Guthrie Gunfighters Inc

Guthrie Gunfighters Inc 2nd & Harrison Rd
Guthrie, OK 73044

Phone: 405-613-4618
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Visit Guthrie and get a taste of the Old West with gunfight re-enactments held each Saturday in June through September.  Gunfights are presented by Guthrie Gunfighters, Inc., an Old West historical re-enactment group.  From the clothing of the period to the attitude, these re-enactors play their roles with accuracy, and will make onlookers feel like part of the show. 

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Re-enactments take place each Sat. from June-Sept from 10am to noon. Re-enactments sometimes take place at 1st and Harrison and and sometimes at 2nd and Harrison. Please call ahead to ensure the gunfighters will be on site.

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