17 Cowgirls, Cowboys and Wild Bunch shooters rode into Wartrace to keep an innocent man from hanging at the Gallows, stop a horse thief at the Line Shack, blow off some steam at Graftons, bury your horse at the Cemetery and stop a claim jumper at Wells Fargo Bank.
It rained early but blew out well before we started shooting and stayed dry till long after we finished. The rain blew out but the wind stayed, by the time my posse got to the Cemetery the wind had to be at least 25 mph, but at least it was dry.
We had 11 Cowboy shooters and 6 Wild Bunch. We were able to have a Wild Bunch posse with only 6 because all guns can be cleared on the firing line.
Randy Saint Eagle was the Top Gun for the Cowboys, followed by Ben T. Iron, Sheriff Frank Canton, Yak and Sunflower Kid rounded out the top 5. Congratulations to Randy Saint Eagle, Reno Mustang and Sheriff Frank Canton for shooting Clean Matches.
Papa Dave was the Wild Bunch Top Gun, followed by Frank Buckshot and Lead Bone rounded out the top 3. Congratulations to Papa Oso for shooting a Clean Match.
The Cowboys shot the same stages as the December 1st match and Papa Dave rewrote the stages for Wild Bunch. You can't compare the times because the Wild Bunch shot more rounds than the Cowboys.
I'd like to thank Yak and Lead Bone for making the trip down from Kentucky to shoot with us and hopefully they'll come back again soon. Also thanks to Jersey Brat for doing the scoring, hopefully by spring she'll be shooting with us.
Scores when available
Videos taken by Buckshot Peterson
The next match at Wartrace will be the January 5th Cowboy match. This time of year the weather could be bad so check out our Cold Weather Policy.
We have been blessed to have another fine Cowboy Action Shooting year at Wartrace and hope to see everyone in 2013.
Merry Christmas and Happy Trails until we meet again.
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