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  1. What’s the call, or how do you proceed, when the shooter picks up rifle and fires 9 rounds, grounds open rifle, takes hands off rifle, TO/gallery shouts 1 more, shooter picks up rifle, closes action fires round and hits target, grounds now empty rifle properly and finishes the stage properly with remaining guns?
  2. Renegade Plowboy

    WTC

    Thanks for the reply’s and clarification folks.
  3. Renegade Plowboy

    WTC

    My understanding is that if a loaded long gun, live round in chamber even if action is open, leaves the shooters hand(s) at that point it becomes a SDQ. I forgot to add the part of the long gun leaving the shooters hand(s) in my previous reply. If this is the case, than yes the location of the live round does make a difference even before the next gun is fired. SDQ situations are not correctable. If my understanding is incorrect, can someone please clarify? Thank You.
  4. Renegade Plowboy

    WTC

    Y’all forgot one important detail about the round in the rifle, where was it? Was the rifle grounded open or closed? Did any part of the round make it into the chamber, even if the action was open? If any part of the round started to enter the chamber, than the round is considered chambered, even if it was left open. SDQ if any part of the unfired round made it into the chamber.
  5. Using a 550 is like running 4 single stages at the same time. The manual indexing isn’t a problem, actually I like that fact when it comes to fixing an oops. It’s simple. I don’t run a case feeder. I haven’t ran a 650 or 750 to compare yet, but I’m pleased to have my 550. Put the extra $ for the 750 twirls your second caliber conversion. You like that a lot feature more than the upgrade. If you you ever decide to upgrade from the 550 to a 750, the 550 will still be worth what you paid for it to another pard. Dillion presses hold their value.
  6. Thanks Rye. That is a very interesting way of stretching a box of primers to as many customers as possible. It seems as if The Fin is doing a good job, in this season, of keeping some ammo on the shelves. The prices are pretty tough to stomach though, but it’s just for a season.
  7. I drive by the Ashland store every Sunday. I work, when I go to the office, 3 miles from the Milan store. I’m about 30 miles from Milan store, and 50 miles from the Ashland store. When you say box, is that a box of 1000? Or is it limited to a sleeve of 100?
  8. Hey Rye, are they only selling them by the 100, or can you buy the whole 1000 box? While the 7.99/100 is inflated (used to be 4.99/100) if ya bought the whole box of 1000 it was a cheaper price (previously like 36.99/1000)
  9. Locally here, I can find supply’s of them at all three listed locations. That supply has gone down in the last 3 weeks. TSC and RK should be able to check other store stocks and transfer in for free, and maybe by Christmas, or you can travel a bit more and pick them up also.
  10. I’d take either if I could find them. I saw the Winchester change earlier this year. After second look, the Federals will do. Currently no use for LP primers.
  11. My experience thus far, as I also have a boatload of small rifle, but slim on small pistol. My slicked up (not sure what size lighter spring but purely guessing it’s 17 lb, as they aren’t quite as light as a pard’s with 15 lb springs) OMV vaqueros don’t care, they set off both small pistol, small pistol magnum, and small rifle without trouble. As far as primers sealing in the pocket or backing out I shoot 3.2, 3.3grn Titegroup under a 125grn bullet, and have had no issues thus far with primers backing out or locking up a pistol. My slicked up Uberti 1873 is another story. It onl
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