McLean County Peacemakers

 

SAAS Rules Changes for 2016 with Peacemakers Versions Noted.

April 30, 2016

SASS Rule Changes Effective December 7, 2015

 

To pass, an item must receive 66% of the votes For. Less than 66% and more than 50%, means the item failed but can be re-introduced and the next TG Summit as an agenda item.

 

 

Item 5, the Stage/Match DQ for failure to adhere to the command of "cease fire" was removed from the agenda. It was universally accepted that when a shooter willfully continues to shoot after the command "cease fire" they should be done for the day. Wording, in a clarification, will add verbiage to that affect. There is no change in the match DQ, but the additional verbiage will describe willful or a deliberate

refusal to cease fire.

 

RESULTS

1) Should the rules be changed to allow the inclusion of "sub-gauge"

shotguns such as 28 and 32 (.410) gauge for Buckaroos/Buckarettes

 

For

99.63%

Against .037

Abstain 00.0%

PASS

2) Should the MSV for retrieval of dropped/ejected ammo be deleted?

 

For

88.56%

Against 11.07%

Abstain .37%

PASS

 

McLean County Peacemakers club rule – Ammo may be picked up if dropped on a table or shelf.  It may not be picked up off the ground or a walkway.

 

3) Should the equipment regulations for GUNFIGHTER -

style shooters be changed to allow the "butt forward" carry/Cavalry "twist" draw?

For

83.76%

Against 16.24%

Abstain 00.0%

 

McLean County Peacemakers club rule – We discourage anyone from carrying pistols butt forward under any circumstances.

 

 

4) Should the penalty for not holstering revolvers at the end of the

revolver shooting string be changed from a MSV to a Procedure?

 

For 85.61%

Against 14.39%

 

Club Elections

January 19, 2015
The McLean County Peacemakers have elected a new board.
President: Prairie Trail Ranger
Vice-President: Marshal RD
Secretary: Comstock Charley
Treasurer: Sheriff Boo Boo Bottom
At Large Board Members: Tomahawk Johnson, Arizona Buffalo Joe
Territorial Governor: Sheriff Boo Boo Bottom

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SASS Rules Changes

January 19, 2015
Long guns "closed/open" issue:  (from 11th Convention, Dec. 2013) 
  • Long guns will be cleared and discarded with barrels pointing safely downrange. If the action of a long gun closes after being cleared then the competitor will, at the conclusion of the stage, show it to be clear to the TO. No person other than the competitor may handle the long gun prior to opening the action and showing the long gun to be clear. Appropriate penalties will apply if the long gun is not clear.

Shooting on t...


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Change in News page.

January 19, 2015
The News page is changing.  Henceforth, it will just be news.  The shoot results will be on the Home page.  The news page will be used for news about the club and SASS.

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December Results

December 24, 2014
Saturday the 20th of December the McLean County Peacemakers held their December Match.  We had 19 cowboys and cowgirls taking time out of this busy time of year to come out and do some cowboy action shooting.

We had five stages planned and again were able to complete them all before noon.  In Stage 2, Santa was being held as a hostage.  Fortunately nobody "took him out" nor got the ten second penalty for doing so.

We had four clean shooters.  They included Billy the Avenger, Dangerous D...

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November Results

November 17, 2014
Saturday the 15th of November was an unusually cold day, but we still had 15 restless cowboys and cowgirls anxious to take out some rustlers.  We had five stages planned and were able to complete them all before noon.   The stages seemed to give us some good challenges and yet we had some very fast times.  Like other sports, each individual's results can be fickle.  Things like shooting really well... Stage 1, then Stage 2 and so on until you reach Stage 5 and miss a target.  Or how ab...

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Stage Trail Shootout Results

September 22, 2014
It was a beautiful morning, but we knew rain was on the way for the afternoon.  We had three posses with 39 cowboys and girls start promptly at 8:45 and we finished by a little after Noon.  The cowboys settled down to a nice lunch prepared by Sue Darnall while the scorekeepers calculated the results.

Flaming Star won the match and shot clean.  Marshal RD took Top Hand in second place and also shot clean.  Tomahawk Johnson took third with the Trail Boss award.   Taquila Tab brought it ho...

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August Results

August 22, 2014
The day of our August Peacemaker's Match was rather dreary, and it looked as if it could start raining at any minute.  Despite the outlook, we had 27 shooters arrive in town to help keep the peace.  And the rain... well it held off until the last stage at which time it did drizzle a little bit.  But not bad enough for us to quit our mission.

We ran two posses.  Everyone pitched in to help and that allowed us to be done around noon time.

Marshal RD had the lowest score for the day.  Rudy ...

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July Results

July 21, 2014
We had a beautiful day for a cowboy match at the McLean County Peacemakers on Saturday.  A little more breeze would have been nice, but we have to remember this is July.  And we were done before noon.  We've been trying to run leaner posses so that we can get done quicker and I think everyone likes that.  It does mean that more shooters are called upon to help out, but I hope you don't mind the trade off.

Most of the stages were pretty straight forward today.  However I understand th...

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June Results

June 24, 2014
We had 34 shooters completing the match on what was a rather hot and humid day without much of any breeze.  We broke the group down into three posses and were done by approximately 12:30.  This month the club pulled out some of it's more unusual (and heavy) targets, such as the Death Star, the Cowboy Rack, and the Plate Rack.  Even though you had ten rounds to hit five targets, all extra rounds had to be placed on the dump target, and misses counted.  

About a third of the shooters got...

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Sheriff Boo Boo Bottom Territorial Governor