Range Rules
 

EYE AND EAR PROTECTION REQUIRED WHEN ON OR NEAR THE FIRING LINE. THIS APPLIES TO SPECTATORS AND SHOOTERS ALIKE.

 

EVERYONE IS A RANGE OFFICER AND MUST PROMOTE SAFETY. IF AN UNSAFE CONDITION EXISTS, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT IT IS CORRECTED, OR IF IMMEDIATE ATTENTION IS REQUIRED, TO CAUSE A CEASE FIRE.

 

THIS IS AN OPEN ACTION RANGE. ACTIONS MUST BE OPEN AT ALL TIMES WHEN NOT ACTUALLY SHOOTING.

 

FIREARMS MUST NEVER BE POINTED AT ANYONE. BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL OF MUZZLE DIRECTION. NEVER “SWEEP” ANYONE WITH THE MUZZLE OF YOUR GUN.

 

LOADED GUNS WILL HAVE THE HAMMER DOWN ON AN EMPTY CHAMBER OR WITH SHOTGUNS, THE ACTION WILL BE OPEN. SHOTGUNS WILL NOT BE LOADED BEFORE THAT PART OF THE STAGE REQUIRING THEM. SHOTGUNS ARE ALWAYS LOADED ON THE CLOCK. 

 

WHEN THE RANGE IS HOT, DO NOT GO BEYOND THE FIRING LINE UNLESS THE APPROPRIATE FLAGS OR COMMANDS HAVE BEEN GIVEN TO INSURE IT IS SAFE TO DO SO.

 

NO ALCOHOL ON THE RANGE UNTIL ALL GUNS HAVE BEEN PUT AWAY.

FAQs

WHAT IS SASS?

Sass is the Single Action Shooting Society is an international organization created to preserve and promote the fast growing sport of Cowboy Action Shooting™. SASS endorses Regional matches conducted by affiliated clubs and annually produces END of TRAIL, the World Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting & Wild West Jubilee™. Cowboy Action Shooting™ is a multifaceted amateur shooting sport in which contestants compete with firearms typical of those used in the taming of the Old West: single action revolvers; lever action rifles; and side by side double barreled, pre-1899 pump, or lever action shotguns. The shooting competition is staged in a unique, characterized, Old West style.

HOW OFTEN DO YOU SHOOT?

The Green Mountain Regulators shoot monthly on the fourth Saturday of the month. We also hold an annual Regulator's Revenge Match and many themed matches throughout the year. There are a few other SASS Affiliated clubs in nearby in Central Texas (as well as all over the rest of the United States), and we encourage everyone to get the most out of the Cowboy Action experience by visiting other clubs as well. Someone is always shooting somewhere.

 

The Green Mountain Regulators Long Range shots the fourth Sunday of the month.

 

**Non-members and Guests are required to sign a Release of Liability Waver.

WHY USE ALIASES AND COSTUMING?

One of the unique aspects of SASS approved Cowboy Action Shooting™ is the requirement placed on costuming. Each participant is required to adopt a shooting alias appropriate to a character or profession of the late 19th century, a Hollywood western star, or an appropriate character from fiction. Their costume is then developed accordingly. Many event participants gain more enjoyment from the costuming aspect of our sport than from the shooting competition, itself. Regardless of a SASS member's individual area of interest, SASS events provide regular opportunities for fellowship and fun with like-minded folks and families.

WHAT KIND OF FIREARMS CAN I USE?

The firearms used in the matches are 2 single action revolvers, a pistol caliber lever-action rifle, and either a Winchester 1897 pump, or double barrel shotgun (usually one of the coach gun styles).   Most of the guns used are replicas of actual firearms from the 1800s time period.   You will also need "leather" (holsters for your pistols, and cartridge belts for pistol and shotgun ammo) and a gun cart for moving your equipment around the range at matches.   Lots of options available here as well.   GMR has a couple of loaner gun carts and holsters available for use until you decide what you want.

 

If you're going to purchase equipment, we recommend coming to see a match first.   You can learn a lot by talking to experienced shooters, who are usually very willing to help.   There are lots of gun choices and it is recommended to shoot some of the different types so you can find what works for you before invesing in guns.   These conversations and test firing some options can keep a new shooter from buying equipment that really doesn't suit his, or her, needs.

WHAT IS SPIRIT OF THE GAME?

As the game of Cowboy Action Shooting™ has evolved, our members have developed and adopted an attitude towards their participation called "The Spirit of the Game." It is a code by which we live. Competing in "The Spirit of the Game" means you fully participate in what the competition asks. You try your best to dress the part, use the appropriate competition tools, and respect the traditions of the Old West. Some folks would call it nothing more than good sportsmanship. We call it "Spirit of the Game."

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Welcome to Green Mountain Regulators

Founded September 20, 2006

We are a SASS affiliated club located north west of Austin, TX. We are located at 14230 S. FM 1174, Marble Falls, TX 78654. We are east of Marble Falls off of FM 1174 in Burnet County.

(For Google Map, click here)

GPS: 30.58412567320916, -98.11274886131286

8am sign-in, hammers down at 9am

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