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  1. Why do you give a shooter credit for engaging a malfunctioning target in the first scenario when the shot didn’t cause any KD to fall but in my hypothetical you won’t give the shooter credit for engaging a target with a misfire? Both scenarios target engagements resulted in a downed (malfunctioning) target that wasn’t directly seen as a hit? I didn’t see in the SHB reference for target engagement a specific requirement for a projectile or how much projectiles to leave the barrel to satisfy the engagement criteria. What if the misfire was absent of powder, but the primer pushed
  2. Hypothetical scenario: Same scenario as original post. However, instead of a (suspected) miss, shooter has an ammo/gun malfunction. Instead of 6 shells actually going bang, only 5 went bang but the trigger got pulled 6 times. So 6 targets down, 5 shots actually fired, 1 gun/ammo malfunction.
  3. It would depend on some more details, certainly which target is malfunctioning and where the miss was seen to be, in my opinion. Hits and misses are generally pretty easy to see with a scattergun especially at close range. If you see it’s a hit, it’s a hit, if you see it’s a miss it’s a miss, when in doubt benefit goes to the shooter. If the shot pattern of the suspected miss was in the vicinity of the malfunctioning target ( targets side by side) than no call. If the shot pattern of the suspected miss is multiple targets away from the malfunctioning target than you still have to engage the m
  4. Howdy John. If ya don’t find a used one, call 'Slater' (Eric Slater) at 865 / 591-5129. He is a dealer in E.TN and he is a good Cowboy shooter. Look him up on Facebook: Slaters In House Guns. I bought a new one from him, and had another worked over by him. He is Widder approved. He is a Great Cowboy to deal with and meticulous with his work. I highly recommend him.
  5. Has anyone here had any dealings with the money payment/transfer service Zelle? With PayPal’s stance, is Zelle a better alternative? Also, has anyone here had any dealings with Tactical World or Alpha Horizon Armory from Winthrop, ME? Thanks Pards.
  6. I second Prairie Dawg! Awesome day, awesome shoot, and awesome folks!
  7. Hey Dawg, I’ll take them all. If you’ll be at Stoney Bottom next week I’ll hand ya cash there if that works. Thank You.
  8. I used to do a lot of trapshooting. Went through tens of thousands of Federal primers with no remembered hiccups with the 209a. Im still loading them in my cowboy 12ga with my lighter trap loads. My Stoeger hasn’t had any issues. However, I’m not shooting BP. However I do have federals for my BP muzzleloader. Fwiw, My trap loads we interchanged whatever primer we could buy cheapest. Federals and Winchester’s were the most reliable.
  9. Great shoot it was! Even with the one stage that was written differnt than I thought it shoulda been shot. @Badfinger & Sassythe cobweb award was sposed to before the shooter who slung the most cobwebs from his gun barrel and got them to stick to the targets.
  10. Yul, I understand the feeling. Be cautious that depression doesn’t set in on you. Seriously, the best remedy is to force yourself to be around some like minded friends. A Cowboy match would be a great place to be, ESPECIALLY the people! I’m not much for public crowded places either, but really do something to socialize with friends face to face! The change in your mood will get better.
  11. I’m planning on being there! Just curious, since some people appreciate accumulating the “ special” awards, will there be a ribbon for the shooter who plasters the first target with the most cobwebs? Oh yea, asking for a friend, lol.
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