By: on June 27, 2019
March seems so long ago. Madame Moog and I started making the posse pins for the ASN EOT Bounty Hunt. We created the image, engraved the pin and touched them up. Glued the pin to the back then stuck them to the cards. Then made pins for Waddies and Staff. Made the sign and the boxes for the entry forms and shipped it all to SASS.                                                   I would get nervous thinking about it and hoping people would play along and I’m sure my local pards were...
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By: on June 26, 2019
    I want to start by saying thank you. Thank you to everyone that worked so hard to make EOT 2019 a great match and a better time. Deuce Stevens and Lassiter made some challenging stages worthy of a world championship. If you ask Deuce he’ll tell you that he couldn’t have done it with  out Cowboy Carty and the army of others that came together to make it happen. Misty Moonshine and the SASS Staff ran a well oiled machine with all the fixins, opening ceremony, dinner and shootout announce...
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By: on June 19, 2019
The Cracker Crew is going to EOT....well at least part of us are. Jeff Shelleen, Moog,  Deadly Sharpshooter( Original CC Member) and I will be attending along with Madam Moog and Purdy Sharp. Deadly and Purdy have been making their way out via Steel Horse on the Wagon Trail. The rest of us are riding in on a Steel Horse in the sky.  Either way, we're wanted dead or alive (Bon Jovi reference). Amaduelist and his Grandson, Jake on the Take, were kind enough to haul my shooting irons out west for m...
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By: on June 17, 2019
Saturday morning was too dark and just a bit hazy for me, so I enjoyed a nice nap on the way to Eustis, courtesy of my better half, Midwest Hale. This cowboy spent a little too much time in the saloon the night before, and my other alias, Last Call, came out to play. I did awake in time to enjoy spotting some white tails while riding through the Ocala National Forest, and the sunrise over the Emeralda Marsh Conservation Area was quite stunning. What a beautiful day for shooting, I thought as ...
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By: on June 11, 2019
Saturday morning came too early for me, as usual, and I forgot to check the weather before hopping on my trusty iron horse and charging forward under sinister skies. When my eyes were finally able to focus on more than the black highway and noticed the similarly colored clouds, it was too late, and I rode forward with nothing more than prayers for sunshine and swift shooting. I received neither, however, and thus is my tale of failed transitions, fatal misses and one big fat "P"! I arrived, f...
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By: on June 4, 2019
Sticking with Florida's recent theme of "hotter than hell-fire," Hale and I found a similar environment in Valdosta this past weekend, and that carried through with the manner in which each of the thirteen shooters that were there approached the stages. As many of you know, Hale and I are going to be shooting Black Gold in Kentucky this summer, and competing with a group like the Valdosta crew was certainly great practice for the match. All of the stages were either copies or variants of stages ...
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By: on May 28, 2019
While I was shooting at the Roughshod Raider's match this past weekend, our very own Moog mentioned to me about blogging my shoots, which I thought was a great idea. So, I will try to start doing this after each weekend to talk about my continuing journey through the world of Cowboy Action Shooting. Why? you might ask. Simply because I love to shoot and I love to write and this gives me a chance to do both. So, sit back, put your clicks on (Delta Glen), and enjoy the wild ride that is my life in...
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By: on May 20, 2019
Thursday afternoon Madame Moog and I set out to meet up with the cracker crew and shoot the Georgia State Match. I tell Y’All Eddie and the boys up there sure do put on a great match. If you haven’t been you should put it on your list. Thank you Fast Eddie, Krazy Kajun, Blackhawk Henry and the set up crew for all of your hard work to make this match a success. Also, thank you to all the workin cowboys that picked brass, ran the timer, spotted, set steel or any of the other posse jobs. It really ...
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By: on May 7, 2019
To all my favorite Gunslingers, Dios mio, was Sunday's match loco, but such un buen tiempo... Okay, okay, I'll stop the Spanish, but boy, did we have some different kind of fun on Cinco de Mayo. Chicken Scratch promised and he delivered on the "everything moves" match with just a little extra, and it was awesome! Bowling with the rifle and shotgun was certainly unique and added an extra layer of challenge to the match. Some of us took it slow to make sure we got 'em all, and others threw caut...
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By: on May 2, 2019
Hailing all Gunslinger, May is here already and the ghost town is gearing up for our final match of the season. Like with all finales, we are cooking up something special for our send-off. There should be some moving targets as well as some stages to test our speed. The weather is looking a bit ominous and may rain us out on Sunday, so stay tuned just in case we need to post any updates. Chicken Scratch is our stage writer this month and has told me that we are in store for some rootin' too...
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By: on April 16, 2019
  I would like to start out by thanking Cassalong Hopidy, Hollifer A Dollar, Kay Sadeeya and anyone else that helped out. We all have our job on the posse and for the match itself.  I am thankful that we can all come together and play this game. So again, thank you to anyone that helped. You made this match successful and fun.     Last Wednesday Madame finished up her work early, I wrapped up a couple things, we loaded the truck and pointed it north for the 2019 SASS Florida State Ch...
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By: on March 18, 2019
I didn’t make a blog in February, some of the reason is I was sick and the other was I didn’t shoot well enough to comment. This month however was different. Madame Moog and I drove out to The Ides Of March on Friday the 15th to help with anything that we were needed for. I ran some side matches Madame shopped. Dinner that night with cowboy friends was nice as usual.   Saturday morning and it was time to get it done. We loaded up headed out to the range; Shelleen was our posse marshal and ...
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