"Fast and Flashy Cowboy Fun"
performed by seven time World and
National Champion Bob Hamm,
"Award Winning Fancy Sixgun Twirler"
Fast and flashy twirling maneuvers by World
Champion Bob Hamm presents audiences with an exciting
version of "Cowboy Fun" they will remember for a lifetime. His
world's largest array of traditional and modern original spin maneuvers
appeal to all ages as he performs at a skill level surpassing the fancy
twirling moves of the all-time great silver screen cowboy legends. Maneuvers
so difficult that viewers are amazed as they realize
they are witnessing highly unique hand to eye coordinated dexterity and
control achieved only by a select number of gifted athletes and performers
throughout history. Maneuvers which seem virtually impossible - an absolutely
true example of the phrase "You must see it to believe it."
Audiences are delighted with the opportunity to witness one of the world's
best, perform exclusively for them!
Bob's recognition as one of the world's top fancy sixgun twirlers is reflected
by his World Championship achievements and exciting "cowboy appeal,"
by winning the World Gunspinning Championships in Deadwood, South Dakota
and Buffalo Bill Championship in Cody, Wyoming, and performing his exhibitions
for "The Great Western World's Largest Collector's Show" - Los
Angeles; S.A.S.S. National Cowboy Action Championships, Norco; Rodeo Days
"tribute to Roy Rogers" - Sheridan, Wyoming; "Trails West"
western arts festival - St. Joseph, Missouri; USPSA Masters World Championships
- Pasa Park Range, Illinois; "Niagra Frontiers" military and
old west show - Buffalo, New York; as well as public and private exhibitions
at numerous fairs, festivals, club events, sports shows, promotions and
corporate events throughout the nation.
Bob's exhibitions are also highly adaptable to many advertising and promotional
situations, providing a rare opportunity to offer clients a legitimate
world champion, recognized as a top skilled performer in his field, offering
one of the top cowboy acts in existence. Exhibitions are performed indoors
or out, on or off stage depending upon the situation. Special on stage
performance routines choreographed to Western music are highly appealing
to large audiences and available upon request.
All exhibitions are performed in full cowboy regalia using antique western-style
silver-plated revolvers weighing approximately 2 1/2 pounds each. They are non-firing,
totally deactivated and plugged stage prop pistols rendered absolutely safe for public
staging. The exhibitions are highly adaptable to all situations and can be modified as
necessary to fit your needs. Very reasonable pricing. Promotional video available upon