The March meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on March 24th at
Greenbriar Restaurant This is the OLD Greenbriar restaurant about
2 miles north of I-565 exit #3. Those planning to have a meal should
be there by 6:00.
The range will be closed for a Work Party on April 4th. If you are able to help out, the following tools will be useful: shovel, garden rake, weed eater, hammer and electric drill/screwdrivers. David Howard
The combination will be changed AFTER all the new membership cards have been sent out. DO NOT call about your check. The Membership Chairman collects a batch of checks (a batch runs to a couple of hundred or more), then, at his convenience, he passes these on to the Treasurer. At his convenience, the Treasurer then deposits the checks. If anything goes wrong with the USPS or the B&G,we will work it out.
Bob Koehn (firstname.lastname@example.org) has taken over the job of Web-Site Chairman. Laura Perry has done this job well for several years. Her work is greatly appreciated.
A hinge on the range gate is broken, so please be careful operating the gate. The gate will be repaired shortly.
Norm Robinson is going ahead with the indoor Pistol shoots at the Last Resort range. The shoot is built around "Bullseye" shooting. HOWEVER, no one is excluded. The emphasis is on shooting for fun. Contact Norm on email@example.com for more information.
Steel targets are not to be attached to the target frames as lead spatter erodes the wood supports and the hooks are being ruined. Steel targets are to be self supporting. Pepper poppers and heavy metal plates are acceptable. Be very careful with these targets - ricochets are common, and lead splatter from steel plates can be a serious hazard and is an aggravation to others. Either put the steel targets on the backstop or elevate targets so any misses go into the backstop. Steel pistol/rimfire targets are to be no closer than 25 yards (75 feet) away from the firing line . Centerfire rifle targets are to be no closer than the 100 yard berm. Centerfire rifle FMJ’s, or armor piercing bullets are not to be used against steel targets because of the risk of return ricochets. Rifles using full magnum pistol cartridges, such as the 44 Mag or 357 Mag, are to keep steel targets at the 100 yard range due to the violence of lead spatter.
A successful "Appleseed" marksmanship training session was held the weekend of August 30/31, 2014.
Photo taken during the 2014 Appleseed Shoot
The Retro Rimfire Match was fired on November 8, 2014.
Photo taken during the 2014 Retro Rimfire Match
The Executive Committee has decided to impose a $200 initiation fee on new applicants. In addition, applicants must attend an Exec. meeting to pick up an application.
The Club is conducting an inventory of Club property for the annual report. Anyone possessing club property should report it to David Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org. One item missing is the Ransom pistol machine rest. On a similar note, if anyone wants a non-functional lawn mower, contact David Howard - FREE to a good home.
|Mar 21||Precision High Power||B&G Range||9:00 a.m.|
|Apr 4||Work Party||B&G Range||9:00 a.m.|
|Apr 11||Pot Shots||B&G Range||9:00 a.m.|
|Apr 11||Smallbore Prone||B&G Range||8:30 a.m.|
|Apr 18||Precision High Power||B&G Range||9:00 a.m.|
|Apr 25||Pot Shots||B&G Range||8:30 a.m.|