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Hipshot SASS#7

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  1. .45ACP lever action

    Goatneck Clem has done a few of them for the Wild Bunch matches. He seems to like them.
  2. 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.
  3. Whose Gun Cart Was This?

    Hey Yul: I just got confirmation that Prairie Weet that she did the art work on the gun cart.
  4. Whose Gun Cart Was This?

    Quite possibly. I'll let you know when I hear back from her.
  5. Whose Gun Cart Was This?

    The cowboy on the horse is John Dwayne, a Bill Hahn original design. The initials PW don't ring a bell (except for Pale Wolf). I'll check with Prairie Weet and see if she remembers.
  6. After WR...California matches

    Allie: Yes, Coto De Caza was home to the first EoT, and where we were shooting when SASS was formed. The Cowboys were the first SASS club to be formed (although they were first called the Coto Cowboys)
  7. Whose Gun Cart Was This?

    The art work had to have been done by Bill Hahn.
  8. Tannerite :-) or Tannerwrong :-( ?

    I have to interject a correction here. END of TRAIL has used exploding targets for the final crossover stop targets in the Top Gun Shootoff for several years, but it's NOT Tannerite. We used Sure Shot Exploding Targets. Hipshot SASS#7
  9. 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.