The Cowford Regulators are a SASS affiliated Cowboy Single Action Shooting Discipline. They shoot single action revolvers, double barrel shotguns, pistol caliber lever rifles and other guns from the old west period of about 1850 to 1900. Matches are held usually on the fourth Sunday of the month at the Gateway Multi-purpose range and usually consist of five stages. Sign up starts about 8am and match begins about 9am. Cost is $10 for SASS members, and $12 for others.
Ammo: Usually about 60 rounds pistol, 60 rounds rifle, and one or two boxes of shotgun shells 7-1/2 size shot or smaller. Bullets must be non jacketed lead!
Guns: Pistols are often Ruger Vaqueros, Colt Clones, and other fixed site and adjustable site single action revolvers. Rifles are often Winchester ‘94, Marlin Cowboy, Henry’s, Yellowboys, Rossi lever guns, etc. Shotguns can be side by side coach guns, Winchester pumps with exposed hammer (1897), and mule ear shotguns.
Dress: Minimum shooter dress of long sleeve shirt, jeans, boots, and cowboy hat. No dress requirement for spectators.
For more information on the Cowford Stampede please contact our annual match director, Deadwood Jake (a.k.a. Bob Harris) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information: Call Jay Ault at 778-4184/JAYAULT@aol.com or visit the Cowford Regulator's web site by clicking here.