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    Houston, TX
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    camping, football, soccer, tailgating, barbecue

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  1. Our club has its own Wild Bunch variant that works pretty well at monthlies. WB shooter uses a revolver and a 1911. Basically the 1911 replaces the second pistol and reloads with at least one additional magazine, sometimes two. https://www.thss.org/rules/thss-wild-bunch-rules/
  2. The Professionals was a better Wild Bunch era movie.
  3. Wow that would be awesome running clockwise. I'd rather that be the extra-innings rule than the stupid runner-on-second rule we have now. Stupid covid.
  4. I thought I remember seeing here somewhere some of the parts that can easily go in Ruger Wranglers, but I can't find that thread. I bought a pair for my 3yo for future Cowboy Action Shooting use, but figured I'd enjoy them for fun sometimes at monthly matches since my club is going to add a .22LR category. 1. Is there a spring parts kit that can be installed similar to what's available for Ruger Vaqueros? 2. Is there a lowered hammer available similar to the Super Blackhawk? 3. Are there readily available replacement grips? I'd like something besides the plastic black on
  5. We posted them a little earlier this evening. www.thss.org/trailhead
  6. But where else will we learn about bad dog food and bad non-cowboy guns?
  7. Thanks for the kind words, @Hoss. We're very excited to be hosting the SASS State Match for the first time in our history. We will be offering Sharpshooter and of course Cody-Dixon categories for State, but the THSS version of Wild Bunch will not be offered -- only SASS Wild Bunch that Thursday. And yes, @Dragon Hill Dave #59561, the Outhouse with the "barn door" will be there. I managed to screw that up pretty royally while trying to slam fire my 1897 shotgun during the TSRA match last month. Didn't miss but my time was way up. Won't do that again! @Anvil Al #59168 I
  8. It's a really funny movie, especially if you ever worked in any kind of corporate America cubicle environment. If you don't like cursing, I would recommend watching it off Comedy Channel or something like that.
  9. SASS isn't NFA-friendly. Shotguns have to be 18 inches, and when I asked if it would be Ok if I used a lever rifle that had a threaded barrel, they said no, even if I didn't use a suppressor on it during a match.
  10. As written, the HPA provides for a refund of the stamp tax for suppressors purchased after October 22, 2015. This is so people don't completely stop buying them in anticipation of this passing. https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/367 I really hope this passes. I have an annoying uncle that stops by during hunting season every time there's a shot in the area to see if I got anything. A suppressor won't get rid of the sound completely, but it will help.
  11. 24" barrel seems long for something you want to attach a suppressor to. Plus it only holds ten rounds :/
  12. I was actually looking at the 2.5" mini. Looks closer in size to the American Derringer.
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