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Jimmy Reb, SASS #54804

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  1. Now that I live in WY I hope I can be there even if I can't shoot.
  2. My IAC is unmodified(just like it came out of the ox) slow but so much fun!!
  3. Regarding shooting ahead or shoot through, I find that I do a little better shooting through. As a worker or match dr. at a state match, when shooting ahead my mind was always on what still needed to be done and all the other stressful things you think about at that time. When shooting through, almost everything is already set so that I can think about my shooting. As for an advantage, before I started running matches I was a middle of the pack shooter. After I started having more responsibilty I quickly moved nearer to the bottom.
  4. has some lube built up on the seating plug?
  5. I acually use the 100 grain lead ones that are supposed to go in 32 mag's. I use just enough 231 to operate the slide. Can' give you the load because all of my reloading stuff is packed for my move out west, but it is very light. I had to put a plug in the bottom of the smallest lee dipper to make it smaller. I use them in 3 1903 colt pocket pistols and the feed fine.
  6. another reb agreeing with 12 mile reb. blackhawks are usually a little less expensive. they will get you started. ( I have used blackhawks my entire time in sass)
  7. long time ago when in law enforcment I had belt keepers for my sam brown. Back then they were snops, not velcro. I still use the same ones on my buscadero belt.
  8. Yes on the carbide. I also use lee dies. I did have a problem in some of my 1911's until I got a seperate taper crimp die. now the all work nice.
  9. The one time I shot long range I used my regular match loads. I just kept moving up the hill behind the bear being used until I found the right bush to aim at. 350 yards and probably 40 feet of hold over.
  10. Thank you all for the info and suggestions. hope it goes smooth.
  11. I didn't know penske had loading and unloading help. thank you.
  12. Do you have any info or opinions on moving company for a interstate move? safes? firearms? motorcycle. My wife and I will be moving and I am looking for information on what is the best way. Thanks in advance!
  13. Yes the Ruger Blackhawk is avail 357/9mm with 2 different cyl's. The are singe action and usable in most categories. I have 2 of them. 1 I have never used the 9mm cyl, the other is actually more accurate with the 9mm cyl.
  14. SASS ALIAS - JIMMY REB SASS # - 54804 WHERE FROM Born in Portland Oregon. Grew up in Imperial Beach CA. Now live in So Maine. HOW LONG SASS - 12 YEARS?
  15. Widder, not at work,but at a church supper. We had a new pastor so I made chili for the pot luck supper. The pastors wife told me how much she like it. I looked at her with a deadpan face and said " I didn't know you liked squirrel. The look on her face was priceless.
  16. If I drove out there for the match you might never get rid of me. WY is high on retirement state list.
  17. I hope to be there but I won't be able to work. I am sure my wife will be pulling my arm to leave after about 10 minutes.
  18. Please don't lump all of New England together. Northern NE has not lost its senses. Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont are firearm friendly as opposed to southern NE.
  19. For cowboy 38 spec. For carry 45acp just because 45-70 (BFR REVOLVER) don't have 1- have shot 1 - want 1 - can't afford 1
  20. EXPERT EX is a "has been" SPURT is a "drip under pressure" We set up at our gun shows to show off our stuff and promote cowboy shooting. One year (during BO's 1st term) we were warned that there might be some FED's coming through. I was manning our table when 2 guys in matching suits and trenchcoats came up. One said " I'm not from this state, can I buy one of these guns" I told him that we were displaying only- nothing for sale. I laughed as they walked away.
  21. I was driving through Wells Maine yesterday. Saw a antique store on Rt 1. Sign said "PERIOD ANTIQUES". Turned to my wife and asked her, What period? Revolutionary-Civil war or just Yesterday?
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