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  1. Having driven down that pass in a 34' motorhome once, I invoked his name around almost every curve!
  2. I bought some from Scarlet at Land Run and just loaded some. My impression is that it is very much like APP. I always thought that the Black MZ was a bit hotter than APP, so I had dropped my loads back a bit when BMZ came out. I found that this new Shooters World was a little anemic at BMZ levels, so I bumped everything back to APP levels and everything was great. I am using 10 grains by weight in my .38 and 35 grains by weight in 7/8 oz 12 ga shells. I'm totally happy with it other than it costs double what BMZ did at Sportsman's Warehouse.
  3. Pattern your (or somebody else's) coach gun on cardboard at your normal shotgun target distance. Does it look like it will?
  4. Mine split both sides of the stock at the top where it meets the frame. Check for a little space between wood and metal there. If you need to, cut a spacer out of an old credit card for the stock bolt to go through between the stock and receiver. Other than that I love my 20ga Uplander. It is my go to gun for Cowboy Skeet.
  5. I love my Stoeger Uplander in 20ga. I use it for matches, and it is the best thing I've found for Cowboy Clays. Be aware that it is a slightly scaled down gun from the 12ga. If you are a large frame, it might not be the best for you.
  6. It exceeded all of my expectations. Can't wait to see what they do in 2022 as the National Championships. Thanks again Flat Top Oakie, Missouri Mae, and everyone who had a hand in making this match so special.
  7. Dawg, if he can beg, borrow, or somehow appropriate some in the short run, we had Goex as a vendor at Winter Range this year. We expect them back in 2021, so one of the numerous California shooters could pick him up some. Or better yet, he can send in his shooter application and have the time of his life shooting WR and bring back real BP to boot!
  8. Hi Allie. I'm not from there, but I stumbled upon the Snake River Western Shooting Society a couple of years ago and had a GREAT time shooting a monthly match with them at their very cool range. They are in Jerome, just north of Twin Falls. If you're camping, there's a decent KOA between Twin Falls and Jerome. More here: http://www.idahocas.net/index.html Say hi to El Suave and The Other Guy for me please.
  9. That's a lot of cowboy guns...or about 5000 small pistol primers.
  10. Yep, El Suave and The Other Guy at the Hangtown Vigilance Committee took me in as family the first day I showed up to shoot cowboy. Still two of my favorite people, and I always try to get to Hangtown and shoot with them when I'm in the area.
  11. Thank you all for your support. The Arizona Territorial Company of Rough Riders shares your excitement and enthusiasm. Former members such as Larson E. Pettifogger have made Winter Range the world-class event that it has become. Now we look forward to combining that with a world championship match, and hope you will be happy with the results. Be assured, this is not just "Winter Range with a new name" or "EOT moved west"; but the absolute best that we can produce, both event and match. As for dates, if they move it won't be much at all. We want the best weather that Phoenix has to offer, and will always take that into consideration. More to come...much, much more!
  12. I have found all of the Federal 20's to be high brass, and very hard to shuck out.
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