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Cowboy action shooting questions
#1
Curious if anyone here is knowlegable on cowboy action.

My son is interested in getting involved and is wondering what kind guns and calibers are allowed.
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#2
I don't know much myself, but years ago a coworker got into it and said it was a lot of fun. Here's a link to the SASS website. It might answer some of your questions.

http://www.sassnet.com/
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#3
(02-28-2014, 06:13 PM)Highwayman Wrote: I don't know much myself, but years ago a coworker got into it and said it was a lot of fun. Here's a link to the SASS website. It might answer some of your questions.

http://www.sassnet.com/

Thanks , that sight has a pdf rule book, pretty much layed it all out.
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#4
Also on the website is a list of all the SASS clubs in Colorado, including maps. Both of you come visit us and watch/shoot a match.
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#5
Which club do you belong to pocketpistol ?
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#6
(03-04-2014, 04:01 AM)bufordtjustice Wrote: Which club do you belong to pocketpistol ?


I am member of the Sand Creek Raiders, but you don't need to be a club member, nor in fact even a SASS member to participate. I also shoot at Briggsdale County Shooters, Colorado Cowboys, and the Colorado Shaketails. The Raiders have an upcoming "new shooters" clinic, you get to shoot most of the different guns, run trough some stages, and go over the rulebook. If you go to the SASS homepage, click on clubs, click on Colorado, and all the club's websites and contacts are there. If you come out to the Raiders match, look me up, just ask for "Bad Hand".
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#7
Thanks for the info pocketpistol,i will try to make it to one of the shoots.
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