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PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

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  1. SDQ Penalty Questions

    The "150 seconds" penalty is an EXAMPLE using a 10/10/4 round count. Changing the number of SG targets +/- or adding R/P reloads will change the total time for a SDQ.
  2. ANGLED CARTRIDGE LOOPS

    CONFIRMED by a consensus of the members of the ROC: The clarification allowing laterally-angled ammo loops on BELTS & SLIDES does NOT apply to BANDOLIERS. Thank you for asking, though!
  3. WTC for MSV

    SHB p.16
  4. ANGLED CARTRIDGE LOOPS

    How could saving ".00000135 of a second" possibly be of a competitive advantage to anyone, "gamer" or not? BTW - "Wrist bandoliers" are specifically listed as NOT ALLOWED. REF: SHB p.3
  5. ANGLED CARTRIDGE LOOPS

    You're welcome! You'd have to ask the shooters who've been using them for the past few years...I've been pulling ammo from vertical loops for 25+ years and have no reason to change at this point.
  6. Frontiersman - Long arms?

    Yes...it does: REF: SHB pp.7-8
  7. ANGLED CARTRIDGE LOOPS

    I'm thinking that the ROC would "draw the line" at that idea, since such a bandolier is not already in use (as in the case of angled loops on belts and slides)...but I'll pose the question to them.
  8. ANGLED CARTRIDGE LOOPS

    Loops on a bandolier are already angled laterally "as worn" (i.e. not oriented vertically)...what do you have in mind? The clarification applies to belts and slides...no reference to bandoliers.
  9. ANGLED CARTRIDGE LOOPS

    LATERALLY-ANGLED ... i.e. tilted to the SIDE, not OUT from the body e.g. /// \\\ \I/
  10. ANGLED CARTRIDGE LOOPS

    After considerable discussion, the combined WB/ROC has come to a final decision regarding the question as to the legality of "angled cartridge loops" on gun/ammo belts and slides: Laterally-angled cartridge loops on belts and ammo slides are LEGAL and ALLOWED for SASS competition use. This ruling rescinds all previous rulings and opinions. EDIT: The clarification allowing laterally-angled ammo loops on BELTS & SLIDES does NOT apply to BANDOLIERS.
  11. Cartridge loops

    After considerable discussion, the combined WB/ROC has come to a final decision regarding the question as to the legality of "angled cartridge loops" on gun/ammo belts and slides: Laterally-angled cartridge loops on belts and ammo slides are LEGAL and ALLOWED for SASS competition use. This ruling rescinds all previous rulings and opinions.
  12. Frontiersman - Long arms?

    SHB p.10 The shotgun regs rule out the 1897 pump...no additional restrictions regarding the model of rifle.
  13. Spotters - minimum age requirement?

    . 2019 SASSĀ® STATE ACTION SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT
  14. Ruling on leaving hulls in SG in hand..

    Fell free to kick the bones around!
  15. Ruling on leaving hulls in SG in hand..

    In a RARE stage situation with multiple split RIFLE shooting strings (as in a "shoot off" scenario) I would say that exception would apply: The shotgun rule does not contain that allowance: ibid
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