The Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) recently named Action Target the official target manufacturer for their group of Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS) enthusiasts. This announcement runs in tandem with Action Target being named the official target manufacturer for the world’s largest single action shooting competition, End of Trail.
Action Target has worked with SASS for many years. Our targets have been used with increasing frequency at regional, state, and club shooting matches. Action Target is also the preferred target choice at other CAS events prompting Action Target to work with SASS World Champion, Gene “Evil Roy” Pearcey in developing the industry’s most portable, economical, durable, and independently reviewed steel target, the Evil Roy Practice Target . This innovative target has endured some of the most grueling and comprehensive torture tests, but performs flawlessly each and every time. Some of the most respected independent reviewers in the firearms industry, such as Nutnfancy, have tested and evaluated the Evil Roy, giving extremely positive reviews.
Evil Roy was instrumental in creating his target namesake. He has also been working with SASS in the development of rules, shooting stages, and weapon characteristics to include Wild Bunch Action Shooting as the opening stages of 2011’s End of Trail.
“Wild Bunch Action Shooting will employ the use of a 1911 pistol rather than single action revolvers, SASS legal pump shotguns, and lever-action rifles,” stated media contact and dedicated SASS member, Lamar “Coyote Calhoun” Shelnutt. “The idea for the equipment and dress used in the sport is based on the 1969 movie, ‘The Wild Bunch.’ SASS is proud to have a great relationship with Action Target that goes much deeper than just their high quality targets.”
The End of Trail main match took place last month at Founder’s Ranch, New Mexico. The competitors participated in twelve individual stages, shooting four stages per day. End of Trail is a four gun event where each shooter is required to perform using two six-guns, a rifle and a shotgun in each of the main match stages. Shooters are expected to fire up to ten pistol rounds, ten rifle rounds, and up to six shotgun rounds in each stage.
If you are looking for good family fun, then come see the SASS members shoot with weapons of the era while dressed in period attire during the End of Trail and other CAS events throughout the year!
For more information about SASS, the End of Trail, or Wild Bunch Action Shooting, please contact Lamar “Coyote Calhoun” Shelnutt or Misty “Misty Moonshine” Miller at (505) 843-1320.