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Board Members
Updated 3/6/2007

Roop County Cowboy Shooters Association
PO Box 5088
Sparks, NV. 89432-5088

 

 

 

Club Contact - E-mail
Russ T. Chambers

(775) 747-1426

Monthly Shoot

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Fanny's Gold Hill Brunch

Pictures Mothers Day Shoot May 07

Photo's of recent shoots can be found at Kate's Corner

Next Shoot
February 10th, 2008

 

Camping is allowed,  so, come out, help set up and camp.   Sign Up at 9:00 am.  Shooter's meeting at 9:30 am. Shooting beginning at 10:00 a.m.   

WHERE:

Washoe County Regional Shooting Facility.  22 miles North of Sparks on Pyramid Lake Highway.

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What is Roop County

 

Membership Application

 

RCCSA REGISTRATION (PDF)

Roop County Register

(Print the newsletter using PDF)

December 2007 (PDF)

January 2008 (PDF)

Roop County Days 2007
Held On

September 28-30

Overall Winners  Class Winners 

Pictures and story by Carson Kate

Roop County Days 2005

Scores & Pictures

Roop County Days 2006

Scores

Pictures Posted
(Pictures by Carson Kate)

WHAT ARE WE????

Relive the OLD WEST! Cowboy action shooting is a multi-faceted shooting sport in which contestants compete with firearms (authentic or replicas) typical of those used in taming of the Old West. This is fun shooting, not precision, target shooting!  and no fast draw.  But you might want to be good with a knife and lucky with cards.

** EYE AND EAR PROTECTION MANDATORY **

Rules and procedures follow those of the International Single Action Shooting Society, who produce END OF TRAIL,  the World Championships of Cowboy Action Shooting:

SASSŪ Shooters Handbook

ALL ARE WELCOME


Cowboys (and girls), Mountain Men, Saloon Dandies, Civil War Veterans, Indians, U.S. Cavalry, Gold Miners, City Dudes, Dance Hall Gals, Gamblers, lawmen, Silver Screen Heros.

This 630 acre shooting complex is comprised of six ranges that serve the shooting needs of the public, law enforcement and regional military units.

The Public Range is open FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, AND MONDAY FROM 7:00 AM TO 5:00 PM IN SUMMER AND FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, AND MONDAY FROM 8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM IN WINTER.  Adults $4.00/day, Juniors $1.00/day, and annual passes for $75.00.

 

Clothing

Period dress 1860-1900, or your favorite John Wayne or "B-grade" movie personality.

Guns:

Handgun
Single action cartridge revolver. 32 cal or Back power percussion revolver .36 cal or larger capable of firing 5 shots.
Rifle
Iron sighted, tube magazine, external hammer, lever or slide action. 25 Cal or larger center fire pistol calibers only.
Shotgun
Side-by-side, non-auto ejector, 20 gauge or larger.  Pre-1900 external hammer pump or lever shotguns are acceptable.

 

Ammunition

Handgun
Lead only.  1000 fps maximum. No jacketed bullets!
Rifle
Lead only.  1400 fps maximum.  No jacketed bullets!
Shotgun
Lead shot only - #4 or smaller. No steel shot, no magnums, no buckshot.


FEES

There is a $11.00 charge for members, $16.00 for non members.  This is for normal range fees and to replace steel action targets, and  an additional $1.00 lead recovery fee imposed by the county.  

 

 

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