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Grizzly Dave

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  1. NIce! Well done Widder! Where I'm from, typically it would be worded either 'starting on either end' (if it was required to start on either end) or 'starting on any target' if you could start on any target. Absent any of that verbage, anything goes that fits within 'Nevada sweep' Unless of course something was covered in the walk thru or stage reading by the PM. I'm thinking a nevada sweep on 3 starting in the middle by a double cocking gunfighter sounds like a hoot.
  2. @1st Sgt BearClaw Toklat If you want either of mine, send me a PM and we'll figure out a way to get you the file. Grizz
  3. @1st Sgt BearClaw Toklat I searched thru my hard drive and wasn't able to find for sure those vids, but should be able to download from my channels if you need them. I've been out of the video game for a while, so many younger folks putting out content. The reason did video in the first place was to promote the sport. Anyway, if you want either video, PM me. Grizz
  4. If you are looking for short teaser vids I've done a couple
  5. Tell, good on ya for making it right. I did not buy any. Thanks for the LP and SP I did get from you. I hope that you are feeling better. Dang falls will get you. I fell in the shower at EOT, not once but twice, my shoulder still isn't right. Grizz
  6. Grizzly Dave, SASS 85224 From the Colorado Territory Shooting for I reckon 8, 9 years now
  7. You go Sue! Sadly I am unable to attend this time around. I know that you will have fun!
  8. Info is now available on the Thunder Mountain website LINK
  9. I think a fair amount of the turnover can be attributed to the life cycle of any hobby or interest. People may give other reasons but I think it boils down to that.
  10. Wow, this thread not only jumped the rails, I think it did it on a bridge!
  11. HOPE YOU HAVE A HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY DAY!
  12. One miss on the pistol and shoot where it was on the rifle. I myself would avoid using the use of the term 'target failure' so as to avoid having to look up in the books to see what that might or might not imply. JMO.
  13. First I'd be sure the extractor rod is clean and lubed. I use dummy shells made from fired hulls and have never had a problem, then again, I almost never practice.
  14. It's not, in the first email clicking either link would take you to the January edition, they have since fixed those links and send another email. In the original email clicking on the cover picture would take you to the February edition.
  15. Bronc - There are many now who feel there are too many, perhaps way too many categories already. Adding a major / minor power factor category, or divisions to all existing categories would just not be practical. Back when things moved from pretty much just Modern and Traditional the powers than be chose to break out the ages, costumes, and shooting styles rather than power factor. With shooters from about 8 to more than 80 that seems to make sense. Classic Cowboy is the only category with a caliber requirement other than just the basic minimums, but it doesn't have any power factor restrictions other than the minimums for all categories. Grizz
  16. Bravo! My thanks to the founders, and all the countless others who have come since that have contributed to making the game I love. Let's play cowboy! Grizz
  17. only problem with that is one size does not fit all. I could see a nice embroidered hand towel though, maybe.
  18. Blackjack - The ladies on that posse were mighty pretty.... the fellers not so much, but it's the ladies I care about anyway I'll do my best to be there, but I'm not making any promises.
  19. For the 2016 CO State match Pawnee Station did some nice metal and wood trophies with a water tower Side match and costume contest winners got license plate type things Here is a picture of one of the medals that Stirrups club handed out I thought these were nifty, metal cutouts on a horse shoe Here is another interesting one, a stained glass type of thing hand made by one of the host club's family members
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