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Renegade Roper

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About Renegade Roper

  • Birthday 11/09/1968

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  • SASS #
    86367
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Circle K Regulators, Upstate NY Smokin Guns Cowboy Mounted Shooting Club

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Galway, NY
  • Interests
    Mounted Shooting, Ground Shooting, Horses, Team Roping

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  1. Prayers for you and congrats to both on your wedding!
  2. As match director I post the stages for the NYS wild bunch on the website a week before the match. I do so because I also write the stages and shoot the match so I feel this gives my competitors an even playing field. I like seeing other shoots stages ahead of time because then I know if there's going to be knockdowns and I need to bring other ammo.
  3. Does anyone know who makes these gun cart ammo bags and where I can get them? They are a nylon type material with nylon straps that have plastic buckles. We bought them 4 or 5 yrs ago and there aren't any tags inside or markings showing the manufacturer. Rugged Gear does not make them but they fit perfectly over the handlebars. We want to get another pair for the other gun cart. Thanks. Roper
  4. I agree 100% with JMB! Maybe it would help (especially new shooters) to post the actual stages AFTER the match. This way people could see there's generally at least 3 stages with vertical staging, knockdowns, progressive platerack, distance between positions (ie no stand and delivers), types of sweeps, etc and they can prepare themselves for it. Yes you won't have target distances and the booklet doesn't show exactly how the stages are setup but at least it would give those who haven't been there an idea of what to expect. A new shooter going to such a large shoot as this one can be somewhat intimidated so posting the actual stages from the booklet from previous years would allow them to get a little bit of an idea of what to expect. I am not saying post the actual stages ahead of time but rather post them afterwards.
  5. Thank you everyone! It was a shooters match, but lots of fun.
  6. The last I knew Matamoras PA had been interested in doing it (alternating w/OH) but then decided they didn't have enough local staff to handle it and decided to keep their annual 3 day shoot as is (ie not make it The Noreaster). I agree w/Cat Brules to check with SASS so there aren't any issues/misunderstandings between clubs as happened earlier between the IL clubs. I am not aware of any other clubs interested in it so I am sure if OH put in for it they would get it. I believe the deadline was September so any club interested should have put in for it by now.
  7. Like Painted Mohawk said, Smokestack uses a bandolier extremely well!
  8. Hi RBK, did you get my response asking for the additional info you have on installing the mercury reducer? My email is dschena@frontier.com Thanks I look forward to hearing from you.

  9. 518-883-5981 is my home # and I am usually home after 6:00pm EST. Thx.

  10. Howdy Renegade Roper

    Do you have a phone contact number

    Thanks Expressman

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