The Hustler and The Undertaker, CAPTURED!
~March 4th, 2015
After being on the lam for several months, The Hustler and The Undertaker have finally been captured by the relentless G Man! While serving their sentences in the big house these ruthless criminals gave up their secrets of the American Zoot Shooters Association to Steve "G Man" Fowler. As part of their release agreement they have agreed to turn over its holdings to G Man and his squad of "Untouchables". Stay tuned for updates on future Zoot Shooters' changes coming soon! Attention - AZSA members and bosses - G Man needs 2015 updates; please contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org - Thanks, The Hustler
(Note: any previous Zoot Shooters' business, including emails, should be resent to G Man and he will follow-up accordingly. All future AZSA correspondence, including memberships and purchases, will be dealt by him directly. Updates to the website allowing membership purchases and renewals will be announced when they are reactivated. This includes purchases of AZSA merchandise)
~April 12th, 2014
We have a new club in Nebraska! Instead of putting its emergence into our own words, the match director's announcement letter is below. Also, their club information and contact details are now listed on our club page.
Big Changes Coming Soon!
~February 5th, 2014
There are about to be some big changes made within the AZSA! As many of you may have noticed, there has not appeared to be much going on with Zoot Shooters. On an organizational level, this is true and we intend to
Deacon’s Bully Pulpit #9 Handling a Revolver
~August 1st, 2013
Okay there are some nearly lost arts to handling a revolver. This is due to the autoloader’s dominance in the last few decades, as many agencies no longer teach the handling of wheelguns. So we will go over the ways to efficiently handle that gun with the cylinder in the middle!
Deacon’s Bully Pulpit #7 Da Scattergun
~December 7th, 2012
Yup, time to look at the most intimidating short range firearm out there, the shotgun.
Praised for balance, cussed for recoil, it is all these things and more. Let’s look at the 4 sizes we have first: the 20, 16, 12 and 10 Gauges. For those of you new to shotguns, the smaller the gauge number, the bigger the barrel. The 10 gauge was a very rare bird back in our era except in custom guns and it is a very heavy recoiling round in today’s loadings, so it’s really not one to consider as the other 3 are much, much better suited for us.