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Tyrel Cody

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  1. 10 minutes ago, Blackwater 53393 said:

    It was a young shooter and the guns were actually still in the holsters.  He’d been warned not to do what he was doing, but I guess nervous excitement and inexperience got the better of him.


    I was told that one round burned a groove down his leg and the other went through his boot and nicked a couple of his toes.


     I think he learned several valuable lessons that day.


    We're probably referring to the same person.  Not real young, but yeah lessons learned...

  2. Do you really want to know?





































    I know one pard that shot himself in the leg at the loading table.  Probably others exist, but never heard of anything fatal.

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  3. 16 minutes ago, Blackwater 53393 said:

    Per instructions provided above:





    (many guns, to be completely truthful)


    now, GET OFF DA LAWN!!


    C'mon man, get the slogan right at least :P



  4. 1 minute ago, Captain Bill Burt said:

    No, I just said 'a man's 29th'.  Unfortunately it will be my 59th, though I'm sure everyone thought 29 was real.


    It'll be your 30th anniversary of your 29th birthday...


    Trust us you don't look anywhere close to 29 :ph34r::lol::lol:


    If I can remember I'll bring you a nice cigar and a cold brew.

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  5. 5 minutes ago, Doc Shapiro said:

    I would suggest that we can trust shooters to use good judgement. We have the right safety rules in place regarding the 170, as well as rounds over the berm. 

    I also have a fair bit of anecdotal evidence to support this. 

    In my opinion, I think you’re expecting that if it’s allowed, and there is a stage written for it, that there will be issues. I maintain that I believe shooters will make good judgments about their abilities and limitations. 

    I don’t believe that this argument is valid. 


    You're a LOT more trusting than I am, but I'm starting to come around.  

  6. 45 minutes ago, Doc Shapiro said:


    Indeed.  Especially a change like this that's been ingrained since the beginning.  And one where all of the arguments to keep it are specious.

    Out of curiosity do you know of any clubs outside of SASS that have allowed shooting on the move? Did it increase attendance when they did so?

  7. 2 minutes ago, Cypress Sun said:


    I don't think that SASS membership is required to start an ISO or WTB post in the Classifieds. SASS membership (in good standing) is required to offer items for sale in the Classifieds.


    Welcome Slewfoot and good luck finding your guns.



    And you would be incorrect.  


    "Offers posted by Guests or Members not including thier SASS Number will be deleted."


    Offers meaning For Sale OR Want to Buy.  

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  8. 7 minutes ago, Slewfoot said:

    I don’t have a number yet. Are only FS ads prohibited by non-SASS members and WTB/WTTF are permitted? I really don’t want to get sent to the Principal’s office when I’ve finally started speaking up in class, but it would possibly get me up and out there faster to be searching amongst other cowboys and not the usual Armslist crowd for sure.


    You need a SASS number to start a thread of any kind in the classifieds.


    Where in Tennessee are you from? Visit one of the many clubs  around before you buy anything else; might find what you need there.


    Our State match is coming up soon, June 2-4 in Watrace, TN.

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  9. Which model specifically?


    I've owned GW2 Californians in .357 and .45 and loved them both; they have Navy Grip frames.


    I've owned GW2 Alchemista 2s, that were great guns too, but didn't care for the Army grip frames.



  10. 45 minutes ago, Branchwater Jack SASS #88854 said:

    I think a lot of the answer to that question come from the badge numbers of the people that are answering the thread here.


    You want to see a  possible correlation of the impact of social media on recruitment, you need to start talking with people with badge numbers over 95,000.


    Some of the badge numbers represented here predate the internet.


    I'm #96324. Saw a coworker(Mortimer  Smith) watching one of his personal CAS videos on his laptop in 2011. Probably need to go even higher in numbers and probably still won't find much correlation. 








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  11. 3 minutes ago, Widder, SASS #59054 said:

    Until SASS puts a picture of a Race Horse, Moonshine Still and a Football on the front of the RO manuals, ain't nobody

    in Kentucky, Tennessee or Alabama gonna read all of those manuals.






    People from Alabama can read? Who knew...

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  12. Sport ->





    The Single Action Shooting Society® is an international membership organization formed in 
    1987 to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting™. SASS serves as the 
    governing and sanctioning body of the sport, promulgating the rules to ensure safety and 
    consistency in Cowboy Action Shooting™ competitions worldwide. SASS sanctions 
    championship matches including State, Regional, National, and the World Championship —
    all held annually across the nation and internationally."

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