Come join us on July 24th 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!
July Buffalo rifle scores are now posted on the site. We had a great turn out with some great scores and of course the friendship is always the highlight of the match. We would like to welcome one of our new shooters today Shawn who for his first time out did a great job on the long range plates looking forward to seeing him at the future shoots. We had some really high scores on both the money targets as well as the long range target. On the Pistol Caliber we had no other than Dusty Ed taking that with Marty Leiby taking the Lever action with a score of 9 great shooting. On the Buffalo we have John S coming in with a 39 really impressive. We only have three more matches before we have a new 2016 winner looking forward to seeing everyone next month for the August shoot. And let's see who will be taking home the Buffalo Rifle Trophy for bragging rights for the rest of the year.
To View July Buffalo Rifle Scores scroll down on all scores for some reason it posted at the very bottom
Don't forget the Practical Handgun start time has been changed to 9:00AM for the July and August shoots! That means the safety briefing will begin at 8:45.
A nice cool day for yet another great Cowboy Action Shoot with Tombstone Coty taking the over all win with Shotgun Willie and Dodge Bill nipping at his heels. Again Dodge Bill wrote up some really fun stages reversing the shooten irons and that messed up some of the best of um. There had to be at least 20 procedures due to shooting the stage out of order, wow to many names to make mention and I am sure it was all the shooten irons fault ! Congratulations to Sidewinder Seth for winning in his class and I bet ya can't guess how many shooters was in his class !
The Handgun Program scheduled for July 16th is now full. Another class has been scheduled for August 20th.
The start time has been changed to 9AM for the July and August Practical Handgun shoots.
June buffalo rifle scores are now posted on the site. We had a great turn out with some great scores and of course the friendship is always the highlight of the match. Ralph won the pistol caliber match with a score of 8 out of ten. While the lever action match was a shoot off between Gene and Bob G with Gene making the tie breaking shot. And finally John S. had a score 0f 43 on the Buffalo shoot. Great shooting guys as the numbers are getting higher the Buffalo rifle trophy comes more into reach. Who will be the winner for 2016 is in reach of every shooter. And finally our format on the pistol caliber shoot seen to be a big hit .If anyone has any suggestions on adding or changing something to make the match a little more different and challenging please let us more and we will try it out. Looking forward to seeing everyone for the July shoot would like to wish everyone a very Happy and Safe 4th of July and if you are traveling on the highways please be safe and God Bless both our troops that are in harms way and our Law Enforcement .
It was a nice turn out and a great day weather wise for the Cowboy shoot. There was one shooter that went home with another clean match and congratulation to Bull Bigguns for a clean match. Again the Beaver Run Kid took the over all win with the Keller Hollow Kid coming in second, great shooten Kid, both of you. Lead Slinger Leroy finished third with all top three winning in their class and great over all final time to end the day.
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A rifle was found at the club. If you believe you are the owner, please contact Denny with a good description and he will see that it is returned.
It was another fine day for the May Buffalo shoot with the weather holding out until the match was over we had some really great scores today, Rod Bardo shot an 8 out of ten on the Pistol caliber Rifle and a Perfect 10 on the lever action rifle. Nice shooting Rod on to the Buffalo rifle had nice scores on the first time using five bullets per stage and on the money shoot. We had Dusty Ed coming in first with a second place and three tied for third. All the scores are listed on the monthly score sheet.
The committee would like to thank everyone that made it out to this month and welcome our two new shooters Marty Leiby and John Nevel . Looking forward to our June shoot if you know anyone that would like to come out bring than on out for a great time at the range. Hope everyone has a safe and Happy Memorial Day and would to Thanks all our Veterans for their Service to Our Country and God Bless America and Travel Safe.
The Handgun Program scheduled for June has filled up quickly. Another class has been scheduled for July 16th.
A Handgun Usage, Safety and General Knowledge Program has been scheduled for June 11th. This year the class has been condensed into a single day format.
There is a correction on the April 2016 Buffalo Shoot. The winner for the Big Bore is John Seniw, I gave the high score to Joe Catone where it should have been John S. Sorry Joe maybe it’s a sign that you will win one of the matches in the near future. The points all correct just assign the Winning score to the wrong line on the score sheet.
We would like to thank everyone for coming out today for our first buffalo shoot for the year 2016. We could not have asked for a better day for the weather with the sun and no wind it made it a perfect day for our first shoot. Just as a reminder starting next month we will be now shooting five rounds per target. The money shoot will stay the same 1 fouling shot with five shots to follow. . Hope everyone enjoyed the new targets that Ed made over the winter. I think it gave everyone more of a challenge expectedly the one at 300 yards. We had two of our shooters hit it Dusty Ed and Rod so better luck next month maybe we can paint it black to see if we can have more hits. Looking forward to seeing everyone next month including some new shooters that could not make it this month but will be out in May to join in the fun and camaraderie
A Steel shoot has been scheduled for Saturday April 16th at 4:00PM. This is an effort to make up for the cancelled shoot earlier in the month as well as to try something a little different.
Due to poor weather the April 10th Cowboy Action Shoot has been cancelled.
The Steel shoot tomorrow has been cancelled due to wind and temperatures.
Just a reminder that Saturday April 2nd is the annual dues paying and work day at the club. Things kick off at 9AM. All ranges will be closed for the entire day.