By: on October 2, 2019
The OK Corral Outlaws are looking for sponsors for our upcoming Annual Match on January 25th. 2020. The details can be found in this file. If you are interested, you can send us a message or contact our Sponsorship Manager, The Outlaw Travis James. His contact info is in the attached document. You can find more info about the Annual on our website https://okcorraloutlaws.com or our Action Shooting Network Event  https://actionshootingnetwork.com/event/126/ok-corral-outlaws-2020-annual-match-s...
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By: on September 20, 2019
  Antelope Junction Rangers Wyoming Antelope Club-Florida 3700 126th Avenue North Clearwater, FL 33762 Contact: Moog Phone: 727-798-0994 E-Mail: admin@actionshootingnetwork.com Territorial Governor: Hombre Paul Phone: 727-492-6113 E-Mail: paulrwill@msn.com Date of Monthly Match: 2nd Saturday Social Links Action Shooting Network: https://actionshootingnetwork.com/ajr/ SASSnet: https://www.sassnet.com/clubs/Clubs_detail.php?Antelope-Junction-Rangers-394   Big Be...
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By: on September 20, 2019
This is a list of the Florida SASS clubs match schedules listed in alphabetical order by week number. FIRST SATURDAY Gold Coast Gunslingers (Main Match) - Sunrise, FL Weewahootee Vigilance Committee - Orlando, FL Valdosta Vigilance Committee - Valdosta, GA FIRST SUNDAY Ghost Town Gunslingers - St. Augustine, FL (Oct - May) Hernando County Regulators - Brooksville, FL   SECOND SATURDAY Antelope Junction Rangers - Clearwater, FL Fort White Cowboy Cavalry -...
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By: on August 23, 2019
This month was less than stellar for the Moog. Madame Moog on the other hand had a great month. Scoring her very first clean match at The Hernando County Regulators monthly and making some of the best runs on stages since she started shooting. Not that Shoulda Dun Gun took it easy on her either, using her little red plate nemisis. Keep it up Madame Moog, I know your fan club will be cheering for ya. There is something going on with my rifle, I cant seem to get 10 rounds out smoothly. At the ...
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By: on August 1, 2019
This was a topic that was posted over in our SASS Florida Group on Facebook and my reply was very long so I decided to make a blog out of it.     I am a born and raised Florida native and when I was a kid of about 6 years old my uncle takes me out to a hunting ground. He tells me that he wants to let me shot this big gun called a muzzle loader. He pulls out this monstrosity of a gun that was twice as long as I was. Turns out it was a .58 caliber with something like a 40" barrel.  He wal...
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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 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 July 11, 2018
This past weekend I shot with the Weewahootee Vigilance Committee if you want to call it shooting. I picked up Shelleen and we started west on I4. The sun was coming up and very little traffic made me think “what a nice way to spend a Saturday”. We talked about what happened on WestWorld and there were a few “wait, what's” from me as Shelleen was breaking it down for me. I guess I’ll need to watch the last EP again. Got our grub and pulled on to the range.   Set up our carts, said our good...
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By: on April 23, 2018
We started driving Thursday morning for the Florida State CAS Championship. Was a perfect day for a drive too. We hit I-10 and I thought we were almost there… nope another 100 miles to go. we did make it there though and driving on to the range I gotta say was very nice. To see the CAS props and then the shooters, it don’t really matter where you go to shoot it always kinda feels like home. We signed in got our pack from even more familiar faces. Thanks to Cas, Holler, Shamrock Sadie and the ...
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By: on March 23, 2018
The Ides of March came and went this year and as always it was a great match. A good combination of people and location will do that. I would like to give a job and I do mean JOB well done to Arcadia Outlaw, Greta D, Brucester Diamond and Wildcard Willow. The set up crew deserves recognition as well, unfortunately I don’t know everyone that helped set up, but I really do appreciate the hard work. Without you we probably would not be playing this game. 10 stages of targets, tables, props, canopie...
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By: on January 16, 2018
This past weekend was my first match as match director for the Antelope Junction Rangers. I got to the range started laying out carpets and getting ready to go as people started showing up. Made the sign up sheet added the shooters to the electronics and started the match. There is defiantly more work than loading up your stuff and heading to the range to shoot. I have some plans for AJR, I’m going to make some props like, fences, hitchin posts, cactuses and cow boy cut outs. If you have any...
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