!st Saturday of each month.
Match Rules and Regulations
Match Director (MD) - Rob Banks (714) 206-6893
Territorial Governor (TG) - Chickamauga Charlie (909) 910-4470
West End Outlaws is a SASS-affiliated club. SASS rules will apply. Match Scores
We start at 9:00 am and typically shoot 8 or 9 stages. Bring a minimum of 100 rounds of pistol ammo, 100 rounds of rifle ammo, and 50 rounds of shotgun ammo. West End Outlaws meets 1st Saturday of each month.
Fees are $10 for WEGC members, $15 for guest shooters. First time shooters at the WEO matches, get to shoot FREE!
The only thing more important than a fun shoot, is a safe shoot.
We follow the SASS standards for when revolvers may be drawn, and for when rounds may be inserted into the chamber or carrier of a shotgun. We are, however, very strict about moving with a loaded gun. If there is a live round under the hammer, then at least one foot must be stationary.
All shooters are expected to be familiar with SASS rules.
You are a Safety Officer—You are responsible for your conduct, the conduct of your guests, and that of others within your influence. You must always follow Range Rules.
When somebody yells out “Down range” and proceeds down range, it is okay to continue loading and unloading at the designated tables. Firearms should ALWAYS be pointed into the berms while loading/unloading.
Our stages do not always specify locations for staging your guns. Determining the best way to stage your guns is up to you. Before you shoot, feel free to confirm your approach with the R.O. However, all safety issues must be considered when you place your firearms and any unsafe handling will be penalized appropriately
Each competitor is responsible for his/her competence with firearms. This match is not designed to be a beginner’s match, however we welcome all participants.
No alcoholic beverages are allowed on the range during the shoot.
Please check all firearms before bringing them onto the range—be sure all firearms are empty of “dummy” rounds or any live or expended rounds.
No one will be allowed to shoot if, in the judgment of the Range Officer, they are impaired.
Firearms may only be loaded when at the loading table and on the firing line.
Cap and ball pistols may only be capped when at the loading table and on the firing line. Please charge only five (5) chambers per stage.
The Unloading Officer must inspect all firearms before they leave the unloading table. Rifles must have their action cycled for the Unloading Officer and chambers inspected. All firearms, whether used or not in the stage, must be inspected, this includes derringers, and cap and ball revolvers. It is acceptable to leave one or more chambers charged in a percussion revolver so long as the caps are removed from the nipples.
If a shooter goes to the loading table with live or spent rounds in any firearm, it will be a Stage DQ for “failure to adhere to loading and unloading procedures,” and will be applied on the previous stage where the infraction actually occurred.
All disputes must be addressed before shooter/posse leaves that stage. If a problem should arise, take it away from the firing line, and have the RO contact the match director. Decisions are final at this point. All shooters must abide by the decision of the Match Official/Director.
Unsafe firearm handling—or rude behavior—will not be tolerated.
All shooters must conform to minimum SASS dress requirements.
Coaching is allowed—and encouraged; however, it will never be considered grounds for a re-shoot. If you do not want coaching, let it be known.
No re-shoots will be given once the first round goes downrange, except for;
—prop or match equipment failure;
—a Range Officer impeding the progress of a shooter;
—timer failure or unrecorded time as determined by the Range Officer and Match Director.
In these cases, the shooter starts over with no misses or penalties, except in the case of safety violations, which carry over to re-shoots.
Motorized Gun carts—We welcome shooters of all skill levels and abilities, but we must request that the use of motorized gun carts be limited to those who need them for disability and/or handicap reasons.
All shooters and spectators must wear eye and hearing protection.
No dry firing at the loading table; no shadow shooting at the firing line.