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Null N. Void

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  1. I've the RV loaded and have enough gas to get there tomorrow. I hope the shortage is resolved by Sunday. Otherwise we'll be looking to camp somewhere until we get enough gas to get home.
  2. Coleman Deluxe Camp Kitchen, Packaway, Portable. Handy utensil hooks and mesh shelves provide additional storage space. 39.4 x 19.7-inch food prep area ideal for chopping ingredients and 26.4 x 15-inch side table. Accessories in photo not included. Only used a couple of times. We upgraded to a motorhome.
  3. Camp Chef Mountain Series Everest High Pressure Stove, Model MS2HP-2, Camp Stove, 2 Burner, Stainless Steel, 13.5" L x 23.5" W x 4" H, Propane. Used a couple of time. We upgraded to a motorhome. Much better than a Coleman Stove! FTF preferred in the Carolinas.
  4. Ask yourself, "Do Olympic trap shooters have sights?" If the answer is yes, you should have one. They are not hard to install or get the right parts.
  5. Here's what you are looking for, I think: https://www.amazon.com/dometic-portable-refrigerator/s?k=dometic+portable+refrigerator We have one, and it works fine. It's one of the smaller ones and is 12V powered. It comes with a 120V adapter. We've used it through a couple of hurricanes. The small ones have a temperature setting which can be refrigerator temperatures or freezer temperatures. The larger ones have 2 zones.
  6. I have two IAC. One A marked is my match gun and is excellent if used with Winchester primers. The firing pin is slightly off center and the flatter Winchester primers work better. The other is CB marked, but doesn't eject as well as the A gun. I've never had a problem with it in a match, it just required a lot of tinkering to get it to work reliably.
  7. I worked for an E-8 Chief (Enginemen rating which was fine before they required MM rating) that was in Engineering on the Nautilus prior to me working for him. "Hey, Chief" was fine for him. All the good guy CPOs I worked for were fine with "Chief".
  8. I'll take pants 3&4. If you make it to Wagram, I'll get them there. NNV
  9. 2200 miles for me to go to Phoenix. 700 to Indiana. Indiana is a winner for me.
  10. I used 45 ACP dies with a Colt 45 baseplate on my Dillon SDB. 160 grain RNFP bullet from Scarlet Darlin' sized .452. No issues.
  11. Thank you C.C. Top for the update. It makes sense.
  12. I had to do a reshoot at a big match because the timer did not pick up the last shot when it was in the plastic bag. The bag covered the mike.
  13. Mini-Camper for Sale 6x8' Fully Equipped! 2018 Range Runner by Runaway Campers $5000 Additions •Front Cargo Carrier •Premium Container Store Wire Mesh Drawers and Shelves. •Full size 5 inch thick foam mattress •TV •Curtains and rods •LED Light •Lockable Cargo Box Standard Features •Fully Welded Steel Frame Construction •3500lb. Rated Dexter RV Axle w/EasyLube Hubs •Dual Folding Stabilizer Jacks •Front Jack with removable wheel •15" White Spoke Wheels & Tires •30"x20" Tinted Safety Glass Windows w/Screens •Two - 22"x42" RV Locking Entry Doors w/Keys •Two -
  14. I know of 3 shooters who are locked out, but would have shot.
  15. No one is denigrating the work that the people organizing EOT are doing. We just don't have all the information. The range or the state may have made a hard limit. We don't know. If that's the reason for a hard limit, so be it. I looked at the videos of the range. They look wide enough to me. I wouldn't bother me to be a bit crowded if it allows shooters who would never be able to go west to shoot in the east.
  16. I was asking Ruthless Ruby about it and this is the reply I received. Null N Void, The criteria to ensure fairness is that everything was put in the order of the time it came in where is be from an email or online! Parking isn’t as much of an issue and ensuring we don’t have posse’s too big for the bays and posse stacking on up on each other. We will have plenty of parking for folks along with camping! Best, Ruby Ruthless SASS Club Administrator Single Action Shooting Society ruby@sassnet.com Office:(505)-843-1320
  17. I posted this under another topic but will include it here. I'm on the wait list, which is a bit confusing as the took my application over the phone and charged my credit card. NNV
  18. I'm on the wait list, which is a bit confusing as the took my application over the phone and charged my credit card.
  19. The Hammer spring may be too light. I did that when I started to get faster and had light hits and and occasional OOB. I have the lever safety. I solved the problem by increasing the hammer spring tension.
  20. I like to give choices on all stages that it is possible. Then, for a 6 stage match, 2 easy, 3 medium and one medium hard. For practice, mostly hard stages.
  21. Ask yourself "Do I want to go live there?" Find out how much the governments take in taxes. How much Freedom do they have compared to here? Per capita income is only one measure of worth. And, can you own a gun?
  22. Also, some clubs call a progressive sweep 1, 1-2, 1-2-3, 1-2-3-4. (1 on 1; 1 on 1, 1 on 2; 1 on 1, 1 on 2, 1 on 3; 1 on 1, 1 on 2, 1 on 3, 1 on 4) I always ask the exact sequence when it instructions are "Shoot an Ohio sweep and repeat".
  23. South Carolina Clubs https://www.carolinacowboys.us/vb/forum/match-results/150814-south-carolina-cowboy-clubs#post150814 North Carolina Clubs https://www.carolinacowboys.us/vb/forum/match-results/150813-north-carolina-cowboy-clubs#post150813 The clubs generally shoot year around. I'd send an email to check to see if they are not shooting, which is usually weather related. If you're in the area and want to know for sure who's shooting, send me a message here and I'll get back to you. I generally shoot somewhere every weekend.
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