Cowboy Action "Cracker Cowboys"

Cracker Cowboys Website

 

Looks like fun, doesn't it?

Well, all you need to get started is:

 

Some boots

Some western guns

and some attitude....

 

 

For more details, send a telegram (okay email) to CowboyAction@FlaglerGunClub.com,  AKA:

See ya on the range, Pardner!    (for more pictures, click the big picture)

 

Flagler County Cowboy's

Cowboy Action Shooting will usually be held on the 3rd Sunday of each month.

Registration is from 8:15 to 9:00 am. A mandatory shooters meeting is held at 9:00 am.

Members $10 Nonmembers $15

We usually setup 4 to 6 Cowboy stages on Sunday morning, all help is greatly appreciated. 

We average 40 to 60 pistol rounds, 40 to 60 rifle rounds, and 25 to 30 shotgun rounds

We dress up like cowboys and cowgirls and set up different stages like taking on Slick Fred and his gang, or the new Marshall in town taking on the crooked town Mayor. We carry two single action six shooters on our side and usually have a lever action lead dispenser handy that shoots a pistol caliber bullet. Also it’s good to have a stagecoach double barrel shotgun just incase you need something to clear the area. One could also use an 1897 Winchester pump or replica. Cowboy hats, boots and long sleeves are a must as well as a sense of adventure.

You can go to the Single Action Shooting Society web site to find out more about what is required for the Cowboy Action Shooting.

http://www.sassnet.com

Short cut to Rules for SASS   http://sassnet.com/Shooters-Handbook-001A.php

Cowboy Action Shooting Range Rules

 

   1.   Safety is first and foremost

   2.   Treat all firearms as if they are loaded

   3.   This is a cold range no loaded weapons

   4.   Muzzles must not break the 170 degree line

   5.   Muzzles must always be pointed down range, or in a safe position at all times, we are a low ready range

   6.   Everyone is a safety officer if you see anything that is unsafe please speak up

   7.   Action on rifles & shot guns must be open & placed in rack or gun cart

   8.   Weapons are loaded at the loading table once loaded the weapon cannot leave the table except to

          proceed to the firing line.

   9.   Hammers must be resting on an empty chamber

10.  After firing a stage weapons must be returned to the unloading table to be cleared.

11. Cross Draw Holsters use extra caution to not break the 170 Rule

 12.  Eyes and Ears at all times

 13. Lead bullets only! No jacketed or semi-jacketed bullets.

 14. Load only the proper number of rounds for the stage being shot

 15. Unload and show clear at designated unloading tables

 16. Do not go down range (in front of the firing line) without calling “down range/cease fire” first

 17. No firearms are to be handled/touched when a down range/cease fire is called

 18. Spectators must remain behind the firing line at all times and wear eye/ear protection

19. Any rounds going over the berm is a Match Disqualification