Where We

OK Corral Gun Club is south central Florida’s premier shooting sports club and western town, hosting 10 outdoor shooting venues, and mining town cabins offer guests an amazing lodging experience. Lunch is server daily in the High Noon Café.  Event facilities are also present on the 350 acres of land that were formerly used for grazing cattle during the early 1800’s, back at the time of the earliest of the real cowboys.  The Cracker Cowboy moved their cattle over this very land. 

All new shooters must complete the online LIABILITY WAIVER.  This is a one-time event.

The Waiver automatically renews each year.

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When We

The OK Corral Outlaws have renewed cowboy action shooting at our facility with modified operations status that meets compliance with CDC and State guidelines for COVID.  As each monthly match is planned, a specific email notice will be forwarded to all shooters in our area giving more detail on the timeline, stage scenarios and shooting guidelines established in light of the environment that all we face in today.

The OK Corral Outlaws have their monthly match on the 4th Saturday of the month. Match registration is 8:00 am to 8:45 am.  A mandatory safety meeting begins at 8:55 and shooting starts at 9:00 am.

The “SHOOTOUT AT THE OK CORRAL” is an annual match which is held on the 4th Saturday of January.  This match includes a unique theme, 8 competitive stages, a Chuckwagon lunch, and awards presentation.   More details to register for the annual match can be found further down on this page.

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How We

Cowboy Action Shooting™ is a shooting sport in which contestants compete in costume and with firearms typical of those used in the taming of the Old West: single action revolvers, lever action rifles, and shotguns of the era. The competition is staged in a characterized, Old West style.  The use of vintage firearms, authentic costuming, unique targets, and fast action make Cowboy Action Shooting™ one of the most interesting of all shooting sports for both spectator and contestant.

The Rule Book is the official Shooter’s Handbook of the Cowboy Action Shooters Society (SASS). The New Shooter Info is a quick guide on preparation for a match and the safety rules during the match.  

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Howdy Pardner!

We are a Cowboy Action Shooting Club affiliated with the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS). Cowboy Action Shooting is a family oriented sport that embraces two primary facets of the old west, shooting and costuming.

Participants dress in late 1800 era clothing and engage in staged and timed shooting scenarios using firearms typical of those used in taming of the Old West. The single action revolver, lever or pump action rifles, as well as, old time shotguns is the weaponry of choice for the competitors as they fight for the prestige of clearing the multi-staged courses in the fastest times with the highest accuracy.

Named after the Wild West’s  famous 30 second gun fight in 1881, OK Corral Gun Club is situated on a 350-acre site in Okeechobee, Florida. This land was settled back in the early 1800’s as grazing lands for cattle back when Okeechobee was the home to European settlers. It is now repurposed to being the premier shooting sports club and western town in south central Florida. Housing 10 outdoor shooting venues, mining town cabins, recreational and event facilities, and so much more spread out along the land.

The Match

Corral Chronicle – May 2021
25 Outlaws went rustling at The Corral this morning but Polecat Joe had some tricks in store for them.  There were rifle reloads, swinging doors, pistol knockdowns, down range movement, and much more.  The rain only sprinkled on us for a few minutes and the breeze was welcomed by all, especially those Outlaws shooting holy black!
We welcomed back a long absent Outlaw, Cracker Smacker, who made sure no one on Posse 2 could hear when he was done shooting stages.  JP Law was back with us after a short hiatus and man did he bring it!  Amaduelist made the drive down to help the Outlaws hold up a hotel, a mine, and a bank.  Preacherman made the drive over from the west coast to dazzle us with his gunfighter skills.  Wild Mike shot his last match with us before heading north to Wisconsin.  Buffalo Jake came up with RK Carroll from Broward and ran those 45s like they were 38 SPC.  John Ruth and Wild Ruth McCoy joined us again and they had a couple friends observing that we suspect we’ll see again real soon.  Audra and Bob came over from Clewiston after a very long absence.  And Johny Blackhouse came over from Sarasota to partake in the fun and dazzle us with his new found ’97 prowess.  All in total, there were 9 counties represented today from all over Florida and no one seemed disappointed by making the trip.
A special thank you to Kid Harrison for coming and helping Polecat Joe set up yesterday.  His snowbird help all flew north for the summer so his help is much appreciated.
We had only 2 Clean Shooters this month, Polecat and Wild Mike.  Dagnabbits go to Velvet Sheath, Chickie Winsome, Johnny Blackhouse, Amaduelist, and El Sid.  Congratulations to our May Top GunJP Law and our Ladies Top GunChickie Winsome.  Our Top 5 was rounded out by Angus McNasty, El Sid, The Outlaw Travis James, and Amaduelist respectively.  See scores below.  Scores will also be posted on our ASN page and website shortly.
Those of you not attending End of Trail should join us next month on our regular 4th Saturday, June 26th.  Stay posted to our Facebook and ASN pages and SASS Florida for more info.  Links below.
Hey there Cowpokes, it’s time to put them six shooters, rifles, and shotguns to use at our SASS affiliate Annual Match  “SHOOTOUT AT THE OK CORRAL.    In this event shooters will test their steel in action stages where it all comes down to their speed and accuracy to see who’s the real best shot in the west.  Roam about our cowboy action town and grab some fine grub at our Chuckwagon lunch. This event is going to be one heck of a ho down. We look forward to seeing y’all out there!


Completed:  January 23, 2021  
     There are hundreds of women who stand out in the history of the Old West due to their strong character, contributions to society, or plain interesting personalities.  From the hardy women pioneers who were nurses, abolitionists, stagecoach drivers, and some doctors. For those less fortunate, forced by circumstance, need and adventure, you’ll find female outlaws, gamblers, powerful Madams, their brothels, and a bevy of soiled doves.
We hope you enjoyed the match.


Please visit the OK Corral Gun Club website for more information on the facilities available.

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Shootout At The OK Corral  2020

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Shootout At The OK Corral  2019