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  1. You have 5 minutes - you get to implement or discard ONE rule, situation or aspect of SASS. But your decree must be explained (with reason why); rules created (if needed), logistics figured out and the memo sent out. In that 5 minute span. So no moving SASS HQ. No rotating National Championship Shoot. And your rule cannot be to single out one person punitively. What would you do? And don't worry - Ill start another thread in a day or so that gives you free rein to run wild with BIG ideas. But today - one quick thing that you would change... And why... My quick one: All firearms with a TUBE magazine will be required to have a day glo/ neon colored follower. This leads to better training for the folks manning the unloading table to require seeing an empty chamber AND verifying the magazine tube as empty. Much better than the current loading table method of rapidly cycling the lever and "hoping" the magazine is functioning properly. Simple, low cost, easy to implement and police - and addresses a "problem" (magazine hang ups {dirty/ rusty tubes, weak/ broken springs}, rifle over loading {9 round rifle stages}, etc.) that happen often enough and are often not discovered until the next stage or next cleaning. I'm looking forward to your ideas.
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