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WELCOME TO THE TEXICAN RANGERS!

The Texican Rangers is the oldest Cowboy Action Shooting Club™ in the Texas Hill Country and the second oldest club in Texas.

The Texican Rangers is part of a larger international organization, SASS-Single Action Shooting Society, created to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting™.  It is wearing tall high heeled boots with spurs and jingle bobs, leather chaps, a big sombrero, a belt of shiny cartridges and holding a pair of well oiled single action revolvers. You can walk down the streets of Tombstone with the Earps and Doc Holliday or stop a stampede or maybe a bank robbery.  You can be a marshal, an army scout or a cavalry officer.  Cowgirls can dress like Scarlet O’Hara in a flowing gown or wear a pair of leather britches like Raquel Welch in Hannie Caulder….you can be Calamity Jane or Poker Alice. Cowboy Action Shooting™ is the fastest growing shooting sport in the world.  SASS is for the whole family, it can be an afternoon or a weekend with the finest, most polite and most safety conscious folks you’ll ever meet.

Nestled in the beautiful Texas Hill Country just 8 miles north of Comfort is the Stieler Ranch, home to the Texican Rangers.  We have fourteen shooting stages, a Long Range stage, Blazing Saddles and a Man-on-Man stage.  Check our Calendar page and plan on coming out to one of our shoots and join us in the fun that is Cowboy Action Shooting™.

Remember you can always get back to the Home page by clicking on the Ranger badge in the top header.

 

WHAT’S NEW

The Texican Rangers will resume shooting in January 2015.  Watch the calendar for the exact date of the first shoot in January.
In order to prevent the confusion between Winter and Summer shooting hours,  we now have Texican shooting hours:
Registration –  8:00 am
Shooters’ Meeting – 8:45 am
Hammers Down – 9:00 am

 

CD2015

The registration form for CD 2015 is now available, click the link below or go to Comancheria Days under the EVENTS tab,
Comancheria Days Registration Form

 

 

 

 

 

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