Single Action Shooting Society
  he Single Action Shooting Society is an international organization created to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting™. SASS endorses   regional matches conducted by affiliated clubs, stages END of TRAIL The World Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting, promulgates rules and procedures to ensure safety and consistency in Cowboy Action Shooting matches, and seeks to protect its members' 2nd Amendment rights. SASS members share a common interest in preserving the history of the Old West and competitive shooting.     Click here to learn more about SASS Mounted Shooting. Click here for a brief history. Old West Aliases and Costumes   One of the unique aspects of SASS approved Cowboy Action Shooting™ is the requirement placed on costuming. Each participant is required to adopt a shooting alias appropriate to a character or profession of the late 19th century, a Hollywood western star, or an appropriate character from fiction. Their costume is then developed accordingly. Many event participants gain more enjoyment from the costuming aspect of our sport than from the shooting competition, itself. Regardless of a SASS member's individual area of interest, SASS events provide regular opportunities for fellowship and fun with like-minded folks and families.   Choosing an Alias Every SASS member is required to select a shooting alias representative of a character or profession from the Old West or the western film genre. Your alias may not in anyway duplicate or easily be confused with any other member's alias. The following guideline should help you in choosing an alias: Your alias must be printable before a wide audience. No duplications are permitted. If it sounds the same, it is the same. Adding "too," "II," etc., is not acceptable. "Ranger" could become "Texas Ranger" but not "The Ranger." "John Henry Chisum" could be modified to "Jack Chisum" but not "John H. Chisum" or "Jon Henry Chisum." Historical names may not be modified to make them different. "Wyatt Earp" and "Marshal Wyatt Earp" are considered the same. The SASS Alias Registry changes daily. Feel free to search the current alias list then telephone or fax the SASS office to confirm the availability of your alias choice. Be creative and good luck!     Old West Firearms Cowboy Action Shooting is a multi-faceted shooting sport in which contestants compete with firearms typical of those used in the taming of the Old West: single action revolvers, pistol caliber lever action rifles, and old time shotguns. The shooting competition is staged in a unique, characterized, "Old West" style. It is a timed sport in which shooters compete for prestige on a course of different shooting stages.   Each scenario, as they are called, features an array of situations, many based on famous incidents or movies scenes, in which the shooters must test their mettle against steel targets.   Spirit of the Game As the game of Cowboy Action Shooting™ has evolved, our members have developed and adopted an attitude towards their participation called "The Spirit of the Game." It is a code by which we live. Competing in "The Spirit of the Game" means you fully participate in what the competition asks. You try your best to dress the part, use the appropriate competition tools, and respect the traditions of the Old West. Some folks would call it nothing more than good sportsmanship. We call it "Spirit of the Game."
Gold Coast Gunslingers
Monthly matches are held the first Saturday and third Sunday at the Markham Park Target Range in Sunrise.  The Gold Coast Gunslingers Cowboy Action Shooting Club, Inc., founded in 1998, is one of the largest cowboy action shooting clubs in Florida.     Markham Park Target Range, 16001 W State Rd 84, Sunrise, Florida 33326 Registration begins at 8:00 am, safety meeting at 8:45 am, and the match begins at 9:00 am. New Range Fees start in January As Markham Park range fees and other costs associated with running the club and maintaining equipment have increased over the years, we will be increasing both our Main and Mid-month club match fees as follows, effective January 1, 2019. Club Members: $15.00  -  Non Members: $20.00 Shooters Packets The Gold Coast Gunslingers New Shooter Introduction and Guide to SASS Cowboy Action is now available!  See Member Into tab, or click here to view, download, or print. Be sure to check out our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/goldcoastgunslingers/     Markam Park is a beautiful facility operated by Broward County and located just on the edge of the Florida Everglades.  It's a great place to shoot!  If you've been thinking about getting started in Cowboy Action Shooting or if you'd just like to watch, come on out and join us.  We'd love to show you the ropes! Please note that no firearms may be worn outside of the range area (including the parking lot, public range or restrooms). It is a MDQ if you pack iron outside of the fence, so y'all just bring 'em in bags and put them on inside the fence, and stash yer iron before you walk out to the car. Registration Information: Registration is from 8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. Mandatory Safety Meeting at 8:45 a.m. Shooting begins at 9:00 a.m. Fees:           $15.00 - Gold Coast Members $20.00 - Non-Members Buckaroos and Young Guns shoot free when accompanied by a shooting adult. Ammo Needs: 75 Rounds Pistol Cartridge * 75 Rounds Lever Rifle Cartridge * 30 Rounds Shotgun * * These are approximate amounts. Directions to Markham Park: From I-95 or Florida's Turnpike, take I-595 westbound, then veer right at the I-75 split to exit at the next ramp for Weston Road. The park entrance is on the right (north) at the Weston Road intersection. From I-75, take I-595 eastbound. Exit on Flamingo Road (exit #1B) and make a U-turn under I-595 to go west on State Road 84. Go past N.W. 136th Avenue. The park entrance is on the right (north) at the Weston Road intersection.   View in Google Maps     View Park Information       Our Board of Directors George Washington McLintock - President   Miss Conduct - Vice President Hoosegow Hank - Treasurer Lady Lilly O'Valley - Secretary Angus McNasty - Match Director Cuthbert J. Twillie - Equipment Director Jeremiah Longknife - Territorial Governor   Waddies Bumblebee Rose - Scores Miss Conduct - Scores Lady Lilly O'Valley - News Letter Velvet Sheath - Social Committee Neighbor Dave - Web Wrangler
Double R Bar Regulators
"Double R Bar is a Cowboy Shooting Club. We promote and provide the local public with training and the opportunity to participate in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS). At these events we use live rounds, steel targets, and timed stages. We are affiliated with the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) and all shooting events and firearms used by club members follow SASS guidelines for the safety of all participants and spectators."   The Double R Bar Regulators club was founded in June of 1997. This ‘little club with a big heart’ has grown rapidly and has earned its reputation for having lots of good, honest fun. Regulators enjoy the camaraderie of friends while exercising their love of the Old West lifestyle and Second Amendment rights.   We are history come to life in our dress and our beliefs. Double R Bar Regulators take great pride in displaying their insignias depicting the RR Bar brand, which is Roy Roger’s own. The Double R Bar club is proud to ‘ride for the brand’ of Roy and Dale. The Code of the West, as depicted in all of Roy’s and Dale’s movies, is very much alive with us. Woe to the varmint who forgets that!   Double R Bar regulators are encouraged, but not required, to join SASS and the NRA.   Monthly meetings are held on the second Sunday of each month after the shooting match.   Monthly shoots are held the second Sunday of the month at the Lions’ Pride Gun Range in Lucerne Valley, California. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. with a brief shooters’ meeting.   Call us Today!   Visitors and newcomers are always welcome to attend meetings and shoots as observers. Regulators new to the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting can get trained and mentored in the country’s fastest growing firearm-related sport. Brand new shooters are taught safe firearm handling along with Cowboy Action Shooting. Safety is the NUMBER ONE priority–through having a lot of fun is a close second.   In addition to shooting, the Double R Bar Regulators volunteer time to assist Happy Trails Children’s foundation and the Lions Club Pride. We can usually be found at any of the charity fund-raisers, Old West themed dances, or lending a hand (or gun) in impromptu stunt shows. We’ve been known to appear in local parades firing blanks as fast as we can (whenever we’re allowed), or livening up the local areas restaurants after a long day at the range. There’s nothing quite like a gang of period-dressed cowboys and cowgirls to add interest to any situation. MadDogMiller55704@gmail.com 661-839-7058 P.O. Box 3105 Victorville, Ca 92393-3105 ©2017 by Double R Bar Regulators. Proudly created with Wix.com Home About Membership Scores Events Range Info FAQ Stories   Club Officers Territorial Governor Range Officers Page  
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.