2021/2022 Youth Shooting Season

Our final youth shooting session of the season was held this past Friday the 20th. We had great attendance for the final session and wrapped up the season with our annual pizza party and the awarding of NRA marksmanship certificates and patches for seven shooters. Thanks to Dan DeKruger for all his help on the marksmanship awards. And thanks to all the families who brought snacks and goodies for the party.

Overall we were very pleased with the season. Resuming a year and a half after we had to pause due to Covid we were not sure how the turnout would be. Happily we had great turnout from both returning shooters and many new shooters. We’re happy to report that since the founding of the program in 2016 (and our first shooting in the 2017/18 season) we are now over 100 individual participants who have shot with us. Considering that we had over a full year where we could not shoot due to Covid, this is a great accomplishment.


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Final Youth Shooting Session for the Season

This coming Friday, May 20th, will be the last session for the season for the youth shooting program. New shooters are welcome anytime – arrive @ 6pm if you’re new. Otherwise, first round downrange is 6:30pm.

Hope to see you this Friday!

2022 Membership Cards

2022 Membership Cards are available. If you did not get your card from Roy yet, they are at the indoor range in the desk drawer upstairs. Feel free to stop by and pick yours up. If you cannot get to the range please let Roy know and we will mail it out to you.

Youth Shooting Update

Our second to last session of the year is this Friday, May 6th. We always welcome new shooters no matter where we are in the season so if you know of someone who wants to shoot with us for the first time, have them arrive @ 6pm. First round downrange will be @ 6:30pm.

Our final session for the season will be Friday, May 20th. For those who plan in advance our first session for the new season starting in the Fall will be Friday, September 16th!

Hope to see everyone this Friday.

May Newsletter

The May 2022 business meeting will be held at the Club on Monday May 2nd at 7:30 pm. This will be an in person and on line (via zoom) meeting. Doug Scranton will be emailing the Zoom link to members just before the meeting.

Covid update

Several of our members have informed me that they currently have the Covid Virus. Per CDC guidelines mask use is still optional. We will be socially distancing at the meeting to be safe.


The Western New York Outdoor Pistol League starts this month. They shoot Sunday mornings. Ten X is in need of additional shooters. Please contact Jim G. if you are interested in trying it out. Outdoor Bullseye practice will be held on Thursday nights, weather permitting.

Outdoor Range

I would like to offer my thanks to Jim and Bob and all those who attended the work party to get the outdoor range ready for summer.

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April Newsletter

The April 2022 business meeting will be held at the Club on Monday April 4th at 7:30 pm. This will be an in person and on line (via zoom) meeting. The link will be posted on the website just before the meeting.

Some goods news

Congratulations go out to Ten X youth competition team member Tyler DeKruger. In January, Tyler shot in a USA Shooting Junior Olympic qualifier match at Jamestown Rifle Club. The match was one of two Junior Olympic qualifiers shot in New York state.

Tyler finished 1st in the State for men’s junior air rifle and 4th in the State for men’s junior smallbore. Recently he got his official invitation to represent New York State at the 2022 Junior Olympics at Hillsdale College in May. Tyler’s scores were 571 for 60 shot standing air rifle and 545 for 60 shot 3 position smallbore. That is some pretty impressive shooting. Our heart felt Congratulations go out Tyler.

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Thursday Night Shoots

Open sights, red dot, or scopes allowed

(lasers are distracting and therefore not allowed)

Lead ammunition only – no jackets indoors

One or two handed grip allowed

Course of fire – 2 slow fire targets, same gun

(highest of the two targets will count)

Normal range fee of $3 per night apply

“Revolver only” match

Results : 1st- Jim W (78), 2nd- John M (76), 3rd- Jim O (73)

“Mid Caliber only” match

Results : 1st- Jim W (81), 2nd- Jim O (74), 3rd- Don K (71)

“Carry Gun only” match

Results : 1st- Jim O (95), 2nd- Jim W (93), 3rd- Walt C (91)

“Large Caliber only” match

Results : 1st- Jim O (77), 2nd- Jim W (62), 3rd- Al H (61)

Youth Shooting Update – March 13th

Our next shooting date is Friday, March 18th. First round downrange is 6:30pm. New shooters please arrive @ 6pm for safety and firearms orientation.

Following March 18th, our remaining shooting dates are April 1st, April 15th, May 6th and May 20th.

If you have any questions please e-mail Matt Giansante, Ten X Youth Shooting Program Coordinator at matt@olm1.com

March Newsletter

This month’s meeting will held March 7th at 7:30 pm and will be streamed live on Zoom for those who are out of town or have covid-related concerns. The Zoom link will appear on the website the day of the meeting.

Per the Board of Directors and current health guidelines, the wearing of a facemask is optional for this meeting. Please be respectful of your fellow members and continue to practice social distancing at the meeting.

The NRA Sectional Match will be held at Ten X on March 4th, 5th and 6th. We are in need of help for this match, Please contact Joe McDonald if you are able to serve as a Range Officer of target runner. Please contact our Match Director, Peter Vasilion if you wish to shoot. Both indoor ranges will be closed to open shooting during this match.

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Covid Update

Per discussion at the Board meeting, and in compliance with CDC and local health guidelines.

Mask use at the indoor range is now “optional”.

Please be considerate, practice social distancing when possible and, of course, stay home if you have covid symptoms or have been in recent contact with someone who has.