Events Scheduled for January 2018
- Polar Bear Shoot at 12:00 Noon on Tuesday, January 1st.
- Sundays at 3:00PM on the 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th.
- Wednesdays at 6:00PM on the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th.
General Membership Meeting January 10th at 7:30PM
All members are encouraged to attend.
Board Meeting January 24th at 8:00PM
Individuals interested in becoming members need to show up 1/2 hour early (7:30 PM) for orientation.
The driveway gate is currently active and being used. If it is locked when you arrive, you can unlock it using the same passcode as the Clubhouse doors. The gate must be manually opened and closed. After unlocking the gate, be sure to scramble the code so the unlock passcode doesn’t remain visible on the lock.
If you are the last one leaving the property, make sure you close and lock the gate, and scramble the code so the unlock passcode doesn’t remain visible on the lock.
All targets are to be placed directly in front of the berms. No targets are to positioned midway between the firing line and the berms.
No targets will be stapled to or put on any picnic table. Fasten targets to the backer boards only or place targets on the ground in front of or on the berms as low as possible.
The recent winds have knocked down several trees in the woods at the club. Any club member wanting fire wood is welcome to these downed trees. You must cut and haul them yourself.
An ODNR sponsored Hunter’s Education will be taking place on Oct 22nd from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM inside the clubhouse.Â If you have a youth (or yourself!) that is interested in attending, sign up on the Ohio Division of Wildlife web site.
Members: In the past, this has not affected use of the range on the outside of the building; however, kindly check in with Bruce before assuming this is the case.
For the pig roast, last names beginning with A – G please bring a salad, H – Q please bring a vegetable, and R – Z please bring a dessert.
Shooting starts at 2 pm; with dinner at 6 pm.Â The club will provide the meat, sodas, plastic ware, cups, and plates.
We will have .22 rifle and pistol activities on the north range, trap on the trap range, and black powder shooting on the south range.Â Your are encouraged to bring a black powder firearm and any .22 rifle or pistol.Â The shooting on the north range will be child-friendly.
Here are the new Club, Range and Firearms Rules.Â Also, here are the Long Range Qualification procedures.
Qualification for Shooting beyond 100 Yards
- Demonstrate or describe the procedure for zeroing your rifle.
- Understand limits of your cartridge(s).
- Describe what click values are and what they are for your rifle.
- Know where to find an appropriate trajectory chart/information and use it to demonstrate change of zero from 100 yards to 200, 300, & 400 yards.
- Demonstrate appropriate shooting positions for 200 yards and beyond.
Qualifications will be held one half hour prior to membership meetings.Â Special times can be made by request to the board.