Red Hills Rangers
The Red Hills Rangers is a cowboy action shooting club formed in 2016. Cowboy action shooting is a timed 4-gun sport involving firearms in use in the 1800’s Old West, specifically two single action revolvers, a lever (or pump) action rifle, and a shotgun, typically a double barrel SxS or Winchester ’97 pump. Only lead bullets and shot are allowed. Velocities are restricted in order to minimize splatter. Targets are mostly steel plate, in sizes and set at distances designed to promote action. Shooters use a registered alias and dress in period costumes or outfits drawn from B Western films and television shows. For more information on Cowboy Action Shooting, visit the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) website: www.sassnet.com. All matches are governed by safety and related rules promulgated nationally by SASS. The Red Hills Rangers are graciously sponsored by Talon Range, a facility dedicated to numerous shooting disciplines and, in particular, to the creation of a first-class Cowboy Action Shooting venue. Matches are held monthly and an 8-stage annual match is held each year. The building of cowboy stage fronts is funded through donations of money, materials and labor and through sponsorship's, with the objective of enhancing the Old West experience for shooters. Few who try Cowboy Action Shooting ever turn back. It is instantly addictive—and as most will tell you: you come for the shooting and stay for the friendships. Grab yer’ guns, pard. If yo’re new to CAS, come out anyway and we’ll see if we can’t get you some guns to use a time or two.
Roughshod Raiders
About Us The Roughshod Raiders is a fledgling club conceived when we were approached by the management of the Gainesville Target Range, Inc. They offered the use of their action bays, an open weekend day, and a welcoming attitude toward Cowboy Action Shooting. The match focus will be on lots of action and SHOOTING! Delta Glen, Hawkeye Gin, Rooster Ray, and Johnny Showchaps are in charge of the match. Santa Fe River Stan is our TG. Our version of Cowboy Action Shooting is best described as tactical shooting with 2 single-action revolvers, a lever- or pump-action rifle, and a double barrel or hammered pump shotgun. The targets will vary in size and array but will be at close range. Emphasis will be on fast, safe shooting, and transitions from gun to gun and station to station. Our working motto is “Action is our middle name.” We love to have spectators and are happy to give shooting tutorials. If you want to give this sport a try, contact one of us or visit our match and ask to try it out!
Doodle Hill Regulators
Range Address Gun Craft 2403 21st Ave SE, Ruskin, FL 33570 (813) 645-3828 Directions Take I-75 to Exit# 240B, Ruskin/Sun City. Go West on Rt. 674 to 24th Street S.E. Go South on 24th. Pass by Weather Bureau (radar dome), then over I-75. Just past 21st Ave. turn left into Gun Craft Lot. Drive through gate to range.
Weewahootee Vigilance Committee
Welcome to the Single Action Shooting Society Page, home of the Weewahootee Vigilance Committee. Cowboy Action Shooting is one of the fastest growing shooting sports in the nation. Using guns from the 1800’s along with costumes and an alias, you get to play your favorite Western character while shooting a fast and fun competition. Using scenarios from Western and Florida History as well as favorite Western Movies and TV Shows, we shoot at steel targets and knockdowns. Visitors are always welcome so come out and watch....you may just get hooked. WHEN ARE REGULAR MATCHES HELD? WVC Matches are held every 1st Saturday of the Month Cowboy Clinic is held every Tuesday starting at 9 AM WHAT ARE THE MATCH FEES? CFRPC - Members. Men - $10 Women - $5 Juniors - Free Cowboy Clinic - $1 CFRPC - Non-members Men - $15 Women - $10 Juniors - $5 Cowboy Clinic - $6 HOW LONG DOES THE MATCH USUALLY LAST? Match end time between 1:00 - 2:00 PM. HOW MUCH AMMUNITION DO I NEED? 60 Pistol; 60 Rifle; 20-28 Shotgun