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Senior Tyler Thorsteinson has been shooting single-action rifles for the past five years. Submitted photo

The Packer Weekly: Thorsteinson shoots for his target

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The number 79011 would mean next to nothing to most people, but to senior Tyler Thorsteinson it is his identifier. Those five numbers are what makes him part of a family of more than 100,000, the Single Action Shooting Society (S.A.S.S.). The group is an international organization that aims to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting. The organization allows people to dress up in old clothing and fire old guns at metal targets as fast as possible.

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