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Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

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About Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

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  • Birthday 02/25/1953

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    Middle Tn.
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    NRA Life member

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    64903
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  1. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    MEC Super-Sizer Question

    Mongo, I load mine but don't check them for at least a few days or weeks because if the plastic is out of round before you load it it will change back a few days after loading. What you are describing I don't think a Super Sizer will help. Randy
  2. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Changing Hammer and trigger springs and hammers.

    Marauders website is helpful also. http://marauder.homestead.com/irons.html Randy
  3. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    American Cancer Society

    Drifter, this can be used as a mailing address: Randall Steagall 806 River Rock Blvd. Murfreesboro, TN 37128 Thanks Randy
  4. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    American Cancer Society

    My wife and I have both had cancer so it's pretty dear to my heart. Randy
  5. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    American Cancer Society

    Thanks Slim, that is a huge goal but we are going to try our best to meet it. If anyone sends anything to me I would prefer it in a check made out to The American Cancer Society. I will compile them and send them to the Cancer Society. Thanks again to everyone who helped us reach $7200 this year and thanks in advance to anyone who contributes to next years fund raiser. Randy
  6. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Single trigger double

    They are Yildiz and I think they are running about $600 ready to go. He has several of them out there and I haven’t heard anything bad about them. They are single trigger. Randy
  7. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    End of Trail

    As others have said, get there early to get acclimated. Use a sinus rinse so you don't have nose bleeds, lack of humidity and altitude take a little getting used to. We usually arrive on Sunday, shoot some warm-ups on Monday and Tuesday just to get used to the heat and thin air. While there be sure to eat at Chili Hills and try some SASS pie and try Pizza Barn for some great pizza. EOT is a great experience so allow enough time to enjoy it. Randy
  8. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    LOST ANOTHER COWBOY

    Sorry to hear this. Randy
  9. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Springs and hammers.

    Yes on the hammers and I like the 15lb springs from Long Hunter (I use Federal primers, never tried any others with them). Randy
  10. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Please critique my Stage Instructions

    As others have said too much unneeded information, but it shouldn't be any trouble to shoot. I changed some wording. Randy
  11. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Brass Rifle Squib Rod

    Mine is about 14" so far for a rifle squib I've been able to slide it hard into the barrel a few times and get the lead out. It is short enough to carry in the front box on my Papa Dave Gun Cart. Randy
  12. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Japanese Winchester 73 modification question

    I’ve seen a few in .357 that throw brass a lot farther forward than a Marlin. Randy
  13. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Short stroke or not (pistol)

    Just another opinion but I'd say it took me maybe 2 matches to get used to my short strokes. As HH and others have said it's all about what feels good and works for you. Randy
  14. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Practice

    Long Hunter Video series will help and you can find them for free on YouTube. I bought the Evil Roy DVD's several years ago and they helped me a lot. Search YouTube for Widowmaker Hill (Widder) '97 dryfire videos and also Deuce Stevens. Be careful with too much dryfire practice, it's great for muscle memory but it can bite you if you're trying to use it for speed. Everything changes when you add recoil and actually having to hit a target. Welcome to the most fun you can have with your clothes on. Randy
  15. Randy Saint Eagle, SASS # 64903

    Spotters

    By all means, prior to the beep please let the shooter know if they are staging something in the wrong place. It could save a "Clean" Annual Match. Don't ask me how I know that! Randy
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