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We have over 60 NEW TO BORDERTOWN SHOOTERS this year! 

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1 hour ago, TN Mongo, SASS #61450 said:

Lizard,

 

Luckily, I'm traveling with another shooter who has attended many times.  We're driving and since I will be retired (U.S. history teacher) then,  I'm looking forward to "soaking in" as much as possible of a part of the country I have never visited.

And there is a lot of history in that area and even into NM area...Get it all...

 

Welcome to retirement..

 

Texas Lizard

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4 minutes ago, LostVaquero said:

Just curious how many been to all twenty?

I can say for sure not me...I have only been in the about 12 years...Before that raising kids and no money...No kids and a little more money...

 

Texas Lizard

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1 hour ago, LostVaquero said:

Just curious how many been to all twenty?

Well, none of the new shooters.........

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Howdy Pards,

 

We have updated the Bordertown website with the latest shooter lists, and we have sent out all of the confirmation e-mails. If you did not receive a confirmation, or if we did not respond to your request for a change to your registration, please let me know.

 

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16 minutes ago, C.N. Double said:

Howdy Pards,

 

We have updated the Bordertown website with the latest shooter lists, and we have sent out all of the confirmation e-mails. If you did not receive a confirmation, or if we did not respond to your request for a change to your registration, please let me know.

 

Impressive list...Any break down as to who is shooting what or how many in each...Or where they are from...

 

Texas Lizard

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6 minutes ago, Texas Lizard said:

Impressive list...Any break down as to who is shooting what or how many in each...Or where they are from...

Well, we usually don't publish that information. It keeps things... interesting. B)

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33 minutes ago, C.N. Double said:

Well, we usually don't publish that information. It keeps things... interesting. B)

I will wait for the surprize....

 

Texas Lizard

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Q: Newbie question:  how many of the bigger matches have RV accommodations?

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4 minutes ago, bgavin said:

Q: Newbie question:  how many of the bigger matches have RV accommodations?

Your question probably deserves a new thread.  Many matches allow dry camping on range and some have numerous RV sites.  A few (for example Land Run) have electric and and water hookups.  The New Mexico Championship this year will have paved RV parking with electric hookups and nearby water.  Some matches are located in resort areas (for example the 4-Corners Regional) that have plenty of nearby RV camping with full hookups at commercial and government-owned parks.  End-of-Trail, the international championship and Winter Range, the national championship have both onsite camping and nearby RV Parks.  Naturally any onsite camping with utilities is in high demand.  Bordertown, the subject of this thread has limited onsite camping but nearby RV parks with full hookups.  At Bordertown my family stays at the Tombstone Territories RV park - mere ten minute drive from the shooting range.  There are other RV parks in and around Tombstone.

 

RVing fits in very well with the CAS sport.  Major matches have been described as RV rallys built around a shooting match.  There is much socializing in camping areas after the guns are cleaned.

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Updates for our "new" Plainsman match--

 

This year's Plainsman side match is sponsored by SliX-Prings and SliX-Shot Nipples. The Plainsman categories include Modern Men, Modern Senior Men, Traditional Men, Traditional Senior Men, and Ladies (any age/rifle). The "modern" category allows any SASS-legal Plainsman rifle, but the "traditional" category prohibits the use of an ejector in the rifle -- detailed category rules.

 

Don't forget to check the Bordertown website regularly for future updates. Even though the main CAS match is full, you can still sign up for any of the side events (including the warm-up).

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10 hours ago, C.N. Double said:

Updates for our "new" Plainsman match--

 

This year's Plainsman side match is sponsored by SliX-Prings and SliX-Shot Nipples. The Plainsman categories include Modern Men, Modern Senior Men, Traditional Men, Traditional Senior Men, and Ladies (any age/rifle). The "modern" category allows any SASS-legal Plainsman rifle, but the "traditional" category prohibits the use of an ejector in the rifle -- detailed category rules.

 

Don't forget to check the Bordertown website regularly for future updates. Even though the main CAS match is full, you can still sign up for any of the side events (including the warm-up).

Interesting set of rules for Plainman match....Just wonder whos handy work that was...

 

Texas Lizard

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