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Charlie MacNeil, SASS #48580

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About Charlie MacNeil, SASS #48580

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  • Birthday 07/18/1957

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    48580 Life
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Virtue Flat Shootist Society

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    http://www.sisleycreekpress.com
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    Male
  • Location
    Express Ranch, Oregon Territory
  • Interests
    Hunting, shooting, and writing novels. Reluctant TG of the Virtue Flat Shootist Society, Baker City, Oregon. :>) I also shoot with my good pards at the Oregon Trail Regulators, La Grande, OR.

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  1. Pinto Annie and Shalako Tucker make ours. For the last several years they've made us metal plates with category, etc. laser engraved on them then powder coated. First place is biggest, etc. We cut off the registration early enough that we can let them know how many we need for each category, which saves on unissued awards.
  2. This. It works along the same lines as making 6x45 brass for an AR out of .223. Lube well and resize.
  3. Evan is my go-to bourbon, although I'm kind of partial to Bulleit as well. The problem with Evan is that it went up $2/half gallon. I used to be able to get it for $15.95 at WalMarts in Nevada when I was driving through and now it's $17.95...
  4. I saw them for that, and up, at a gunshow in February no far from here.
  5. As a complete and total departure from the topic of this thread, at Tombstone in 2018 we had just gotten back to our motel from the match the weekend before Winter Range. I was driving. A group of shooters at a room just down the line commented that "It's pretty brave to drive with spurs on" to which I replied, "I did it the first time almost forty years ago. It's no big deal now!"
  6. And if you really want the "jingle, jangle, jingle" factor don't forget the jinglebobs! The spurs that live on my shooting boots have both decent sized rowels and jinglebobs. They sounded pretty cool when I strolled down the boardwalks in Tombstone!
  7. I seem to have led a deprived childhood. I only have 4 S&W's ((two .45 Colt Mountain Guns, a 4" blued 25(?) and a 67(?) (question marks are because I don't remember the model numbers for sure)) and no Colts, although I once had a Colt King Cobra that I traded for cowboy guns when I first started playing the CAS game. So I guess this means that I like Smiths better...
  8. I don't know about your area but when I first started shooting CAS here in Oregon all of the stages at the clubs I shot with specified left to right sweeps, for whatever reason. After a while it gets ingrained in your subconscious to shoot left to right. It's taken me a lot of work to be able to shoot target arrays from right to left if they flow better that way. I shoot CC with a crossdraw and I also got in the habit of shooting my left hand (crossdraw) pistol first on all stages. I've been teaching myself to draw whichever pistol works best for the best flow on a stage. I know that particula
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