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Nasty Nels

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  1. Midway USA has it at $11.99. Shipping is an issue unless you spend $50.

     

    I have been using One Shot for more than a decade.

     

    Spray a little in a quart storage bag and throw in cases.  Shake a little and load.

     

    Never had a problem with primers going bang and powder throwing the bullet out of the barrel.

  2. Page 4 of the SHB under “Outlawed Items”, states “All types of athletic shoes, or combat boots, no matter what material from which they are constructed.”  They don’t appear to be “athletic shoes or combat boots,” so not outlawed.

     

    On page 2 of the SHB under “Clothing and accoutrements” it states, “…all clothing must be typical of the late 19th Century a, B-Western movie or Western television series.”

     

    While the shoes may not be what is desired, unless shooting in a category that requires “boots”, the call was appropriate.
     

    We can split hairs and question whether “clothing” includes footwear, but the circumstances justified the approval.

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  3. I have gone to Yuma for two years and enjoyed it.

     

    I was scheduled to drive to Yuma today but was asked to do a eulogy this afternoon. I decided to pass on Yuma and go to Cajon to remember Calamity Candy this Saturday.

     

    Yuma will be on my schedule again next year.

     

    I hope all the Cowboys and Cowgirls shooting this weekend have a wonderful time at a great match.

     

    NN

  4. Aces was built by Niftybytes, a company owned by Pit Viper (Ken Nelson).

     

    CONTACT INFO

     

    Call 877-643-8911

     

    @NiftyBytes

     

    sales@niftybytes.com

     

    http://www.niftybytes.com/o

     

     

    They continue to work on programs for USPSA, IPDA, Steel Challenge but I don't think they have done anything with Aces in years.

     

    I haven't talked to Ken much since I started SASS, so I am not comfortable calling him to find out what is up.

     

    NN

  5. I had the privilege of knowing Curly Sue. She fought a hard battle.

     

    No matter how she felt, she showed up to matches with a wide smile and pleasant disposition. Curly Sue was an inspiration.

     

    The entire Las Vegas cowboy community feels the loss.

     

    Prayers up for Montana Prairie Dog and the entire family.

     

    NN

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  6. Yesterday was a sad day and a huge loss to everyone who knew Candy.

     

    I am not a Southern Californian but found myself at Cajon frequently. Candy befriended me and made me feel like part of the family. I was always on her posse and we had a great time; even when the targets kept moving.

     

    She was an inspiration, tireless worker and friend to many.

     

    My best wishes go out to JJ, Debby, Rudy and the grandchildren. While we share in their loss, it is hard to imagine the grief they must endure. Our hearts and are prays go with them.

     

    Nels

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