Cowboy Action – Oregon Trail Regulators

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Discipline Director: Tim Roberts

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The Single Action Shooting Society is an international organization created to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting. Cowboys and cowgirls bring their period shooting irons to the range for some wild west fun. Whether you are a superstar Cowboy Action competitor, a beginner, or are just stuck in a previous century – you’ll love this group.

A unique aspect of SASS is the requirement placed on costuming. Each participant is urged to adopt a shooting alias appropriate to a character or profession of the late 19th century, a Hollywood Western star, or an appropriate character from fiction.

Many event participants gain more enjoyment from the costuming than from the shooting competition, itself. Regardless of a SASS member’s individual area of interest, SASS events provide regular opportunities for fellowship and fun with like-minded folks and families.

The Oregon Trail Regulators is the the oldest SASS affiliated club in Northeast Oregon, and we follow guidelines set forth by the SASS requirements (yet not set in stone for beginners). In addition to monthly meets, The Regulators host an annual match in July with a reputation as the best in the Northwest. Our annual match is announced via the Club newsletter.

Curriculum Director: Hank Vaughan (Jess Roberts) 541-910-4244

Territorial Governor: TJ Maverick (Tim Roberts) 541-571-4979

Founding Director: Wire Paladin (Mark Smith)

Schedule & Location

Third Saturday, March – August

100-Yard Range

Sign-up: 9:30am

Match time: 10am – 2pm

Fees & Participation

Match fees: $10; under age 18 free

Single action rifles and pistols

Contact Discipline Director for concerns or questions about requirements

Required/Recommended Gear

Eye and ear protection required

Firearms: single action revolvers, lever action rifles, and side-by-side double barreled, pre-1899 pump, or lever action shotguns; black powder

Costuming: Late 19th Century