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by on April 6, 2020

Where do you live? (what state or country)



When did you start shooting CAS and how did you or who got you into the sport?

I starting shooting in 2004   My Father (Chance Ramsey) had been shooting for awhile then my Mother (Chauncey Lady) started and a year or so later I got tired of watching and started shooting


Who was your mentor, either known to them or not?

My father


How much do you practice, how many rounds a month do you send down range?

Practice, what’s that.  I consider the monthly matches my practice.


Have you won any state, regional, national or world championships?

State of FL twice.  The first time was in 06 in the “traditional” category and then in I think 09 in the wrangler category. Best in the SE Regionals as a wrangler was 3rd


Tell us about your most memorable match:

My first clean match. It was Miakka annual match.  7 stages, clean and won my category   


What is your favorite aspect of CAS?

The people you meet that you can call friends and some that are closer than family

Is there a story behind your alias, and what is that story?

Not really a story.  Just added to my family nickname for my “explosive” personality 


Do you have a travle/shootin buddy? (you know that friend that makes this game what it is)

Actually have 2.  Local matches travel with my father. Out of state I’ve travel with family and most recently with my friend Bonfire


Where is your favorite place to shoot? (range or match past or present)

 I enjoy shooting at Lake County Pistoleros. Centrally located so see most of my favorite people there


What category do you shoot?



Have you tried other categories? What categories have you shot and how did that go?

Tried dualist once and it was a comedy match for all watching


What is you posse job of choice?

Scoring or running the timer


What is the time of your fastest clean stage?

18 something


What was the best advice you got from a fellow shooter, and who was it?

Swede was the shooter who helped me with my pistols. He noticed I was locking my elbows so we took about 50 rounds to an empty berm and worked on it


What advice can you give to some of the shooters reading this?

Competition is a strong emotion but having fun and enjoying yourself with these folks makes the day all worth wild 


Is there that one rival that delivers a little extra sting when they beat you?

Always it’s human nature


What keeps you playing this game
The people



What is your favorite thing to do when you are not on the range or shooting?

I enjoy antiquing and going to craft shows 

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