Jack #23953
    3 points
  8. My kids definately have a case of the wants, I've mostly solved this by mandating if they want it they buy it with their own money, no money? here's a sink full of dishes, there's a yard that needs mowed...
    3 points
  9. The High Plains Highwaymen had their first annual match this past weekend. On behalf of the entire club we would like to thank everyone that came out and enjoyed our new range. Even though the weather was windy and cold on Saturday we had about 60 shooters hang in there and brave the weather. The food vendor did a great job with breakfast and lunch, and the music and dinners were great. The best part was the shooters getting together again and enjoying the commraderie. Again we hope everyone enjoyed the match and will come out again next year. Thanks to Everyone Again The High
    3 points
  10. Years ago I was made to attend a “Management Team Building Retreat” where we had 2 days of fun and frivolity with our esteemed “teammates” learning how to keep from throwing up and bashing our coworkers with blunt objects...I mean, we learned how to work cohesively and in unison as a “team”. (Insert puking emoji here) We had a session where they brought in this white woman who claimed to be Cherokee - she wouldn’t tell me how much Cherokee when pressed so I guessed “damn little”, if any. Anyway, she wanted us to go through an exercise to determine our “spirit animal”. I texted
    3 points
  11. Not sure what the purpose is other than to ruin a good cowboy shirt.
    3 points
  12. The number of blown up '97s, Marlin pumps, and single action revolvers, we've seen, kinda says, "not so". Just because someone shows up with a gun does not mean they know how to use it, how to reload, or to determine if their gun is safe to use.
    3 points
  13. Wild Bunch is named after the movie, “The Wild Bunch”. The opening scene showed bank robbers posing as soldiers using 1911s, ‘97s, and one Model 12. It’s why most competitors dress in army costumes. So watch the movie for a better understanding of the rules and restrictions.
    3 points
  14. Can I substitute my 1917 for the rifle?
    3 points
  15. I agree I hate when I have to bend over in my corset Never mind
    3 points
  16. Why @Pat Riot, SASS #13748 I never knew that you’re inner animal was a pussy cat, ahhhhh
    3 points
  17. found a picture of @patriot
    3 points
  18. Billy, I am not one of the deputies, on Posse 1, But i do need watching. See you there. Fox
    3 points
  19. I'll cast my vote for the tarp, and have used it: .32 ACP brass turns invisible on gravel! I had a Browning Hi-Power that would drop its brass in your hat if you knew where to set the hat. Very consistent. Everything else shucked hulls like a fat man spittin' watermelon seeds.
    3 points
  20. The proper annealing temperature is 650 F ... a propane torch on the case mouth no lower than the case shoulder or bullet seating depth will turn the brass a bluish/green at 650 ... then drop the case on a cotton towel to cool ... not in ice water
    3 points
  21. Thanks. To be honest, I was looking at a small image on my cell phone and thought it said large cat.
    3 points
  22. 3 points
  23. Alright, as the target demographic of this discussion, here are my insights. I started about 3.5 years ago, and I am 32 now. Sure the cost was not awesome, but I found deals, and borrowed. I found the money. Two biggest factors in all this, first off I had not even heard of SASS until my Father-in-Law informed me. I live near Branson, MO and there are 5 clubs in an hour drive. This sport has been very word of mouth, but I don't know how to fix that. Now once I got started, the hinderance to being more active came from schedule. A lot of annual and state matches around
    3 points
  24. my two dearest loves
    3 points
  25. If you are a bullet caster already, just melt up a pot of lead and dunk the mouth about half deep in the lead. Primers out so not to trap air. One by one. When you lift them out and lead falls away, they are done.
    3 points
  26. 3 points
  27. Yes, this area has been frequented by Navajo and Ute peoples in the recent (200-300 years) past, and prior to that the Anasazi (now officially called The Ancestors of the Modern Puebloan People. Yeah I know), and Basket Weavers. There is one spot on the property I call the pottery shop that has thousands of pottery shards and another area that was used for tool and lithic making. In addition, there were trade routes per through the area. I have found some obsidian fragments which is not found around here. Probably came from much farther south according to a museum researcher I contacted.
    3 points
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