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Don Coyote, SASS #63736

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    63736 RO II
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    Cowtown Cowboy Shooter's Assoc., Arizona Cowboy Shooters Assoc, Arizona Yavapai Rangers

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    Lake Montezuma, AZ
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    Hunting, Fishing, anything Outdoors

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  1. TTB, might wanna tell Lizard who runs Thunderstick. He may get what he needs delivered to the range. DC
  2. If ya hold the cursor over the topic for a moment without clicking, a miniature popup lets you see the content. Worked that way for at least two yrs for me. DC
  3. I agree. But what I haven't seen is a directive to local clubs that this is a required procedure. Rather than relying on local TGs to spread the rule, would be nice if some sort on communication would come from the SASS office. Most SASS affiliated clubs include the phrase, "all SASS rules apply" in their shooters meeting. If "LTO duties" in whatever form are not a part of the LT procedures, are we lying when we use that particular phrase? Just asking. DC
  4. Our local TG was not in attendance at EOT in 2019 so missed the TG meeting. Just recently, after reviewing the minutes only available to TGs, he believes that the result of the discussion on item #9 as determining that the LTO must at least be performed by fellow shooters at the LT at local clubs that don't have LTOs. Is this a correct assumption? Didn't happen at our 2018 EOT, has never taken place during our 6 shoots at Winter Range, or our 10 shoots at Bordertown. As a board member of Arizona Yavapai Rangers, need some clarification. DC
  5. Anyone in the Prescott/ Verde Valley area that wants/likes Winchester Sm or Lrg primers, I got a bunch I'll never use. PM me.
  6. Have a suspicion it was a stock rifle or close to it. He had trouble loading it on the 1st 3 stages.
  7. Shooter had an OBD today at our match, classic jinking & forcing of a stuck bullet. Luckily it just blew the bolt back & he was cut on the thumb by the fp extension. Full load of BP 44-40. Lucky! DC
  8. Most 200s & 280s were made with split extractors. My 10 yr old 200E still has them. Most skb smiths, i.e, Johnny Meadows, now weld them up as part of the action job. DC
  9. Proud to say we got a pristine 280 12g last spring thru gun broker for $765 & shipping. JM did his complete action work so we're in it for under $1,100. Retiring my old 200E with the stupendous wood work by Taz & the 280 will be my match SG.
  10. For those of you that shoot/have shot in the southwest for quite some time, you may have competed in the annual Yuma Territorial Prison Breakout. In 2004, a founding member of the Yuma CAS club was unfortunately killed, along with his best friend, in the hills north of Phoenix, by a crazy young man who snuck into their camp to steal their belongings. The two people killed were KC & Gimpy. KC, aka, Omer Casey, was Squeaky's uncle. When we attended Omer's funeral, we saw many people dressed in 1890's cowboy clothes?? At the memorial, Omer's gun cart & firearms were on the altar with the preacher. That's the day we found out about SASS! In Jan, 2005, we bought our 1st Rugers from Early Times in Yuma, followed by a set of 3 screw Blackhawks from him in Feb. We jumped in with both feet and in 2006 Squeaky won 5th place, Lady's Modern at the Yuma Breakout, dedicated to her Uncle "KC". We've never looked back since then but WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER Uncle Omer Casey, a true cowboy shooter, and BTW, one helluva 1911 gunsmith, nationally renowned in his day. (And one damn good custom farmer!!) DC & Squeaky Hare
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