Please note: Desert Sky Regulators is not under the purview of Rupert Range Inc. rather it is its own organization and requires membership to use their range.
DESERT SKY REGULATORS
The Desert Sky Regulators is a venue within The Rupert Outdoor Shooting
complex, that hosts a Cowboy Action Shooting match every 2nd Saturday
of each month (See rupertrange.com/calendar). The Saturday Match starts with
sign-ups at 9:00 and after a mandatory shooters meeting, the shooting begins.
We normally shoot 5 stages each day. Lunch is provided with a small donation.
We have a restroom facility. The summer afternoon temperature is usually
around 95 degrees with cool desert breezes… So please come join us for some
great shooting, and great times!
Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS) is a timed, scenario-based shooting
competition where participants use firearms that are typically associated with The
Old West and the American Cowboy. Single Action revolvers, Lever Action rifles,
and a Scattergun are the order of the day in this shooting sport. Competitors
will use authentic or replica revolvers such as Colt’s Peacemaker or Ruger
Vaqueros. Rifles are of the lever action type made by Winchester, Marlin, and
other approved rifles that utilize a pistol cartridge. Both of the aforementioned
firearms use ammunition that uses a lead bullet only. No jacketed, copper-washed
or gas-check bullets are allowed. Shotguns are either a side-by-side
double barrel without ejectors or pump action shotguns with an exposed hammer
such as were made by Marlin or Winchester. Most participants wear traditional,
Old West attire. Matches are run according to Single Action Shooting
Society (SASS) rules. (website) SASS | The Single Action Shooting Society - HOME (sassnet.com)
If you are new to Cowboy Action Shooting or have a question about our
Cowboy Action Club, please contact the Desert Sky Regulators, by e-mail
(Please note: AWA is not under the purview of Rupert Range Inc. rather it is its own organization, meets monthly, and requires membership. )
Armed Women of America is a non-profit organization with chapters across the country where women gather regularly to learn and grow in their abilities to handle firearms safely, responsibly, and competently. AWA exists to enable women to be their own self-protectors, creating freedom, peace of mind, and confidence in themselves. Our vision is that women have the skills, mindset, and training to defend themselves and those in their care.
Who We Serve
The local AWA chapter leader is:
Tina Morris, a NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and
a USCCA Firearms & Personal Safety Instructor