2021-2022 League shooting

– All NFPL and SPL Matches will be shot as “postal” and at home.

– You may shoot them at a “match”, At any time prior to the match due date.

– All NRA match conditions are to be followed. A “match” will consist of two or more teamates with a range officer. Each target must be witnessed and scored by a team member.

– You must accept your score, even if it is not what you would like.

– Match due date will be 8:30 p.m. on Thursday for that weeks match.

-Put your fee in the cash box ($3 for either league) , Print your name in the log book and indicate that it is for the league (ex. John Smith – SPL- $3)

– Put your one time league fee in the cash box ($10 for either league) , Print your name in the log book and indicate that it is for the league (ex. John Smith – SPL- league fee -$10)

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Ten X Youth Shooting Program Resumes September 17th!

I’ve been waiting to write that headline for 18 months! Everything is a go for our first session of the year, which will be a week from this coming Friday, September 17th. As always, first round downrange is at 6:30pm. If you are new or are bringing someone new, be sure to arrive by 6pm so the new participatnt can go through the safety and firearms familiarity training.

Here are a few things that are different as we resume.

First, we will be asking everyone to sign a form that acknowledges that no one has knowingly been in contact with anyone with Covid or has signs/symptoms of Covid. We will need these filled out for everyone each time you attend, both participants and parents/guardians (parents are to fill out for their kids.) The second difference, as we announced earlier this summer, is that for those shooting 22lr downstairs you have the option of providing your own ammunition or you can purchase ammunition from the club for $5 for the […]

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Midsummer 2021 Newsletter

The next General Membership meeting is Monday September 13, 2021, at 7:30 pm at the Indoor Range at 853 Ransom Road.

● This Newsletter should arrive in your mail around the Independence Day holiday. The last 365 days presented everyone, the Club included, with monumental challenges. The Club is as strong as is was before the shutdown, and we are thankful. For this Independence Day, we hope that you will take some time to practice your second amendment rights with your […]

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Youth Shooting Program Update – 6/20/21

We are pleased to announce that we fully expect that the Youth Shooting Program will resume this coming September. Mark your calendars for Septebmer 17th as our first shoot. There are a few changes for the upcoming year:

Instead of shooting on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month, we will be shooting on the 1st and third Fridays of every month. This will afford us three more opportunities to shoot. In the past we only shot once in November, December, and May. With this revised schedule, we will add back in our 2nd week of shooting in those months. After several years of holding the cost at $3 per shooter, we do need to increase the cost per shooter to $5. By bringing in more money for the program we will be able to continue to keep up with the supplies and equipment we need to maintain the program. Likely everyone is aware of the severe ammunition shortage that shooters around the country are facing. As a […]

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June 2021 Membership Meeting

The June 2021 general Membership Meeting will be Monday June 7, 2021, at 7:30 pm at the Indoor Range. The meeting will be in person and streamed on Zoom.

● The June 7, 2021, meeting will be our last meeting until September barring any emergencies or special meetings. If you are sponsoring a prospective member, please get their membership application to a Board Member, preferably Al Hopkins, ASAP.

● At the May membership meeting, the First Reading of a proposed amendment to the Club Constitution was conducted. This proposed amendment is to add a new class of membership for Junior Team members. The proposed amendment and a proxy are included with this newsletter. Pursuant to the Club Constitution, the proposed amendment must be read aloud and voted on at two successive meetings before it can be adopted. A member may only vote once which is why the proxy is not anonymous.

● The indoor and outdoor range are open for shooting. Tuesdays and Thursdays continue to be open […]

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Centerfire Match Results

Here are the results on four centerfire matches from April and May 2021.45 Caliber Match1st Place – Dennis S.2nd Place – Tim S.3rd Place – Jim O.Revolver Match1st Place – Al H.2nd Place – Bob S.3rd Place – Jim O.Carry Gun Match1st Place – Dennis S.2nd Place – Jim O.3rd Place – Al H.Mid Caliber Match1st Place – Dennis S.2nd Place – Jim O.3rd Place – Tim S.

May 2021 Newsletter

The next general membership meeting is May 3, 2021, at 7:30 PM at 853 Ransom Road, Lancaster. The May 3, 2021, meeting will be held both in-person and by Zoom video link. Check the club calendar for the Zoom link. IMPORTANT NOTICE

● At the May membership meeting, the First Reading of a proposed amendment to the Club Constitution will be made. This proposed amendment is to add a new class of membership for Junior Team members.

This class would be open to any youth ages 13 to 21 for the express purpose of joining one or more of the Ten X Shooting Club sponsored competition teams. There would be no requirement that the prospective Junior Team Member’s parent or guardian be a member of Ten X. If adopted, the New Clause would be inserted as Clause 3 of Article 3, Membership, and the existing Clause 3 would be renumbered to be Clause 4.

The difference between a Junior Member and a Junior Team Member is […]

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Tuesday Night Shoots

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Youth Shooting Program Update – March 2nd, 2021

While we’re all pleased to see the decline in overall cases, hospitalizations, and of course deaths related to Covid, we are still unable to restart the program with the current social distancing restrictions that are in place. And while we are aware that there is a strong possibility that those distancing restrictions may be reduced or even eliminated in the coming weeks, we also are at a point in the year where restarting the program for this season would really be impractical. Our program always ends on the 2nd Friday of May – by the time we could get started we would likely only get a couple or three sessions in – and that doesn’t factor in the Easter break, a time when our attendance is historically light. With all of that in mind, our very strong expectation is that we will resume the regular Friday evening program in September – specifically, September 24th. We always start the fourth Friday in September and end on the second Friday in […]

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March 2021 Newsletter

The next general membership meeting isMarch 1, 2021 at 7:30 PM at 853 Ransom Road

● One year ago, we had the last normal membership meeting. The world rapidly changed after March 4 and we wound up cancelling meeting after meeting because no one understood COVID. But, Ten X survived. And our membership survived. We are not aware that any of our members passing away, and more importantly, no member or guest became infected from using our Club, even with the shoulder-to-shoulder pistol leagues resuming this past October. As your Club President, I want to thank each of our members who stuck with us and who used the range with attention and care for your fellow shooters. […]

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