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Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L

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Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L last won the day on March 20 2018

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About Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L

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  • Birthday 07/03/1946

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    48747 Life
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    Thunder River Renegades, Willow Hole Cowboys

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    Cypress, Republic of Texas

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  1. Rebel 17 with SS chips https://www.facebook.com/southernshinetumblers/
  2. Schofield for SASS -- until I held one and found the weight way too much for my twice-repaired shoulders, lucky I got to 'try before you buy' same with Henry 1860 -- too much strain on shoulders -- unfortunately I bought this one -- still a safe queen -- never been fired
  3. thanks for info just ordered a pair back to making loading blocks
  4. followed this advice ▲ and never looked back--really makes a big difference the fact that they are all of six miles from me helps, too. see they are now also into motorcycles
  5. I resize all my AAs with a MEC Super Sizer, then check with a case gauge. Do lose a few each time from being stepped on or plastic part too big. Still have plenty to reload When I get complete holes in cracks that form at the crimp area they are trashed
  6. monthly matches are great times to get that brand new RO's feet wet. The new TO can be shadowed by an experienced RO who can step in if/when needed. The new ones need to get OTJ training somewhere and EOT is not the place
  7. We ran our first match with practiscore and found it very close to ACES which we have been using forever. one thing: on combined scores it shows P's, B's but no M for misses? are we missing something (other than the occasional target)? thanks
  8. I'm a man, but I can change, If I have to, I guess
  9. I use mine every time I reload shotgun shells. Run all the fired hulls through and then check with case gauge These are worth the $
  10. respectfully I think I would use the $$ for reloading the calibers I shoot at matches
  11. I would say, if possible, find a mentor or club member that you help you out face-to-face. also getting a reloading manual should be on your list of things to purchase early on. We, the wire, will need to know if you'll be reloading just pistol caliber or both pistol and rifle caliber to steer you towards a reloading press FWIW I reload pistol on Dillon SDB and what few rifle I shoot on a single stage. Dillon 550s and 750s will do both rifle and pistol let us know cr
  12. I take it you don't get any staining from laying brass on bare metal screening? I use a piece of black thin fabric to aid in heat buildup and to keep brass off the metal have to give it a try without the cloth cr
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