Introduction to Cowboy Action Shooting Class, Saturday May 30th

The Caballeros are hosting an Introduction to Cowboy Action Shooting on Saturday May 30th come anything short of a Biblical flood. This is a wonderful opportunity for a shooter to be introduced to the firearms, rules, and procedures of the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS). This introduction is intended for experienced shooters who are already proficient in safe firearm handling, though not necessarily familiar with the firearms used in Cowboy Action Shooting.

Prior to participating in the Introduction, participants will need to complete and sign a liability release. Releases can be mailed/emailed the form in, or brought on the day of the class. We do ask that you let Doc Crumley ( know you plan to attend, so we can get an accurate headcount. Fees for the day are $25 for adults and $15 for juniors.  Registration fees may be sent with the registration form or paid the day of, by cash or check.

At the conclusion of the class, you will receive a coupon good for one free match at the Tejas Caballeros ($20 value).

Introduction to Cowboy Action Shooting Application and Liability Release

Please Note:

Given the “normal” Texas weather, temperatures at the range can vary. All of the day’s activities will take place outdoors so please check the forecast and dress appropriately. Closed-toe shoes (no sandals/flip-flops) are required and a hat of some kind is recommended.


8:30 a.m. ~ 9:00 a.m. - Sign In
9:00 a.m. ~ 1:00 p.m. - Classroom and live fire

What to Bring:

  • Safety Gear - Hearing and eye protection are mandatory for everyone during live fire
  • Drinks/Snacks/Lunch - Water and energy drinks are good - NO alcoholic beverages. We recommend you bring a sack lunch and/or snacks for the day.
  • Cowboy Guns – You may bring your own guns if they are CAS compliant (see the SASS Shooters Handbook for specific rules regarding firearms and ammunition)
  • Ammunition – Supplied by the Caballeros as part of the registration fee. You may bring your own ammunition as long as it is CAS-compliant (lead-only projectiles with a muzzle velocity less than 1000 fps - see Cowboy Guns above).

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