Posts Tagged ‘cowboy shooting’

Cowboy Shooting

Cowboy shooting, what a great sport for someone who wants to shoot guns, have a great time, create some bragging rights and make great friends.  Today, it might be a challenge to find a place to shoot and make new friends.  I shoot SASS, not the only type of “cowboy” shootin’ but the type I started with years ago.  Saturday, July 21st was my dad’s birthday and I wanted to do something special with him and yes, it was spending the day shooting and having fun with friends. At a small place off the beaten path, Pine Ridge Regulators is just north of Brazil, Indiana.  When you Read More >>

Deciding on a Handgun

How do you figure out what type of handgun to buy? Do you pick a revolver or semi-auto? How about the caliber? Do you need to ask questions when looking at a firearm? What questions do you ask? Questions like these and many more can be downright frustrating at times. I was at the Indy 1500 Gun & Knife Show (the largest gun and knife show east of the Mississippi) this past weekend working my booth (Austin Originals) when a couple walked up to look at the grips on our table. As I approached them, the man asked if I could suggest a firearm for his wife. I’m always excited to help Read More >>