Ten X to Host CCW Instructor’s Course

Ten X will host an NRA FFL Instructor’s training course on August 23, 24, and 25, 2019. The class runs from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm on all three days. On Friday, August 23, and for the classroom portion of the course on Saturday August 24, the course will be held at the indoor range at 853 Ransom Road, while the firing instruction on Saturday and Sunday will be at the outdoor range on Greenbush Road.

The NRA CCW Instructor Certification Course equips firearms trainers with the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to teach others how to safely and responsibly carry a concealed handgun for personal protection. NRA CCW Course builds on the fundamentals taught in the NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Course and puts those skills into a defensive context. There are two prerequisites for the CCW instructor class: (1) you must be an NRA-certified pistol instructor, and (2) you must complete the NRA CCW Basic Course. The CCW Basic Course is being held this same weekend […]

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Good News for Youth Shooting in New York State

Some good news came out of Albany recently regarding youth shooting programs in the state. A bill up for consideration in the state Assembly and Senate would have effectively ended youth shooting programs for those under age 16. Thankfully the final bill provided an exemption that will allow youth shooting (including programs like ours at Ten X) to continue in the state. Here is an article about the issue: https://www.thedailynewsonline.com/bdn01/supervised-youth-access-to-firearms-safe-under-amended-state-law-20190622

July 2019 Update

JULY 2019 UPDATE

There will be no Meeting in July or August due to the summer holiday.  However, we wanted members to be up-to-date on what is happening with Club business.  […]

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June 2019 NRA Tournament Preliminary Results

Our first NRA 2700 of the year was fired on Sunday June 9. Very warm and sunny weather prevailed and 11 competitors fired for record.

June 2019 Newsletter

The next General Membership meeting will be Monday June 3, 2019 at 7:30 pm at 853 Ransom Road, Lancaster.

● The June 3, 2019, meeting will be our last meeting until September barring any emergencies or special meeting. If you are sponsoring a prospective member, please get their membership application to a Board Member, preferably Al Hopkins, ASAP so we can act on it at the June meeting.

● Tuesdays and Thursdays continue to be open practice nights. Steel Plate shooting is runs every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at the Outdoor Range. In the event of poor weather, the rain-date for Steel Plate will be the following week. Al Hopkins is the point of contact for Steel Plate. Precision pistol shooting practices are every Thursday at both the indoor and outdoor ranges. Bruce Matthies and Mitch Vogel are points of contact for precision pistol.

● The Western New York Outdoor Pistol League (WNYOPL) continues this month:

The current standings are available for download at WNYOPL tab, […]

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Final Youth Shooting Session of the Season this Friday May 10th!

We’ll be wrapping up another successful season of our Youth Shooting program this Friday, May 10th @ 6:30pm. As always, new shooters please arrive @ 6pm for safety training and orientation. We’ll be having a pizza party following our shooting and Dan DeKruger will be awarding more of the youth shooting achievement awards.

It truly has been a good season. We really feel like we’ve got things set up and running smoothly as we complete our second full year. We’ve also had special sessions for Boy Scout groups, individual sessions for a group from Rochester, and now we’re learning that the Girl Scouts are ready to start to allow their girls to participate in the shooting sports as individual troops. We’re optimistic that starting in the fall we’ll be able to get the Girls Scouts active in our program.

I also want to take this opportunity to thank all of our instructors, other members who have helped us out, and the Board of Directors for their continued support of the […]

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2018-2019 LEAGUE AWARDS

Team awards

Niagara Frontier Pistol League

Divisional – Team actual wins – First Place

Divisional – Team handicap wins – Second Place

Suburban Pistol League

Divisional – Team actual wins – First Place

Divisional – Team handicap wins – First Place

 

Individual awards

Jim Gerstung

Sportsman of the Year

 

Peter Vasilion

Highest score of the season – Expert

Highest average of the season – Expert

Possible award – 100 target

Highest individual average – Second place

 

Jim Zemla

Most Improved Shooter Award

Highest average of the season – Promarksman.

Highest handicap of the season – Promarksman

 

Doug Scranton

Possible award – 100 target

NRA 900 MK – Slow fire match – Third Place

 

Al Hopkins

NRA 900 MK – Aggregate overall score – First Place

NRA 900 MK – National Gallery Match Course – First Place

NRA 900 MK – Slow fire match – […]

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May 2019 Newsletter

We hope each of our members and readers will have had a happy and blessed Easter and Passover. Hopefully, too, spring will be here shortly and the wet and cold will be behind us. The coming membership meeting will be an important one, so without further delay, let’s get to the news:

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Youth Shooting Update: April 15, 2019

Our session this past Friday the 12th was our most well-attended session in our history! We were joined by four young ladies from the Rochester area, as well as a couple of additional high-school competitive shooters. It says a lot about our program that we have kids coming a distance just to participate – there really are very few programs like ours anywhere in Western New York and the parents of the kids from Rochester were very complementary and grateful for our efforts. The club should truly be proud of what we’re doing for kids and their families.

One challenge we did have was that someone broke the white folding table in the upstairs range that we use as part of our program. Because of that we were limited to eight kids on the line, instead of ten. This resulted in kids having to take shifts for their shooting. We would have been able to let more kids put more rounds down range had we been made aware and been […]

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Tuesday Night Shoot Results

April 9th – Centerfire Revolver

1st Place – 77 – Al H.

2nd Place – 71 – Jim W. & Joe Mc. (tie)

April 16th – Mid Caliber

1st Place – 67 – Carl B.

2nd Place – 64 – Mitch V. & Al H. (tie)

April 23rd – .45 Caliber

1st Place – 77 – Carl B.

2nd Place – 70 – Jim M.

3rd place – 67 – Al H.

April 30 – Carry gun

1st Place – 69 – Walt C.

2nd Place – 52 – Jim W.

3rd place – 47 – Al H.