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Chancy Shot, SASS #67163

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  1. I like to shoot mine. Darn things shoot where I aim them, not necessarily the target. Therefore, my misses are cause by the guns. Chancy
  2. Safe Conditions During a Course of Fire – Revolvers Revolvers are considered SAFE for movement (in hand, while holstering, or while moving through a stage) and SAFE to leave the shooter’s hand in the following conditions ONLY: - Hammer fully down on an empty chamber. - Hammer fully down on an expended round. A revolver may not be originally staged in this condition, but may be restaged in this condition. - GUNFIGHTER shooting style considerations: When shooting Gunfighter style, a gunfighter may not holster revolvers with the intent to engage another sequence. (See Gunfighter Rules). Looks like a "no call" Chancy
  3. I have one. Been using it for about 4 years. My only complaint is the small size of the drum. If I had it to do over, I would buy the one with twin drums. Dual Drum Rotary Rock Tumbler (harborfreight.com) Chancy Shot
  4. Very very nice. As a matter of curiosity, is there room in the cabinet to keep a SXS open or does it need to be closed to shut the door? Thanks for sharing. Chancy
  5. These are the chips the Count was mentioning. These chips are hard to come by, since I either shoot BWestern or FCGF, so I am usually the only shooter in my catagory ......and I rarely shoot a clean match. Chancy
  6. I shoot with a pard that put a name tag on the back of his hat. Works for him. Chancy
  7. That would be OK if you are shooting in Texas. How about shooting in Rhode Island. Chancy
  8. I go to this guy. https://www.addictedtoblackpowder.com It looks like he has Schuetzen, Swiss and Wano. Chancy
  9. Been there, done that. Did not let go of the rifle. BP brass are especially hot. Was complimented on my dance moves. Chancy
  10. Looks like I will be getting the needle and thread out. Thanks Chancy
  11. If you come to Fall Roundup in Milan IL, here is what to expect: 50-Yard Pistol – One pistol loaded with 5 rounds, held at low ready. Five rounds will be timed. Pistol cleared and reloaded off the clock. Second five rounds timed. Scoring on number of hits, total time used as the tie breaker. 100-Yard Rifle, Pistol Caliber (main match rifle) – Rifle loaded with 10 rounds, at the ready. Ten rounds will be timed. Scoring will be on number of hits, time used as the tie breaker. 100-Yard Rifle, Rifle Caliber (lead bullets only) – Rifle loaded with 5 rounds, held at the ready. Five rounds will be timed. Rifle cleared and reloaded off the clock. Second five rounds timed. Scoring will be on number of hits, total time used as the tie breaker. Long Range, approximately 285 yards – Single shot and/or lever. Two sighting shots will be allowed. 10 rounds, scored on hits, time used as the tie breaker. Chancy
  12. At our annual event (insert shameless plug - Fall Roundup, Sept 23 - 25, Milan IL) we are forced to use a shotgun only stage. Bay 8 is situated to limit the use of hard rounds. Anyway, we have had in the past an assortment of knock downs, flyers, snakes on a post, and a much hated Medusa. To prepare the shooters, we have several shotgun side matches available. A shotgun star and two team events using knockdown activated flyers. Depending on who the match director is, there may be knockdown - flyers in our monthly shoots. Chancy
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