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  1. Hipshot SASS#7

    EOT Stages/Scenarios

    Clay: If you can open a Power Point presentation. I can send you the stages that way. Hipshot SASS#7
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    John Wayne guns

    Hi Redwood Kid: I happen to have a big loop lever you might be interested in. It came out of a Browning M 92. Might take some modification to make it work in a Winchester. Do you remember the John Wayne commemorative Colt's. Now, there is another expensive option. Hipshot The girls at SASS HQ can put you in touch with me.
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    SASS, The Early Days

    Frank Leaman was shooting short stroked Colts, but he was the only one. NO ONE was shooting light loads, you couldn't but any .38 bullets lighter than a 158 GR bullet that would feed in a rifle. A few folks used 148 GR wad cutters in their six-guns but not many. McCandless: Thanks for the memories.
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    How many SASS competitors are using original Colt SAA's?

    Just for the records, I am currently shooting Great Western IIs and have been since 2004. I shot Colts up until that time starting in the mid 1980s. I had my picture in the Colt Catalog twice in the 90's because Colt thought it was pretty interesting that I was competing with Colt's manufactured over a hundred years apart One made in 1875 and the other manufactured in 1981. I would still be shooting the Colt's, but the Great Westerns are much prettier and the Munden action jobs on them make them a dream to shoot. BTW: All my SAs are in .45 Colt Hope I didn't disappoint you Happy Jack.
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