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Chuckaroo #13080 Regulator

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About Chuckaroo #13080 Regulator

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    Hall of Fame Member

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  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Damascus Wildlife Rangers, Thurmont Rangers, Westshore Posse, Monocacy Illregulars, Potomac Rangers

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  • Location
    Ijamsville, Maryland
  • Interests
    Cowboy Shootin' & Street Rods

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  1. NK, the rankings are based on your overall IQ! =};-) Roo
  2. Tex, I joined the same day. I believe it was born on July 24th.
  3. This July, celebrates the 20th birthday of the SASS Wire.
  4. Try Numrich Gun Parts https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-manufacturer/winchester/shotguns-win/97-win?page=2
  5. There is a reason we have 3 spotters. And there is a reason to have targets that are not dead.
  6. Good job "Skinny" hope to see you soon!! Roo
  7. Having made the shooters badges, your numbers are close. Not 800 main match shooters though. Numbers may include those that had to drop out but I'm sure that is a small number.
  8. Because large numbers of competitors mandates 4 a day so they can accommodate more people. EOT and Winter Range do it for the same reason.
  9. That is correct. the new members badge is slightly different and I think I like it better but the same applies if you lose your original badge. You must order a collectors badge to replace it. SASS purchases badges in groups.
  10. Part of the initial logic for the number of states in each of the Regional's, was based on the number of SASS members in each state. The attempt was to try and make the number of SASS shooters as equal in each region as possible. This was difficult and a good idea but it created groups of states that were not considered part of know "regional" geographically. Some regions had a lot of states while others did not.
  11. I have 2 650's, one set up for large primers and the other for small pistol primers. They are worth the extra money and their customer service (plus free replacement parts for life) are the envy of the industry.
  12. Hickcock45 had a hard time not bashing the gun he reviewed. It's not his style but he came close. Although the gun "functioned", when you pay $650+ for a rifle, you expect it to be more than functional. Cowboy shooters will will in time add a patina of wear but not all buyers are cowboy shooters. When the obvious flaws are noticeable by the novice, one must question the rest of the guns quality as well. Remington has not done a very good job of reproducing the quality that the Marlin once had. They have had more than ample time to do so, yet they continue to put out a second rate product at a 1st rate price. It is sad to see this happen to a gun that was once cherished by its users. My 2 cents.
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