Panhandle Cowboys
  Welcome to the home of The Panhandle Cowboys. Monthly matches are held on the 2nd Sunday of each month at the Escambia River Gun Club (ERGC) range. Monthly matches consist of Four or Six Stages (40 - 60 rounds-Pistol, 40 - 60 rounds-Rifle, 24-36 rounds-Shotgun). Optional side matches are sometimes scheduled following the main match and may include activities such as derringer, long range rifle, or wild bunch competitions. Everyone is invited to take a nostalgic trip back to the later half of the 1800's and experience the guns and attire of the Old West. Members are more than willing to explain the rules and procedures of the sport. It is usually possible to set up interested guests to shoot a stage or two following the main match. The club is sanctioned by the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS). SASS has over 100,000 members worldwide. This organization establishes the firearm, ammunition and attire requirements for the various shooting categories. In general, firearms required are two pistols, one rifle and one shotgun, all manufactured prior to 1900. Originals and reproductions are acceptable, but very few originals are used for the competition. Detailed requirements are available in the Shooter's Handbook available on the SASS WebSite
The Granite Mountain Outlaws
This page is an introduction to The Granite Mountain Outlaws, a group of men and women that promote and enjoy cowboy action shooting following SASS rules and guidelines. We have a match monthly at the Compass Training Center in Chino Valley. Matches are held on the third Sunday of the month at the Compass Training Center in Chino Valley, AZ, located on Perkinsville Road. Registration is at 9:00 am and the match starts at 10:00 am (winter hours)
Alan Garbers
Holdem Louie
The Outlaw Travis James
The Sandusky County Regulators
3 likes Ohio
This group is for the guys and gals who participate in the Cowboy Action Shooting sport in NW Ohio at the SCSC near Gibsonburg, OH. and to share information and pics related to the sport.
Risky Rick
Safecracker Solon
The Outlaw Travis James
Moonshine at Dark Corner
MOONSHINE, nestled in the foothills of South Carolina, is pretty quiet here now. It hasn't always been that way, after the War Between the States, people around these parts weren't very happy. The government decided they needed money so they started taxing the corn whiskey. Not much grows in these mountians but corn did very well and now the government wanted to take away our livelihood. That didn't set well with most people. The REVENUERS came and demanded money. If they didn't get money they busted up our stills. So the people did what they had to do. The whiskey was brewed in the middle of the night when no one was around. It worked pretty good, but, that is how we got the new name for corn whiskey, MOONSHINE. In the 20's, 30's and 40's the REVENUERS tried to wipe out the business. In '74 when we bought the property there were 30+ stills. The next day they were all gone. MOONSHINE is a quiet little town now except about once a month when the local cowboys head to town. You won't find any spirits here but we sure hope you will visit for the shootin' and stay for the friends. Happy Trails.