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Scarlett

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Scarlett last won the day on April 6 2017

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About Scarlett

  • Birthday 04/11/1964

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  • SASS #
    96680
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Belton Busshwhackers, Greenville Gunfighters, Palmetto Posse, Savannah River Rangers

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    www.bulletsbyscarlett.com

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Laurens, SC
  • Interests
    JEDI Gunfighter 235, 2022 Lady Frontier Cartridge Gunfighter World Champion, SASS Affiliated Merchant

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  1. Your Reloading Room is FAR SUPERIOR to others… #PRODUCTPLACEMENT. You get EXTRA hugs at Landrun!! Hugs! Scarlett
  2. Here’s my Marshal! He needs a break from all our travelin’ so I need a few new Marshal’s to give mine a rest! Can’t see that well but he’s holding a double barrel shotgun behind him. Hugs! Scarlett
  3. https://www.nraila.org/articles/20220919/shipping-companies-prohibit-the-lawful-shipping-of-firearms my WONDERFUL UPS Driver and I were talking about this the other day. They are making it VERY difficult for private individuals to ship a firearm LEGALLY to a gunsmith and back. Hugs! Scarlett
  4. I offer 200gr RNFP bullet lubed Or Hi-Tek coated sized .454 just for the situation you describe. Let me know if I can help. These are hardcast bullets. Hugs! Scarlett
  5. You got it! I’ll have them set aside for you! Excited to see you!! Hugs! Scarlett
  6. My Dad gave my Mom a leopard coat in 1950. She gave it to me in 2012 shortly before she died. It had some dry rot so @Bulldog Jackson, SASS # 40059 did the chaps, cuffs and @Wild Otter, SASS # 48346 did the vest - covered some of the torn/worn areas with leather to match my leather and chaps. I don’t shoot B Western anymore however, I still wear all the clothes. Hugs! Scarlett
  7. Good discussion. There is only ONE problem that I see. Not ALL matches have an ULTO. I know, I know, check each other... that doesn't work at LT (I look at EVERY hammer before I start loading if there isn't an officer) and it MOSTLY does not work at the ULT. The situation @Tequila Shooter describes happens (not always with C & B revolvers) relatively often and can be dangerous. I travel a lot and see how things are done different places... most clubs "mandate" a LTO and a ULTO. Great in theory not always in practice. I think we can (and should) do better. When I am PM and something like this happens, I do as @Tn Tombstone recommends and have the shooter escorted. I also ask for a dedicated LT and ULT Officer provided the posse is big enough. I always have an ULT Officer. Hugs! Scarlett
  8. This was our SIXTH year at Heluva Ruckus! I ALREADY have it on my calendar for 2023! I LOVED the stages - fun and they were NOT boring or mentally challenging! The stories for each stage included shooters at the match and were funny and cute. The props were great! and, as @Chantry said, Posse 1 was a lot of fun! His 10 gage full loads brought the BOOM! @Tucker T Fudpucker told me "I am having more fun at this match than I've had in a while and BOY did I need it!" It IS a great match hosted by a GREAT club! It is in NY however, it is an NRA sanctioned match so there are provisions to have guns and ammo in the state for the match - 48 hours prior and after. Tommy and I see it as doing our part to support the shooters in NY state and have FUN!!! Go to Ruckus. You WILL have FUN... You will go back! Thank you to EVERYONE who worked VERY hard to put on a fabulous match! Hugs! Scarlett
  9. It was a GREAT match! For the first time hosting y’all were like old pros! Well done!! It was HOT, yes…however, I don’t think there was an extra fan in all of the county because they were on the range! It was great. Stages were fun, food was good and the folks were awesome!! see y’all next year!! Hugs!! Scarlett
  10. Shared this discussion with my sweet and very smart hubby. His words, “it’s something that you probably don’t practice and when confronted with something like this cold, it can be confusing. When things get confusing (at range/with guns), they can get dangerous.” Hugs! Scarlett
  11. I’m with @Kid Rich about a spirit of the game penalty. Which is only a shooting penalty - not a bad behavior penalty. I’ve never been at a match, monthly or otherwise, that required one much less two pistol reloads. I’ve carried pistol ammo on my belt in case of preserving a clean match on the last stage - and the clock wouldn’t really matter to me at that point. I shoot GF and don’t always shoot the same caliber in my pistols and rifle so my belt doesn’t have 32 loops… I do not think it would be enjoyable… but I would do it. Hugs! Scarlett
  12. The Bug Iron Rangers are in Middletown!! They’re a great group and you’ll have a warm welcome! Hugs! Scarlett
  13. You sweet thing! I know you would!! My THIRD RCBS Lockout Die (one for 38 smokeless, 38 BP sub, and now 32 HR) is arriving tomorrow. This 32 tool head was the last one using a Dillon powder check. The bar in the “fail safe” got suck under the upper piece… that failed and the powder check failed. Thought I’d caught them all…apparently not. BIG HUGS from YOUR number one fan! Scarlett
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