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  1. I shot 105's over 3.5 grn of American select (.38). A fellow shooter (He's been at it a long time) mentioned that he's never seen a spotter miss a clean hit with a 130 grn but has seen spotters miss clean hits with the 105's. He right, I switched back to the 130's. Oh and his 5 stage match times run under 100 seconds.
  2. American Select is all I have ever used. It's clean and consistent. 3.2 to 3.5 is plenty 105's to 130's
  3. Groups limited to 10 or less....... Well..... If a Stage or 3 was posted every week or every other week, a small group of Cowboys could shoot the stages and post scores. It’s not ideal but we all would get a bit of mini match time. I’ve been to regular matches with less than 10. Just thinking out loud. Any thoughts ? -Long ago shooters would shoot a target in a Postal Match and Mail it in, to be scored and ranked with other shooters, the honor system worked fine-
  4. As I always tell a new shooter ...... Their is nothing you can do wrong I have not already done! I did exactly as you described. SDQ..... 100% my fault
  5. I use them "GF" fitted SS grip frames to SASS Vaqueros in 38/357. then had Boomstick short stroke them. 100's may 1000's of rounds trough them.. Yup I have small hands.
  6. My First trip to Winter Range. What a great Match. Clearly the result of many many hours/days/weeks of planing and preparation. Rolling from Oregon to with Old friends to make new friends and take part in a great match, well worth the time, miles and all it took. THANKS!
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