Posts Tagged ‘Pine Ridge Regulators’

Cowboy Shooting Part 2

Wow!  Another month and another cowboy shoot.  Last month we talked some about what cowboy shooting is, where you can find information about it and the types of handguns that can be used.  I told you that I’d talk about rifles this month and I’m going to throw in some on the shotgun.  I use a Rossi, Model 92.  And, I use the same caliber as my handguns a .44.   Using the same caliber allows for no mistakes with the ammo and firearm.  Trust me, that’s important. According to the SASS, Single Action Shooting Society handbook, the rifles “must be original or replicas of Read More >>

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 >>