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  1. Sweeps and stage design can contribute to this I believe. Combination rifle and pistol sweeps, that can be done several different ways, you try to anticipate what the shooter is going to do, and they go off the reservation with some weird mathematical way of shooting it, you get lost, the shooter gets lost, and asks you for guidance, end result, P, shooter blames the TO. This does not happen often, but it is one example.... Another example, shooter is in a confined space / prop / building, barely enough room for the shooter to do anything let alone the TO, it can make it hard to see everything going on with the guns in play, by the time you might notice a hull in the double, or cocked pistol returned to leather, the next firearm is in play and it's too late.
  2. I have seen that happen more than once recently.....
  3. I have noticed a trend over the last couple years, I have asked a couple other cowboys over the last couple months in parts of the midwest if they have noticed it, and they agreed with me on this matter. Shooters holding the TO's responsible for their mistakes on a stage. It seems to be a growing trend. Due to this trend I see many unwilling to take the timer on a posse. Anyone else noticing this trend?
  4. I might know where there is a lightly used 1866, will check and let you know........
  5. What we have here is an antiqued Uberti 1873 in 45lc, this was a antiqued by Wild Bill Cleaver, (google him), he has done work for the Cody Museum, he did this work for a gentlemen that never shot SASS, he just liked Cowboy stuff.... I doubt it has had 200 rounds put down the tube. I purchased it from his widow several years ago. I had a spare short stroke kit laying around and installed it. $850.00 This Rifle and myself will be at Gunsmoke in Minnesota next week, I am planing on being at the swap meet on Wednesday, come by and take a look.
  6. This happened to me a couple months ago. It was my fault I started to lever the second shot while pulling the trigger, full load 44-40 Goex. Lever bent, hammer mashed into rear frame, hand a little sore. There’s a lot to be said for the lever safety. 6C3A4EBB-C34F-4C56-B640-31546A698D3C.mp4
  7. If we can get Beason to do it also, it would be a great time! BOOM!
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