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The Outlaw Travis James

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About The Outlaw Travis James

  • Birthday 12/12/1978

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    107517
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    OK Corral Outlaws - Okeechobee, FL | Gold Coast Gunslingers - Sunrise, FL | Lake County Pistoleros - Tavares, FL | Roughshod Raiders - Gainesville,

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    Jupiter Farms, FL
  • Interests
    Whistling Dixie

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  1. I don't sleep much so I may as well do something to pass the time.
  2. Patience my friends. We are still working on it. There is still much to do yet. But it will be worth the wait.
  3. You cannot imagine how much work, just this part has been. I have worked at least 5 hours per week for over 2 months on it and most weeks have worked double that amount of time. But all the work will be well worth the effort. This thing is shaping up to quite literally be a game changer. I know it all sounds like hype, but you will understand once it's completed.
  4. I have gotten input from all over the country. There are a lot of repeated sweeps with different names. I am organizing it help with that. I have also given a stage description so that if someone wants to use the sweep, they can copy the description as well so it can be explained. Down here in Florida, most stage writers do not even say the name of the sweeps unless they are the more common ones like Nevada or Lawrence Welk. But again, don't worry, I am trying to make it as easy as possible for the sweeps to be understood and usable.
  5. I can guarantee there are quite a few in this. You will be surprised.
  6. I just finished compiling and editing all the sweeps. The document is 36 pages long, with over 13,200 words, and over 320 sweeps. I have not completed the comparisons to consolidate like sweeps yet, but it appears that about 20-25% are similar. This turned out to be much more involved than I first thought. I am hoping to have it completed over the next month or so. But, it will be well worth the wait! I also have a very special guest writer contributing some stage writing tips, start positions section, common terms section, sweep comparison section, and much much more. This has been a collaborative effort with contributions from a lot of stage writers and shooters. I am excited to have the bulk of the compilation done! STAY TUNED FOR MORE UPDATES. the OTJ
  7. PWB commented earlier in the thread that you are to record both scores when a reshoot is taken. I was asking how to do it.
  8. CAS Scoring and we are working with the developers to make it even better. We are using it at about 5 or 6 clubs down here in Florida and is has been really good. https://129bit.com/cas-scoring/
  9. I am not saying it is right, I am just elucidating what he does. We all know about it and it has become somewhat of a joke. I usually start with one foot outside the line when he is timing me to mess with him. He ALWAYS sees it and says something to me. Like I said, I have never seen it called there before.
  10. We have been using a new program and I am not sure if it has that ability. I will check and see. Another question, what is the purpose of recording both scores?
  11. Yes but when you edit the score, the first one is erased in both programs. That means you loose the first score.
  12. I shoot at a club in Florida where the MD is very anal about being completely behind whatever prop, fence, or table the shooting position is. He goes so far as to drag lines in the sand with his boots. BUT, he always reiterates that your feet MUST BE INSIDE THE LINES or it will be called a P. Although, I have never seen it called there.
  13. So if there is paper scoring being utilized, how would you record the second score? And also, in some digital scoring programs, you can only record one score per shooter per stage. How do you handle this?
  14. I wasn't starting an argument, I was asking a question. I know he is cryptic in his responses sometimes. That is why I am asking for clarification....cryptically...
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