"Bronco" Andrew Mendolia (foreground) and "Eagle" aka Paul Lawless compete in a Cowboy Fast Draw competition at Buccaneer Gun Club's O.K. Corral. The lights on the metal targets tell the gunslingers when to draw their guns, whether their wax bullets hit or miss, how long they take to reach the target and who has the fastest time.
"Bronco" Andrew Mendolia (foreground) and "Eagle" aka Paul Lawless compete in a Cowboy Fast Draw competition at Buccaneer Gun Club's O.K. Corral. The lights on the metal targets tell the gunslingers when to draw their guns, whether their wax bullets hit or miss, how long they take to reach the target and who has the fastest time. Mike Marsh
"Bronco" Andrew Mendolia (foreground) and "Eagle" aka Paul Lawless compete in a Cowboy Fast Draw competition at Buccaneer Gun Club's O.K. Corral. The lights on the metal targets tell the gunslingers when to draw their guns, whether their wax bullets hit or miss, how long they take to reach the target and who has the fastest time. Mike Marsh

Cowboy fast-draw simulates old west and fires up the competition

September 16, 2015 07:27 PM

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