Yep, I’m still on a Cowboy Action Shooting kick. Pictured above is one of the new Ruger Vaqueros (chambered in .45 Long Colt) I borrowed for my first SASS match in a lovely leather holster (also borrowed). There was a great variety of gear sported at that event, but I found my eye gravitating to some particularly pretty leather work that is often rejected in the self defense community in favor of more concealable utilitarian holsters. Perhaps it’s the girl in me, but I must admit that I enjoyed the spectacle of good looking guns and equally nice looking gear (not to mention the great costumes) at my first cowboy action match nearly as much as the shooting.
About the Author
Kevin Kevin is an avid hunter and military history enthusiast. He participates in WWII reenactments every year and boasts a large antique firearms collection. The Winchester 1873 and Colt M1911 are two of his favorites. Kevin enjoys researching the best products on the market to keep The Arms Guide reader up to date and informed.