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C.S. Brady, SASS #63699

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About C.S. Brady, SASS #63699

  • Birthday 02/02/1967

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  • SASS #
    63699
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Judge Parker's Marshals

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    Male
  • Interests
    Hunting,Ford Mustangs, Spending Time with the Wife and Kids,Collecting Guns
    Cowboy Shooting, Cowboy Shooting, Cowboy Shooting
    Anything remotely associated with Cowboy Shooting
    2014, 2017 Arkansas State Champion
    EOT Top 10 2014
    EOT Top 20 2015, 2017
    Land Run 2015 Overall Champion
    2014 and 2016 Hell On The Border Overall Champion
    2016 SW Regional and Overall Champion
    2017 Oklahoma State Overall Champion

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  1. Have you tried talking to Slick about it yet? He is a great Cowboy and I am sure will get you some help with this.
  2. I believe that is when they usually have it. I know it is just before we leave for EOT every year.
  3. You better watch that Blackwater Bruce Cowboy, he shoots one of those lever action shotguns, so you know he can be a little tricky. :-)
  4. In the last email from them with scores they said they were having problems with the web page and that it should be fixed soon. They are a good group of Cowboys and Cowgirls. I shoot with them when I can and always shoot the annual they have, Fracas in the Frisco during June. Our club, Judge Parkers Marshals, is about an hour south of them. We shoot the third weekend in the month. Come shoot with us too if you are still in the area at that time.
  5. A good reason to take the half cock notch out of the equation. I removed all of mine, we don't need them in a competition only rifle.
  6. I had a pistol come out of a holster at a state match once due to my holster being too loose and me moving in just the right way. I was out of the running for any top honors, but it was fun to see how much ground I could make up along the way. The pressure was off, so I had a great time. Its all in how you look at it. Never blame a pard for something you did, we have enough of that sort of stuff in the outside world, keep our Cowboy World safe from that sort of thing.
  7. They are nice sights, a lot of guys around here use them and like them.
  8. Bead blasted the rear sight area, used a black sharpie on the rear sight, added the brass sight covers to the front sights. They work quite well, but I don't really care what they look like. I have tried painting the front sight too and that works just fine.
  9. I own several, both metric and inch. I built them all back when ammo was cheap and so were kits. I have always liked the looks of the inch rifles and the safety is much easier to release on them. As far as metric rifles go I like the STG-58 best. The bipod on them is a pretty cool feature. They are a good rifle, but I would have to say I still prefer an M1A1 or .308 caliber AR-15 for serious shooting. The sights on the FAL are good battle sights, but don't have the adjustments of the M1A or the easy to scope ability of an AR-15 pattern rifle.
  10. Federal in my rifle, magnum federal during the winter. Anything in my pistols. They have Boogie short strokes in them and will set off anything I have used to date.
  11. Rifle: Clean the chamber, run a pull through cleaner down the bore, clean fouling off bolt face and lifter, lightly lube lifter with ballistol before each match. After about 5 or 6 matches I take it completely down, clean everything, inspect each part, lube everything and do that before a big match. Pistols: Do a quick clean like on the rifle after about every 4 matches or practice sessions, complete tear down, inspection and cleaning before a big match or if the pistol starts to feel sluggish in function. Shotgun: Lube lugs and cocking pieces about every 3 or 4 matches, clean bore before big match, complete tear down every 6 months, check stock tightness (SKB) every 3 months.
  12. +1 I have shot every common SASS shotgun and found the Browning BSS and the SKB to be the most pleasant to shoot. I am currently shooting the SKB and have no plans to ever change to anything else. Neither the BSS or the SKB are cheap, but they are both great shotguns that will last as long as you probably will shoot SASS, so they are a good investment. Guns that break tend to take the fun out of shooting.
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