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Wyo Joe

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  1. Hit up @Johnny Meadows,SASS#28485L I just picked up a BSS from him and he mentioned he’d likely have an SKB on hand shortly as well
  2. These work better by miles… Foldable Grabber Reacher Tool with Light, 31" Garbage Grabber Tool, 90°Rotating Anti-Slip Jaw, Soft Rubber Handle & Durable Stick, Magnet Hook, Gabbers for Elderly (Blue) 8310-B-1 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B091D1D1CJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_QW08P9MV46PW8GVK6Q4H?psc=1
  3. Posted for: C. W. Knight # 47289L : send all messages and requests to CWK please One pair of Colt SAA's, 5.5' BBL color case harden and Colt blue. Black Colt plastic grips. Gen 3, 2005 mfg, consecutive serial numbers. Original owner test fired them but never bought leather. These are very smooth, possibly from the factory. Removable cylinder bushing for those who care. White sleeves and blue boxes with, I believe all paperwork. Price $ 4,300.00. Shipping & insurance negotiable. Will consider reasonable offers or a reasonable payment plan. Thanks for lookin', C.W.
  4. Hoping for quick healing. Gettin bit suuuuuuucks
  5. Golf cart gun racks are everywhere now that bolt right on for long guns. Reckon you could do a bolt on for ammo box, etc. as well. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Golf-Cart-Gun-Rack-Stand-Up-Gun-Holder-Rifle-Stand-EZGO-/353338356470?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0
  6. If only all of the energy wasted on the wire was used for good… I haven’t been around SASS for 30 years or nothin but the way y’all talk to each other sure doesn’t fit with the Spirit of the Game I always see at shoots
  7. Found a jogging stroller on the side of the road. I basically just took the seat fabric portion out, cut off the front piece that holds snacks for kiddos. Removed plastic faring over front wheel and bolted an ammo can to the frame. $20 ATV gun mount from Amazon (you can buy the same I have but a double version and hold 4 long guns) and use two extra holsters to hold my pistols. Left cup holders intact to hold drinks. Added a small hole in middle compartment to accommodate my small umbrella stand/hat hooks left the cover on but I fold it down, added clips so if it rains I can cover my goods
  8. GLWS. if I wasn’t getting a BSS I’d snappin this little beauty up from ya.
  9. Begs the question, what did ya get that you like better than this beauty?
  10. I’d pay a mint for a little hardcover copy I could throw in my cart for when I have rule questions. Reading on a phone sucks
  11. Got an addition to my stable today, a Colt….. pellet gun dry firing with no response was a bit boring for my taste, so I got an umarex Colt replica pellet gun. CO2 powered, the pellets go into metal casings that look like an actual bullet, single action of course, losing gate, ejector, etc. now I can pop off a hundred rounds a night and get actual feedback I love it FullSizeRender.mov meanwhile my dog discovered her love for mud
  12. hey @Doc X what’s the name of that Colt Faro rig?
  13. So cool. I’d buy this all day if I was anywhere near you, good luck with the sale!
  14. Looked in handbook and didn’t see rules relating to this, but is it ok to switch up your leather mid-match? Like if double strong is best for some stages but crossdraw is better on others, any reason you couldn’t switch up your holsters? (Assuming you’re not shooting in a costume category that would be incorrect when you change to diff holsters). I’m fairly ambidextrous and just wondering if this is an option that ever gets used by folks and if it’s legal to do so
  15. I’d like the new cuffs if they fit me. Any idea how big they are toward the forearm end?
  16. @Tequila Shooter lemme learn how to shoot first, then you can pull me to the dark side
  17. For any other new shooters, another good piece of advice was to go download a sheet showing a bunch of different sweeps, and while practicing try to mix up the sweeps so you don’t get stuck doing a certain sweep in your brain. even though it’s embarrassing, more video of progress as it may help other new shooters “Whatever you practice is what you’ll do in real life.” -Doc Shapiro FullSizeRender.mov FullSizeRender.mov
  18. Tennessee I just got some from the Free Wire. I still have one of the medium flat rate boxes sealed full of once fired shells. I’d be happy to send to you for the cost of shipping which is $15.50. I’ll still have another medium box full of hulls so that’ll be plenty for me. Let me know. SASS #111473
  19. New shooter here, cowboy or otherwise, competitions I mean, done plenty of recreational shooting over the years and owned many guns in that time, but never cared about “competing” until CAS. This got deep into my blood first match and now I want to get better i think I’ve found a decent rhythm to my levering and timing with trigger, and likewise I can decently thumb thru my revolvers without rising the hammer down. But one problem I can’t seem to shake is acquiring that first target. seems like it takes me a second or so before I can register the front site on target to break that first shot. Once I’m there, I can cruise, but any advice for new shooter on how to get that first shot off faster? it looks like I’m staring down targets then pulling the rifle up to that spot, maybe I should cheek weld and look down my barrel at front site instead? take it easy on my videos, like I said, NEW SHOOTER hahahaha FullSizeRender.mov FullSizeRender.mov FullSizeRender.mov FullSizeRender.mov
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