In my opinion The “Shooter’s View” is one of the best perspectives we can bring you on the show. That’s why we were so excited to bring you our review of the iVUE glasses last year. Unfortunately after doing some research, prompted by a comment, from Kris Kelly84 on YouTube we discovered that the iVUE glasses do not have a safety rating. And therefore are not something we want to wear on the firing line. We shoot lead bullets at steel targets in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting and there is a possibility of ricochets with that combination. That’s why it’s necessary to have protective eye wear anytime you are on or near the firing line.

So, we went back to the drawing better and did some better research and discovered that the PivotHead Smart Glasses have an “American National Standards Institute” (or ANSI) Z87.1 Safety Certification. Now we can bring you the great “first-person shooter” views on our JED iTV episodes!

Check out our full review here: PivotHead Smart Glasses Review

Kookanadude Graduates North Medford High School Class of 2017

Yep. And they actually used her SASS Alias when they called her for her diploma! Kookanadude made a big impression with both the students and the staff at North Medford High School. And she made sure everyone she interacted with knew she was a member of the Single Action Shooting Society and a competitor in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting.

A lot of her SASS pards, near and far, weren’t able to attend her graduation ceremony so we wanted to bring it to you, as well as a little bit of the shooting she did that very same day!

If you like it, please give Kook a thumbs-up by clicking that “LIKE” button out on YouTube. And, while you are there, leave a comment for our Cowboy Action Shooting graduate!
Thanks!!

#MarshalOnTheMove

I was playing around on Instagram, and I came across a post by the SINGLE ACTION SHOOTING SOCIETY. Their post had a picture of the SASS Marshall and said; “The sass Marshal loves to travel, and meet new people. Like this photo if you want the Marshal to show up at your door! We will pick 10 Winners”

Well, I “LIKED” the picture and this is what I won!

#MarshalOnTheMove

TRUE GRIT Cowboy Action Shooting Match Review Part 3

Here is JED iTV’s final installment of the 3-Part TRUE GRIT Cowboy Action Shooting Match Review.

This episode features stages shot by Jed I. (shot from 3 separate camera angles)
Bear Bone Smith, High Road, Powder River Rose and Irish Thayer (on the JED iTV Hat-Cam)!

I hope you enjoy it! In the next couple of weeks I’ll be posting video from this year’s Oregon State Cowboy Action Shooting Championship match! I will include video from all 12 stages, with footage from all 15 shooters on my posse, as well as highlights from all the other activities we managed to catch on video. There is hours of footage to go thru (70 gigs worth!!) and get it narrowed down to the “best of times” for JED iTV. So, stay tuned!!

TRUE GRIT Part 2

This is Part 2 of JED iTV’s three-part review of the Umpqua Regulators’ Annual “TRUE GRIT” Cowboy Action Shooting Match. This video series, shot in Roseburg, Oregon, features a review of all 10 stages of this unique match.
This episode features stages shot by; Jed I. Knight, Big Boy Brown, Riverdog, Purgatory Smith, Festus Thayer and Col. Cornelius Gilliam.
We introduce all of the Single Action Shooting Society member’s that shot on the Posse with our host, Jed I. Knight. All shooting styles and speeds are represented in this video!
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TRUE GRIT Cowboy Action Shooting Match Review Part 1

This is Part 1 of JED iTV’s three-part review of the Umpqua Regulators’ Annual “TRUE GRIT” Cowboy Action Shooting Match. This video series, shot in Roseburg, Oregon, features a review of all 10 stages of this unique match.  We introduce all of the Single Action Shooting Society member’s that shot on the Posse with our host, Jed I. Knight. All shooting styles and speeds are represented in this video!

For more information on the Single Action Shooting Society and Cowboy Action Shooting, as well as Cowboy Mounted Shooting please subscribe to our channel; JED iTV. We bring you weekly Wild West Infotainment!

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Battle of Rogue River Review

Howdy All,

Here is my first attempt at “reviewing” a Cowboy Action Shooting match. My concept was to provide the host club, in this case The Merlin Marauders, a product that would, perhaps, lure potential shooters to their match. While at the same time providing folks that are new to Cowboy Action Shooting, or considering the sport, an opportunity to see what it would be like to attend a large Annual Match. This footage covers everything from the shooters packet, to a preview of all 10 Stages to the Top-Gun shoot-off and much more.

The videos are meant to be fun (and at times down-right funny), educational, entertaining and informative (I call it Wild West Infotainment).

Each video runs about 15 minutes, which is about the same length of time as a television program would be. And, I think the quality of the footage and the content is more entertaining than a lot of what is on The Tube nowadays. But, that’s my opinion and I’m biased about this stuff. So, I wanna know what you think.

Part 1:

Part 2:

Do you like the format?

Is there something(s) that you’d like to see more of?

Is there something(s) that you’d like to see less of?

Battle of Rogue River in Merlin, Oregon

The 10th Annual Battle of Rogue River is in the history books! 

  
 I had a great time, saw some of my old Pards and made some new ones. 

 
I won a shotgun, took 1st Place in Frontier Cartridge Gunfighter, was voted Best Dressed Gentleman and, at 12th Place Overall, I was the highest placing Black Powder shooter at the match. 

 

A funny story; I actually sold this shotgun to the cowpoke that donated it to the Battle of Rogue River match as a Shooter Prize. I ended up selling it to “Hot Rod” Rodney, whom you may remember from JED iTV’s “Trying it Out” series. 

Speaking of JED iTV, a full review of the Match is posted on their YouTube channel. Here is a preview of what you can expect in that review:
  

TRUE GRIT Cowboy Action Shooting Match hosted by the Umpqua Regulators

The TRUE GRIT Cowboy Action Shooting match is held annually by the Roseburg, Oregon Single Action Shooting Society Club, the Umpqua Regulators. Each stage, evilly hand-crafted by Buckshot Pete, requires 50-rounds of ammo! The shooter will be required to have FOUR Single Action revolvers, TWO Lever-Action Rifles and ONE shotgun (with a belt full of shotgun ammo at the ready).

Fifty rounds, minimum, of ammunition goes down range on each of the 10 stages over the course of two days.

The shooters will be well nourished by the provided lunches, Saturday and Sunday, and the catered dinner Saturday night! Relax, when you’re off the shooting line, in lush, free camping, down by the Umpqua River.