Come join us on June 4th for a fun filled day of hand-gunning to benefit our veterans! All proceeds will be given to the Valor Clinic Foundation. Mixed steel and paper targets scored using time plus. Entry fee is a $15 donation or $15 worth of non-perishable can goods.
The items listed above are preferred items. Other items will be accepted. Please keep in mind that cans should be flip top so no can opener is required, and no glass jars.
We will be running squads at 9AM and again at 2PM. Shooters may opt to donate twice and shoot with both the morning and afternoon groups! Mandatory safety briefings will take place at 8:45AM and 1:45PM prior to shooting. If you are not at the safety briefing you will not shoot!
The shoot will consist of 5 stages, 2 steel knockdown, 1 paper and steel, 1 all paper, 1 steel challenge. The minimum round count is approximately 100 rounds. Remember, the minimum round count means you have to shoot clean. BRING EXTRA AMMO!
We are offering pre-registration via Practiscore. This will help us get an idea of expected attendance. As of now we are planning to allow walkon registration beginning at 8:00AM and 1:00PM on the day of the shoot. However, if slots fill up via Practiscore that may change. We encourage all shooters to register via Practiscore to ensure a spot!
Well we made it through our first shoot of the year and we had a great turnout with two new shooters Barry Ray and Jay Gross who for the first time out shot most of the season Black Powder Shooters even with the heavy winds Barry and Jay great job and hope to see the both of you at the rest of the matches this year. Our next shoot will be in May and let's see if we can make it even a larger turn out with some more new shooters.
We would like to wish everyone a Very Happy Easter to you and your families and let not forget our brothers and sisters in the Military and Law Enforcement and if you are traveling on the roads on this Easter Please be careful on the roads.
Not a bad turn out for the first shoot of 2017 ! Lead Slinger Leroy took the over all win with Beaver Run Kid chasing him down for a second place and then Dodge Bill only a mere two seconds behind him. Great shootin guys.
The April Practical Handgun shoot originally scheduled for Easter Sunday (16th) has been moved back one week to the 23rd. Same time same place.
Also, volunteers are requested for the morning of April 8th to help finish the roofing on the skeet houses. Volunteers should be physically able to climb ladders.
The Meat Card shoot scheduled for April 9th has been cancelled. Instead the postponed RSO class will take its place on the calendar.
RSO Class Sunday, April 9th @ 4PM
The club meeting scheduled for March 23rd will take place in the clubhouse. Be advised there is still snow on the road and parking area so please be prepared. Attendance is requested due to the need to hold election of officers before April 1.
The March 19th Practical Handgun shoot has been cancelled due to weather conditions.
The RSO class scheduled for March 18th has been postponed to a later date (not yet determined). Sorry for the inconvenience.
The club meeting scheduled for March 16th has been postponed to March 23rd. If the road and parking area cannot be cleared the meeting will take place at the Mainville Fire Company.
April 1st will be our dues renewal day. If the snow melts we will also have a work day. Dues will be collected in the clubhouse.
The Cowboy Action Shoot for March 12th has been CANCELED due to poor weather conditions.
A Club RSO Class has been scheduled for Saturday, Marth 18th at 4:00PM. All interested members are welcome. There is no charge for this course. For more info contact Denny J. or Rod B.
MSC is very sorry for the loss of one of our long time members, Bill Daniel. Our prayers go out to his family.
Saturday, May 13th 8AM to 4PM.
All ranges open to the public all day. All ranges under roof. Shoot rain or shine.
Eye and hearing protection must be worn on all ranges at all times.
Range safety officers on duty on all ranges. Club safety rules strictly enforced.
100, 200, 300 yard rifle range, pistol range, trap and skeet range, practical pistol, 3-gun tactical, cowboy action, class III submachine gun, M24 sniper rifle and much more available all day.
Breakfast, beverages and food available all day from Gross's Hot Sausage and Gross's French Fries. Please give our vendor your support. Seating available in the clubhouse.
Information and questions call 570-441-5643
This is the day that the Lord hath made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it. -Psalm 118:24
The concrete work at the clubhouse and the trap range is complete. Block work for skeet houses is in progress.
A few people have asked about the 2017 schedule. I have confirmation that there will be a Practical Handgun shoot on Jan 15th, weather permitting. Beyond that I have no concrete details on scheduling other than expect Practical Handgun to continue on the third Sunday of every month. I'm sure details will be coming in soon so please check back for updates.
The Practical Handgun shoot scheduled for Sunday 12/18 is cancelled due to expected poor conditions.
The rifle range is officially open again.
This is the last week to RSVP for the Christmas Party! You must RSVP by November 25th.
The 2016 Christmas party is scheduled for Friday, December 9th at 6:00PM at the MSC club house. The party is open for MSC members and their family.
Proceeds to benefit Mainville Township. We are purchasing an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for them.
A $10.00 donation per adult will be collected at the door. Children under 16 are free. You MUST RSVP with the number of adults and children in your party by November 25th to attend.
We will be having a Basket Raffle (including at least 1 gun), a 50/50 and gifts for the children.
Decorating Day will be December 4th at 9AM. If you can help to decorate and arrange tables please call to volunteer.
If you would like to bring your favorite dish or desert, we could be happy to have it (the club will reimburse you, with supplied receipts). Please call for a list of food items that are already being prepared, so we do not duplicate. We will have a head count by November 25th, so you can get an idea of how many people are attending.
To RSVP or volunteer to help with the Christmas party, call Karen Hunsinger at 570-854-1507.
Text or leave a message and she will get back to you.
Started the morning a little on the chilly side for the last Cowboy Shoot of the 2016 season. Keller Hollow Kid had his shootin irons tuned in for the over all win with Lead Slinger Leroy coming in in a very close second and Sidewinder Seth chasing them for third place. Dusty Ed finished with a very impressive over all score winning in his class, said he just wanted to get out of the cold. Mifflin Kid's irons don't work well in the cold so he had to settle for a fourth place finish, thinkin his joints don't like the cold. Dedeye Mike kept everyone hustling and chalked down the scores for the day. A special thanks to all that helped out this year and see ya all in 2017.
Sunday, November 13th will be Sight In Sunday. The club will be open to both the public and members. Food will be available. There will be drawings for gift certificates at local gun shops and for membership dues.
Saturday, November 19th the club will host another Handgun Class.
To view October scores go to Buffalo page go to view all scores and scroll down to the last for some reason it posed at the very end of the monthly scores.
Wow what a way to end the year with our last Buffalo Shoot it started out a little chilled. we have some challenges with the Sun and some of our targets it seen that they disappear for the entire match (275) It looks like Ed (Dusty Ed) Bergen was the top shooter with a score of 226 Congratulations with second and third places going to Jimmy D at 217 and Ted Klebon at 216. We would again like to thank everyone for coming out every month and making a premiere Buffalo Rifle Shot with great group of friends. Looking forward to 2017 let's see if we can bring some more shooter out every month. Would like to wish everyone a very blessed Thanksgiving and Christmas season. And lastly let's no forget in November to get out and vote we have a very important election and we have to make sure that the person we vote for is a strong advocate of the 2nd amendment and our constitution.