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Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217

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About Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217

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  1. Tex doesn't like me posting prayer requests for him on the SASS Wire so please keep this one private.


    A message from Cat:


    "Tex in hospital with very bad infection-sepsis. Is in critical care unit in Pres downtown. Thought u should no. Cat"

  2. Angles and Belly Buttons...

    Top belt for single shot rifle ammo, not Legal per PaleWolf. I now carry that ammo in a pouch on a different gun belt.
  3. Angles and Belly Buttons...

  4. Angles and Belly Buttons...

    Roscoe, I have an advertisement for a pre-1900 (1875) SG shell belt.

    Happy Birthday, Cousin Mo!
  6. It's official!

  7. WTC.

    I've brought up the DNF thingy on the TG Forum. I think it should be eliminated and a Did Not Start (DNS) should be implemented. In other words, if a shooter starts a stage, they should only be penalized for unfired rounds, not the equivalent of a SDQ (a DNF). The DNS should only be applied when a shooter does not fire any rounds on a stage.
  8. Hi folks!!!!

    So Jefro, are you suggesting Olin is really Phantom? Just kidding. BTW, I know, better than some do, that Phantom is a truly honest person. He doesn't play games with the rules.
  9. When is your Breaking Point?

    Alpo, That reminds me of the first and only time I skied at Squaw Valley at Lake Tahoe. I didn't know the trails. I almost got shoved off the lift by two never minds. I lost a ski in that incident. Luckily an experienced skier brought to me at the end of the lift. I never saw the person who went with me until time to leave. I wish I'd just left her and drove home. Unfortunately, I worked with her and I'm sure there would be "Hell to Pay" (that is almost a SASS pun ). After that I mostly skied by myself or my sister-in-law. It was much more pleasant. I'd go to Northstar and kill a few hours in the free intermediate class and then ski around at my pace looking at the beautiful scenery. I wish I could still ski. Regards, Allie
  10. When is your Breaking Point?

    Hee hee, this is funny. I SDQ myself once and no one could figure out why. I cocked my pistol for a sixth shot, someone yelled "that's five" and reflexively decocked it. Then, I had to explain to everyone. Moral of the story, just let the shooter go click.
  11. Hi folks!!!!

    Hey Olin! Have no fear, he's really a kitty (a big term of endearment from me). I've even shot a match with him AFTER giving him a long Time Out. It was fun. Regards, Allie
  12. WTC

    Lawman, I believe it is up to the Match Director to make the call on when scoring cannot be changed.. Here is what happened to me once. I shot really well and came in second in my category. After awards, the scores were made available. I noticed that the person who got first in my category beat Badlands Bud on a stage. I knew something was wrong and asked the scorekeepers to check it out. They did and her score and numbers transposed. So we swapped awards a few weeks later. So, I will answer your question with a question. Would it have been fair to not change that score? Regards, Allie
  13. When is your Breaking Point?

    Cases in point: Telling someone (TO at an annual) not to provide (illegally acquired) ammo (P + misses if act completed). Telling someone they must pre-stage their rifle flat on the table (P if not corrected). Telling a Buckaroo he made the right call (same TO did not call it) when he pointed out that the shooter had a cocked rifle when coming to the line (SDQ).
  14. When is your Breaking Point?

    When someone tells me that attempting to see that the rules are followed will lose (or already have lost) me friends.
  15. Remedial Corrective Classes for Match AD's

    I am not looking for additional ways to ridicule, humiliate, or penalize a shooter. The first thing I would suggest, if the shooter has multiple ADs, is to check the weight of the trigger pull. At one of my first few matches. I had two ADs that were not in the penalty zone. A close friend of Hubby's looked at my pistols and told Hubby that he needed to tighten up the trigger pull weight.

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