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Saturday, July 20, 2024 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tallahassee Rifle & Pistol Club, Tallahassee, FL, USA

Signup will begin at 8:15 AM EDT, safety brief at 8:45 AM EDT & rounds will go downrange as soon as possible after the brief. All SASS rules will apply.

We do mass loading for our matches. Bring your gun carts, if you like, but we have the Black Smith shop which has permanent tables and cover available for mass loading. Loading/unloading table procedures will be reviewed at the safety briefing.

GATE PROCEDURE: The TRPC Range has a motorized gate with an Electronic Keycode Entry and intercom paging. The code for this match is "07277" ("0SASS") and will work between 0700 and 1600 on match Saturdays ONLY. If you have difficulty getting in, press (and hold) the intercom button to reach us on the range. Please try to arrive no later than 8:30am. Spectators are welcome to come later, but be patient...sometimes it is hard to hear you over the ruckus! :-)


The match fee is $10.00. (Youth shooters 18 and under and first time shooting a Bushwackers match shoot for FREE). All Youth shooters must be accompanied by an adult. Spectators are free.


We encourage everyone to bring personal seating and some shade. Spectators are always welcome (eye and hearing protection is required for them, too), so bring family and friends to cheer you on!



Mar 21, 2019

Want To Be a Cowboy?

Every little boy out there wanted to be a cowboy when they were young. Who says you can’t be a Cowboy when you grow up. In southern Leon county on the 3rd Saturday every month, that is exactly what the Big Bend Bushwackers do. The Bushwackers are a cowboy action shooting posse who shoot at the Tallahassee Rifle and Pistol Club. This group of wanna be cowboys and cowgirls is comprised of mostly adults, but has its share of young guns who participate. They dress up like cowboys from the old west, get out their single action irons and head to the range for a fun filled Saturday once a month. Last October, a local television station, WFSU, came to TRPC to do a documentary about cowboy action shooting.

When the new season for that show named “Local Routes” aired the 1st episode of season 5 on March 14, our cowboys all became famous. Although most of them were already infamous, people the likes of Jesse James, Christian Mortician, Deadeye Davis, Tuff Willy, Wabash Valley Slim and Pearly Heart just to name a few.

Follow this link to see the segment on WFSU. Stay out of trouble and keep yer powder dry, cowboy!

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