Oct/Nov Shooting Events

Oct 4 John C. Garand Match B&G Range 8:30 a.m.
Oct 11 Pot Shots B&G Range 9:00 a.m.
Oct 11 Smallbore Prone B & G Range 8:30 a.m.
Oct 18 Precision High Power B&G Range 9:00 a.m.
Oct 25 Pot Shots B&G Range 9:00 a.m.
Nov 1 Work Party B&G Range 8:00 a.m.
Nov 8 Pot Shots B&G Range 9:00 a.m.
Nov 8 Smallbore Prone B&G Range 8:30 a.m.
Nov 15 Precision High Power B&G Range 9:00 a.m.
Nov 22 Pot Shots B&G Range 9:00 a.m.
       
       
       
       

Executive Committee Meeting:

The October meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on October 21st at Greenbrier Restaurant. This is the OLD Greenbrier restaurant about 2 miles north of I-565 exit #3. Those planning to have a meal should be there by 6:00.

Appleseed Shoot:

A successful "Appleseed" marksmanship training session was held the weekend of August 30/31, 2014.

Photo taken during the 2014 Appleseed Shoot

Work Party: 

The Range will be closed for a Work Party on November 1st.  If you are able to help out, the following tools will be useful: shovel, garden rake, weed eater, hammer and electric drill/screwdrivers.                                                      David Howard

Retro Rimfire Rifle Match: 

This match will be Oct 11 starting at 0830. It will be run as a 120 rounds for record conventional prone rimfire match. Match winner will receive trophy and award points. This match is to encourage those with the older match 22LR’s . For those who need match ammunition, I will bring for sale 500 round bricks of SK Match. The period Standard Rifle had a flat buttplate and fixed combs/cheek pieces. The butt plate could slide up and down, but it was basically flat: no undershoulder hook was allowed. Stocks were wood. Standard Rifles purchased from the CMP include Kimber M82, Rem 40X, H&R M12, Rem 513, Rem 514, Rem 541, Mossberg, Springfield M1 or M2 , Stevens M416, and Win M52A/B/C/D models. Other vintage rifles include Rem 37, Win M75, and BSA Martini. For unlisted very old models: if in original configuration and used in NRA competition, or used by the military in WW2/Korea as a training rifle, it is retro.  Shooters can use irons or scope. German rifles, vintage actions fitted on modernistic stocks of fiberglass, plastic, metal stocks, tube gun stocks may be used in competition but the shooter will not be eligible for awards.

We will have a complimentary cookout after the match, our Chef, Jimmy Haywood, will be cooking burgers, hotdogs, etc, for the shooters and Potshots.  Other Club Members are welcome to attend the cookout.       Brian

 

MEMBERSHIP UPDATE:

The Executive Committee has decided to impose a $200 initiation fee on new applicants. In addition, applicants must attend an Exec. meeting to pick up an application.

CLUB PROPERTY:

The Club is conducting an inventory of Club property for the annual report. Anyone possessing club property should report it to David Howard at range.bgrpc@gmail.com. One item missing is the Ransom pistol machine rest. On a similar note, if anyone wants a non-functional lawn mower, contact David Howard - FREE to a good home.

2014 HIGH POWER MATCHES:

There has been a serious decline in participation in the High Power Matches over the past year or two. In 2014 we plan to hold the John C. Garand matches and the work parties on the first Saturday of the month. The other dates will be practice matches with a $5.00 charge to cover the cost of targets. If participation picks up we will resume NRA Approved matches. The Retro, M1 and Old Bolt Gun matches will be conducted as previously.