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Jack Weaver, requires the pressure of a man vs man match. There are 3 possible start signals, and you have to make the proper response to each, and do it before your opponent does so. The signals are:"horn, whisle, bell. At one signal, you draw and yell:"Freeze". At another, you draw and hit ONLY the top of 2 10" gongs, at 7 yds from you. they are positioned at a height of 3 and 6 ft, respectively. At the other signal, you draw and hit both targets, bottom one first. Best 2 out of 3 runs is the winner of that "bout". Some sort of "qualifer" match has to be shot first, then the #10 scorer of that match meets #9, in the Thinking man's Shoot., Winner of that encounter meets #8, winner of that meets #7, and so on. So the #10 guy MIGHT be the overal winner, but only if he beats 9 other men. It's HIS fault that he's number 10, ya see. The winner of the qualifier only has to meet one opponent, and the worst he can do is 2nd overall, which is as it should be.