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*************** EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY ************** The Range Operations Committee has ruled that the use of "CONED" shotgun ammunition is ILLEGAL and subject to the MATCH DISQUALIFICATION penalty for "Use of illegal ammunition". The justifications for this ruling include: 1) Their use is primarily for a "competitive advantage" over using "standard" crimped shotshells, particularly for SxS's. 2) No one (private or commercial) has "officially" applied for any consideration of approval. 3) The ROC had previously "opined" that the "partially-crimped" version is illegal. and 4) They just "Don't Look Cowboy" in any way, shape or form. This ruling applies to both "partially-crimped" and "ogival-crimped" shells (examples below):
ROC RULING CARPENTER/PAINTER PANTS = ACCEPTABLE CARGO PANTS = NOT !! History of the basic designs Carpenter/painter pants are basically overalls without the bib or suspenders which date to the 1700s as working outerwear. "Cargo pants" are based on 1938 British military design with the leg pockets for carrying battle gear (wound dressings) TOP = CARPENTER PANTS = LEGAL BOTTOM = CARGO PANTS = ILLEGAL