Yorkshire Renegades - Online Forum

Yorkshire Renegades - Western / Cowboy Action Shooting Club

This is an online forum only. Club membership fees are payable at the first shoot of each Season.



Important, please read.

Please note that for the 2013 season onwards:

1) Rifle loads will need to be chronographed, and must be <1000 feet per second.

2) Shotgun cartridges must use FIBRE wads whether shooting nitro or blackpowder.

3) Shoots will start at 9.30am to help set up the range for the days shooting. Members are encouraged to arrive at this time to help set things up for an early start to shooting.

4) Car parking spaces are limited so please car share where possible.



Provisional Dates for 2014 6 Replies

Howdy!The information you have all been waiting for! Please note that these are not set in concrete yet but they are the proposed dates for the new shootin' season.Once finalised I will let you all know.1st shoot of 2014 - 27/04/2014 (- come early…Continue

Started by Squire. Last reply by Squire Apr 10.

New guns and kit 4 Replies

So who has been buying new stuff for the new season?I know of at least a couple of new rifles for a couple of members... What ya got guys and gals?Continue

Started by Squire. Last reply by Steve Errington aka Edge Mar 31.

20 inch 12 gauge Coach Guns

Hi There,If anyone is interested in acquiring a section one 20 inch Coach gun Holts Auctioneers have got four for sale in their current sealed bid clearance sale the estimates are £300 to £400 each. They are described as little used, near new…Continue

Started by David Malpas Feb 1.

Saturday Shoot... 4 Replies

Great shoot Saturday, although cold. Numb fingers made putting caps on difficult but adds to the fun !!!!!! Good turn out and plenty of pee taking....Thanks all for an enjoyable day.Continue

Started by Philip Taylor aka Brokenhand. Last reply by Micheal horan Jan 29.


Range Ettiquette

Etiquette at the Rendezvous :
1. Arrive in good time to assist in setting up. Likewise, stay after to help clear up at the end.
2. Listen to safety briefing and follow all instructions.
3. Accept misses, penalties and mechanical failures with good grace.
4. Extend a hand to less experienced shooters
5. Respect the score-keepers, their decision is final.
6. Come to the loading table promptly when called and be ready when its your turn to shoot.
7. Give the observers time to verify the condition of your guns and ammunition.
8. Arrange your weapons and starting position safely and follow directions.
9. Listen to the Range Officer and follow safety rules at all times.

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