Wanna try multigun with a revolver?
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    Wanna try multigun with a revolver?

    We have a match for you. It’s basically Cowboy Action Shooting for “Generation X”, with costuming optional.

    Brownells has agreed to give us one of their cool “Retro Rifles” to give away. All prizes will be awarded by random draw.

    We have a dedicated division for wheelguns, 3 of the 4 divisions require pump shotguns, optics are only allowed in one division and they have to be “period correct”.

    28-29 September in Tallahassee, FL. Any questions you can email me at [email protected]


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    Pump shotguns? No doubles?
    "He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment & buy one" Jesus - Luke 22:36

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    Actually it’s just manual operation, so break-open, lever, or bolt action is good to go.
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