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Flying W Ramrod

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About Flying W Ramrod

  • Birthday 02/09/1953

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    Sun City, Arizona, USA
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  1. Just a matrix for you, for EOT's from 15 to 22 Year Buckaroo Buckarette Jr Boy Jr Girl 15 9 4 8 8 16 8 3 16 10 17 12 7 11 6 18 16 3 9 5 19 9 3 9 5 21 7 2 7 3 22 5 2 3 3
  2. Long range is not Main Match.
  3. In the beginning, it was if you came to the line with a cocked rifle, keep walking, SDQ.
  5. And you couldn't have done that without putting the shooter in a DQ position? It's just as easy to have the shooter hold onto the rifle and explain it as to have him put himself in jeopardy.
  6. The "option" to shoot gunfighter in all categories was brought up at the EOT TG meeting in 2022, a resounding NO was heard.
  7. still haven't seen the answer to this question.
  8. We need to know this: Is "Back 10 Degrees" up range or down range? The OP never states. If it's up range, SDQ. If it's down range No Call. Those are the choices, period, dot.
  9. For years and years and years. My statement stands. The rifle isn't last, it cools down a bit while shooting, either pistols for 10 or shotgun for 4+. Also, I've never carried my rifle from the stage to the ULT by the barrel, I hold it at the grip with my fingers between the lever and the trigger. Balance is better, control is better, weight is distributed better.
  10. If it's not carried up and slightly down range, unless the bay configuration and stage set up preclude, it's a SDQ. If the muzzle is pointed uprange, no matter the configuration, it's a SDQ. As for it being a black powder shooter, the rifle isn't last so that argument is moot at best.
  11. Pop it off and put it back on. Most times it's come out of alignment with the tube itself and snags on the side of a primer. Taking it off and resetting it seems to work for mine.
  12. Did you lube your own Snakebite bullets? What were they lubed with? They used to come with Thompsons BP or SPG. I always found Thompsons to be too hard and did not lube the barrel enough. The SPG lubed ones were great. Used nothing but GOEX in my '73 for over 15 years and had no problems. Straight wall cases will have blow by no matter what you do but the SPG lubed Snakebite bullets are great
  13. Don't know where you shoot but a MSV is only 10 seconds.
  14. This works great. Done it many times, I mean once in a while, after forgetting how many I put in, for a 9 round stage
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