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Bull Skinner

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    The Wild Prairies of Southern Illinois
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    CAS, History of the West, Harleys

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  1. That is the code, just type “sass” in the box. Gets you a 5% discount.
  2. We just shot a 22 category last Saturday any SASS legal shotgun was allowed. Some shot 410s, I and others used our 12 gauges.
  3. I shoot Red Dot in my all my cowboy guns. Tried a pound of IMR Red. Found that reducing my Red Dot loads 0.2 grains in 38 Spl gave comparable performance. 3.4 grains Red Dot or 3.2 grains of IMR Red under a 125 grainer..
  4. Good Shoot, may do it again next year. 19 shooters braved the cold. I among others will be ordering Wolf Springs for our Wranglers. My fingers are sore from cocking and firing them. The lawyers have outdone themselves on these pistols.
  5. Sounds like fun Sam. I just got a pair of Ruger Wranglers. I’ll shoot them along with a Henry Silver 22. It oughta be fun.
  6. I’d buy a lb to try it, if I could find it for less than $28 per pound. Anybody know a cheaper source?
  7. What Joe said. I use a Lyman 55 and can throw a +/- 0.1 grain charge of Red Dot. Good enough for the light loads we use in this game.
  8. That’s right, MILD BUNCH. We are gonna have a 22 category, just like center fire just substitute 22s for pistol and rifle. Run what ya got single action, double action or semi-auto pistols, lever or pump rifle, 410 thru 12 gauge shotgun. 22s will be scored separately. Oughta be fun. Yes, you can shoot your centerfires if ya don’t wanna shoot 22s. Bring yer own vittles. 5 stages for only $10, such a deal! See ya Saturday.
  9. I’ve loaded 4.2 grains of Red Dot and Promo with Both 165 grain and 200 grain bullets. Have shot them with the temperature in the 30s with no problems and with good “cowboy” accuracy
  10. What Slim said. Depressing that trigger bypasses the little thingies that go click.
  11. I have a pair of Richards Type II transitions with 8” barrels. They are chambered in 44Special. I shoot BP in 44 Russian cases in them. I am playing cowboy and not competing. With work they can be made competitive. If you plan to go fast I would go with shorter barrels as the original length of 8” ain’t conducive to speed.
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