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PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

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  1. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC: Falling and dropped handguns.

    Without a penalty attached, a "rule" is only a "suggestion". If a shooter picks up a dropped firearm, s/he is liable for additional penalties regarding breaking the 170, as well as possibly sweeping others in doing so. Dropping an unloaded firearm (SDQ); then subsequently committing another SDQ offense = MDQ. The T/O is not subject to those penalties; which is one of the reasons for handling a dropped firearm in the proscribed manner. The amended verbiage (Goody's version) has been submitted for the next edit of the SHB (currently in progress).
  2. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WHAT'S THE CALL??

    If I was a drinkin' man, that woulda happened looonnng ago! (been sober since May 28th 1984)
  3. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    What would you do?

  4. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WHAT'S THE CALL??

    As suggested earlier in this thread, if that is a known issue, then other methods of communication should be arranged prior to the stage engagement.
  5. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC: Falling and dropped handguns.

    That is covered in the SHB on page 16.
  6. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC: Falling and dropped handguns.

    It would probably be easier to just change "is prohibited from" to "should not be allowed to".
  7. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WHAT'S THE CALL??

    Go back to page 5 (or start from the beginning)
  8. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Chicken $$$$

    Seen it & actually heard it recommended as a "fix" for a train wreck stage. Watched a shooter almost fall off a raised shooting platform when the T/O stepped out of his way. Timer Operator PUT HIS HAND ON THE SHOOTER to keep him from falling off...shooter wanted a reshoot for "interference".
  9. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC: Falling and dropped handguns.

    There is NO listed penalty. Do we want or need one? How about the SDQ for "unsafe firearm handling"...that would make 2 SDQs = a MDQ. ...or, if the T/O commanded the shooter to "STOP!" from picking it up = MDQ HMMMMM......?
  10. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC: Falling and dropped handguns.

    SHB p.16
  11. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WHAT'S THE CALL??

    NO...if the first round fired has not "gone downrange" (left the barrel), the shooter gets a RESTART. REF: SHB p.20
  12. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Chicken $$$$

    The application of the proper penalty (MATCH DQ) for doing so should be a sufficient deterrent.
  13. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WHAT'S THE CALL??

    That's another question that I'm going to have take to the ROC. Considering the procedures for handling a squib (SHB p.13/RO2 p.8), IF the squibbed bullet is cleared from the barrel by the next shot fired, the firearm is NOT "out of service"; as it would be if the shooter STOPPED (or was stopped by the T/O) immediately for a suspected squib. In that case (as with any revolver malfunction) the shooter would be allowed to reload the functional revolver to complete the stage. I will verify this.
  14. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WHAT'S THE CALL??

    I was referring to the OP and the Bordertown ruling in which there was no doubt that there was a squib. Those are the circumstances that were considered by the ROC when we agreed on the "MISS" call. On page 5, I also mentioned "...five´╗┐´╗┐ pages of "but, what if...?" conjecture; most of which COULD, most likely, be handled by applying "benefit of doubt" to the call."
  15. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WHAT'S THE CALL??

    From the OP: From the referenced earlier post (page 1)
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