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Tyrel Cody

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  1. Should’ve stopped after the first one since he died in the book…

     

    But since they didn’t, they should’ve stopped after the second one because 3 sucked and I didn’t bother either rest, lol.

     

     

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  2. 12 minutes ago, Mossy Horn Gent said:

    I am looking for a backup for my IAC 1897 pump.


    Guess I should’ve read more of your other posts.  

    I’d go 87 over the Stoeger, because you can use it in ALL categories. I would send it to Slater or Lassiter though and have them fix it to Load Two easily.

     

     

     

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  3. Sounds like you need to get to a match and try some stuff.

     

    The Cimarron  1887 is nice and well built, BUT they don’t come from the factory with the ability to load 2; that would probably be VERY frustrating on the clock.

     

    I personally wouldn’t trust a new Stoeger, but that’s me(reports of lugs breaking).

     

    I’d suggest going to a match and see if anyone has one available; or borrow til you find what you like.  Or find one in the classifieds here OR merchants corner. Barleycorn posted a CZ recently that are pretty nice.



     

    Thats my unsolicited opinion.

    OH and Welcome to the FUN!

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  4. 3 hours ago, Cahawbakid said:

    Randy, I’ll be getting my registration out this week. I should make three for FCD.

     

    Lasombra and Tyrell Cody you are welcome 


    I’m a gunfighter, so no help to me; BUT my son is signing up for FCD this year. Our apps are in the mail.

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  5. 9 hours ago, July Smith said:

    Overall I am very happy with my Cimarron 1887.  Right out of the box the gun simply functions as it should.  This is the only shotgun I have ever handled that I felt right out of the box would be suitable for SASS matches.  Sure it’s not a race ready 87, but it is reliable and for anyone interested in picking up an 87 I would highly recommend.  Just FYI mine holds 5 in the tube but won’t close with a 6th shell on the carrier, so for use in wild bunch the spring will need to be modified. 


    I like the one I got a lot two. It runs great as is; though it still needs to be modded to load two quickly. I was very pleased that it ejects very well.

  6. 1 hour ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

    So now the pitcher has 18 seconds with a man on base instead of 20. 
    15 with nobody on.


    I haven’t watched a game in years is the pitch timer thing tolerable or am I just gonna hate it?

     

    I read the NL has DH now too?

     

     

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  7. Frontier Cartridge Gunfighter here.

     

    .38’s: 18-20gr of Schuetzen FFFg under a wonder wad, dab 50/50 beeswax/crisco lube and 125gr  coated bullet.

     

    12ga: 45-50gr Grafs Reenactor, pink claybuster wad(the 3/4oz one) and 7/8oz of lead shot in Remington STS green or gold hulls.

     

    I never really figured out how to get enough BP and shot in a 20ga with a wad to make it work right.

     

     

     

  8. 5 hours ago, Captain Bill Burt said:

    It is!


    good!

     

    Wonder which matches everyone is shooting?

     

    Midnight Rider and I are sending out apps today to:

     

    1. South Carolina State(just me)

    2. Alabama State

    3. Mississippi State

    4. Tennessee State


     

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  9. 57 minutes ago, Mad Major Shelton said:

     

    So I know there is a CAS range, South River Shootists, about 2 hours away from me on the southern side of Atlanta near Covington GA.  Is there a website that shows different ranges that host CAS matches?  There are several commercial ranges nearby me here in FT Eisenhower (formerly known as FT Gordon) but I have never heard of any hosting a CAS event.  Anybody can point me in the right direction?

     Might be some clubs in South Carolina not too far from you as well, Belton Gun Club comes to mind.

  10. 8 minutes ago, bgavin said:

     

     

    Small lots, shallow setbacks, zero lot lines and high density housing.
     

     

     

     

    Can't really speak too much for Maryville, but when we drove through a month or so ago it looked like some of that was going on there already. It sure is in my little hometown about 3 hours from Maryville; seems as though a now liberal Nashville is spreading North and East and we have an influx from other states as well for some reason.  We bought some land about an hour south of Maryville on the lake with plans to move in a couple years so I really hope that area can stay small and without all that mess.

     

     

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  11. 11 minutes ago, Tennessee williams said:

    Fun fact. Widder used to have dark colored hair. But, one year I loaded Widder some shotshells to use at the TN State speed shotgun match. Well, there was 1 out of about 500 I put some super high powerful blackpowder in. His hair had turned white about 20 minutes after he fired that one. The TO got the shakes and 3 soiled doves found Jesus and took up a mission trip to Zimbabwe.


    This has to be true, not even a State Champion liar could make up something that good…

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