Episode 79 – July 1, September 30 Jasmine Jessie Cowboys heads to Georgia to spend time with one of the greatest women shooters ever. Jasmine Jessie aka Jessica Abbate not only captured the Cowboy world, but as a member of Team Glock has won every award there is to win. Jasmine Jessie shares her secret. […]
The National Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting draws more than 1,100 competitors from 42 states and six foreign countries.
On this first episode of Shooting Gallery Season 14, it is modern against old as in IDPA against SASS Wild Bunch.
We visit Doug Turnbull who does magic with guns. In this video, we look at the production of the SASS Wild Bunch 1911 and other restoration guns.
SASS is proud to announce that the 11th installment of the SASS Convention and Wild WEst Christmas will take place December 4-8, 2013 in Branson, Missouri.
In this episode, Shooting Gallery travels to Tombstone, Arizona, to revisit the Gunfight at the OK Corral. With the help of Phil Spangenberger, Sheriff Jim Wilson and Larry Mudgett, we take a look at the gunfight from a different perspective. Watch Trailer and Check Airtimes here…
The Single Action Shooting Society Congratulates World Championship Winners Jim Finch, Terri Galpin, Chance Koch and Heather Kresser.Featured, OCF, SASS News Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
FOUNDERS RANCH, EDGEWOOD, NM. The 3rd annual World Championship of Wild Bunch Action Shooting® shook things up during the 30th annual End of Trail. The Single Action Shooting Society send its congratulations to the World Champions outlined below. Chance Koch, aka Last Chance Morales, SASS# 67180 of Redmond, Oregon proved his grit at the age […]
How did the perfect revolver for its time end up in second place? We look at the Smith & Wesson Top Break, a classic American revolver used by Frank and Jesse James, Annie Oakley, Bill Tilghman and Buffalo Bill . Gun experts you’ll meet in this episode: Larry Potterfield, Jim Supica, Jason Schubert, Dr. Jack […]
In this episode of Gun Stories, it is all about Samuel Colt and his invention of the revolver that changed the world. The ability to fire five or six rounds without reloading made a huge difference in the history of firearms. Sam Colt set a standard, but his 1873 Single Action Army was a model […]