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Father Kit Cool Gun Garth

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  1. Ms. Lorelei: Hope the following will provide you with the simple steps to delete messages: STEP 1: Locate your INBOX in the upper right hand corner of your screen, and click on the envelope icon. STEP 2: A drop down screen will appear. Click on the Go to inbox icon. STEP 3: On the left hand side of the screen, you will see a list of the messages that have been stored for you. STEP 4: Each message has a number listed (see in RED below) which is the total number of replies and responses within that message, along with the number of days it has been in your mailbox. On the left, under your Avatar, is aa check box (see below in BLUE). STEP 5: Once you have decided on a message you want to delete (multiple messages can be deleted by checking more boxes associated with the message), click on the box under your Avatar and a check mark will now appear as shown below. In addition, a number in RED will appear to indicate how many messages you have chosen to delete. STEP 6: At the same time you will see a "pop-up" message as shown below that will appear at the bottom of your screen. STEP 7: Once you have determined which message(s) you want deleted, merely click on the trash can (highlighted in YELLOW above) and a safety message will appear as shown below: STEP 8: If you are sure of the message(s) you have chosen, Click the OK icon, and the message(s) will be gone. NOTE: At any time, you can look in the upper right hand side of the screen and see what percentage your messages have taken up. (see below) As you approach the 100% figure (and slightly above), you will begin to be unable to send and/or receive Personal Messages (PM) in your mailbox. HOPE THIS HELPS.
  2. I've stopped posting THREADS, and response posts to the SASS WIRE.

    The negativity factor from select members has left me with a sour taste in my mouth.

    If I'm generating questions that result in these responses, I'd rather leave the WIRE, then have GUESTS and New Shooters read them.

    I'll continue to practice and shoot CAS as I enjoy this sport.

    To everyone else, keep up the good work.

  3. Warden: It was moved to ensure that it did not disappear into the archive files on the SASS WIRE, and as a resource for SASS Member videos. In addition:
  4. Jack: Like CodyMaverick, I didn't catch that either. The beauty of REPLAY.
  5. Jackpot Jerry: I didn't catch that as I was concentrating on where you left the shotgun. Watched the video again, and saw the right hand on both the shotgun and drawing the first pistol. I'm assuming that during the transition, if you were going to take the shotgun with you, that you would have carried it and laid it down with your left hand, so that you could draw your pistol with the right at the same time, thus saving seconds.
  6. Jackpot Jerry: You took your shotgun to the pistol station whereas Slim dropped his at the shotgun stage? You also had a minor issue getting one of the shotgun shells out of the gun.
  7. Chili Pepper Jack, You are too kind my friend. Great post! Glad you created your on channel. For those of you that read the SASS WIRE, Jack and I through multiple PM's have found several common goals that we both share, and those are: Promote Cowboy Action Shooting in as many ways as possible; Improve our own skill level and knowledge of the sport through WIRE posts and critiques of our videos; Enjoy the comradery of our fellow shooters and use their experience and advise along with suggestions to improve our game. Jack....look forward to shooting with you some time in the future. Maybe we'll tie at EoT?
  8. Huckleberry: Here are the steps to take: (1) Go to the SASS HOME Page and click on the Club Resources Box: (2) On the next screen, click on the blue link for SASS Affiliated Clubs: (3) On the next page, scroll down towards the bottom until you see: (4) Clicking on the link will open up an Adobe PDF Document with a list of the SASS Regulators. SASS Regulators.pdf Hope this helps.
  9. Rance: Two listings above you will find the directions to get to the member list. Obviously it works best if you know the members name or at least a part of it, in order to narrow down the search. Hope it helps in the future, should you need it.
  10. Ms. Allie: I was going to post a picture of an actor. I had remembered in reading the threads that there was someone who used that actor as their avatar. I could not recall the members alias, only that he used this actors' picture for his avatar. I was looking for the member listing so I could scan through the member list and see if I ran across this members avatar. I was trying to be discrete in the search so as not to forewarn the member. Kind of like stealing your thunder, or giving you the punch line before telling the joke. Sedalia Dave provided the impetus to get me where I needed to go; however, with not knowing any part of the alias, searching through the 100,000+ listings would be fruitless. I appreciate your posting the thread that at least provided an answer to where to find the member listings, even though on the old system it was much easier to get to. The advantage I believe with this one is that we now have more sort options to fine tune what or whom we at looking for. Always a pleasure working with you. Things get accomplished. The post above this one is a more detailed version of how to get to the Member listing. (It expounds on Dave's initial post).
  11. Sedalia Dave had the answer to how to get to a members alias. Below are the detailed steps to get there: In the upper left hand corner of the HOME screen you will find the Search Icon. Place your cursor in the Search Window and click. The following screen will appear. Click on the All Content Drop Down Menu and the following choices will appear: Click on the Members choice, and the following will appear: On the OLD System, there was an option to choose members, and you would find the alphabet running across the top of the screen. Choosing a letter of the alphabet would pull up a list of members whose alias begins with that letter, listed in subsequent alphabetical order. With the NEW System, you have to go through this process to choose the letter of the alphabet you seek. If you are looking for a member and you know their alias, you can type in the alias to go directly to that member. If you are searching for someone you do not know their full alias, but know what it begins with you can enter the first letter here. Then choose the icon, and the following screen will appear. The number of members with that letter of the alphabet will appear and provide you with tabs to progress through them as shown below. You can narrow your search by clicking on the + More search options which brings up the following screen: Unclick any you do not want in order to narrow your search. Obviously searching with a portion of the name yields fewer results: HOPE THIS HELPS EVERYONE.
  12. There have been a lot of threads that deal with the Henry Rifle (both Pro and Con), some with the current Big Boy series and others with the Henry 1860 Replicas. This post will be a great resource for those interested in learning more about the ultimate predecessor to the Winchester rifle.
  13. Cypress: I appreciate the invitation. My intentions are to use the Lake County Pistoleros match on the 18th as my first official shoot. I haven't even had a chance to practice with my firearms, which I intend to do this weekend and next. I've mostly dry-fire practiced in the house. My schedule has been so hectic that I am really trying to get ready for the 18th. I may see if I can fit the 4th of March in my schedule to come and shoot with your club in Orlando on that day to get extra practice before hitting my first Major Match with the Ides of March. You and Cypress Sun have been wonderful in your kinship with a newcomer to the sport, and it is greatly appreciated.
  14. Mr. Kid: Here it is. I went with the canvas shotgun belt with a black leather stop on it. HalfBreed Don added three (3) 38 caliber slots. I guess he anticipated I might need them. A wise Cowboy he is.
  15. Mr. Clem: I'm with Mr. Longcolt and would like to know what the easiest way to accomplish this task on our own?
  16. Below is my original post when I first inquired about getting a holster. ‚Äč(Includes a pic of what I was trying to go for in a gun belt/holster design.) http://www.sassnet.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=251887
  17. Mr. Griff: Thank you for the insight into the relationship between tanned leather and brass ammo casings. Mr. Ranger: I must confess, that I was completely unaware, and no one told me, I actually used CCI Blazer aluminum cased ammo to compliment the color scheme that I was looking for. Unfortunately, now everyone knows, but sometimes you fall into the right decisions hap-hazardously. Thank you for catching that for me as well.
  18. Mr. Ranger: 38 Special / What are you referring to in this statement?
  19. As a Christmas present, my lovely wife took me down to CLASSIC LEATHER WORKS to meet with Half-Breed Don to have my custom leatherwork done. Don came highly recommended by: After spending considerable time talking about the different styles and showing me the methods he uses to ensure a quality product, along with what I was looking for in a set of holsters, a final decision was made. Just recently they were completed, and I couldn't be more pleased with their construction and how they look, as they exceeded not only my expectations of what they would eventually look like, but they fit my alias perfectly. See for yourself: Thanks Don for the beautiful craftsmanship. A true artist. ‚ÄčThank you Jersey Bird & Cypress Sam for recommending Don. And Lots of Hugs and Kisses for my lovely wife. I'm ready to shoot!!!!
  20. Does anyone know if these were purchased on-line during the Annual Winchester rebate timeframe, could you get the rebate for the 10 boxes? Website states they are sold by the case; however, it does state that there are 10 boxes in the case. The receipt from the website may not suffice. Has anyone tried and successfully ordered ammunition online and filed for a rebate from a manufacturer?
  21. Ms. Allie: When I first learned of Cowboy Action Shooting and the SASS Organization, I attended a match at our local gun range (Eustis Gun Club) where the Lake County Pistoleros call HOME. Finding an interest in joining the fun, I went through the normal steps of (1) becoming a member of the Eustis Gun Club, (2) applying for membership with the NRA, and (3) becoming a member of SASS. Reason (1) was necessary to shoot at the range. Reason (2) was necessary to become a member of the Eustis Gun Club. Reason (3) was necessary to shoot CAS and obtain an alias. However, there were more important reasons to join SASS and that was to have the ability to learn from fellow pards who have been doing this for some time, and gleaning the information they can provide to a new shooter. Price of a set of Ruger Vaqueros - $1,300.00, price of Stoeger Shotgun - $500.00, information on the SASS WIRE - PRICELESS.
  22. Abe: I will call Georgia Arms today to get on their list. I know they have a spot on their website to get emailed when stock is available; however, I rarely trust that I will get notified. As for a reloading partner, I will take your advise and find a fellow shooter that shoots and reloads 38 special ammo and have them tutor me in the reloading process. Thank you for the suggestions.
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