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J.S. Sooner, SASS #73526

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  1. A local shooter wasn't reloading anymore. He had another shooter bring them to a match last summer and sold them for $40/1,000. Wanted to get what he had in them and help other cowboy shooters.
  2. In that post, the pistol was cocked, transferred into one hand then back to a two handed hold.
  3. Bring some extra brass pickers along. Every case and hull goes onto the ground. Like Wild Bunch matches, they are fun but take more posse workers to run them smoothly. Sounds like fun but, a lot of work setting up multiple pistol, rifle and shotgun targets for a few shooting one category.
  4. Opens up the proverbial “can of worms”, doesn’t it!
  5. This statement goes directly against Firearms Conventions for Revolvers as shown in the latest shooters handbook. Page 13 The cocked revolver did leave the hand, from one hand to the other, twice. Please advise? Is this going to be changed too?
  6. You may want to review this section of the rule book.
  7. Stage DQ, hand isn’t even holding the grip. No way to say both hands had equal control of the gun prior to transition or after. Shooter could have kept pistol in right hand using left, support hand to clear shotgun. Pistol was drawn with right hand and controlled with right hand until transfer to left.
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  9. I had to add material on the forearm where the cocking lever rode when cocking the gun. Take the stock off and open the action to cock the gun. You should see if the cocking lever is moving far enough for the hammer to engage the sear. My problem started where it would cock, but only hanging on the edge of the sear. When I closed the action, one side would fire on closing. The vibration of action closing would drop the hammer. After adding material to operate properly, 10+ years ago, I have not had the problem since.
  10. Well, there are exceptions, I did along with others on another stage. The shooter had a squib in her pistol. Unsafe actions would be another reason where other members on a posse should intervene. Example, a target setter starts down range but shooter still has another gun to fire. I saw it happen a couple times, shouldn’t happen but sometimes people aren’t paying attention.
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