Old West Shooting Society's Fun Filled Chabot-style Cowboy Shoot is hosted by the mighty fine Coyote Valley Cowboys at the Coyote Valley Sporting Clays Gun Range in Morgan Hill, California. Much obliged for the Coyote Valley
Cowboy's hospitality and first-rate Old West Town stage accommodations.
shoot? Well, this Fun Filled Event takes place on the third Sunday of every odd month, just like at Chabot. And
the stages? Glad you asked! Ya see, them stages are really, really close and easy ... just like Chabot! Hope to see ya at the next Shoot!
New! The March 2020 Shoot Results and the Pulitzer Prize Winning
Western Record Newsletter have been posted. And the March Newsletter
is a Shelter in Place inspired Doozie! You'll be sure to want to read it, 'cause "Jasper" is sharin' his Shelter
in Place Diary! Thanks, "Jasper"!! Click on the "Shoot Results" and "Western
Record Newsletter" page tabs above to download your very own copies.
and about the Chabot-style Shoot. "Rowdy Yates" says:
- The Chabot-like
Shoot is 4 or 5 stages.
- A miss is 10 seconds.
- Chabot Mulligan Rules apply. That means if you take a Mulligan, say
good bye to your prior stage results, cause there ain't no taken 'em back if your Mulligan stage is worst than your first.
- Take note: This ain't no SASS shoot! Targets are smaller and a little ... well, sometimes a lot
... farther out, and you can stoke your 97.
- Did I say you can stoke your 97?!
- Bring your real rifle, cause you just might have the opportunity to shoot
~~ Details About the Next Fun Filled Old West Cowboy Shooting Event ~~
Chabot-like Old West Cowboy Shoot at the Coyote Valley Sporting Clays Gun
Range, Hosted by the Coyote Valley Cowboys
Sunday, May 17, 2020. MAY SHOOT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE
Time: 9:00 AM
Address: Coyote Valley Sporting Clays
1000 San Bruno Ave.
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Weather: In the event of serious rain, the Shoot is subject to cancellation. We'll try to post a notice on this here website, but no guarantee in the event the Webmistress decides
to sleep in that mornin'.
Contact "Rowdy Yates": Give a shout to "Rowdy " (Jim Moore): firstname.lastname@example.org . See ya at the shoot!
Cast Iron Skillet, anyone?
In case any of you need yet another reason everyone should own a Lodge 17" Double Handled Cast Iron Skillet ...
Well, it makes a might fine vessel for drying your just cleaned brass shells in a low oven! As "Rowdy"
found out by using the Mrs.'s Lodge Skillet and parchment paper below.