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The second and fourth Saturdays of each month. Matches start at 9:30 am. Registration is one hour before match start. The mandatory safety briefing at match start time with shooting starting immediately thereafter. The May match will be the NC Shooting Sports Games match.


Greg Kehle at 919-733-3679 in Raleigh, NC, e-mail .


Match is open to the public and to all interested cowboys/girls. Single Action Shooting Society (S.A.S.S.) membership is highly encouraged but is not mandatory.


Cowboy classification is determined by the type of single-action pistol used: modern, adjustable sights; traditional (Colts/Colt clones); duelist (one handed shooters); black powder; black powder cartridge, ladies, and juniors (age 12 - 17). Wild Bunch is determined by the modifications done to a 1911 pistol.


Current S.A.S.S. rules apply. The Spirit of the Game is mandatory. All cowboys/girls will wear cowboy hats, long sleeve shirts and long pants or dresses for ladies, and cowboy boots or leather boots (if a disability exists). Ear and eye protection for competitors/spectators are mandatory. The match is held on a "cold range." Guns are loaded and unloaded only at designated tables. All questions are to be directed to the match director. For additional information about the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) or Wild Bunch, you can check out their web site at



At least have one (1) but it is best to have two (2) S.A.S.S. approved single action pistols (Colt, Colt-clones, Ruger, etc.); one (1) lever action pistol caliber only rifle (Winchester 66, 73, 92, 94, Marlins, Italian copies - S.A.S.S. approved); and a shotgun (double without auto-ejectors or pumps with exposed hammer (e.g., Winchester 97 or similar)).

Wild Bunch

One 1911 pistol (.45 ACP), a Winchester 1897 pump shotgun in 12 ga., and a lever action rifle as in Cowboy in a pistol caliber of .40 or above (.38-40, .44-40, .44 Special/Mag., .45 Colt).

Course of Fire

Six (6) scenarios will be available at each match. An explanation of each scenario will be made before shooting the event.

Entry Fee

SWGC Members: $10.00 per competitor, Non-Member: $15.00 per competitor. Juniors (12 - 17) shoot free if accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Make checks payable to: Sir Walter Gun Club, Inc. (SWGC)

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