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Marshal Chance Morgun

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About Marshal Chance Morgun

  • Birthday 08/02/1952

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    Illowa Irregulars and Shady Creek Shootists

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    Iowa-Illinois Border at I-74. Bettendorf, Iowa
  • Interests
    my grandchildren, golf, fishing, model railroading

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  1. Oh yeah! this one is going 4 pages for sure. I'll start. I liked it.
  2. Never been on a posse that didn't count as they picked up brass. Sometimes you take 7 back to the shooter and say, "sorry, that's all we could find" and shooter says "I had 3 in my hat. " Can't spend 5 minutes looking for that one last piece. Just part of the game.
  3. All those will do the job, and you guys can use what you want, but this is the brass picker I'd prefer.
  4. I could be wrong, but I believe you just posted a picture showing your crimp, and if I remember correctly, your crimp was fine. So remind us again what powder and what load you are using.
  5. So, are you getting a new hat, or just having yours stretched? Seriously, congrats. Never met you, but from your posts, I'd say you earned the honor. Even if for no other reason than the ribbing you take from us knuckleheads.
  6. Mountain Man took 1st 49'er and Overall Men's Champion and his lovely wife Daisy Ann took 1st lady 49'er, 2nd lady overall, and was 13th overall, at Fandango, put on by the great gang at the Western Wisconsin Wild Bunch.
  7. Reliable? Yes. Easy to maintain? Yes. They can be slicked up to be very smooth, but they can not be short stroked. They are very OAL sensitive, but that is not a problem. I load a .38 special to 1.52" with a 147 gr. TC bullet.
  8. From your title, I thought the question was going to be, fried or baked?
  9. Maybe, in part, because when I started in wasn't simply, "Let's see how fast you can shoot." There was usually a theme to a shoot and a back story with starting lines from a movie or TV show. You did non-shooting activities ( like shooting an arrow, throwing a hatchet or lasso), on the clock. You shot from a rocking horse or some type of prop. Yes, it was always a timed competition, but the emphasis wasn't on sub 20 second stages. Then, people started to ask about marketing SASS. There was a trend to less stuff and larger, closer targets all in a straight line and the same height that let you shoot faster. Now, some have suggested that way to attract new shooters is to make it more challenging. I could go on, but I think you see what I'm saying. Besides, this is not a new topic and very little, if anything, is ever accomplished by bringing it up. It's time to close it and move on to the "NEXT SHOOTER!"
  10. not similar character, but was in Lawman, Joe Kidd , and Geronimo.
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