"Double R Bar is a Cowboy Shooting Club. We promote and provide the local public with training and the opportunity to participate in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS). At these events we use live rounds, steel targets, and timed stages. We are affiliated with the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) and all shooting events and firearms used by club members follow SASS guidelines for the safety of all participants and spectators."
The Double R Bar Regulators club was founded in June of 1997. This ‘little club with a big heart’ has grown rapidly and has earned its reputation for having lots of good, honest fun. Regulators enjoy the camaraderie of friends while exercising their love of the Old West lifestyle and Second Amendment rights.
We are history come to life in our dress and our beliefs. Double R Bar Regulators take great pride in displaying their insignias depicting the RR Bar brand, which is Roy Roger’s own. The Double R Bar club is proud to ‘ride for the brand’ of Roy and Dale. The Code of the West, as depicted in all of Roy’s and Dale’s movies, is very much alive with us. Woe to the varmint who forgets that!
Double R Bar regulators are encouraged, but not required, to join SASS and the NRA.
Monthly meetings are held on the second Sunday of each month after the shooting match.
Monthly shoots are held the second Sunday of the month at the Lions’ Pride Gun Range in Lucerne Valley, California. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. with a brief shooters’ meeting.
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Visitors and newcomers are always welcome to attend meetings and shoots as observers. Regulators new to the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting can get trained and mentored in the country’s fastest growing firearm-related sport. Brand new shooters are taught safe firearm handling along with Cowboy Action Shooting. Safety is the NUMBER ONE priority–through having a lot of fun is a close second.
In addition to shooting, the Double R Bar Regulators volunteer time to assist Happy Trails Children’s foundation and the Lions Club Pride. We can usually be found at any of the charity fund-raisers, Old West themed dances, or lending a hand (or gun) in impromptu stunt shows. We’ve been known to appear in local parades firing blanks as fast as we can (whenever we’re allowed), or livening up the local areas restaurants after a long day at the range. There’s nothing quite like a gang of period-dressed cowboys and cowgirls to add interest to any situation.