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Yusta B.

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  1. I've shot with a lady in a wheelchair, a double amputee, a shooter with no trigger finger, all sorts of maladies. If a person wants to shoot, there are MANY clubs that will make any adjustments necessary to accommodate them.  All  that's required is showing up. This is truly a sport for anyone as long as they have the desire to shoot and are capable of safe gun handling. 

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  2. 3 Pair in our family. I shoot them, my daughter shoots them (won Comin At Cha '19 & Oklahoma State  '20 L. Frontier Cart. and my granddaughter shoots them (WR '19 1st in category & 5 various state category 1st. And if anyone fu-fu's .32's, ask them to hold some targets for ya !  We shoot 100 & 115 gr. @ 750-850 fps. They're muy fun & very reliable.

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  3. On 9/8/2020 at 1:13 PM, Creeker, SASS #43022 said:

    I much prefer the instructions that I installed at Eldorado - that use upright markers/ barriers.

    Regardless of body placement - the rounds from a given gun must pass a designated side of a marker (usually a 6ft piece of pvc pipe standing upright).  




     This is what T-Bone does.  He also says - you have to stage guns according to stage requirements and baring stage instructions to the contrary, you can shoot them from wherever you like & re-stage anywhere safe.

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  4. 1 hour ago, Mister Badly said:

    I like WATCHING the other shooters. Sometimes I learn a different way to shoot a stage. The brass can wait a few seconds.


    Yes .. ^^  I don't particularly care for people (except TO) moving around the firing line during my blazingly fast stumble thru the stage.


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  5. 15 minutes ago, Tombstone Shootist1 said:

    I stocked up about 6 or 7 months ago.  Have several thousand primers, so haven't needed any, but my cousins son texted me and asked if I could find him some primers.  After checking around, found there are none, so wasn't aware of the shortage.  

    Check gunbroker - lots of primers ........... 'course they're about $130/thousand or so.    1f616.png

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  6. This ^^ Unless you can find a pair of Single Six .32's. They will be good for years. Can go up to a 115 gr bullet & down to a 78 gr. My 15 yo granddaughter still uses hers after 5 years of shooting. Won her 6 state category titles & 1 Winter Range (in her category).

  7. You might try this - I have no experience with it. YMMV


    Salt Neutralizer attacks the salt layers, and converts them into a water-soluble form that can be easily rinsed away. Unlike detergent based products, Salt Neutralizer's blend of organic acids, corrosion inhibitors, and penetrants neutralize the corrosive film left behind by road salt, brine and ice melt.


  8. 43 minutes ago, J.C. Smoke, SASS #22300 said:

    I don't really have a problem cleaning brass shotgun shells.  My problem is, at the range,  because I shoot real black, by the time I get home they start to discolor and then I have a problem cleaning them. Sometime I need to run them through my pin tumbler twice.  


    Does anyone have an kind of neutralizing solution so that I can put them in immediately after firing?




    1 minute ago, Tequila Shooter said:


    This ^ plus all the brass cases.  Get home rinse with water.


    These ^  plus don't let them dry before you throw then in with the pins.

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  9. On 8/12/2020 at 12:41 PM, Sedalia Dave said:

    One bit of advice when loading APP or 777. after you have completed loading take your powder measure apart and thoroughly clean it with soap and water. Otherwise it will corrode.  If you are going to load over several days you don't need to clean every day but once you are done for a week or more thoroughly clean with soap and water. 



    There is a bit of gold in Dave's post .....

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