Happy Thanksgiving to all our members and guests.
The December 2016 Newsletter is attached below along with a copy of the proposed Constitutional Amendment and the proxy for voting on that amendment, and a copy of the ballot for election of officers. Please let a Board Member know if you have any questions. Good shooting.
Click here for the December Newsletter
Click here for the Constitutional Amendment
Click here for the Ballot for Club Elections.
Check out The Empowered Women section to see the new article that I posted on Women that Hunt. I thought it was pretty interesting.
The 2016-2017 Niagara Frontier Pistol League has started. Open to competitors of all skill levels, we try to make the season fun for all and an opportunity to get out and work on your pistol skills. This year’s schedule is attached below. We would like everyone to come out and participate!
Be sure to follow our progress through the year. Standings will be updated weekly (depending on when reports arrive) and can be found here.
For anyone interested or concerned about the direction of bullseye shooting the following blog post is definitely a Must Read. Be sure to read the hyperlinks in Tony’s post.
Comments welcome. Good shooting,
Last Sunday the Ten X family picnic was held with a good turn out. Lots of fun, great food, and of course a few cigars were smoked at this event and the Bills won too. Below are a few pictures from last Sunday.
Despite an epic downpour Saturday, Ten X successfully completed the New York State Championship Match for the Western region. Thirteen total competitors participated. A NRA Distinguished Revolver Match as well as Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) EIC “leg” matches were held for service pistol and distinguished .22 caliber. Pending confirmation, two competitors legged out today. Attached below are the preliminary match results:
Click here for the State Match results in PDF
Click here for the Distinguished Revolver Match results in PDF
Click here for the CMP EIC Match results in PDF
Designed to introduce new shooters to the shooting sports, Ruger Firearms and the National Shooting Sports Foundation recently created a fun program open to shooters at all experience levels. Rimfire Challenge courses of fire are designed to be challenging enough to separate the top shooters but easy enough for the first time shooter. It is family friendly, and not uncommon to find young shooters along side older shooters. Its something Ten X can try out. Below are two videos designed as an introduction.
On Saturday, September 24th at 9:00 am Ten X will be hosting its first Basic Pistol and Safety Course for Women. This required course is what you need to apply for your NY State Pistol Permit. This course will take around 3 1/2 to 4 hours. Cost for this course is $65 which includes all the materials you will need. Please email Gail at: email@example.com to reserve your spot. (Ten X location is: 853 Ransom Rd., Lancaster).
Sorry all, this weeks match is being hosted by Clarence, so we will not need any volunteers. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.