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John “Skinny” Clarke showing off single-action shooting skills. (Photo: Don Summers/Guns.com)

John Clarke acts as editor-in-chief of The Cowboy Chronicle, a quarterly publication dedicated to the Single Action Shooting Society. Operating under the stage name, “Skinny,” on and off the range, he dedicates his time and energy to SASS.

Founded on the guns of the Old West, SASS brings a sense of entertainment to the sport with costumes and stage names, to boot. Guns.com caught up with Skinny as he showed us his guns and demonstrated some SASS style.

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The Revolver: Stainless Steel Old Ruger Vaqueros Chambered in .38/.357

shooting Ruger Vaquero

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Ruger Vaquero

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Ruger Vaquero

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SASS Shooter

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The Rifle: Stainless Steel 1894 Marlin Chambered in .38/.357

SASS Shooter

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brass ejecting

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1894 Marlin barrel

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1894 Marlin

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The Shotgun: Stoeger Coach Gun in 12 Gauge

SASS Shotgun

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break action shotgun

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Stoeger Shotgun

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Side by side shotgun

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.38 spl

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Shotgun shells

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