Yee Haw! An old fashioned Turkey Shoot at our next match. Click here for details of the side match.

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Making smoke at the 2013 Senior Games. The numbers were down this year, but not the enthusiasm.

Our cowboy action shooting club meets monthly at the Capitol City Rifle & Pistol Club in Littlerock, Washington (just south of Olympia). We are family oriented, and guests are welcome. Please drop in and say howdy. Bring your family; bring your friends; bring your dogs; and by all means, bring your guns and your Old West spirit. We are all about fun, but safety is of paramount concern. All shooters and their guests are required to wear eye and ear protection.

 

  • We meet the fourth Saturday of each month, unless rare weather extremes prevent range access.

  • Set up for the match is Friday at 2 p.m. if you are free to lend a hand.

  • Check-in is from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Match fees are $10. A mandatory safety meeting begins at 9:30 a.m., where standard safety issues are discussed, in addition to range specific rules. The match begins at 10 a.m.

  • We shoot six stages at each match, except for the annual Little Big Match, where we shoot 12 stages.

  • The Black River Regulators adhere to SASS guidelines.

  • We shoot through lunch, so please bring food and drinks with you.

  • There are no power hookups at the range.

  • Pets are welcome but must be on a leash or in a pen, and you must pick up after your pet.

Are you interested in taking the ROI course at CCR&P? The NRA-RSO course? Please click here.

Please come join us for the fun. We will make you feel like family. Improvements to the range are always underway to better serve you. Several new, large targets have been purchased recently. We are now using canopies to keep the shooters out of the rain as much as possible, which we have to endure in the Pacific Northwest if we want to shoot.

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You don't want to miss our annual Little Big Match. It kicks off with long range rifle on Friday afternoon. Shoot six fun-filled stages on Saturday, followed by a two-stage Wild Bunch Match. Sunday offers six more fun and challenging stages, followed by the Man-on-Man Shootout. The Awards Ceremony immediately follows. Dry camping is available for the entire event. Click on the cowboy for the application form.

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The Black River Regulators are the proud hosts of the WA State Senior Games Cowboy Action Shooting Event. Match results are posted on the Senior Games page. The next event is on July 27, 2014.

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