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PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

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  1. ......................................... ILLEGAL .............................................................................................................. LEGAL ...................................................
  2. The reason shotshell slides are not allowed to be worn over SG loops is because that sets the ammo out & away from the shooter's "contour". Wearing one over a belt buckle + multiple layers of belt (first photo) does the same thing...as does the leather "block" built into the slide in the second photo. It is also illegal to stuff anything behind the belt to push the ammo out from the body.
  3. From your description, it was probably not in compliance with the rules. Here are a couple of examples of illegally worn slides:
  4. The RO1 & RO2 Courses both cover the RO positions and duties in more detail. Those course materials are "official documents" and are often utilized for more detailed reference.
  5. SHB p.iv The Range Officer Training Course (RO2) includes a discussion of how to hold and operate the timing device in the practical portion of the course.
  6. The minutes of EoT and WR TG meetings are available to the public on THIS SITE (which is linked to the SASS SHOOTER HANDBOOKS page).
  7. How?? Only if he had decocked on the unfired round before holstering the first revolver. If he fired 4, holstered (hammer on last fired case), then fired 5, then fired the one left in the 1st revolver, there are no live rounds left in either revolver.
  8. As previously suggested, I would advise the shooter to submit a ModApp form, along with detailed photos (including "as worn"). That is the best way to present this issue to the ROC for a definitive ruling.
  9. Definitely NOT a bandolier of any kind. It has previously been ruled that loops and/or slides on suspenders are NOT LEGAL. as they are not on the list of approved methods for carrying stage reload ammo. (REF: SHB pp.3-4). It depends on whether this is considered "mounted" on the suspenders; as well as if "leather belt slide ammo loops" are legal when not worn on a belt. I would recommend that anyone wishing to use a "questionable" article of equipment submit a Modification Application instead of using it at the risk of being penalized.
  10. Photo would be helpful. SHB p.4
  11. SHB p.6 - Duelist category regs The penalty is the progressive P/SDQ/MDQ for "shooting out of category". SHB p.45 REF also: "Penalties Overview" - SHB pp. 22-24 The "WtC?" clarification refers to the point at which the penalty applies.
  12. BTW - "or any rifle" was added to the rule in 2017 as a clarification. It was already "illegal" due the modification not being listed as "approved". I personally don't foresee any additional changes being made. FWIW.
  13. FWIW - SASS rules DO allow "stoking of shotguns". SHB p.16 SHB p.27
  14. If the request is for an actual rule CHANGE (e.g. adding to or deleting a specific rule) the recommended procedure is to present it via a Territorial Governor for discussion. Rule CHANGES (vs. clarifications) must be approved by the combined WB/ROC before being presented to the TGs for a vote.
  15. The Shooters Handbook is scheduled for update once a year (January). In the meantime, tagged, pinned, and locked "ROC Clarifications" are generally posted on the Wires for reference. Requests for approval of modifications to firearms and equipment should be presented to SASS HQ and the ROC for consideration by using this form: MODIFICATION APPLICATION
  16. The water table is that section of the frame that is covered by the barrels when the action is closed. IMO, finding (or making) replacement parts would most likely be cost-prohibitive (even for a professional). I suggest taking it to a local gunsmith for an evaluation (e.g. Guntraders in Redmond)
  17. Are there any markings/stamps on the water table? (e.g. proof marks)?
  18. Same model revolver...same modification allowed from adjustable to fixed sight.
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