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Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

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About Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

  • Birthday 02/25/1953

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  1. We will be shooting this Saturday April 1st! The weather looks to be great, we shouldn't need any heaters. Registration opens at 8:30, Safety Meeting at 9:30 and shooting begins around 10:00. We plan to present the 2022 Eagle Eye Award winner before the match begins. April Fools day and Tennessee Williams is writing the stage so who knows? I'm sure Whiskey will keep him in check. Don't forget this will only be 2 months from the Tennessee State Championship, June 1-3, if you haven't registered get your applications in soon. Last I heard we were at about 120 so get your applications in! I got this email from Whiskey. Howdy Cowgirls and Cowboys Going to be a great day to shoot this Saturday April 1st. So come out and sling some lead. I ain't a foolin' we're shootin' Whiskey https://www.wartraceregulators.com/StateMatch.aspx?fbclid=IwAR3IegwkWj01XMe9C0vM5JqWqoXm9dZuYCaU72B6_ZB6M0T3ktiXL5LHXJo
  2. I only use the new and and then again as once fired, in my rifle only, for any match big enough that I have to rent a motel for and the Tennessee State Match. I don't want to travel and shoot for 3 or more days to have it ruined by a split case. Randy
  3. Years ago if you dropped a primer you didn’t care, now I’ve learned to be extremely careful and not drop any.. Randy
  4. If I calculated right using brand new Starline brass it would be 36 cents per round. Of course the second time through at least the 10th time and probably more your cost would be 20 cents per round for .38 Special, that's using today's prices. Randy
  5. I just ordered paint from here. https://www.rangestore.net/ This is the best target paint I’ve used. The black and blue are great, paints twice as the high performance Rustoleum. The white and orange tended to sag but it’s been a few years since I tried the orange so I ordered more to give it a try. I normally only paint for the State Championship and I’m pretty picky about how it looks. These are 16 oz. cans and it’s been my experience it will cover new raw metal targets with one coat. Randy
  6. It’s just me but if the manufacturer or supplier doesn’t publish pistol data On a powder I think I’ll find one they do, there are plenty of good pistol powders available now. Randy
  7. I just checked the Hodgdon’s paper reloading manual and they show absolutely no pistol data using Titewad. Since there are now powders available I think I would use one with published data. Randy
  8. I looked in Hodgdon’s online reload data and they don’t show info for it? https://www.hodgdonreloading.com/reloading-data-center?rdc=true&type=53 Randy
  9. I always heard a clean desk was a sign of a sick mind, I figured it holds true with a work bench also. Randy
  10. You don’t have to have a lot of room, some have a really clean and organized area, me no so much so. Randy
  11. I’m very happy with Clays if you have any of it, right now you can’t find it because production has stopped. Clay Dot also works but for .38 special I have increase my powder charge by .2 There are several other powders that will work fine. Hodgdon’s online reloading data is a good resource and they sell several brands of powder. Randy
  12. Quite a few less than some but I’m still trying. Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. I guess that’s 12. Wow I’m getting old, I left out Texas! I guess that makes 13. Randy
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