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    STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards,
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      STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

      SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
      local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
      Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
      light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
      have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
      their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
      shout "You better think real hard about this.."

      SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
      at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
      P1,P1,P2,P2,P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
      dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
      R1,R2,R3,R4,R1,R2,R3,R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
      through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
      S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
      Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
      CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
      FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
      SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
      TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
      GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
      READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
      KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
      CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
      A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
      DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
      MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
      DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29































      STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

      SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
      from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
      treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
      drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
      with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
      your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
      shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

      SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
      on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
      R1,R1,R2,R2,R3,R3,R4,R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
      number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2,P1 then
      holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
      pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2,P3 then holster. Failure to holster
      both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
      scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
      S1,S2,S1,S2,S1,S2.
      Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
      KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
      DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
      DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
      FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
      CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
      SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
      TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
      GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
      READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
      A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
      CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
      MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50































      STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

      SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
      you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
      underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
      the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
      thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
      your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
      the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
      your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

      SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
      at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
      number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3,P2. Get your other
      six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3,P3,P3. Next grab
      your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3,R1,R4,R2,R3 then
      load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
      stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1,S2,S1,S2,S1. Now get dressed and dump their
      carcasses in the creek to rot.

















      Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
      CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
      DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
      GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
      SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
      DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
      FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
      KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
      TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
      CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
      A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
      MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77












      Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
      Juneau Gold Miners Posse

      Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
      Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

      Howdy All,

      We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
      pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
      the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
      up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
      between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
      Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
      ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
      shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
      Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
      and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
      real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
      awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
      properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
      Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
      easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
      finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
      tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!



      Match Ratings
      Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
      1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
      2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
      3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
      4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
      5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
      6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
      7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
      8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
      9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
      10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
      11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
      *Only Shot 2 Stages
      READY BULLION 73.24 73.93
    • Arthur E. Pilot, Jr.
      Sounds like you guys are keepin the fun meter peaked. Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin . Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum
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        Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
        Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

        To: juneaugoldminersposse@yahoogroups.com
        From: buckskin_john@...
        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
        Subject: [juneaugoldminersposse] nice work Tongas Twister

        STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

        SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
        local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
        Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
        light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
        have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
        their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
        shout "You better think real hard about this.."

        SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
        at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
        P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
        dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
        R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
        through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
        S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
        Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
        CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
        FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
        SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
        TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
        GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
        READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
        KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
        CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
        A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
        DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
        MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
        DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

        STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

        SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
        from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
        treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
        drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
        with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
        your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
        shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

        SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
        on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
        R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
        number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
        holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
        pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
        both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
        scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
        S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
        Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
        KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
        DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
        DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
        FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
        CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
        SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
        TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
        GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
        READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
        A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
        CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
        MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

        STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

        SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
        you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
        underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
        the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
        thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
        your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
        the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
        your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

        SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
        at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
        number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
        six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
        your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
        load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
        stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
        carcasses in the creek to rot.

        Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
        CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
        DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
        GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
        SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
        DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
        FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
        KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
        TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
        CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
        A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
        MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

        Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
        Juneau Gold Miners Posse

        Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
        Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

        Howdy All,

        We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
        pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
        the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
        up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
        between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
        Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
        ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
        shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
        Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
        and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
        real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
        awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
        properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
        Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
        easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
        finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
        tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

        Match Ratings
        Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
        1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
        2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
        3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
        4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
        5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
        6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
        7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
        8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
        9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
        10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
        11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
        *Only Shot 2 Stages
        READY BULLION 73.24 73.93


      • Greg Scott
        OK CW - so s you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new locals . Now - tell us how you matched against them. JJ PS - For the last couple of
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          OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
           
          Now - tell us how you matched against them.
           
          JJ
           
          PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
           


          "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@...> wrote:
          Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
          Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

          To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
          From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
          Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
          Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

          STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

          SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
          local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
          Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
          light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
          have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
          their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
          shout "You better think real hard about this.."

          SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
          at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
          P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
          dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
          R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
          through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
          S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
          Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
          CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
          FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
          SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
          TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
          GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
          READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
          KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
          CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
          A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
          DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
          MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
          DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

          STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

          SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
          from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
          treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
          drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
          with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
          your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
          shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

          SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
          on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
          R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
          number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
          holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
          pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
          both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
          scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
          S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
          Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
          KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
          DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
          DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
          FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
          CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
          SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
          TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
          GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
          READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
          A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
          CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
          MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

          STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

          SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
          you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
          underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
          the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
          thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
          your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
          the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
          your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

          SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
          at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
          number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
          six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
          your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
          load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
          stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
          carcasses in the creek to rot.

          Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
          CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
          DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
          GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
          SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
          DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
          FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
          KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
          TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
          CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
          A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
          MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

          Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
          Juneau Gold Miners Posse

          Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
          Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

          Howdy All,

          We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
          pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
          the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
          up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
          between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
          Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
          ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
          shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
          Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
          and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
          real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
          awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
          properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
          Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
          easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
          finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
          tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

          Match Ratings
          Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
          1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
          2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
          3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
          4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
          5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
          6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
          7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
          8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
          9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
          10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
          11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
          *Only Shot 2 Stages
          READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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        • Arthur E. Pilot, Jr.
          JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far. One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away. I have also been sharing rides
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              JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far.  One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away.  I have also been sharing rides with a couple of cowboys from the Fairview club up to Bowling Green. KY (about 2 hrs each way).  Each place runs 5 stages without moving steel.  The Fairview is on a new range (one of the members loaned them 140 acres) this year and is just getting some props set up.  They make some improvement each month.  They have designated floks that set up each stage each month.  No place here that I have shot passes out the stages to each shooter so ya have to listen when they do the walk thru.  The Fairview club has a web site http://cowboyregulators.com/default.aspx I think that will get you there.  The Bowling Green shoot is at a range but they do not have an organized Cowboy club yet.  I have also shot with the Kentucky Regulators a couple of times but they are a 105 mile freeway drive each way.  They have a web site also I just don't have it at hand.  They also have some real dedicated shooters.  How is your thumb doing?  Best wishes, stay safe and shoot straight.  C-U, C.W.
            Nobody has hot food either!!

            To: juneaugoldminersposse@yahoogroups.com
            From: jj50325@...
            Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:09:33 -0700
            Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminersposse] nice work Tongas Twister

             
            OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
             
            Now - tell us how you matched against them.
             
            JJ
             
            PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
             


            "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
            Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
            Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

            To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
            From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
            Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
            Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

            STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

            SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
            local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
            Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
            light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
            have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
            their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
            shout "You better think real hard about this.."

            SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
            at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
            P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
            dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
            R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
            through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
            S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
            Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
            CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
            FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
            SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
            TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
            GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
            READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
            KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
            CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
            A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
            DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
            MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
            DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

            STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

            SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
            from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
            treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
            drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
            with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
            your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
            shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

            SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
            on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
            R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
            number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
            holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
            pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
            both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
            scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
            S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
            Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
            KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
            DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
            DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
            FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
            CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
            SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
            TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
            GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
            READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
            A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
            CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
            MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

            STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

            SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
            you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
            underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
            the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
            thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
            your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
            the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
            your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

            SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
            at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
            number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
            six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
            your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
            load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
            stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
            carcasses in the creek to rot.

            Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
            CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
            DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
            GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
            SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
            DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
            FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
            KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
            TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
            CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
            A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
            MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

            Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
            Juneau Gold Miners Posse

            Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
            Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

            Howdy All,

            We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
            pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
            the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
            up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
            between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
            Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
            ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
            shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
            Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
            and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
            real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
            awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
            properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
            Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
            easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
            finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
            tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

            Match Ratings
            Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
            1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
            2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
            3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
            4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
            5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
            6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
            7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
            8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
            9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
            10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
            11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
            *Only Shot 2 Stages
            READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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          • Greg Scott
            Hey CW good to hear from you. was just in checking out to camping world to see if they sell heat tape for RV s. I was down to Bridgeport CA (65 miles south of
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              Hey CW
               
              good to hear from you. was just in checking out to camping world to see if they sell heat tape for RV's. I was down to Bridgeport CA (65 miles south of Minden) last weekend and it got down to '1'  yes '1'  degree saturday night. days were in the high 60's/low 70's. I was talking to K. George today and told him that I did fairly well. I placed 2nd overall. one of the locals (Reno) out matched me. he is fast, accurate and 20 years my junior.
               
               I looked up the clubs you mentioned and it looks like you hold your own. your scores are great - congratulations!! as with you, none of the local clubs post their stages. they are read and you shoot. after awhile it gets easy to quickly memorize them.
               
              as do you, I also have a few local clubs (High Plains Drifters/Fernley NV, Roop County Shooters/Sparks NV (range is about 30 miles north of Reno) Silver State Shootist/Carson City adn the Bridgeport Vigilanties/Bridgeport CA) which I have the privledge of being able to shoot. three are an 1.25 - 1.5 hours drive from my place. one of them is a short 35 minutes. there is something going on 3 weekends of each month. If anyone is interested in scores, check out http://nevadacas.com/ and check the scores and pictures for the northern nevada clubs. there are also some more pictures of all the clubs under this URL:  http://nevadacas.com/katescorner.htm .
               
              just like the Juneau weather, the temperture here is slowily going south. I used to think it got cold in SE Alaska. when the wind blows across the desert, whether the sun is out or not, holy crap it gets darn right cold. we are tough cuses though, no stinkin' heaters for us!!!! we are real cowboys!!
               
              you asked how my thumb is doing. surgury went well last june. I now have a slight divit in my left thumb which is barely noticeable. I have found out when my hand gets fatigued, most of the thumb gets numb. the cancer I have is very rare and still floats around in me. the last set of blood work I had done still indicated there is cancer in me somewhere. I have had regular CT scans and nuclear CT scans. nothing shows up in the scans, just in the blood work. to date the State of AK and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have spent a little over $41K on me. the oncologist and I are on a first name basis.I constantly thank the Lord for health insurance.  someday it may strike again. until that day (and even after that day), each day that the good Lord allows my to wake up is always the best day of my life.
               
              now must get back to work. still have some work to do on the RV before the weekend. the Silver State Shootists is hosting a buffalo shoot. targets are posted at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards. by the way Gold Miner Posse guys, I believe the range also goes to 400 yards. you also could be doing long range shoots.
               
              now 'Happy Trails to you until we meet again'
               
              JJ
               


              "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@...> wrote:
                JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far.  One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away.  I have also been sharing rides with a couple of cowboys from the Fairview club up to Bowling Green. KY (about 2 hrs each way).  Each place runs 5 stages without moving steel.  The Fairview is on a new range (one of the members loaned them 140 acres) this year and is just getting some props set up.  They make some improvement each month.  They have designated floks that set up each stage each month.  No place here that I have shot passes out the stages to each shooter so ya have to listen when they do the walk thru.  The Fairview club has a web site http://cowboyregula tors.com/ default.aspx I think that will get you there.  The Bowling Green shoot is at a range but they do not have an organized Cowboy club yet.  I have also shot with the Kentucky Regulators a couple of times but they are a 105 mile freeway drive each way.  They have a web site also I just don't have it at hand.  They also have some real dedicated shooters.  How is your thumb doing?  Best wishes, stay safe and shoot straight.  C-U, C.W.
              Nobody has hot food either!!

              To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
              From: jj50325@yahoo. com
              Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:09:33 -0700
              Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

               
              OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
               
              Now - tell us how you matched against them.
               
              JJ
               
              PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
               


              "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
              Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
              Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

              To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
              From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
              Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
              Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

              STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

              SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
              local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
              Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
              light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
              have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
              their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
              shout "You better think real hard about this.."

              SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
              at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
              P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
              dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
              R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
              through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
              S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
              Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
              CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
              FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
              SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
              TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
              GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
              READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
              KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
              CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
              A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
              DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
              MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
              DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

              STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

              SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
              from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
              treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
              drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
              with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
              your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
              shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

              SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
              on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
              R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
              number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
              holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
              pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
              both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
              scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
              S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
              Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
              KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
              DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
              DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
              FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
              CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
              SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
              TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
              GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
              READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
              A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
              CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
              MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

              STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

              SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
              you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
              underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
              the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
              thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
              your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
              the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
              your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

              SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
              at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
              number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
              six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
              your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
              load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
              stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
              carcasses in the creek to rot.

              Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
              CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
              DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
              GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
              SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
              DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
              FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
              KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
              TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
              CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
              A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
              MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

              Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
              Juneau Gold Miners Posse

              Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
              Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

              Howdy All,

              We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
              pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
              the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
              up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
              between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
              Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
              ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
              shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
              Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
              and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
              real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
              awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
              properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
              Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
              easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
              finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
              tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

              Match Ratings
              Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
              1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
              2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
              3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
              4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
              5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
              6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
              7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
              8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
              9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
              10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
              11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
              *Only Shot 2 Stages
              READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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            • Arthur E. Pilot, Jr.
              Second try, I don t know where my last reply went. Great news about your operation. Did you talk the Dr. into shaping the divit in your thumb to match your
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                 Second try, I don't know where my last reply went.  Great news about your operation.  Did you talk the Dr. into shaping the divit in your thumb to match your hammer spur?  Kinda like gettin the same grip each time.  Sounds like your shooting is going well also.  It is nice to shoot more than once a month.  I still haven't found a way to really pratice, been working on the house every week.  We have about got it but still have boxes in the up stairs.  Hope that we can shoot together again someday.  1 degree in Sunny Nevada, Wow!! I think that you might need two space heaters in your big O covered wagon.  Best of luck, C-U, C.W.

                To: juneaugoldminersposse@yahoogroups.com
                From: jj50325@...
                Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 15:19:42 -0700
                Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminersposse] nice work Tongas Twister

                 
                Hey CW
                 
                good to hear from you. was just in checking out to camping world to see if they sell heat tape for RV's. I was down to Bridgeport CA (65 miles south of Minden) last weekend and it got down to '1'  yes '1'  degree saturday night. days were in the high 60's/low 70's. I was talking to K. George today and told him that I did fairly well. I placed 2nd overall. one of the locals (Reno) out matched me. he is fast, accurate and 20 years my junior.
                 
                 I looked up the clubs you mentioned and it looks like you hold your own. your scores are great - congratulations! ! as with you, none of the local clubs post their stages. they are read and you shoot. after awhile it gets easy to quickly memorize them.
                 
                as do you, I also have a few local clubs (High Plains Drifters/Fernley NV, Roop County Shooters/Sparks NV (range is about 30 miles north of Reno) Silver State Shootist/Carson City adn the Bridgeport Vigilanties/ Bridgeport CA) which I have the privledge of being able to shoot. three are an 1.25 - 1.5 hours drive from my place. one of them is a short 35 minutes. there is something going on 3 weekends of each month. If anyone is interested in scores, check out http://nevadacas. com/ and check the scores and pictures for the northern nevada clubs. there are also some more pictures of all the clubs under this URL:  http://nevadacas. com/katescorner. htm .
                 
                just like the Juneau weather, the temperture here is slowily going south. I used to think it got cold in SE Alaska. when the wind blows across the desert, whether the sun is out or not, holy crap it gets darn right cold. we are tough cuses though, no stinkin' heaters for us!!!! we are real cowboys!!
                 
                you asked how my thumb is doing. surgury went well last june. I now have a slight divit in my left thumb which is barely noticeable. I have found out when my hand gets fatigued, most of the thumb gets numb. the cancer I have is very rare and still floats around in me. the last set of blood work I had done still indicated there is cancer in me somewhere. I have had regular CT scans and nuclear CT scans. nothing shows up in the scans, just in the blood work. to date the State of AK and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have spent a little over $41K on me. the oncologist and I are on a first name basis.I constantly thank the Lord for health insurance.  someday it may strike again. until that day (and even after that day), each day that the good Lord allows my to wake up is always the best day of my life.
                 
                now must get back to work. still have some work to do on the RV before the weekend. the Silver State Shootists is hosting a buffalo shoot. targets are posted at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards. by the way Gold Miner Posse guys, I believe the range also goes to 400 yards. you also could be doing long range shoots.
                 
                now 'Happy Trails to you until we meet again'
                 
                JJ
                 


                "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                  JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far.  One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away.  I have also been sharing rides with a couple of cowboys from the Fairview club up to Bowling Green. KY (about 2 hrs each way).  Each place runs 5 stages without moving steel.  The Fairview is on a new range (one of the members loaned them 140 acres) this year and is just getting some props set up.  They make some improvement each month.  They have designated floks that set up each stage each month.  No place here that I have shot passes out the stages to each shooter so ya have to listen when they do the walk thru.  The Fairview club has a web site http://cowboyregula tors.com/ default.aspx I think that will get you there.  The Bowling Green shoot is at a range but they do not have an organized Cowboy club yet.  I have also shot with the Kentucky Regulators a couple of times but they are a 105 mile freeway drive each way.  They have a web site also I just don't have it at hand.  They also have some real dedicated shooters.  How is your thumb doing?  Best wishes, stay safe and shoot straight.  C-U, C.W.
                Nobody has hot food either!!

                To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:09:33 -0700
                Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                 
                OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
                 
                Now - tell us how you matched against them.
                 
                JJ
                 
                PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
                 


                "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
                Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

                To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
                Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
                Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

                SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
                local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
                Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
                light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
                have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
                their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
                shout "You better think real hard about this.."

                SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
                at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
                P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
                dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
                R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
                through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
                S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
                Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
                CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
                FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
                SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
                TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
                GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
                READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
                KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
                CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
                A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
                DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
                MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
                DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

                STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

                SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
                from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
                treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
                drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
                with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
                your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
                shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

                SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
                on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
                R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
                number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
                holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
                pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
                both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
                scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
                S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
                Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
                DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
                DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
                FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
                CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
                SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
                TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
                GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
                READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
                A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
                CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
                MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

                STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

                SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
                you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
                underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
                the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
                thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
                your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
                the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
                your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

                SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
                at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
                number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
                six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
                your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
                load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
                stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
                carcasses in the creek to rot.

                Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
                DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
                GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
                SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
                DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
                FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
                KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
                TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
                CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
                A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
                MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

                Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
                Juneau Gold Miners Posse

                Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
                Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

                Howdy All,

                We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
                pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
                the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
                up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
                between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
                Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
                ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
                shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
                Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
                and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
                real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
                awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
                properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
                Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
                easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
                finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
                tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

                Match Ratings
                Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
                1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
                2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
                3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
                4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
                5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
                6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
                7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
                8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
                9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
                10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
                11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
                *Only Shot 2 Stages
                READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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              • Arthur E. Pilot, Jr.
                JJ I just remembered Linda & I will be in the Reno area for the SCI Convention the end of Jan 08. Do you guys shoot in the winter? To:
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                    JJ I just remembered Linda & I will be in the Reno area for the SCI Convention the end of Jan 08.  Do you guys shoot in the winter? 


                  To: juneaugoldminersposse@yahoogroups.com
                  From: jj50325@...
                  Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 15:19:42 -0700
                  Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminersposse] nice work Tongas Twister

                   
                  Hey CW
                   
                  good to hear from you. was just in checking out to camping world to see if they sell heat tape for RV's. I was down to Bridgeport CA (65 miles south of Minden) last weekend and it got down to '1'  yes '1'  degree saturday night. days were in the high 60's/low 70's. I was talking to K. George today and told him that I did fairly well. I placed 2nd overall. one of the locals (Reno) out matched me. he is fast, accurate and 20 years my junior.
                   
                   I looked up the clubs you mentioned and it looks like you hold your own. your scores are great - congratulations! ! as with you, none of the local clubs post their stages. they are read and you shoot. after awhile it gets easy to quickly memorize them.
                   
                  as do you, I also have a few local clubs (High Plains Drifters/Fernley NV, Roop County Shooters/Sparks NV (range is about 30 miles north of Reno) Silver State Shootist/Carson City adn the Bridgeport Vigilanties/ Bridgeport CA) which I have the privledge of being able to shoot. three are an 1.25 - 1.5 hours drive from my place. one of them is a short 35 minutes. there is something going on 3 weekends of each month. If anyone is interested in scores, check out http://nevadacas. com/ and check the scores and pictures for the northern nevada clubs. there are also some more pictures of all the clubs under this URL:  http://nevadacas. com/katescorner. htm .
                   
                  just like the Juneau weather, the temperture here is slowily going south. I used to think it got cold in SE Alaska. when the wind blows across the desert, whether the sun is out or not, holy crap it gets darn right cold. we are tough cuses though, no stinkin' heaters for us!!!! we are real cowboys!!
                   
                  you asked how my thumb is doing. surgury went well last june. I now have a slight divit in my left thumb which is barely noticeable. I have found out when my hand gets fatigued, most of the thumb gets numb. the cancer I have is very rare and still floats around in me. the last set of blood work I had done still indicated there is cancer in me somewhere. I have had regular CT scans and nuclear CT scans. nothing shows up in the scans, just in the blood work. to date the State of AK and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have spent a little over $41K on me. the oncologist and I are on a first name basis.I constantly thank the Lord for health insurance.  someday it may strike again. until that day (and even after that day), each day that the good Lord allows my to wake up is always the best day of my life.
                   
                  now must get back to work. still have some work to do on the RV before the weekend. the Silver State Shootists is hosting a buffalo shoot. targets are posted at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards. by the way Gold Miner Posse guys, I believe the range also goes to 400 yards. you also could be doing long range shoots.
                   
                  now 'Happy Trails to you until we meet again'
                   
                  JJ
                   


                  "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                    JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far.  One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away.  I have also been sharing rides with a couple of cowboys from the Fairview club up to Bowling Green. KY (about 2 hrs each way).  Each place runs 5 stages without moving steel.  The Fairview is on a new range (one of the members loaned them 140 acres) this year and is just getting some props set up.  They make some improvement each month.  They have designated floks that set up each stage each month.  No place here that I have shot passes out the stages to each shooter so ya have to listen when they do the walk thru.  The Fairview club has a web site http://cowboyregula tors.com/ default.aspx I think that will get you there.  The Bowling Green shoot is at a range but they do not have an organized Cowboy club yet.  I have also shot with the Kentucky Regulators a couple of times but they are a 105 mile freeway drive each way.  They have a web site also I just don't have it at hand.  They also have some real dedicated shooters.  How is your thumb doing?  Best wishes, stay safe and shoot straight.  C-U, C.W.
                  Nobody has hot food either!!

                  To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                  From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                  Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:09:33 -0700
                  Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                   
                  OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
                   
                  Now - tell us how you matched against them.
                   
                  JJ
                   
                  PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
                   


                  "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                  Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
                  Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

                  To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                  From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
                  Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
                  Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                  STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

                  SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
                  local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
                  Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
                  light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
                  have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
                  their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
                  shout "You better think real hard about this.."

                  SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
                  at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
                  P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
                  dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
                  R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
                  through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
                  S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
                  Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
                  CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
                  FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
                  SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
                  TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
                  GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
                  READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
                  KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
                  CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
                  A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
                  DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
                  MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
                  DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

                  STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

                  SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
                  from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
                  treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
                  drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
                  with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
                  your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
                  shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

                  SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
                  on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
                  R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
                  number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
                  holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
                  pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
                  both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
                  scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
                  S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
                  Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                  KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
                  DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
                  DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
                  FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
                  CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
                  SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
                  TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
                  GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
                  READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
                  A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
                  CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
                  MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

                  STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

                  SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
                  you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
                  underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
                  the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
                  thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
                  your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
                  the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
                  your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

                  SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
                  at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
                  number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
                  six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
                  your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
                  load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
                  stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
                  carcasses in the creek to rot.

                  Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                  CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
                  DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
                  GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
                  SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
                  DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
                  FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
                  KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
                  TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
                  CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
                  A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
                  MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

                  Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
                  Juneau Gold Miners Posse

                  Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
                  Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

                  Howdy All,

                  We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
                  pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
                  the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
                  up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
                  between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
                  Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
                  ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
                  shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
                  Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
                  and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
                  real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
                  awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
                  properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
                  Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
                  easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
                  finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
                  tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

                  Match Ratings
                  Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
                  1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
                  2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
                  3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
                  4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
                  5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
                  6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
                  7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
                  8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
                  9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
                  10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
                  11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
                  *Only Shot 2 Stages
                  READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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                • Greg Scott
                  CW This is somewhat amazing, but this email just came through last night. If you and Linda are in the Reno, there are places to shoot all year round. on the
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                    CW
                     
                    This is somewhat amazing, but this email just came through last night.
                     
                    If you and Linda are in the Reno, there are places to shoot all year round. on the 6th there is a shoot in Fernley and if here on the 13th there is a shoot at Roop. both are located about 30 miles or less from Reno. Since I go to both places, I can arrange to pick you up.
                     
                    Even if you can not make on of the matches, Sue and I, if the two of you are available, would enjoy you company for a short evening at dinner or lunch. We would enjoy hearing how the two of you are progressing through your new retirement.
                     
                    let me know what your schedule is.
                     
                    again, sorry about being so late in answering this email. it really did just come through last night.
                     
                    JJ
                     
                     
                     


                    "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@...> wrote:
                      JJ I just remembered Linda & I will be in the Reno area for the SCI Convention the end of Jan 08.  Do you guys shoot in the winter? 


                    To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                    From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                    Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 15:19:42 -0700
                    Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                     
                    Hey CW
                     
                    good to hear from you. was just in checking out to camping world to see if they sell heat tape for RV's. I was down to Bridgeport CA (65 miles south of Minden) last weekend and it got down to '1'  yes '1'  degree saturday night. days were in the high 60's/low 70's. I was talking to K. George today and told him that I did fairly well. I placed 2nd overall. one of the locals (Reno) out matched me. he is fast, accurate and 20 years my junior.
                     
                     I looked up the clubs you mentioned and it looks like you hold your own. your scores are great - congratulations! ! as with you, none of the local clubs post their stages. they are read and you shoot. after awhile it gets easy to quickly memorize them.
                     
                    as do you, I also have a few local clubs (High Plains Drifters/Fernley NV, Roop County Shooters/Sparks NV (range is about 30 miles north of Reno) Silver State Shootist/Carson City adn the Bridgeport Vigilanties/ Bridgeport CA) which I have the privledge of being able to shoot. three are an 1.25 - 1.5 hours drive from my place. one of them is a short 35 minutes. there is something going on 3 weekends of each month. If anyone is interested in scores, check out http://nevadacas. com/ and check the scores and pictures for the northern nevada clubs. there are also some more pictures of all the clubs under this URL:  http://nevadacas. com/katescorner. htm .
                     
                    just like the Juneau weather, the temperture here is slowily going south. I used to think it got cold in SE Alaska. when the wind blows across the desert, whether the sun is out or not, holy crap it gets darn right cold. we are tough cuses though, no stinkin' heaters for us!!!! we are real cowboys!!
                     
                    you asked how my thumb is doing. surgury went well last june. I now have a slight divit in my left thumb which is barely noticeable. I have found out when my hand gets fatigued, most of the thumb gets numb. the cancer I have is very rare and still floats around in me. the last set of blood work I had done still indicated there is cancer in me somewhere. I have had regular CT scans and nuclear CT scans. nothing shows up in the scans, just in the blood work. to date the State of AK and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have spent a little over $41K on me. the oncologist and I are on a first name basis.I constantly thank the Lord for health insurance.  someday it may strike again. until that day (and even after that day), each day that the good Lord allows my to wake up is always the best day of my life.
                     
                    now must get back to work. still have some work to do on the RV before the weekend. the Silver State Shootists is hosting a buffalo shoot. targets are posted at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards. by the way Gold Miner Posse guys, I believe the range also goes to 400 yards. you also could be doing long range shoots.
                     
                    now 'Happy Trails to you until we meet again'
                     
                    JJ
                     


                    "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                      JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far.  One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away.  I have also been sharing rides with a couple of cowboys from the Fairview club up to Bowling Green. KY (about 2 hrs each way).  Each place runs 5 stages without moving steel.  The Fairview is on a new range (one of the members loaned them 140 acres) this year and is just getting some props set up.  They make some improvement each month.  They have designated floks that set up each stage each month.  No place here that I have shot passes out the stages to each shooter so ya have to listen when they do the walk thru.  The Fairview club has a web site http://cowboyregula tors.com/ default.aspx I think that will get you there.  The Bowling Green shoot is at a range but they do not have an organized Cowboy club yet.  I have also shot with the Kentucky Regulators a couple of times but they are a 105 mile freeway drive each way.  They have a web site also I just don't have it at hand.  They also have some real dedicated shooters.  How is your thumb doing?  Best wishes, stay safe and shoot straight.  C-U, C.W.
                    Nobody has hot food either!!

                    To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                    From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                    Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:09:33 -0700
                    Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                     
                    OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
                     
                    Now - tell us how you matched against them.
                     
                    JJ
                     
                    PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
                     


                    "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                    Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
                    Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

                    To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                    From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
                    Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
                    Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                    STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

                    SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
                    local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
                    Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
                    light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
                    have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
                    their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
                    shout "You better think real hard about this.."

                    SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
                    at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
                    P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
                    dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
                    R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
                    through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
                    S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
                    Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
                    CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
                    FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
                    SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
                    TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
                    GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
                    READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
                    KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
                    CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
                    A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
                    DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
                    MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
                    DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

                    STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

                    SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
                    from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
                    treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
                    drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
                    with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
                    your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
                    shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

                    SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
                    on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
                    R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
                    number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
                    holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
                    pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
                    both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
                    scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
                    S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
                    Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                    KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
                    DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
                    DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
                    FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
                    CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
                    SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
                    TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
                    GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
                    READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
                    A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
                    CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
                    MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

                    STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

                    SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
                    you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
                    underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
                    the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
                    thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
                    your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
                    the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
                    your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

                    SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
                    at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
                    number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
                    six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
                    your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
                    load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
                    stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
                    carcasses in the creek to rot.

                    Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                    CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
                    DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
                    GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
                    SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
                    DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
                    FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
                    KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
                    TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
                    CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
                    A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
                    MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

                    Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
                    Juneau Gold Miners Posse

                    Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
                    Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

                    Howdy All,

                    We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
                    pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
                    the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
                    up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
                    between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
                    Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
                    ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
                    shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
                    Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
                    and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
                    real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
                    awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
                    properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
                    Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
                    easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
                    finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
                    tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

                    Match Ratings
                    Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
                    1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
                    2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
                    3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
                    4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
                    5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
                    6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
                    7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
                    8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
                    9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
                    10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
                    11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
                    *Only Shot 2 Stages
                    READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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                    CW This is somewhat amazing, but this email just came through last night. If you and Linda are in the Reno, there are places to shoot all year round. on the
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                      CW
                       
                      This is somewhat amazing, but this email just came through last night.
                       
                      If you and Linda are in the Reno, there are places to shoot all year round. on the 6th there is a shoot in Fernley and if here on the 13th there is a shoot at Roop. both are located about 30 miles or less from Reno. Since I go to both places, I can arrange to pick you up.
                       
                      Even if you can not make on of the matches, Sue and I, if the two of you are available, would enjoy you company for a short evening at dinner or lunch. We would enjoy hearing how the two of you are progressing through your new retirement.
                       
                      let me know what your schedule is.
                       
                      again, sorry about being so late in answering this email. it really did just come through last night.
                       
                      JJ
                       
                       
                       


                      "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@...> wrote:
                        JJ I just remembered Linda & I will be in the Reno area for the SCI Convention the end of Jan 08.  Do you guys shoot in the winter? 


                      To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                      From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                      Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 15:19:42 -0700
                      Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                       
                      Hey CW
                       
                      good to hear from you. was just in checking out to camping world to see if they sell heat tape for RV's. I was down to Bridgeport CA (65 miles south of Minden) last weekend and it got down to '1'  yes '1'  degree saturday night. days were in the high 60's/low 70's. I was talking to K. George today and told him that I did fairly well. I placed 2nd overall. one of the locals (Reno) out matched me. he is fast, accurate and 20 years my junior.
                       
                       I looked up the clubs you mentioned and it looks like you hold your own. your scores are great - congratulations! ! as with you, none of the local clubs post their stages. they are read and you shoot. after awhile it gets easy to quickly memorize them.
                       
                      as do you, I also have a few local clubs (High Plains Drifters/Fernley NV, Roop County Shooters/Sparks NV (range is about 30 miles north of Reno) Silver State Shootist/Carson City adn the Bridgeport Vigilanties/ Bridgeport CA) which I have the privledge of being able to shoot. three are an 1.25 - 1.5 hours drive from my place. one of them is a short 35 minutes. there is something going on 3 weekends of each month. If anyone is interested in scores, check out http://nevadacas. com/ and check the scores and pictures for the northern nevada clubs. there are also some more pictures of all the clubs under this URL:  http://nevadacas. com/katescorner. htm .
                       
                      just like the Juneau weather, the temperture here is slowily going south. I used to think it got cold in SE Alaska. when the wind blows across the desert, whether the sun is out or not, holy crap it gets darn right cold. we are tough cuses though, no stinkin' heaters for us!!!! we are real cowboys!!
                       
                      you asked how my thumb is doing. surgury went well last june. I now have a slight divit in my left thumb which is barely noticeable. I have found out when my hand gets fatigued, most of the thumb gets numb. the cancer I have is very rare and still floats around in me. the last set of blood work I had done still indicated there is cancer in me somewhere. I have had regular CT scans and nuclear CT scans. nothing shows up in the scans, just in the blood work. to date the State of AK and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have spent a little over $41K on me. the oncologist and I are on a first name basis.I constantly thank the Lord for health insurance.  someday it may strike again. until that day (and even after that day), each day that the good Lord allows my to wake up is always the best day of my life.
                       
                      now must get back to work. still have some work to do on the RV before the weekend. the Silver State Shootists is hosting a buffalo shoot. targets are posted at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards. by the way Gold Miner Posse guys, I believe the range also goes to 400 yards. you also could be doing long range shoots.
                       
                      now 'Happy Trails to you until we meet again'
                       
                      JJ
                       


                      "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                        JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far.  One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away.  I have also been sharing rides with a couple of cowboys from the Fairview club up to Bowling Green. KY (about 2 hrs each way).  Each place runs 5 stages without moving steel.  The Fairview is on a new range (one of the members loaned them 140 acres) this year and is just getting some props set up.  They make some improvement each month.  They have designated floks that set up each stage each month.  No place here that I have shot passes out the stages to each shooter so ya have to listen when they do the walk thru.  The Fairview club has a web site http://cowboyregula tors.com/ default.aspx I think that will get you there.  The Bowling Green shoot is at a range but they do not have an organized Cowboy club yet.  I have also shot with the Kentucky Regulators a couple of times but they are a 105 mile freeway drive each way.  They have a web site also I just don't have it at hand.  They also have some real dedicated shooters.  How is your thumb doing?  Best wishes, stay safe and shoot straight.  C-U, C.W.
                      Nobody has hot food either!!

                      To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                      From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                      Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:09:33 -0700
                      Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                       
                      OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
                       
                      Now - tell us how you matched against them.
                       
                      JJ
                       
                      PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
                       


                      "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                      Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
                      Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

                      To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                      From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
                      Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
                      Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                      STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

                      SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
                      local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
                      Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
                      light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
                      have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
                      their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
                      shout "You better think real hard about this.."

                      SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
                      at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
                      P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
                      dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
                      R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
                      through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
                      S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
                      Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
                      CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
                      FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
                      SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
                      TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
                      GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
                      READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
                      KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
                      CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
                      A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
                      DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
                      MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
                      DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

                      STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

                      SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
                      from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
                      treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
                      drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
                      with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
                      your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
                      shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

                      SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
                      on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
                      R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
                      number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
                      holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
                      pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
                      both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
                      scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
                      S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
                      Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                      KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
                      DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
                      DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
                      FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
                      CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
                      SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
                      TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
                      GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
                      READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
                      A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
                      CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
                      MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

                      STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

                      SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
                      you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
                      underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
                      the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
                      thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
                      your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
                      the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
                      your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

                      SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
                      at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
                      number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
                      six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
                      your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
                      load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
                      stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
                      carcasses in the creek to rot.

                      Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                      CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
                      DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
                      GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
                      SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
                      DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
                      FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
                      KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
                      TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
                      CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
                      A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
                      MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

                      Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
                      Juneau Gold Miners Posse

                      Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
                      Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

                      Howdy All,

                      We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
                      pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
                      the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
                      up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
                      between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
                      Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
                      ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
                      shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
                      Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
                      and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
                      real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
                      awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
                      properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
                      Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
                      easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
                      finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
                      tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

                      Match Ratings
                      Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
                      1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
                      2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
                      3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
                      4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
                      5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
                      6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
                      7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
                      8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
                      9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
                      10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
                      11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
                      *Only Shot 2 Stages
                      READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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                    • Arthur E. Pilot, Jr.
                      I understand, both your earlier message and my reply just showed up yesterday also. I will check with Linda on our actual dates. Hope to see you guys. C-U,
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                         I understand, both your earlier message and my reply just showed up yesterday also.  I will check with Linda on our actual dates.  Hope to see you guys.  C-U, C.W.


                        To: juneaugoldminersposse@yahoogroups.com
                        From: jj50325@...
                        Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2007 09:42:13 -0800
                        Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminersposse] nice work Tongas Twister

                         
                        CW
                         
                        This is somewhat amazing, but this email just came through last night.
                         
                        If you and Linda are in the Reno, there are places to shoot all year round. on the 6th there is a shoot in Fernley and if here on the 13th there is a shoot at Roop. both are located about 30 miles or less from Reno. Since I go to both places, I can arrange to pick you up.
                         
                        Even if you can not make on of the matches, Sue and I, if the two of you are available, would enjoy you company for a short evening at dinner or lunch. We would enjoy hearing how the two of you are progressing through your new retirement.
                         
                        let me know what your schedule is.
                         
                        again, sorry about being so late in answering this email. it really did just come through last night.
                         
                        JJ
                         
                         
                         


                        "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                          JJ I just remembered Linda & I will be in the Reno area for the SCI Convention the end of Jan 08.  Do you guys shoot in the winter? 


                        To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                        From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 15:19:42 -0700
                        Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                         
                        Hey CW
                         
                        good to hear from you. was just in checking out to camping world to see if they sell heat tape for RV's. I was down to Bridgeport CA (65 miles south of Minden) last weekend and it got down to '1'  yes '1'  degree saturday night. days were in the high 60's/low 70's. I was talking to K. George today and told him that I did fairly well. I placed 2nd overall. one of the locals (Reno) out matched me. he is fast, accurate and 20 years my junior.
                         
                         I looked up the clubs you mentioned and it looks like you hold your own. your scores are great - congratulations! ! as with you, none of the local clubs post their stages. they are read and you shoot. after awhile it gets easy to quickly memorize them.
                         
                        as do you, I also have a few local clubs (High Plains Drifters/Fernley NV, Roop County Shooters/Sparks NV (range is about 30 miles north of Reno) Silver State Shootist/Carson City adn the Bridgeport Vigilanties/ Bridgeport CA) which I have the privledge of being able to shoot. three are an 1.25 - 1.5 hours drive from my place. one of them is a short 35 minutes. there is something going on 3 weekends of each month. If anyone is interested in scores, check out http://nevadacas. com/ and check the scores and pictures for the northern nevada clubs. there are also some more pictures of all the clubs under this URL:  http://nevadacas. com/katescorner. htm .
                         
                        just like the Juneau weather, the temperture here is slowily going south. I used to think it got cold in SE Alaska. when the wind blows across the desert, whether the sun is out or not, holy crap it gets darn right cold. we are tough cuses though, no stinkin' heaters for us!!!! we are real cowboys!!
                         
                        you asked how my thumb is doing. surgury went well last june. I now have a slight divit in my left thumb which is barely noticeable. I have found out when my hand gets fatigued, most of the thumb gets numb. the cancer I have is very rare and still floats around in me. the last set of blood work I had done still indicated there is cancer in me somewhere. I have had regular CT scans and nuclear CT scans. nothing shows up in the scans, just in the blood work. to date the State of AK and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have spent a little over $41K on me. the oncologist and I are on a first name basis.I constantly thank the Lord for health insurance.  someday it may strike again. until that day (and even after that day), each day that the good Lord allows my to wake up is always the best day of my life.
                         
                        now must get back to work. still have some work to do on the RV before the weekend. the Silver State Shootists is hosting a buffalo shoot. targets are posted at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards. by the way Gold Miner Posse guys, I believe the range also goes to 400 yards. you also could be doing long range shoots.
                         
                        now 'Happy Trails to you until we meet again'
                         
                        JJ
                         


                        "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                          JJ I have been very fortunate to find a couple of clubs that are not too far.  One is in Fairview, KY, about 30 miles away.  I have also been sharing rides with a couple of cowboys from the Fairview club up to Bowling Green. KY (about 2 hrs each way).  Each place runs 5 stages without moving steel.  The Fairview is on a new range (one of the members loaned them 140 acres) this year and is just getting some props set up.  They make some improvement each month.  They have designated floks that set up each stage each month.  No place here that I have shot passes out the stages to each shooter so ya have to listen when they do the walk thru.  The Fairview club has a web site http://cowboyregula tors.com/ default.aspx I think that will get you there.  The Bowling Green shoot is at a range but they do not have an organized Cowboy club yet.  I have also shot with the Kentucky Regulators a couple of times but they are a 105 mile freeway drive each way.  They have a web site also I just don't have it at hand.  They also have some real dedicated shooters.  How is your thumb doing?  Best wishes, stay safe and shoot straight.  C-U, C.W.
                        Nobody has hot food either!!

                        To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                        From: jj50325@yahoo. com
                        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:09:33 -0700
                        Subject: RE: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                         
                        OK CW - so's you have had the chance to shoot two matches against the new 'locals'.
                         
                        Now - tell us how you matched against them.
                         
                        JJ
                         
                        PS - For the last couple of matches, we have had the exact same problem with the weather as you.
                         


                        "Arthur E. Pilot, Jr." <aepilot1@msn. com> wrote:
                        Sounds like you guys are keepin' the fun meter peaked.  Congrats to Chilly Chad & 5 Card on their shootin'.  Looks like Ole Buckskin better asked Mama fer sum lessons.  Did ya have a pistol reload on stage two?  The last two shoots I attended had both pistol & rifle reloads, but it was only 75 degrees, te-he,te-he. 
                        Have fun and stay safe, C-U, C.W.

                        To: juneaugoldminerspos se@yahoogroups. com
                        From: buckskin_john@ yahoo.com
                        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:16:50 +0000
                        Subject: [juneaugoldminerspo sse] nice work Tongas Twister

                        STAGE 1: Shootout at the Gun & Mercantile

                        SCENE: The new shipment of Colts and Winchesters have arrive ad the
                        local Gun & Mercantile and you and your pards, Buckskin John and
                        Chilly Chad, have waited for the shopkeeper to open up since first
                        light. As you fondle the new shootin irons on the counter, others
                        have different ideas. Gangly Greg and his gang, looking to stock up
                        their own arsenal, bust down the door and draw on you. You
                        shout "You better think real hard about this.."

                        SEQUENCE: With revolvers, rifle and shotgun on the table and hands
                        at your sides, pick up first revolver and dispatch the thieves
                        P1,P1,P2,P2, P3. Lay revolver on table and pick up second one and
                        dump all five into P3. Now retrieve you rifle and shoot the bandits
                        R1,R2,R3,R4, R1,R2,R3, R4. As the last of the ne'er-do-wells retreat
                        through the door bury them with blasts from the scattergun,
                        S1,S2,S1,S2. The shipment is saved and you're the hero!
                        Shooter Raw Time Misses Penalties Score
                        CHILLY CHAD 30.83 1 0 35.83
                        FIVE CARD TANNA 40.80 1 0 45.80
                        SALMON CREEK 49.51 0 0 49.51
                        TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 0 0 51.39
                        GREY BEAR 56.37 1 0 61.37
                        READY BULLION 58.24 3 0 73.24
                        KOUGAROK GEORGE 34.67 8 0 74.67
                        CECIL 78.10 0 0 78.10
                        A DAM SHAME 48.35 4 1 78.35
                        DEAD SHOT 55.62 7 0 90.62
                        MARCUS 89.09 3 0 104.09
                        DH HAULER 96.29 1 1 111.29

                        STAGE 2: High Country Trouble

                        SCENE: Winter is coming and you ride out to bring your herd down
                        from the high country for the season. As you arrive at the
                        treeline, you spy at least a dozen or more dirty skunks trying to
                        drive your cattle through the pass and take your winter beef along
                        with your cold season income. Flying into a rage you ground tie
                        your mount and take a position behind a dead spruce. You
                        shout "Them's my cow you skunks!"

                        SEQUENCE: With guns spread out on the downed tree (table) and hands
                        on the tree, pick up your rifle and lay into the varmints
                        R1,R1,R2,R2, R3,R3,R4, R4. Put down the rifle and pick up revolver
                        number 1 and Nevada Sweep the pistol targets, P1,P2,P3,P2, P1 then
                        holster. Pick up revolver number 2 and Reverse Nevada Sweep the
                        pistol targets, P3,P2,P1,P2, P3 then holster. Failure to holster
                        both revolvers will result in a penalty. Then gather up your
                        scattergun and take down the 6 rustlers still standing
                        S1,S2,S1,S2, S1,S2.
                        Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                        KOUGAROK GEORGE 46.34 0 0 46.34
                        DH HAULER 45.46 1 0 50.46
                        DEAD SHOT 42.84 2 0 52.84
                        FIVE CARD TANNA 52.75 1 0 57.75
                        CHILLY CHAD 47.49 3 0 62.49
                        SALMON CREEK 54.93 2 0 64.93
                        TONGASS TWISTER 62.00 1 0 67.00
                        GREY BEAR 52.75 3 0 67.75
                        READY BULLION 68.93 1 0 73.93
                        A DAM SHAME 68.44 3 0 83.44
                        CECIL 82.63 1 0 87.63
                        MARCUS 79.50 8 0 119.50

                        STAGE 3: Cabin Ambush

                        SCENE: You've asked your pards, DH Hauler and Chilly Chad, to help
                        you build a new cabin on your homestead. While construction is
                        underway, you've been living in a wall tent and taking your baths in
                        the creek. This is a perfect setting for an ambush by those dirty
                        thugs, Bushwhack Bill and his gang of miscreants. As you set up for
                        your weekly bath at the creek, those no-goods decide this would be
                        the perfect time to dry-gulch you. While washing the cooders from
                        your hair you see `em and shout "Bushwhack me nekked, will ya!"

                        SEQUENCE: With guns lying out on the creek bank (table) and hands
                        at your head, start by dropping your towel and reach for revolver
                        number 1 and shoot the ambushers, P1,P3,P1,P3, P2. Get your other
                        six-shooter and lay into `em again, P1,P1,P1,P3, P3,P3. Next grab
                        your rifle and send rounds downrange, R1,R4,R2,R3, R1,R4,R2, R3 then
                        load two more and pop R4,R4. Grab your shotgun and finish off the
                        stragglers, S2,S1,S2,S1, S2,S1,S2, S1. Now get dressed and dump their
                        carcasses in the creek to rot.

                        Shooter Time Misses Penalty Score
                        CHILLY CHAD 57.77 1 0 62.77
                        DH HAULER 72.70 0 0 72.70
                        GREY BEAR 71.77 2 0 81.77
                        SALMON CREEK 85.02 0 0 85.02
                        DEAD SHOT 76.69 2 0 86.69
                        FIVE CARD TANNA 94.93 0 0 94.93
                        KOUGAROK GEORGE 81.89 1 1 96.89
                        TONGASS TWISTER 93.81 2 0 103.81
                        CECIL 99.25 1 0 104.25
                        A DAM SHAME 103.15 4 0 123.15
                        MARCUS 110.77 5 0 135.77

                        Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club
                        Juneau Gold Miners Posse

                        Monthly Cowboy Action Shoot
                        Sunday, Oct 21, 2007

                        Howdy All,

                        We had a pretty decent turnout for the October shoot. Sunday dawned
                        pretty cool with a light breeze and overcast skies which held for
                        the whole match when the wet stuff started falling as we cleaned
                        up. That new double-element propane heater felt real nice in
                        between stages let me tell you. We had some fun stages courtesy of
                        Dead Shot, but we still had to give him some grief just to be
                        ornery. The original write-up for stage-1 had us fondling the "new
                        shooters". Fortunately, it was just a bunch of us old hands there!
                        Ol' Buckskin John while not able to shoot cuz his horse threw him
                        and his back out expressed glee that the Gun & Mercantile had
                        real "Loaded" firearms for sale. And consideration was given to
                        awarding Dead Shot some bonus points on stage-3 for not only
                        properly using the word "miscreant" but pronouncing it right too!
                        Congratulations to the Clean Shoot Pards (marked by "*")! Not an
                        easy thing to do when your hands are sliding towards numb! And,
                        finally, an especially big thanks to A Damn Shame for all those
                        tasty Barbecue Sloppy Joe's !!

                        Match Ratings
                        Shooter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Overall
                        1 CHILLY CHAD 35.83 62.49 62.77 161.09
                        2 FIVE CARD TANNA 45.80 57.75 94.93 * 198.48
                        3 SALMON CREEK 49.51 * 64.93 85.02 * 199.46
                        4 GREY BEAR 61.37 67.75 81.77 210.89
                        5 KOUGAROK GEORGE 74.67 46.34 * 96.89 217.90
                        6 TONGASS TWISTER 51.39 * 67.00 103.81 222.20
                        7 DEAD SHOT 90.62 52.84 86.69 230.15
                        8 DH HAULER 111.29 50.46 72.70 * 234.45
                        9 CECIL 78.10 87.63 104.25 269.98
                        10 A DAM SHAME 78.35 83.44 123.15 284.94
                        11 MARCUS 104.09 119.50 135.77 359.36
                        *Only Shot 2 Stages
                        READY BULLION 73.24 73.93



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