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But... in 1993 or 4, some LSFSC members entered & rode in the Fort Worth Stock Show Parade...   I seem to recall we won something... but I don't remember what! :rolleyes: 

Nobody:

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Miss Hattie:

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Dallas Stoudenmire:

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and Griff:

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I'm sure there are more pics, but, I can't find 'em... 

 

 

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This was sent to me... 

 

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"The Marshals",  Gunfight Reenactment group, comprised of reenactors and SASS shooters at EoT, 1995 

 

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On ‎2‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 6:29 AM, McCandless said:

This was sent to me... 

 

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"The Marshals",  Gunfight Reenactment group, comprised of reenactors and SASS shooters at EoT, 1995 

 

This was my first end of trail, those were great times! I know some of these pards but forgot the names except the cowboy on the bottom left that's Mike Shellhart!   There sure were some fun stages back then. Von Dutch

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This video is not REAL old but the stage is old school!  

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Li'l B, Roseman, Buffalo Soldier and Buck 'n Wild at EoT 2000  

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Laughing Buffalo and Little River Scout, 2008

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Those pictures bring back memories of the old days.  I started in SASS in 1994... a lot of water under the bridge, and changes since then.

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Lieut. Charles B Gatewood and Kitty LaRue, EoT 2002

 

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Fort Miller, Madera CA 1999.  I had all my hair then, and it was still brown!

 

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The Grey Fox and Logan c.1986

 

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Logan 

 

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Judge Roy Bean, Clara McRae and R.J. Poteet at End of Trail, 1991 

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Judge Roy Bean, R.J.Poteet, Big Jake and Graybeard at the Arizona train to Grand Canyon

 

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Midway, Big Jake, U.S Grant, BB Gun, Tex, Cat Ballou, Wm Bruce, R J Poteet, Miss Lilly at the Grand Canyon

 

(photos courtesy of Craig Hanson)

 

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On ‎4‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 6:13 PM, Tuolumne Lawman 6127 said:

Fort Miller, Madera CA 1999.  I had all my hair then, and it was still brown!

 

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Bernie, the Fort Miller match is in Clovis, Ca. It is Bigger and Better than Ever. Third Weekend in April. If yer still getting around you owe it yourself to make a run at it.  

 

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When were the early days for SASS? I just want to know if I am concerned apart of those days. 

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9 minutes ago, Marshal Dillon said:

When were the early days for SASS? I just want to know if I am concerned apart of those days. 

I consider the early days to be everything before me.  So yeah, you are one of the old timers. :)

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I guess that it is all relative. For me, it is the Old Game and the New Game. At our club it's still the Early Days.

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On 3/31/2019 at 9:29 AM, Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217 said:

RIP Cactus Concha.

I miss her...and, yes, her friend from Texas that often helped her at a number of big matches....my, Miss Ann.

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On 5/15/2019 at 2:07 PM, Marshal Dillon said:

When were the early days for SASS? I just want to know if I am concerned apart of those days. 

 

On 5/15/2019 at 2:17 PM, Abilene, SASS # 27489 said:

I consider the early days to be everything before me.  So yeah, you are one of the old timers. :)

Whereas I consider you both newbies...:ph34r:

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Marshal Law SASS#854 and Lady Hawk SASS#855 circa early 1990s.jpg

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Hahaha!  Senior moment., I lived in MADERA then!  I may have to come down next year.  I consider the early days pre- 2000-2002 or so. They still had "The John Wayne Test" back then, most of the current stuff would not pass! LOL.  Mouse f@rt loads, Titanium firing pins, aluminum followers and short stroke kits ARE NOT from the early days. 

 

Rifle target would be 25-35 yards or more, pistol at 10-15 yards, and targets about 1/3 the size! Railroad Flat had a 50 yard bell in a bell tower.  Stages were scenarios with a script, props, and a theme.

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On ‎6‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 1:45 PM, Tuolumne Lawman 6127 said:

Hahaha!  Senior moment., I lived in MADERA then!  I may have to come down next year.  I consider the early days pre- 2000-2002 or so. They still had "The John Wayne Test" back then, most of the current stuff would not pass! LOL.  Mouse f@rt loads, Titanium firing pins, aluminum followers and short stroke kits ARE NOT from the early days. 

 

Rifle target would be 25-35 yards or more, pistol at 10-15 yards, and targets about 1/3 the size! Railroad Flat had a 50 yard bell in a bell tower.  Stages were scenarios with a script, props, and a theme.

Howdy..I still the ammo pouch you gave me 23 years ago

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On 6/15/2019 at 8:17 AM, Dusty Chambers Sass 4408L said:

Howdy..I still the ammo pouch you gave me 23 years ago

Glad you like it.  Was that a Dyer?  I'm getting old....

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On 6/20/2019 at 8:21 AM, Dusty Chambers Sass 4408L said:

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No joy on your link......

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Cowboy Mounted Shooter, Lily Rodgers with news commentator Paul Harvey, in the Superstition Mountains, AZ.  1989 

 

 

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I miss Paul Harvey.  In a crazy world with a lot of weird stuff in the news, it was a comfort to hear Paul's voice of reason on the radio at lunch time.

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22 minutes ago, McCandless said:

 

Cowboy Mounted Shooter, Lily Rodgers with news commentator Paul Harvey, in the Superstition Mountains, AZ.  1989 

 

 

 

My nickname for Lily has been "Smiley", always laughing and showing off those pearly whites!

 

 

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On 6/28/2019 at 2:26 PM, Marshal Hangtree said:

I miss Paul Harvey.  In a crazy world with a lot of weird stuff in the news, it was a comfort to hear Paul's voice of reason on the radio at lunch time.

 

If you miss his "Rest of the Story" stories, check out Mike Rowe's "The way I heard it"

 

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Australian Match Directors, Typton, SASS #10854 and Mad Dog, SASS #5399 at Winchester Roundup '98 

 

 

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I consider everything pre SASS wire as old days.  So 2000.

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Mad Dog, SASS #69 and James Brolin on

the set of 'Bad Jim' at Cowtown, Arizona 1990

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