Monday, April 4, 2011

Wartrace Regulators April 2 Cowboy Match

It has been a long cold Winter and God Blessed us with a beautiful day, and 67 Cowboys and Cowgirls took advantage of it. We had cowboys from Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi and a few of our East Tennessee pards joined us in a day of trying to keep Blue Boy out of trouble.

Before the Safety Meeting Papa Dave gave out Award Certificates from our last match. I gave out a special Award to the Wartrace Regulator who shot the most "Clean Matches" in 2010. That Award went to Deadwood Miner. When I started searching the match results to see who our winner was, I discovered that I had "O" Clean Matches at Wartrace in 2010, so far 2011 is not looking any better.

After the Awards were finished Papa Dave had a brief Safety Meeting and Sergeant Shooter offered a prayer and led us in the Pledge.

Whiskey wrote some fun and fast stages including the Corral with a rifle and a pistol knock down as well as a clay bird to shoot. We also shot the Line Shack, Cemetery, Livery Stable and Fort Sweeney. We had 4 posses, I was on posse 2 and I have to thank everyone for making our posse so much fun. Everyone worked and made for a smooth running posse. We had the pleasure of having 2 East Tennessee Gunfighters on our posse, we don't have many Gunfighters shoot with us and they are fun to watch. I also have to thank Yak for bringing Campo Kid down to shoot with us, this Junior shooter is fast and a great person.

Papa Dave was our Top Gun for the day, followed by Campo Kid, Sean Clancy O'Conall, Buck Dodgers and Marshall W.D. rounded out the Top 5. I think it is interesting that we had an Elder Statesman 1st, a Junior 2nd and had 9 Categories represented in the Top 10. I think that proves, at least at Wartrace, that no one Category has the best shooters.

As always I'd also like to congratulate the shooters who shot "Clean Matches"; Birdgun Quail, Buxom Boo, Col. John W. Reed, Moon, Papa Dave, Papa Oso and Sean Clancy O'Conall.

I'd also like to welcome our newest Wartrace Regulator Buffalo Red Rock.

A Big thanks to Birdgun Quail for taking over 700 pictures.

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The next match at Wartrace will be the Tennessee Wild Bunch State Championship April 30 2011.

Until next time Shoot Straight and may all your shots hit steel.

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