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    Springfield 1911-A1

    Sunday June 23 at the Greenville Gun Club. We are having a Wild Bunch match in addition to the monthly cowboy action match. Registration opens at 8:30, shooters meeting at 9:30.
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    Springfield 1911-A1

    We’re having a Wild Bunch match in June where you can wring it out.
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    Cowboy Action Shooting in Belton

    I just got the word that they have called off the May match. Forecast calls for thunderstorms.
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    Cowboy Action Shooting in Belton

    The April match was rained out (“April showers bring May flowers”, after all) but they are gearing up for this Saturday in Belton. We had two Belton Gun Club members “try their hand” in March, and one of those fellows “got the bug” and has purchased gear. There is another prospective new...
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    3.5 inch 6-shooter

    Let’s see..a single action revolver and a 1911. You need to come out to a cowboy match and the 1911 is what we use in Wild Bunch.
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    Carolinas Wild Bunch Shootout

    Ammo is loaded for the “Shootout” and the weather forecast looks great.
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    Carolinas Wild Bunch Shootout

    That’s very common. The good news is that most groups are happy to help new shooters. Everyone there was in your shoes at one time. If a club in your area holds Steel Challenge matches, that is a great introduction to competitive shooting. The game is pretty easy to understand and you can...
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    Carolinas Wild Bunch Shootout

    The 2019 Carolinas Wild Bunch Shootout is coming up later this month; this time the venue is the Gunpowder Creek Regulators’ range in Lenoir, NC.
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    Cowboy Action Shooting in Belton

    Now that we’ve had a taste of good weather I expect a good turnout at the match on Saturday. Come check it out.
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    Wild Bunch match on March 24

    We have our targets set up for the match. It should be fun and challenging but not grueling. Some Wild Bunch matches use a lot of reactive steel that is fun to shoot but it takes a lot of work to reset targets after each shooter completes the stage. I think we have a good balance in this match.
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    Cowboy Action Shooting in Belton

    The Belton Gun Club has built new shooting bays near the shotgun fields. They are covered with fresh gravel and should do a good job draining rainwater. Last Saturday was the first cowboy match in the new bays and it went well. The club uses these bays for other disciplines like IDPA, Steel...
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    Favorite Shotgun

    On the assumption that “favorite” means a shotgun that I own, as opposed to one that I’d like to own; I’d say the SKB 100 side by side. It was a very nice bird Gun when I bought it. Now it’s cut down and slicked up for cowboy shooting.
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    Cowboy Action in Upstate SC

    I have been shooting SASS cowboy matches since early 2010. There are two SASS-affiliated clubs in Upstate South Carolina that host monthly matches. Matches are open to the public-you need not be a member of the “host” club or a member of SASS to shoot monthly matches. There is no charge for...
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    Wild Bunch match on March 24

    The Greenville Gunfighters’ March monthly match on Sunday March 24, 2019 will feature, alongside the cowboy action match, a Wild Bunch Action Shooting match. See my prior thread for a fuller description but Wild Bunch is like Three Gun, but using guns from 1913. This is our first match after...
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    New member from Greenwood County!

    Welcome from Greenville. We are shooting our monthly cowboy action match tomorrow; come hang out with us! www.greenvillegunfighters.com
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    Hello from Pickens County

    Rifle ranges over 300 yards are hard to find. I understand that the Elberton club has a good Sporting Clays course, too. For the benefit of others who may be reading this thread, the cowboy matches I mentioned are open to non-members of the “host” club. I am not a member of the Belton club...
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    Hello from Pickens County

    Hello from Greenville. I’m involved in cowboy action shooting; we have two Upstate clubs that host monthly matches (Belton and Greenville). Almost every shooter handloads. Let me know if you would like more info.
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    AR grip

    I like the standard MOE but I put a MagPul SL (slimline) grip and stock on one rifle. It has a more vertical angle and it’s narrower.
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