Tuesday, Sept 26 Practice – a Go as of right now, but check back tomorrow afternoon

Let’s keep our eye on the weather. As of Noon Monday, the forecast calls for a much lower chance of rain at practice time tomorrow than yesterday’s forecast. So, as of right now, we’re planning to hold practice tomorrow evening.

HOWEVER, before coming out tomorrow be sure to check the website. If we cancel practice, we will post the cancellation notice on the website.

MRC members are welcome to bring guests to practice, but if you do you should either have them travel with you or meet you at the gate so they can get in – the gate will NOT be held open tomorrow.

September 24 Cowboy Match Results Are Posted

Illowa Irregulars held our September Cowboy match on the 24th. Even though the forecast leading up to Sunday was questionable, it turned out to be a spectacular day.

Congratulations to JW James and Deadwood Kitty for taking home top men’s and ladies honors.

We also want to give a shout out the following 3 Clean Shooters:

  • Boyd Pearsall;
  • Fatboy Harley; and,
  • Lightning McQueen.         

Click here to go to our Scores page to view and download today’s results.

We’ll look forward to seeing you again at our October 15 Cowboy match. Rootin Tootin is billing the October match as Fall Round-up Lite. He invites you all to “come fly with” him. The reason why he says that will become obvious over the coming weeks.

BUFFALO SHOOT: As an aside, we are also hosting a Buffalo shoot on October 14. Check the club calendar. Stay tuned for more information on both.

Sept 24 Cowboy Match is a GO; Weather report is improving. Yee Haw!

We are all set up and ready for our late September match. Our intrepid work crew spent several hours this morning setting up the targets, and, as promised, Wicker Nash has put together six interesting states.

Better yet, as of 4:15 p.m. Saturday afternoon, the local weather report indicates it should be a very comfortable 64 degrees or so at match time, with little chance of rain. There is only one certainty – it’ll be getting colder soon. It’s certainly possible this could be the last of the warm days we experience, at least in 60+ degree range. Don’t let this one pass you buy. Take a chance. Live on the edge.

If you’re planning to head our way tomorrow, great. If you’re thinking about it, jump off the fence and head our way. If you can’t make it, we understand and will see you at a future match.

Click here to download Septembers Cowboy Stages or click on the download button below.

Weather Report for Sunday, September 24, 2024

Looking for something to do this Sunday, Sept. 24th? Why not join us for a late season Cowboy Match?

It’s hard to believe it’s September already, but time marches on. So, if you’ve nothing to do this weekend, please consider marching our way to join us at our September Cowboy match. Wicker Nash has put together 6 interesting stages. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. with a Safety meeting about 9:15 a.m. Use the link at the end of the message to download the stages.

Match Setup: Also, if you’re willing and able, we could use some extra help setting up for the match. Setup begins at 9:00 a.m. Saturday.

Click here to download Septembers Cowboy Stages or click on the download button below.

Friday Practice Cancelled; Saturday Match Setup Reminder (for Sunday’s Cowboy Match)

Friday Practice Cancelled: We’re being a little proactive here and announcing the cancellation of Friday, September 22nd’s 10:00 a.m. practice. The next practice is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 26.

Saturday Match Setup: Also, if you are available Saturday, September 23rd to help us set up for Sunday’s Cowboy match please come on out and give us a hand. Setup begins at 9:00 a.m. – a few of our regular helpers are out of town so we could use the extra help.

Sunday Cowboy Match: Join us for a little late season cowboy action shooting fun on this last Sunday of September. Wicker Nash has put together 6 interesting stages. Click here to download Septembers Cowboy Stages or click on the download button below.