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Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« on: December 12, 2007, 08:52:28 PM »
Frontier Action Shooting in BC comes under the umbrella of WCFSS, The Western Canadian Frontier Shootist Society.  Their website is;

http://www.wcfss.com/   

The editor of The EXPRESS is Mike "Purple Foot" Cianci  250 376 1386        m.cianci@shaw.ca

Local clubs are;

VICTORIA FRONTIER SHOOTISTS COMMITTEE          Chris Jones "Teacher C."       cdljones@shaw.ca
     shoot org;  Kevin VanCleemput   250 479 4276

RED MOUNTAIN RENEGADES (Mission BC)      www.rustywood.ca
     shoot org.  "41 Colt Bob"   604 929 0178

HEFLEY CREEK REGULATORS (Kamloops BC)
     shoot org;   Doug Berkey   250 579 5819


Updated 10 Feb 08
Quesnel 
     Contact;  Steve.Lemke@gov.bc.ca
     Schedule;  Third Sunday, 10:00am, after safety meeting, and every second Wednesday at 6:00 pm 'til dark

Updated 3 Jan 08;
THE VALLEY REGULATORS (Courtney BC)   http://www.valleyregulators.com/
Phil Peterson  "High Country Amigo" 250 334 3479  <keanauto@shaw.ca>
Jolean Wilson "Victoria Diamond" 250 656 2520
Club Shoot, EVERY third Saturday of each month.  Safety meeting @ 8:45 am

Updated 12 Jan 08; 
Dogwood Dino is well on the way to starting a northern posse in Mackenzie.  He is the big guy in the old hat, or was it the old guy in the big hat?
http://mackfishgame.mackenzie.tzo.com:45227/ click on "shooting" & "photogallery"...  Or PM "Dogwood Dino"

Updated 31 Jan 8;
Cranbrook & District Rod & Gun Club  Call Debbie @ 250 421 8441  <gunlady1@telus .net>

As more, and more accurate contacts come in, this post will be updated. 

If you are unable to connect with any of the clubs, PM Sir Charles deMoutonBlack
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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2007, 08:58:52 PM »
2008 Cowboy Action Match Dates
 
March Mayhem March 2nd  Judge Bill Spinks  604-526-0836 Mission
 
Malahat Ridge Shoot  February 3rd  Teacher C.  250-478-2411 Victoria
 
April Ambush April 6th  Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-0836 Mission
 
Nimrod / Buffalo Shoot  April 12th & 13th  Teacher C.  250-478-2411 Victoria
 
Hefley Creek Ice Breaker T.B.A.  Doug Berkey 250-579-5819 Kamloops
 
May Massacre May 4th  Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-0836 Mission

Shootout at the Ridge
    8th Annual May 23rd thru 25th Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-0836 Mission

June Justice June 8th  Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-08368 Mission

Palmer's Gulch
 July 4th - 7th  Doug Berkey 250-579-5819 Kamloops
 
July Jamboree July 6th Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-08368 Mission
 
Showdown in the Valley
Vancouver Island Invitational  July 19th  High Country Amigo 250-334-3479 Courtenay
 
Wild West Days  T.B.A.  Into Buffalo  306-410-6869 Custer, WA, USA
 
August Call-out August 10th Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-0836 Mission

Headquartes Shoot  August 23rd & 24th  Teacher C.  250-478-2411 Victoria
 
SASS Canadian  Regional Championship Aug 28th thru Aug 31st High Country Amigo  250-334-3479 Courtenay
Registration @ Vendor tables Joleen Wilson "Victoria Diamond" 250 656 2520 <joleanw@telus.net>
 
September Stampede  September 7th Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-08368 Mission
 
Hefley Creek Fall Wind Up T.B.A. Doug Berkey 250-579-5819 Kamloops
 
Oktoberfest Schuetzen October 5th Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-0836 Mission

Bunkhouse Shoot  November 2nd Teacher C.  250-478-2411 Victoria

November Round-up November 9th Judge Bill Spinks 604-526-0836 Mission



 

 
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without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2007, 08:34:15 AM »
Sir Charles......thanks for the time table for 2008.

Last Easter at the gun show in Calgary, I met a gentleman from Cranbrook, BC who stated that they had just started a cowboy action shooting club in that city (2007) and to come on down.  Unfortunately, I didn't get any more info regarding this at the time.

Have you heard anything regarding this club? 

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2007, 10:32:04 PM »
BCLD:  Cranbrook is an interesting place.  It is very near Wildhorse Creek,  the first Kootenay gold rush.  Fisherville was the precurser to Noname City, as the miners burnt it down to follow the gold under the town when all else failed.  There was a real gunfight there in 1862 and vigilanty action followed, until the Magistrate arrived.  A posse of miners followed "One Eared Charlie" to the Bonners Ferry area & filled him full of Buckshot for killing a BC Provincial.  Fort Steele followed later when an Indian was falsely accused of a killing actually perpetrated by the local big rancher.  Sam Steele set up a mountie post but it was abandoned when the indian scare blew over.  Now the remains are an Historic site.

To the point, alll info is welcome but I'll folla up next year.  I'm off to lay a wreath at the grave of J Wes Hardin!
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With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2007, 09:47:51 AM »
Been to Ft Steele many times, Ol' Sam Steele reminds me of Hank Snow's song "I've been everywhere man"

If you follow Sam's trails, he has just about covered all of the Canadian prairies and most of it looking through a horses ears.  :)
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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2007, 05:34:15 PM »
And a lot of South Africa, (Lord Strathcona's Horse), and WWI where Sam was a brigade Commander.
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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
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With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #6 on: December 23, 2007, 08:31:21 PM »
I had an interesting situation regarding an apparent error in Sam Steele's "Forty Years in Canada", when I visited Ft Walsh in 2002. It was regarding the Terry Commission and Sitting Bull at Ft Walsh.

As soon as the Christmas rush is over I'll post it.  With apologies to the Director, John Ford....when the legend becomes fact, print the legend.  In this case it was ...when the legend becomes fact, print the fact.

Merry Christmas
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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #7 on: January 03, 2008, 08:08:30 PM »
I just received via email, my Shoot invitation to the SASS Regional in Courtney 28 - 31 Aug 08

It is being hosted by The Valley Regulators in Courtney BC.  I have updated the CLUB CONTACT post acccordingly
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Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #8 on: January 31, 2008, 10:04:58 PM »
I did make contact with the R&G in Cranbrook.  There is a posse, but their marshal, Don Michalski is a bit preoccupied at the moment.  I was unable to obtain their schedule, but will keep on top of it

Cranbrook & District Rod & Gun Club
mail;  109 Cranbrook St, Cranbrook BC V1C 3P8
range; 5461 Mission, Ft Steele Rd

Pres. Debbie;  250 421 8441      email;  gunlady1@telus.net
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Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #9 on: February 01, 2008, 09:37:13 AM »
Thanks Sir Charles.  I see that I didn't finish my previous post above.

In Sam Steele's book "My Forty Years in Canada"  He states that the meeting (known as the Terry Commission) between Gen Terry, Comm MacLeod, Sitting Bull et al, was held in the Officer's Mess at Fort Walsh.  Other writers over the years always used Steele's quote in their own works.

So, the last time I was at Fort Walsh, we were in Walsh's residence when the guide stated that this was where the Terry Commission conference took place.

I politely interjected to state that Sam Steele said it took place in the Officer's Mess.  The guide said that was the belief for many years until they recently discovered a primary source document saying it was held in Walsh's residence.

That document was the long lost official minutes of the meeting.

Now, how could Sam Steele be wrong?  Who knows?

I'm a believer that when the legend becomes fact, print the fact.  ;D
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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #10 on: February 10, 2008, 11:33:35 PM »
Over on canadiangunnutz, I recieved a message from "okcorral1881"  The folks from Quesnel are active. 

Contact;    Steve.Lemke@gov.bc.ca

After the snow clears, they shoot the 3d Sunday at 10:00, safety meeting prior, and 6:00 pm til dark on every second Wednesday.  They have some indoor shooting this winter.  Give Steve a emule.
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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #11 on: May 20, 2008, 06:20:41 PM »
I don't think the link to the attachments work!  Give "Teacher C" a call and come on over.  I have been competing at this match for over a dozen years, though I missed a few along the way.  I'll have to miss this one as I will be in England, visiting my newest grandaughter.  My son & I will be shooting  cas near Bisley with "Paladin UK" and Ned Pepper GB". 

"I hope you will join us Aug. 23, 24, 2008 at the Victoria Fish and Game Protective Association’s range at 700 Holker Pl. Malahat, BC.
    Please pass on this information to anyone you know who has not received it...thanks.

“Teacher C.”
Chris Jones
1-250-592-4311."

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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #12 on: December 19, 2008, 10:47:13 PM »
Howdy Chinook Country Pards, and Season's greetings.

It's time to check shoot dates & locations for 2009;

Here's some;

http://www.rustywood.ca/rmr/rmr-CASshcedule.htm
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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
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With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”


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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #14 on: December 24, 2008, 05:43:37 PM »
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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #15 on: January 07, 2009, 07:45:41 PM »
Here 's some more info on Frontier Shooting in Victoria

Re: Frontier Shootists Shoots 2009:
    We have been able to reserve the second Sunday of the Month for Club shoots/practise, so Jan. 11, Sunday coming will be our inaugural event. We should meet at 8:30 and together set up the stage and then shoot it. Perhaps there will be time for some critique of style or skill. It will be ad hoc for the first attempt. Feb. shoot is the second Sunday so we will shoot the match instead of practice although for some of us there is little difference.

Frontier Shootists Shoots 2009 Dear Cowboy Shooter:
    Here is the schedule for 2009.
Malahat Ridge – Sunday, February 8 Rifle Range
 
Nimrod/Buffalo – Saturday, April 18 Shotgun Range/Clubhouse
                          Sunday, April 19 Shotgun Range

Headquarters 2009 – Saturday, August 29 Shotgun/CH/Rifle Range
                             Sunday, August 30 Rifle Range/Rangehouse
 
Bunkhouse – Sunday, October 25 Rifle Range/Rangehouse


I have enclosed the poster and registration form for the Malahat Ridge Shoot. We should have the new pistol target stands completed by then.
The Shoot is a week later than usual in the hope the weather will be better. So dust off all the equipment, mark Sunday, Feb. 8 on your calendar, and prepare to have fun at the Malahat Ridge Shoot, Feb. 8, 2009.

Frontier Shootists
Chris Jones “Teacher C.”

NOTE:  The attachments are PDFs that I'm not competant to post here.  On request, I will email them to you, or you can email Chris (cdljones@shaw.ca), or see Al Page at ISLAND OUTFITTERS.
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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #16 on: February 12, 2009, 12:26:16 AM »
Report on MALAHAT RIDGE

It was a chilly day in February.....!     But, 20 Pards & Pardettes showed up to start the new shooting season.

"Teacher C" ran a good match, but showed an evil streak with the sweeps.  One of the easiest to remember was the "Lawrence Welk"  ( Ah one (On 1), anna two (On 2), anna three (On 3), anna four (On 4)!)  The evilest was indescribable, and required many reviews with the shooters, and even then garnered many procedurals.  First the middle, then inside left, then inside right, and then outer left, and finally outer right!  And then again with the second revolver!

I was shivering, like some others , because I hadn't the sense to remember that while The Malahat is only 38 km away from Victoria, it has a whole different set of weather.  I feared I was going to embarass myself, and I almost did.  Three missfires on Stage 1, due to a faulty revolver.  I had replaced a hand, and probably didn't get it fitted right.  Luckily I had my old REGULATOR as a spare.  Only two more misses, actually I didn't shoot 'cause I lost track on another complicated sweep, for the match, but THREE PROCEDURALS!  Even at that I stood 7th overall, and first of two in Frontier Cartridge.

Top Gun was "Neut Reno", followed by "Kid Carson" and "Prairie Buck".  "Miss Beadazzled" was 5th, and top Lady.

"The Grey Fox" was, as always, the show stopper.  He distributed copies of the procedures for using WILD BUNCH firearms for regular SASS matches.  He came kitted out, and competed as WB category, even though he was placed in Frontier Duelist.  I for one, was impressed enough to review my own inventory, and realized that I already have most of the required gear.  Not sure I'm ready to change my alias to Lee Marvin, yet!

The best part of the match was the appearance of several new shooters.  Each one had a mentor with him, and each was made welcome to our sport & hobby.
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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #17 on: April 20, 2009, 09:45:41 PM »
I didn't make this shoot but "Teacher C" sent the following report.  It came to me with pictures, but I couldn't make them pop up!  If anyone knows the trick, let me know.

What I think is neat is the response to the newspaper invitation for folks to come out and try it out for themselves.  It looks like we actually have some new shooters!

Frontier Shootists’ Nimrod/Buffalo 2009 was a great success this year. At Saturday’s Nimrod, over 35 visitors registered to join western shooters in learning about and trying out our sport. Several young people were on hand to shoot rifles, pistols, and shotguns. This event was announced in the Times-Colonist, Thursday, April 16, which really helped swell our numbers. Everyone who attended expressed their joy and appreciation at the opportunity to see what Cowboy Action shooting is all about.

Six members demonstrated a standard 3-gun stage to the applause of the audience who saw our competition first hand. Several expressed interest in joining us and several memberships were sold that day.   
Here “Prairie Buck” is explaining proper pistol technique to Matt and Rebecca Reynolds.

 
One stage had shooters load a single round and engage a buffalo target. Then they had to load each round singly and hit buffalo targets progressively further away. Buffalo paper targets with bulleye scoring determined the top precision shooter. “Neut Reno” took the win for that category.
Two new shooters told me they “had such a good time,” and wanted to know when was the practice day.
For all of you, Practice day is MAY 10, Sunday,
rifle range 9-noon. All are welcome.   Sunday’s Buffalo Shoot was shot under mostly sunny skies. No rain the whole weekend !
Eighteen shooters competed in the five stage shoot with “Haweater Al” taking top honors.
Other winners are listed below.
Because the focus was on buffalo hunting, rifles were used everywhere.

 
Dave Morris, Terry Bowyer, Tom Keiffer, Robie Petrie, Sybil Kangas’ head enjoy reliving the event.

Ladies Traditonal- Victoria Diamond
Senior          -    Neut Reno
Elder Statsman  -   Jinglebob                  “Everyone had a fun time.”
Ladies Senior    -    Miss Mary Spencer
Duelist       -    Wagon Master
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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #18 on: December 02, 2009, 09:00:38 PM »
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THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

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Re: Frontier Action Shooting in BC
« Reply #19 on: March 11, 2010, 10:24:17 AM »
I have discovered an error in the above link;

The Victoria Frontier Shootists have their HEADQUARTERS SHOOT on 21-21 August.

(NOT the week later) Other info for this shoot remain the same.
NCOWS #1154, SCORRS, STORM, BROW, 1860 Henry, Dirty Rat 502, CHINOOK COUNTRY
THE SUBLYME & HOLY ORDER OF THE SOOT (SHOTS)
Those who are no longer ignorant of History may relive it,
without the Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
With apologies to George Santayana & W. S. Churchill

"As Mark Twain once put it, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

 

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