Indian Territory SASS Tales

POST CHRISTMAS SHOOT REPORT, 26 Dec 19
Howdy folks, Little fat Buddy with all the news fit to print from the 2019 Post Christmas Thursday shoot.
What a time we had.
Eighteen, yes, eighteen happy Christmas Elves came out for a fun winter shoot on the day after Christmas.    In keeping with the Christmas Spirit even the weather cooperated with beautiful weather, cool temperatures and light winds.
Our New Mayor, Bad Crooked Aims and his cadre of helpers, Tuckered Outlaw and Tom Slick, wrote up some fine stages for us to shoot:
There were two Merry Christmas Stages, two corral stages, one bordello stage and even a SPELLING CONTEST at the jail.  Yes a spelling contest for “HAPPY NEW YEAR, except the letters were mixed up and the correct spelling had to be shot in order.  One problem showed up however.  There were four letters on the shot gun targets which lasted exactly one shot before they were erased. So all we got to shoot was “HAPPY NEW YE”.
Well, I guess “Happy New Ye” got the message across ok.
Top shooters were:
# 1, Josey Kidd
#2, Lil Lump (A 12 year old sixth grade Buckaroo beat out all these guys)
#3 Tuckered Outlaw
#4 Brazos Valley Kid
Clean shooter was:
Josey Kidd
Our Next Shoot is the 5th Sunday shoot on 29 Dec 19, so come on out and don’t give up because maybe a 12 year old sixth grader won’t come out.
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
Keep on shootin Little fat Buddy
Hello friends!
We had a good, albeit cold time at our shoot yesterday and had 18 cowboys and cowgirls join us at the range!
Stages were written by Bearded Wonder who made them close and fast! So luckily, we got to enjoy our annual Christmas party around 1PM!
Big congrats goes to High Plains Hud, Angus Red, Irish Kid, Bearded Wonder, and Bad Crooked Aimes for taking the top 5 spots!

ALSO Big Round of Applause for our CLEAN Shooters: Bearded Wonder, Brazos Valley Kid, Gunny 00, High Plains Hud, and Irish Kid!

Thanks to everyone that came along to enjoy our shoot and the ITSASS Member Christmas Party!
Your Scores are on the website and I’ll share our party pictures on Facebook!

Purdy Good

I.T.S.A.S.S
Indian Territory SASS
Hello friends!
We had a pretty eventful day today with our Robbers’ Ruckus shoot! It was a pretty muggy day and rained on us a bit on and off, but mostly it stayed overcast and kept the hot weather at bay.
We were treated to Rib Crib for lunch and a pretty amazing cake! You’ll have to see the pictures! (We’ll get those up on Facebook over the next few days!)
Everyone I heard talk about those stages loved them. They were fast and pretty fun! Ninety Caliber Al did a great job with them and we were even done a little earlier than we all expected to be!
My personal favorites (even though I missed on them both, ahem) were stage 1 where we had to throw the stick of dynamite before shooting followed closely by the last stage where we were given the 5 pistol/rifle targets and told to hit them all at least once, and it was shooter’s choice.
Big thanks to all the waddies, brass pickers, counters, and helpers throughout the whole day and during setup. The shoot wouldn’t have run so smooth without you!

Huge Congrats goes to the Top “Kids”; Iron Tomahawk KID, Josey KIDD, and Irish KID! They went home with the top three spots followed by Angus Red, Major Art Tillery, Half Rack, Speed Wagon, Alabama Bill, Catoosa Red, and Broncho Red to round out the top 10.

Another round of applause to those shooters that managed to get away clean!! Buffdriver, Josey Kidd, Little Fat Buddy, Tom Slick, and Tulsa Lawman!
The scores are all now posted on the website and if you have any photos or videos from today, we’d love if you would share them with us by including the hashtag #RobbersRuckus OR sending them to our Facebook group or Facebook page.
Thank you all again for helping to make today a great shoot for all! We hope to see you again soon!!
Purdy Good
Greetings fellow Cowboy Shooters.
Little Fat Buddy here reporting on the old timers shoot for Wednesday 24 July 1880.
We had 9 shooters come out including a good friend of Lucky Dollar, John Cannon.    He needed an Alias so we named him “Butch Cannon, Pinkerton Agent”.
Butch turned out to be a great guy and with the great help of Bad Crooked Aims we put guns in his hands and he shot every stage.   We hope to see him again soon.
 WELL WHAT GREAT WEATHER WE HAD, ABSOLUTELY PERFECT.
Yes, nature shined on us at the range with cool temperatures a little breeze and beautiful surroundings.
BUT, for some reason, and I can’t figure it out, we had more “P”s that I ever saw before.
There were EIGHT “P”s !!   EIGHT !!!  And some people, me for instance had multiple “P”s.
So between the Eight “P”s and multiple misses no one shot clean, but we had a lot of laughs.
We shot at the Train Depot, the Freight Depot and the Corral.  It was fun fun fun, I am sorry people missed out.
Well that’s it for today folks.   Our next shoot is scheduled for 11 August 1880  and I hope the weather cooperates with us.
Thanks everyone who came out. The scores are on the website.
Little Fat Buddy,  Keep on Shootin

I.T.S.A.S.S
Indian Territory SASS