Action Revolvers - Two are required. The Ruger Vaquero, Colt SAA and
replicas are examples of acceptable revolvers.
Action Rifle - must be in a pistol caliber. Many shooters prefer to have a rifle
in the same caliber as their revolvers. Marlin, Winchester, Uberti and Rossi are
just a few of the manufacturers that make these rifles.
- Any side by side or single shot shotgun typical of the era without
automatic ejectors, with or without external hammers, with single or double
triggers. Lever action, tubular fee, exposed hammer shotguns of the
period are allowed (e.g., Winchester Model 1887). Must be at least 20
gauge and no larger than 10 gauge.
The ONLY slide action shotgun allowed is the Model 1897 Winchester,
whether original or replica, in at least 16 and no
larger than 12 gauge.
Side-by-side, single shot and lever action center-fire shotguns in .410 are
allowed within the Buckaroo Category only.
Long Range Rifle - (Side
Match Only) - Any tubular feed, lever action or single shot rifle
manufactured before 1896 or any reproduction thereof. All rifles must
have external hammers. Sights must be open iron and mounted as on the original
rifle or original style tang mounted peep sights. Optical and receiver
mounted sights are not allowed. There are typically four categories in
long range or precision rifle:
Lever action, rifle caliber
Lever action, pistol caliber
Buffalo Single Shot
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