Fantasy gunfighting has never enjoyed as much popularity as it does today. This one-of-a-kind guide offers complete coverage of the sport from the top experts and personalities in the field. Well-known Single-Action Shooting Society (SASS) member Judge Roy Bean provides background information on Cowboy Action Shooting in The Spirit of the Game, and chapters from other experts, including Getting Started and Dressing the Part a Choosing Your Alias provide help for beginners.All aspects of the sport are covered in the feature articles, including shooting techniques, how to choose a gun, stage setup and more! Shooting experts will gain more insight into the field and beginners will learn everything they need to know from this detailed guide. A valuable reference section in the latter part of the book contains a comprehensive catalog of equipment and suppliers for everything players will need.- Reviews rules for the two main Cowboy Action Shooting organizations (SASS and National Congress of Old West Shootists)- Contains a directory of events around the country- Lists magazines, books and videos for shooting enthusiastsThe external hammer was manually cocked, and it featured an adjustable sight. ... The finish was blued with checkered walnut stock. ... Standard Model Navy Revolver Exactly the same as the First Model without the safety device. ... Boston, Massachusetts The history of American Arms is rather sketchy, but it appears the company was formed in l853 as the G. H. Fox Co. and then became the American anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Gun Digest Book of Cowboy Action Shooting|
|Author||:||John Taffin, Kevin Michalowski|
|Publisher||:||Gun Digest Books - 2005-04-24|