The Cabs hold long range matches on the Third Sunday of each month at 9:00 am. Match fees are the same as cowboy fees.
There are five shooting classes available. Check with Rusty Shackleford if you need to validate what class your gun fits in and for more information.
Precision Big Bore Buffalo Rifle: Any 19th century pattern rifle, shooting a 19th century rifle cartridge caliber .375 or larger, with a 19th century pattern micrometer rear sight mounted on the rifle's tang.
Scope sighted, Big Bore Buffalo rifle: Any 19th century pattern rifle, shooting a 19th century rifle cartridge caliber .375 or larger, with a 19th century pattern scope sight mounted on the rifle's barrel.
Bolt Action Military Battle Rifle: Any country's issued bolt action battle rifle in the original configuration as when it left the government arsenal. The rifle is chambered in the original government configured cartridge with original government installed rear and front sights. No sniper rifles with glass optics.
Working Cowboy Saddle Rifle: Any 19th century pattern rifle or carbine, with a barrel mounted rear sight or an aperture sight mounted on the gun's action or tang, shooting a period correct 19th century rifle cartridge caliber.
SASS Main Match rifle: Any rifle and sight combination recognized as legal by SASS shooting a pistol caliber cartridge.
Lead bullets only in all guns, just like at a SASS match.
Smokeless Powder or Black Powder cartridge ammo welcomed.
Round Count for Long Range Shoot: 28 + practice loads.