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PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

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About PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

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    2495-P
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    OOWSS, Umpqua Regulators, Siuslaw River Rangers, RUCAS, Jefferson State Regulators, Klamath Cowboys, Wolverton Mt. Peacekeepers, Molalla River Rangers

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  1. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Garbage on here....humor

  2. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Legally Acquired Ammo

    SHB pp. 26-27 The "legal"/approved methods for carrying ammo for stage reloads is in the SHB pp. 3-4 The definition of "Illegally acquired ammunition" is in page 43 of the SHB SASS SHOOTERS HANDBOOK
  3. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    SPF Bone hair pipe chest piece.

    If I'da knowed you wanted one, I coulda made one for ya!
  4. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    1887 Shotguns and FL brass shells

    That's allowed if written into the stage instructions. Depends on stage instructions...NOT a common practice. SHB p.26
  5. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC - Multi-chamber ignition

    In that case, the shooter had failed to take the necessary precautions to prevent "flash over" when loading the revolvers. It was the shooter's "brain fade" that contributed to the multiple discharge. There was NO DOUBT that the projectiles struck the target in a manner contrary to the stage instructions. = PROCEDURAL
  6. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC - Multi-chamber ignition

    "If there is no doubt, there is no benefit." Contrary statements from one of the "line ROs" who are certain that the shooter did NOT commit a procedural error should be taken into consideration & would be an example of "doubt". ...PROVIDED that they were in a position to observe and paying attention. "I don't know for sure" or "I didn't see it" would NOT provide "BOD" to a situation in which one or more are sure that the violation occurred. The T/O should also verify that the "order of engagement" was not an allowed option under the stage instructions. (e.g. a shooter shoots the stage in a manner different from everyone else, but in a way that was allowed by the stage instructions; an RO calls a "P", being unaware of that method/order of engagement).
  7. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    EoT posts from Misty, for those who aren't on FB

    I'm pretty sure it IS. MW Learner's Dictionary Cambridge Dictionary The Free Dictionary dictionary.com ... etc.
  8. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Quick Pietta SA question

    The GWIIs and Charles Dalys in my safe do.
  9. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    WTC - Multi-chamber ignition

    Not necessarily. I saw a 2-shot "chain fire" in which both balls hit the same target (freshly painted, first shooter on the stage). As in the OP, the order was a "sweep"...shooter got a "P" for the DT.
  10. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Rifle Grip

    Here are a few examples of tacked stocks:
  11. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Rifle Grip

  12. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Rifle Grip

    I don't believe anyone was offended by your inquiry.
  13. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    So looking forward to first match since my bike crash

    Was wonderin' what might have kept ya home today. I drove to Canby with a package to be delivered to Florence tomorrow, but didn't shoot. (still recovering from shooting "True Grit" down in Roseburg last weekend) Git mo' betta!
  14. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Rifle Grip

    There used to be links on the forum headers Now there are "pinned" posts on the SASS FAQ forum with links to the SASS HOME page ( https://www.sassnet.com/ ) and the SASS HANDBOOKS page ( https://www.sassnet.com/Shooters-Handbook-001A.php ) (Thanks Pat Riot!)
  15. PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L

    Rifle Grip

    I've pretty much given up suggesting THAT! (too many folks becoming "self-offended" at the sight of commonly used acronyms that have variable interpretations) Although it is disappointing when TGs and RO Instructors post WRONG information/answers on the Wires and on FB without bothering to verify. As far as "hot links" ...not that I know of...I can link to the SHB pdf (complete document), but not directly to specific pages. Quick find is to open the SHB then "search" (Ctrl F) for the page number, scroll down to the actual page (first ref(s) will be page #s in the index); then actually READ the pertinent section. The other option is to "cut & paste" the applicable text: SHB p.32
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