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Jailhouse Jim, SASS #13104

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About Jailhouse Jim, SASS #13104

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    Riding the Grubline with only the stars for a roof and a tree branch to hang my hat

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    Way out West
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    Anything western-old and new

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  1. I don't know about ya'll but I have my application in for WR and booked my camping spot. I'm ready to go Wind or Rain
  2. I almost never carry back ups. When I do, it's for a far away match with lots of shooting. Comin' Atcha shooting three different categories comes to mind. 36 stages over 4 days is on my to do list
  3. It'll be a hoot Yul. You won't regret the trip.
  4. Happens all the time with soft projectiles and dead targets.
  5. Unfortunately, this is something that a traditional Navy .36 shooter must deal with. The best thing he/she can do is tell the TO what he is shooting so the spotters can be more attentive.
  6. Most folks I know have had to take a bit off the bottom of their sizing die to get reloads to chamber correctly. Rowdy Yates made me a shoulder set back die that cured my problem with handguns. I also had to have my rifle chamber reamed as it was too short. Jim Bowie said he's never seen one so bad but it is common with 38WCF.
  7. The only sacred cows to me are to retain the minimum dress standards, pre 1899 firearms, and a mandatory UTO. Everything else can be looked at to make it more efficient or more fun, that includes Frontiersman. Now don't hate me because I shoot Frontiersman Gunfighter . Another example, the 170° rule works great for long guns BUT not so much for short guns. This is a case where the "Cone of safety", might be more realistic for drawing and holstering handguns from straight hang or crossdraws. Does the rule need to change? No. Could it be looked at? Most definitely yes.
  8. Check with roger rapid, he has all the information you need.
  9. One of the reasons for the ORMD designation is to ensure the hazardous item is ground shipped. Throw 5K primers in a flat rate box, it gets thrown on a plane and blows up for some obscure reason, the plane crashes, the shipper is liable and possibly the receiver may have some vicarious liability. Not worth the savings IMHO.
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