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.

Merlin Marauders CAS Match Announcement

I was recently contacted by Britt Ponsitt, the President of a local Southern Oregon Cowboy Action Shooting Clubs; the Merlin Marauders ( http://merlinmaraudercowboys.com ). Britt was interested in having me put together a video announcement, an “ad” or commercial, if you will, for their upcoming annual match; the 10th Annual Battle of Rogue River.

Here are the results of his request:

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Dutch Bros and Mustachios

My local Broista hooked me up with this Dutch Bros. Bumper Sticker that I had been wanting! They were out of stock at the Dutch Bros that me and my sidekick, Kookanadude, frequent on our weekend adventures. But this Broista, at the Rogue Valley Mall location, had one in his car and went and got it for me!
Very nice. Thanks Pard, my hat is off to ya.

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Speaking of Handle Bar Mustaches… I found this interesting coincidence when our posse stopped at J&D’s Family Diner in Yreka, CA for some grub. I found this hanging in the men’s outhouse when I went to wash-up.

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