Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Thursday, October 28, 2021
On Saturday, November 6th, I will be running a night falling steel shoot, using the Nov 7th FunShoot setup in the back pits only. We did this a few years ago and it was a blast! The cool part is you can shoot it again Sunday in the daylight for a comparison. The difference is interesting.
There will be some ambient lighting, but the targets will be in the dark, so night vision and flashlights will be needed. Headlights can be employed at the firing line only, no headlights while wandering about the range, they blind folks.
There will be no movement required, and guns will be PCC and handgun, you may bring both, but only one per stage. In deference to our neighbors, suppressors are highly encouraged.
Long guns must be flagged and either cased or carted. We will be doing double safety clearing of handguns which must be holstered or cased.
Setup for this thing will be Saturday afternoon, Nov 6th at 4pm, we will start sign in at 5:30-ish and shooting by 6:15 or so. I expect this event to last about an hour, maybe 90 minutes.
The size of this event will be determined by the setup crew that shows up. Remember we will be piggy backing on the FunShoot, so please help out.
The cost is $20.
Monday, October 18, 2021
We are rearranging the Fun Shoot schedule. We will no longer use 4th Saturdays. We will be using 1st Sundays. So the next Fun Shoot is Sunday, November 7th, and it will be a steel shoot. More details to follow in a week or so.
Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Rick Torres will be doing another shooting class at our club on Saturday, October 30th. This is the carbine version of his very popular pistol wizardry class. You can use your .223/5.56 or a pistol caliber carbine. See his website https://torrestrainingsolutions.com/carbine-wizardry for more details or to sign up. Rick is offering a discount for members of York Izaak Walton League.
Rick also does personal instruction and with the current cost of ammunition it is more true than ever that good instruction will shorten your learning curve and save you more in ammo costs than the training costs. Take a class before the weather turns.