Outdoor Range Closed Saturday

Hello members:

Just a friendly reminder that we will be having a outdoor range clean up event this coming Saturday (presuming we don’t have a blizzard.

The work detail begins at 8:30 am and runs until we are done.  Estimated time is 1:00 pm.

2015 Sectional Awards Bulletin Released

The final Match Bulletin and awards program for the 2015 NRA Sectional is attached below.  A total of 38 competitors turned out to make the match a success.  Checks and NRA points will be mailed out at the end of before May 1.  The medals for the open awards will be presented at the Combined SPL / NFPL awards banquet on May 2 at Kotecki’s Grove, West Seneca.

Two things from our stat office:

1. As always, we invite your comments and feedback about out match because we are interested in making shooting tournaments an enjoyable experience.  We want to do better.

2. We want to encourage and assist to the greatest extent possible the development of new competitors.  Lets face facts:  we as a community are growing old and grey.  The cost of equipment, guns, ammo doubled almost overnight in reaction to the SAFE Act.  More and more people are dropping out because of cost, and fear that law enforcement will be watching us due to the SAFE Act.  […]

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Outdoor Range Combination Changed

The combination code for the outdoor range was changed on Saturday April 11.  The new code will be sent out with the May newsletter but as is our policy, the code will not be published on-line or in public fashion.

If you can’t wait for the newsletter, you may get the combination code from Art Young, myself, or any of the other Board members.

Bruce Matthies, Chief Range Officer

 

Saturday Work Party Update

Howdy gang:

We had a fair turnout for the indoor range clean up today.  Thanks are owed to the following members who came out: Paul Englert (Life Member), Gail Fechter, Jim Gerstung, Martin Gorman, Scott Hartman, Don Kwiatkowski, Jim Mills, Chris Mornelli, Irv Reinig, Mitch Vogel and Tom Wisiorek.  Thanks are also owed to prospective member Art Eisensmith who helped out today also.  I really hope i didn’t leave anybody out . . . i was downstairs with a few guys and Jim Mills coordinated the upstairs cleaning with others . . . If I forgot to thank anybody, I am sure Jim will let us know.  Many hands make for quick work and everyone was done and gone by 11:30 am  — less than 3 hours.

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Indoor Range Closed Saturday for Cleaning

Dear Members and Tenants:

This will confirm that the indoor range will be closed this Saturday, April 11, 2015, for periodic cleaning and maintenance.

All members who are available are asked to come out and help with the clean up.  Starting time is 8:30 am and the range will be closed to shooting until the work is done.  If enough members and tenants come, the range will reopen around 12:00 to 1:00 pm.

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Alden Air Pistol League

From SCOPE Director Carl Leas:

I will be running the informal Air Pistol League at Alden Rod & Gun Club again this Spring and Summer. It will begin Tuesday May 5, 2015 and run thru Tuesday July 21, 2015 with a banquet on Tuesday July 28, 2015, at the club.Cost is $6.00 per match and you must shoot 11 matches to complete the league. Match fee includes the Banquet and prizes at the Banquet. We will shoot the 40 round short course at 10 meters. First relay is at 7:30 PM, second at 8:30 PM, 3rd as necessary. Shoot aheads allowed.

Any questions contact me via e-mail (carlpride-at-msn.com) or at 716.656.0350. Of course you can let other air pistol shooters know about this. I currently have 2 extra air pistols that you can use if you […]

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April 2015 Newsletter

Attached is this coming month’s Newsletter.  The next general meeting will be April 6, 2015, beginning at 8:00 pm at the indoor range.

More Food for Thought

Hat tip to former National Champion Brian Zins:

http://www.gunnuts.net/2015/03/16/why-bullseye-is-the-most-popular-pistol-shooting-sport/

2015 Sectional Tournament Results

UPDATED March 15, 2015

The National Rifle Association 2015 Conventional Pistol Sectional Tournament concluded today with 38 competitors coming out over the weekend.  Thank you to all of our club’s volunteers, as well as Boston Valley Conservation Society member Russell Rizzo who volunteered to call Sunday’s match.  Thank you to all of the competitors who came out from as far east as Rochester and as far south as Dunkirk.

The preliminary results are posted below.  Congrats to our match winner, Rich Powers who posted at 855-24x to bring home the overall gold medal.

Click this link for the Preliminary Results

 

 

Calling all league shooters!

Hello to all our members!!

As I hope you all know, Ten X is hosting the NRA Sectionals this weekend.  I’m urging you to come out and shoot one of the three days.  (The only one close to being full is Friday with 14 at this writing).

I’d like to see Ten X strongly represented since we are the host.  Last year we only had three competitors from the club which did not allow us to enter the team event (we needed 4).  At this point, we only have two for this year.  All in all pretty pathetic from a group I think should at least be interested in supporting our biggest annual “fundraiser” not to mention, as I mentioned, we are the host.  The event costs $25.00 per shooter (90 shots).  The club will pay for the additional entry cost of the team event (30 shots, additional  Gallery Course). 

Calling all league shooters!