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Deuce Stevens SASS#55996

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  1. in my experience the positives have not outweighed the negatives so I will continue to shoot and produce a traditionally lubed bullet that has served me very well for 15 years of CAS shooting. Try them and see they may just be the bees knee for you but they were not for me.
  2. Tornado.........Thank you for your post, my thoughts exactly.
  3. Yeah bu I knew a guy who knew guy.............ah nevermind
  4. Don't look at it then. Just like any cowboy would do I adjust my gear so it's at it's maximum effectiveness for the task at hand. For me bandoleers are the most ridiculous in my eye but I'd never tell someone that on the range.
  5. I know the difference between the two, the volley fire pistol as explained by the manufacturer in the video is quite different.
  6. Two shots with one pull? The ATF will want to talk to them about that......
  7. Misty is well and getting ready to represent SASSat SHOT Show.
  8. Thank you Pete! Lets not get into $$$ specifics please LOL, I don't want to think about it. The memories and friendships made along the way have been priceless and would have been just as good without the buckles etc. I'd trade em all in a heartbeat for a few more minutes with friends that have passed on. Unbelievable rewards in this game that you can't put on a shelf.
  9. Practice with dummies will do far more than blasting away with live ammo. There are some excellent videos for learning how to load a SxS for our sport on Youtube.
  10. Here are a few of what I could actually get to without tearing the basement apart. Some are my wife and some are mine. Proud of them all but feel bad cause we don't do anything with them as far as display. Good memory fuel for all the good times and all the places I've been fortunate enough to go shoot at over the years.
  11. Sorry have to disagree, locktime not a factor in CAS.
  12. Short answer, you don't. It's all personal timing. Catching your hammer or jacking rounds out of a rifle are products of your perdonal timing being off.
  13. Shot with Parson at EOT a few years ago. Very nice gentleman. Will keep him in my thoughts.
  14. I would be extremely suprised if they could get a 9mm to keep up with sub 2 second runs. Interesting concept but revolvers chambered in rimless cartridges can be challenging enough.
  15. Welcome, going to the State shoot will be a really good option and gives you the chance to support a vendor. Wild West Mercantile online is also a very good choice and has been a huge supporter of SASS/CAS over the years. While it is possible to start and stay with the bare minimum I applaud anyone who is looking to start off trying a little harder in the clothing department. What we wear along with the spirit in which the game is played is what distinguishes SASS from other shooting sports and I love to see it embraced. Enjoy
  16. Have shot hundreds of stages that use rebar stands and thousands and thousands of rounds at targets hung on them. As someone who has moved TONS of steel I love the versatityand ease if use. Yiur targets and stands look great!!!!!
  17. Seems to be a regional thing. My neck of the woods they are almost uncommon, but at a friends club in CA they are very popular.
  18. Off topic here but figure I can get a answer. Has anyone used the Wolff, Wilson Combat or Miculek spring kits for the S&W Model 10 and do you they work well for you?
  19. I'm pretty sure Rick is looking to use this method for his cartridge pistols so the wads are not a option.
  20. The quality and craftsmanship differences are so obvious thats it's not worth touching on. Yes Stoegers have been in the winners circle many many many times. But currently there are a hundred shooters than can outrun the best SxS shooter there was in the game 10 years ago. Everything changes. Techniques have evolved over time. I thought I would never stop shooting my BSS. Loved that gun. When I finally broke down and tried a SKB the handling differences alone cut 3/4 of a second instantly. Shotgun is where THE most time is lost in the game. The Stoeger fills a much needed gap in the game by getting many shooters into the sport economically and fairly reliably, still have mine in my safe (first cowboy gun I ever owned). And guys if you don't want to drop the cash for a SKB for yourselves and you are lucky enough to have your wife shooting with you do her a favor and buy her a SKB, she will love you for it.
  21. I am pushing the reset button on this and resisting had some email issues with my Mac. This is my personal back up that has been a safe queen and never has seen a cowboy match. It's in really nice condition and has a lifetimes worth of cowboy shooting in it. Very small crack on right hand side, a couple scratches on stock from handling but other than that it's a cream puff. 22" barrel action work by Doc Noper. I should be keeping this for a backup but funds are needed elsewhere right now. Again awesome gun and not a slapped out backup. $1385 shipped to your FFL. Price is firm and no trades. SKB's this nice are getting hard to find. First "I'll take it" posted here gets it. Thanks for looking and Merry Christmas.
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