Geared up for SUMMER!!

The Missouri Big Irons would like to welcome you to the world of Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Our Club works hard to put on a lively shoot every month during the summer. Check out our events page to see our competition line-up.
We put on a number of shoots in state-of-the-art facilities as well as at fairs and at local establishments. Come join in on the fun whether you are competing, fellowshipping, or just checking it out! We look forward to seeing you!
This season we look forward to putting on not only large 2-day shoots, but have listened to our members and in addition, will be hosting one-day, low entry fee, payback shoots throughout the season! Check out our events page for upcoming dates and locations!!
The Missouri State Championship is now in the books and everyone is ready for a fun filled summer!! Congrats to Laura Wilson (L5) for claiming both the Top Cowgirl and Overall Champion and Karah Cain (L5), hot on her heels taking the Reserve Ladies and Reserve Overall. Champion Cowboy was Mitchell Kramer (M3) and Reserve Cowboy was Shawn Day (M5).

Look out for our next shoots at the St. Francois Co. Fair on August 1st and the Starline Brass MO State Fair on August 7-8!! Taking entries for the State Fair now ... it's filling up fast, so don't miss out!!



Missouri Big Irons Mounted Shooters hold Cowboy Mounted Shooting practice shoots and competitions. We also support Cowboy Mounted Shooting in Missouri through equine related events and demonstrations.
If you are interested in joining our club, please feel free to Contact Us.

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.What is Cowboy Mounted Shooting? Cowboy Mounted Shooting is one of the nation's fastest growing equestrian sports. Mounted contestants compete in this fast action timed event using two .45 caliber single action revolvers each loaded with five rounds of specially prepared black powder ammunition. Courses of fire are set in a variety of patterns. The first half (5 targets) of a course of fire will vary with each go and requires the horse and rider to stop, turn, change leads and accelerate rapidly. The second half (5 targets), called the "run down", is a straight course with targets set at 36 foot intervals. Find out more at

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3650 White Oak Creek
Farmington, MO 63640

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