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For our Snowbirds and International shooters - we sure do hope to see all of you this coming winter!  In case you plan to come before January 2022, you will find us at Cowtown.

 

 

Beginning in April, ACSA will be holding our monthly matches at Cowtown Shooting Range. This does not impact our schedule. Our matches will continue to be held on the second Saturday of every month. Reverend Lead Slinga will continue to write our stages for a fun match! Please visit Cowtown's website for address/location at ccsa-az.com.

This is a TEMPORARY move. Beginning January of 2022 we will be back at Ben Avery. The driving factor for this change was Ben Avery not allowing ACSA to shoot our matches from the common firing line. Requiring us to set up our steel at the back of the bays puts our participants in jeopardy as they would be down range from other user groups in parallel bays. The safety of our members and non-members is our utmost priority and not something we are willing to compromise on. Unfortunately, after months of communication at every level with Ben Avery, we are at an impasse.

You can reach out to any ACSA Board member for additional details. This change will be posted on Facebook, the ACSA Website and Forum, the SASS Wire and Kenny Reds Newsletter. A mass email is also being sent out. Please be sure to tell your fellow Cowboys in the event they don't have access to any of these sources of information.

A sincere thank you to Barbwire for being so gracious to allow us to hold our matches at Cowtown. Couldn't move forward without her

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17 hours ago, Lou Graham, # 26112 said:

The driving factor for this change was Ben Avery not allowing ACSA to shoot our matches from the common firing line. Requiring us to set up our steel at the back of the bays puts our participants in jeopardy as they would be down range from other user groups in parallel bays.

 

 

Do these bays have bearms between them?  If they are open is the back line berm the same for all bays?  What is the logic of this requirement?

 

Fordyce

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38 minutes ago, Fordyce Beals said:

Do these bays have bearms between them?  If they are open is the back line berm the same for all bays?  What is the logic of this requirement?

 

Fordyce

There is none that is the problem.

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Wonder if the National Championship and World Championship can all be in Oklahoma in 2022?;)

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6 hours ago, Yul Lose said:

Wonder if the National Championship and World Championship can all be in Oklahoma in 2022?;)

 

 

Too complex to explain here, but Winter Range/EOT are a different set of circumstances so they are unaffected.

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7 hours ago, Yul Lose said:

Wonder if the National Championship and World Championship can all be in Oklahoma in 2022?;)

For EOT (as has been past WR...the 'range' is 'ours' from set up to teardown...no others on it.

This won't be an issue for EOT ...

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8 minutes ago, Singin' Sue 71615 said:

For EOT (as has been past WR...the 'range' is 'ours' from set up to teardown...no others on it.

This won't be an issue for EOT ...

Good to know. Nowadays you don’t know what’s going to be locked up or where you’re going to be kicked out of.

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36 minutes ago, Yul Lose said:

Good to know. Nowadays you don’t know what’s going to be locked up or where you’re going to be kicked out of.

Agreed.

It could happen anywhere at anytime...

When you mix 'public' with sanctioned sports, in the same 'area'...well...

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