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Bullett Sass 19707

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About Bullett Sass 19707

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  • Birthday 12/02/1959

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    19707
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    Oregon
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    Shooting, Hunting, model building

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  1. I shoot a shotgun load that leaves a lot of plastic in my barrel. The load I use allows me to compete in this sport so I don't intend to change. My question is, I need a stiff brush to clean out the plastic and the brushes that I get are to flexible. I bought a stainless steel tornado brush but I am worried about scratching the bore. I shoot the same load in my model 12 and 97 with almost no plastic but the browning BSS gets a lot of plastic. Is SS to harsh or do I need a stiffer bronze brush? Thanks Bullett 19707
  2. When wild bunch first came out it was designed to be another category of CAS. There was such an uproar over the new category the SASS decided to make it a stand alone event. That's the reason we used 5 rounds in the magazine of the 1911. The reasons mentioned above made this combination difficult. Bullett 19707
  3. I have green 9mm bullets from this company, good luck Bullett 19707
  4. I have loaded several hundred rounds of 410 brass shells in 444 cases. The cases last for many loads and almost never split. Because you don't crimp the brass you can make very minimal loads to very powerful loads. The load does not have to fill the entire case. Whether you load brass cases or plastic the best smokeless powder I have found is called LIL GUN. This powder is designed for the 410. I have loaded several thousand 410 in plastic cases mostly AA and the main problem is the empty cases will not fall out of the shotgun after firing them. My little stoeger has been through three daughters shooting for the past many years. Bullett 19707
  5. In our 22 matches we use 22 rifle, 22 pistol and no shotgun. For the 22 rifle we allow bolt action, lever action and pump action. For the pistol you can use a double action revolver. We extended the round count to 12 or 15 rounds in the rifle. Bullett 19707
  6. Before you buy look at what Boggus wrote here the 32 spl is more like a 30-30. Bullett 19707
  7. We used to do the same thing for the top gun shoot off at the Idaho state shoot. The guns came from a number of shooters. The idea was the only guns you were used to were your own. Like this stage some of your cowboy guns were part of the stage. One of the problems we had was restaging all the guns. We also had the shooters where they could not watch the shooters ahead of them. You can learn a lot by watching the shooters ahead of you. Bullett 19707
  8. I have a 4 inch nickel plated M 29, great gun. I have never fired one round of 44spl in it. I fired my 500 th round through it Sunday.
  9. I was bailing hay for my Dad and the farmer across the road from me was bailing wheat straw. I saw him jump off the tractor and start jumping around and kicking up dirt and throwing it about. I thought he stirred up some wasps. Then I saw the smoke, had to run a quarter mile the nearest farm house for the phone. The year was 1978, so not cell phone. Bullett 19707
  10. When I hold a 32-20 round up to my 32 mag single six cylinder the 32-20 is to long. Bullett 19707
  11. When you go to a match to try out different shotguns, make sure and take a box or two of factory loaded 12 ga ammo. If you can find Winchester AA low noise low recoil. Then you can try several persons shotguns. Bullett 19707
  12. Ok as for 24 magazines that's if you don't reload between stages. I have been doing wild bunch matches since 1995 and have never used more than 7 magazines on a stage. If you don't mind reloading between stages 7 or 8 will work fine. Bullett 19707
  13. I don't use them any more. Tuned or untuned loaded ammo or reloads. Most likely primer to not go off. I for sure do not use Winchester for my self defense ammo. Bullett 19707
  14. Contact Left Dude, I think he sells to screwdriver in the cart. Bullett 19707
  15. I have noticed that clubs in my area of the country that treat monthly matches like state or annual matches have better attendance. They go through the categories and announce each persons place. They give out business like cards with your category and placement.. Some clubs also do this also at USPSA matches. Bullett 19707
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