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Widder, SASS #59054

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  1. Maybe he should have made it a 'Private' question. ..........Widder
  2. I can see all 3 of them. If I were the enemy, I could snipe them before they got their first shot off. ..........Widder
  3. From my personal experiences, the local TG's served the troops very well and kept us informed of 'stuff'. As for rule interpretation, I honestly like the videos by Branchwater Jack. ..........Widder
  4. Howdy TYREL. Ole TW didn't have to do anything for me to sniper crows. I got an old truck that I used when I went varmint hunting. Its doors were plastered with Crow and Groundhog stickers showing all my kills until I ran out of sticker room. Cowboy shooting is my 2nd love. Varmint hunting is my 1st love. Give me a good crow/groundhog/coyote field and a cooler of Pepsi with a couple BeeLoney samiches and I'll be a happy camper all day long. ..........Widder
  5. I've outsmarted a few of them in my life time. And I plan to out smart a few more. Did I ever tell you about the time I got 2 with only 1 shot from my XP-100 in 6mm BR. They were about 125 yards and didn't know I was ready to ambush them. They weren't nervous so I waited until 2 of them got together (one behind the other) in direct line of my crosshairs. One shot...... 'Heckle and Jeckle' met their Waterloo. ..........Widder
  6. Well, if folks guns go out of commission, then all the competition can't compete. And without competition, who's gonna whoop up on TN Williams? ..........Widder
  7. The rifle will function without that screw. BUT, if you can't find one, try to find a screw for the bottom floor plate and cut its length down. ..........Widder
  8. Yea, Yea, Yea! Your autograph and $50 will get you a cheap steak, some fries, and ice tea..... dessert not included! ..........Widder
  9. If I win those Primers, I will auction them off with proceeds going to the cancer fund raiser. And I'll be glad to autograph them..... ..........Widder
  10. A 3", 12 gauge using high brass slugs or 00 will normally handle anything a full moon can conjure up. ..........Widder
  11. I 'think' last nights moon was called a blue moon and a rare 'rainbow' moon. I ain't one of them star gazers but I have slept at a Holiday Inn and I have been mooned before. ..........Widder
  12. Abilene, Arcadia Outlaw is also an EXCELLENT 97 shooter...... fast and accurate. He may be one of the most consistent 97 shooters I've seen. There are a good dozen or so 97 shooters in SASS that are top notch shotgunners, but I don't know who does or does not use the slam fire technique. ..........Widder
  13. Phantom is an EXCELLENT 97 shooter. Any advice he can share with you is worth lending an ear and checking it out. When I say that I point low, its usually at the bottom area of the target..... not the ground. Sorri, I should have been more detailed. When you slam fire, do it with an attitude. Think of those targets like they were a rattlesnake crawling towards you and family members. You get 1 shot per snake so you better do it with vengeance. Here's hoping you much success. ..........Widder
  14. When available, I prefer to run Winchester AA Low Noise, Low Recoil in my 97's. ..........Widder
  15. Well, atleast both of those cards were KINGS! ..........Widder
  16. Gateway Kid, you have great perception. How would you like to be my manager? I won't charge you much...... ..........Widder
  17. PLEASE..... don't have TN call me. I'm the one who sold him that piece of junk when I couldn't sell it to Red Knee. EDIT: TN is too cheap to buy any proper lube products. He's so cheap that when he opens his billfold, ole George squences his eyeballs calls its been forever since he's seen the light of day. ..........Widder
  18. AND....... us 'huggers' are glad you love it also. ..........Widder
  19. Early on in my SASS career, I was more serious about having a good match and being recognized as a 'fairly good and competitive shooter'. But even back then, I never took it serious. I never let a Miss or a 'P' dictate the outcome of my great day having fun with friends. NOW..... I feel like NOBODY has anything to prove to anyone. I don't have anything to prove to anyone and nobody has anything to prove to me. So I show up, share a genuine smile with everyone, hug a few beautiful ladies, and try to shoot a SAFE match, although I still hope to shoot it quickly. P.S. - Hey Tennessee, ain't you got some work to do besides creating stuff for the wire? Ain't there a DQ somewhere you can go sit in line to order a B'split? ..........Widder
  20. Not exactly. SOG is a 'shooting' penalty. Interpersonal conflicts is a penalty in and of itself................. MDQ ..........Widder
  21. Based on the info provided....... No Call. BUT, all of us need to be aware of how confusing it is on the shooter when EVERYONE is hollering at them at the same time. When "SAFETY" is not at issue, allow the shooter to run the stage uninterrupted. If he had shot the pistols before the SG, it would have only been a 'P'. A 'P' is no biggie. But all that interference caused an undue and unwarranted penalty..... and an unhappy new shooter experience. ..........Widder
  22. Well, they know how to spell 'ROLL TIDE'. ..........Widder
  23. Actually..... nothing. I never let small stuff become a worrisome thing. I go to a match calm and shoot calm. Never nervous or have anxieties. To me, its all a fun time shooting with friends and hoping everyone does their best and have a good time. I know that sounds strange and far out of the norm, but that's how it is in my world. ..........Widder
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