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Dead_Head

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About Dead_Head

  • Birthday 12/25/1950

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    29768 TG Regulator
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    White Mountain Regulators of NH, Jedi Gunfighter #131, Order of the Crow

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southeastern NH now, but from the South.
  • Interests
    US Shooting Team 1975-96. US Army Marksmanship Unit 1974-77. US Army Reserve Shooting Team 1977-94.

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  1. Congratulations to Tyler Tornado and Dueling Des for winning the 2020 SASS Maine State Championships held Sept 11-13, 2020 in Berwick, ME by The Maine Marshals. Tyler Tornado and Dueling Des not only did the registration, the writing of the scenarios, the production of the booklet, served as Match Director and able assistant and ran a posse, they also won high overall Man and Ladies and had a wedding. Not bad for a couple of mid-20 year old shooters. Thanks to all that helped put on this shoot with 58 shooters on a beautiful weekend in Southern Maine. Results Dueling Des and Tyler Tornado - High Overall and 2020 SASS Maine State Champions Tyler Tornado and Dueling Des with Preacher Ben Pray'n officiating ...
  2. Do it when you renew your SASS membership and no charge. (At least when I did it several times 2002-2004.)
  3. Wild Bill, she shot an original 1897 that worked one hell of a lot better than that awful double barrel she tried to shoot for years.
  4. Congratulations to the 2020 SASS NH State Champions 'Binky The Kid' and 'Splinter Bill'. 'Binky the Kid' started as a young girl with her father, 'Owl Hoot', and is now working as an architect while shooting .44-40's in rifle and pistol. 'Splinter Bill' was a previous state champion in 2017 and then had a nasty bout with cancer, but is back in good health. Congratulations to 'Tyler Tornado' from Maine and 'Hey Moe' from Connecticut for High Overall Men's and Ladies Champions. The 'Fracas at Pemi Gulch' was held August 21-23, 2020 at the Pemigewasset Valley Fish and Game Club in Holderness, NH. As usual we had some sun, some rain and some nice weather! Thanks to 'Dakota Joe' and his crew of volunteers for putting on the shoot in this year of COVID-19. Entries were down, but those attending sure enjoyed themselves. Results 2020 SASS New Hampshire State Championship 'Fracas at Pemi Gulch' August 21-23, 2020 Results: Overall, Category, Clean Shooters 2020 SASS NH State Champions: Splinter Bill and Binky The Kid 2020 Top Overall Shooters: Hey Moe and Tyler Tornado Category Winners Classic Cowboy Leadslinger Lesky Frontiersman Doc McCoy Frontier Cartridge Windjammer Ladies Frontier Cartridge Ruby Rose Longshot Frontier Cartridge Duelist Wagon Box Willy Frontier Cartridge Gunfighter Dead Head Gunfighter Knob Creek McGee Ladies Gunfighter Nanny Oakley Senior Gunfighter Chelsea Kid Ladies Senior Gunfighter Emma Goodcook Senior Duelist Grazer Ladies Senior Duelist Nantucket Dawn Buckaroos Sweet Mariss Cowboy Tyler Tornado Cowgirl Dueling Des Wrangler (36+) Nutmeg Ryder Ladies Wrangler (36+) Hey Moe 49'r (49+) Thirty Thirty Ladies 49'r (49+) Patsy Montana Ladies Senior (60+) Hawley McCoy Silver Senior (65+) Eastern Tenderfoot Ladies Silver Senior (65+) Avocatessa Elder Statesman (70+) Blackwater Tinker Grande Dame (70+) Jessie Saint Anne Grand Patron (80+) George Silver Stage Winners Stage Winner 1 Nutmeg Ryder 2 Tyler Tornado 3 Tyler Tornado 4 Tyler Tornado 5 Grazer 6 Nutmeg Ryder 7 Nutmeg Ryder 8 Nutmeg Ryder 9 Tyler Tornado 10 Tyler Tornado Side Match Winners EVENT MALE FEMALE Warm-Up - Stage 1 Tyler Tornado Hey Moe Warm-Up - Stage 2 Nutmeg Ryder Dueling Des Warm-Up - Stage 3 Tyler Tornado Dueling Des Plainsman Mini-Match Winner Gun E Bear - Wild Bunch Modern Winner Tyler Tornado Dueling Des Wild Bunch Traditional Winner Doc McCoy - Speed Pistol Flint Diamondback Dueling Des Speed Rifle Tyler Tornado Dueling Des Shotgun - Pump Milo Sierra Dueling Des Shotgun - Double Nutmeg Ryder - Pocket Pistol - Accuracy Wagon Box Willy - Long Range Rifle - Single Shot Chelsea Kid Binky The Kid Long Range Rifle - Single Shot Black Powder Iron Horse Pete - Long Range Rifle - Lever Action - Rifle Caliber Dead Head - Long Range Rifle - Lever Action - Pistol Caliber Iron Horse Pete Dueling Des
  5. Steven B. Seguin, 69 passed away peacefully at home in Exeter, NH on August 4, 2020 from complications of Parkinson's Disease. Steven was born August 2, 1951 in Manchester, NH to the late Thomas and Marie (French) Seguin. A lifelong resident of Exeter, he attended St. Michaels Catholic School and graduated from Exeter High School in 1970. He also earned his Master's Degree in Business Education at Southern New Hampshire University. Always one for an adventure, Steve enjoyed drag racing, rock music and cowboy action shooting. Known as 'Captain Morgan Rum' to his shooting companions, he was the Territorial Governor for the White Mountain Regulators of NH and ran the SASS New England (Northeast) Regional for many years in addition to many SASS NH State Championships, SASS Black Powder Shoot Outs and the famous Iron Cowboy Shoots. The 'Captain' will be greatly missed by the shooting community. Steven was predeceased by his only brother Stanley Seguin, his father Thomas, his mother Marie and his first wife Kathie (Keller) Seguin. Steven is survived by his wife Desiree (Knibbs) Seguin, son Michael and his wife Sarah (Smith) Seguin of Billerica MA, daughter Michele Seguin of Newmarket, NH and grandchildren Angel, Bethany, Alison, Claire, Annah and Issac. ARRANGEMENTS: At Steve's request there will be no services. A family memorial will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the SASS Scholarship Foundation, 215 Cowboy Way, Edgewood, NM 87015. Assisting the family with arrangements is the Cremation Society of NH, Hampton.To view Steven's Online Tribute, send condolences to the family, or for more information, visit www.csnh.com. http://csnh.tributes.com/obituary/read/Steven-Seguin-108492224
  6. Capt. Morgan Rum SASS 6859 Life TG Regulator (Steve Seguin) (August 2, 1951-August 4, 2020) has left the range. Steve was the Territorial Governor for the White Mountain Regulators of NH and ran the SASS New England (renamed Northeast) Regional 2006-2015. He ran the WMR shoots for many years and ran many SASS NH State Championships, SASS Black Powder Shoot Outs and the famous WMR Iron Cowboy Shoots. Steve traveled widely shooting SASS Championships with his wife, Miss Delaney Belle. His daughter, Raven Maniac, also shot CAS for many years. Steve won the SASS NH State Men’s Championship in 2002. He was very competitive with many, many category championships, especially in Frontier Cartridge and B-Western. He had suffered from Parkinson's Disease since 2016. In his earlier life he had been a champion in NMLRA competitions at Friendship, IN in bench and buffalo. He was also a noted drag racer traveling all over the Northeast and Canada. 2002 SASS NH State Champions - Miss Delaney Belle and Capt Morgan Rum. Capt Morgan Rum at the Halloween Shoot. At Steve's request there will be no services. A family memorial will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the SASS Scholarship Foundation, 215 Cowboy Way, Edgewood, NM 87015.
  7. Thunder Creek Kid, Ole Rattlesnake and Mossy Pops: Please email me a photo of yourself for the Jedi Gunfighter website to raypcarter@comcast.net.
  8. You can see all the Master Jedi's here.
  9. Stay healthy and support your local club shoots.
  10. Dead_Head

    38-55

    23.0 grains of Reloader 7 powder, 255 grain Bear Creek Moly Coated bullet.
  11. 'U B Mountain' also known as Tom Lovett passed away last week. He was a member of the Hurricane Valley Rangers of Falmouth, ME and was the father of 'Jake Mountain' and 'Lilly-Kaye Mountain', husband of 'Ellie Mae Mountain', brother of 'S F Mountain' and grandfather of 'Kid Mountain'. He will be missed. Born on September, 18, 1938 in Portland, Maine to George Rowell Lovett and Helen (Thomas) Lovett. He attended school in Falmouth through 7th grade, then transferred to Cardigan Mountain School in Lebanon, NH and graduated High School from Deering, Portland, Maine. He also attended Burdett College in Boston, MA Tom lived with his family in Falmouth Foreside, Maine until his marriage to Barbara Jacobs in October, 1965. They started their married life in Cumberland Ctr., ME, and in 1968 they, together with his brother Bill and his wife Linda, bought Hatchers Motel and Steak House in Naples, ME which they operated until 1973. They moved back to Falmouth, ME that year to care for his widowed mother. His work history included several years at DiElectric Communications in Raymond, ME, and sales reps for The Fuller Brush Company, Lynch Paint Company, and the Exxon Gas station in Falmouth, ME. He was active in Boy Scout Troop #34 for many years, and for 30 years was an active baseball umpire for the Little League, the High School level, and Babe Ruth. He received the Umpire of the Year award in 1984. He was a lifetime participant in competitive pistol shooting, both bullseye, international, and black powder shooting. In his later years, he was active in SASS western shooting, and a member of the Hurricane Valley Rangers. He was an endowment member of the NRA, a lifetime member of USRA, and the Pine Tree Rifle and Pistol Assoc. He was a 40-year member of Casco Lodge #36, AF & AM, a 40-year member of Cumberland, Mt. Vernon Chapter #1, R.A.M., holding the position of High Priest in 1979. He was Grand Principal Sojourner in the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of ME 2000-2001, and Grand Sentinel of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of ME from 2001-2003. He was for many years active in the Red Cross, and in this capacity drove trucks to deliver supplies to families in need, or any other occasion that arose. During Hurricane Andrew in 1992, he spent three weeks volunteering in Homestead, Florida. He married Elaine Mary Soldaitis in July of 2005. They lived in West Falmouth where he continued to live until his death. Tom is survived by his son, Christopher Thomas Lovett of NC, his daughter, Kimberly Lovett of Cumberland Ctr., Maine, his brother William F. Lovett of Falmouth, ME, two nieces, Danielle Lovett Fleury of Boca Raton, FL, and Megan Lovett Diou of Falmouth, ME, and several cousins.
  12. Interested in selling me the .357 mag brass?

    1. Hollifer A. Dollar

      Hollifer A. Dollar

      Someone beat you to it, sorry.

  13. Unfortunately not as we bought a new house in August and we are still pouring money into it finishing the lower level, Rinnai heater, standby generator, etc. We also are planning on going to England in August to visit friends of Miss Kendree's from when she went to school there for a year. Also to watch a US team compete at Bisley as it will be 40 years since I won the British Smallbore Prone and 3-Position Rifle Championships in 1977. Plus Colorado Springs for a US Shooting Team Alumni Association Reunion.
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