Rifle Instructor Course


In September we held our first NRA certified pistol instructor course.  Under the instruction of Budd Schroeder, eleven Ten-X members successfully completed the course and are now NRA certified pistol instructors.  Budd has now agreed to hold a certified NRA Rifle Instructor course at Ten-X. 

The dates for the course will be Saturday January 16th and Saturday January 23rd.  The time will be 9am to 4pm, each day.  There is room for sixteen members  to participate.  Slots will be reserved on a first-come, first-reserved basis.  After sixteen slots are reserved, we will begin a waiting list.  If any of the first sixteen are unable to participate, we will then contact members on the waiting list, in the order they were placed on the list. 

We know that there is significant interest in this course, and we expect the slots to fill quickly.  We hope to hold additional rifle and pistol instructor courses as we progress through 2016 and as those […]

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November 2015 Newsletter

The November General Membership meeting November 2, 2015, at 8:00 pm at our indoor range at 853 Ransom Road.  The November newsletter is attached here.

We will be considering a motion to raise dues, make permanent the increased range fee voted in at the October meeting, and lastly, the nomination of Club officers for the 2016 calendar year.  Any member in good standing who has been a member for at least one full year may run for office.  There are presently nine elected offices.

Anyone interested in running for an office must be nominated and seconded at the November meeting so we can prepare ballots for voting at the December meeting.


A beautiful day at the outdoor range


October 2015 Newsletter

We are back to our regular schedule of General Membership meetings on the first Monday of the Month.  Our next meeting will be October 5, 2015, at 8:00 pm at our indoor range at 853 Ransom Road.

Recommendations will be made on raising range fees and dues.  We will also have an update on the Capital Improvement Project and the winter leagues. Hope to see you there!

Click here for the October 2015 Newsletter

A little protest now and then…

Our member and SCOPE Director Don Hey asked to pass along an announcement that SCOPE is hosting a public protest calling for the termination of the Integrated SAFE Act Reporting System (ISARS).  This protest will be in front of the State Police Headquarters building in Latham, NY, on October 10, 2015, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.   See, https://www.facebook.com/events/913921002034801

The ISARS system was created with passage of the SAFE Act and amends the New York Mental Hygiene Law by


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2015 NYS Championship – Preliminary results


Updated: September 28, 2015

Greetings, competitors:

Just a quick update while we compile the numbers for the entire match.  The preliminary local NRA Championship results can be found by clicking here.

Preliminary results for the Distinguished Revolver and NYS State Championship Team Match are now available.  Click here for to view the DR and Team bulletin.  Please note we corrected the Team Bulletin!

Results for the CMP EIC match and Distinguished .22 will be posted soon.

2015-2016 Precision Rifle League Schedule Announced

Greetings all current, former, and aspiring smallbore rifle competitors.  The 2015-2016 Niagara Frontier Rifle League schedule is available.

This league, formed eons ago when the planet was still hot, used to boast 400+ competitors 35 years ago. It is trying to rebuild and bring in new shooters who are young in spirit or young in body.  However, the league also has a number of shooters in their 80s, so no interested participant will be turned away on account of age.  No experience is necessary to start out.

The league schedule, in PDF format, can be found by clicking here.


September Newsletter

Welcome back!

We hope everyone had an enjoyable summer and got to accomplish all they set out to do! The Club had a very busy summer with concrete poured and a new 50-yard benchrest position created.

Due to the Labor Day Holiday the next General Meeting is September 14, 2015 at 8:00 PM at the indoor range on Ransom Road.

Some very important items will be discussed at this meeting.  Topics will include fundraising for the indoor range and outdoor range capital improvement projects, and cooperative extension grant applications.  Expected motions include become an NRA 100% Club, issuing member assessments, raise dues, file grant applications and the taking of a mortgage.  If you want to have a say, then plan on attending!

The electronic version of the September newsletter can be downloaded here

Midsummer Projects

If you have been to the outdoor range lately, you will notice a number of small projects were recently completed or are nearing completion.  This summer, we finished roofing the kitchen, poured a concrete pad on positions 1 to 5 of the 50 yard range, poured a ramp in front of the Statistics Building, completed the electrical wiring in the kitchen and installed new plumbing in the men’s bathroom.  There are so many people to thank, that we are sure to miss someone if we were to list individual names here.  So,  thank you to all our volunteers.

There remains a few minor chores and projects to do.  There are still many members who haven’t fulfilled their volunteer credit for the year. So, the following is our “To Do” list for August:

Branches to be trimmed back near the south end of the covered rifle firing line Branches to be trimmed along the low end of the pistol range, from firing line to backstop 50-yard target frame from 50 yard […]

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August Tournament Preliminary Results

Bright sun and gentle breezes welcomed our August “2700” Tournament Sunday morning and stayed through the end of the match.  We welcomed 8 tournament competitors, including a guests from as far away as Canada and Syracuse.  We had ample and excellent volunteer help too!  Thank you to all of our members who turned out to lend a hand and thank you to all of our competitors for a good tournament.

The preliminary score report is posted below.  To download a PDF version click here.