It was recently discovered that armor piercing ammunition damaged several steel rifle targets, which will require repair or replacement. All shooters are reminded to comply with the following ammunition restrictions:
- NO armor piercing ammunition.
- NO tracer ammunition.
- NO rifle caliber ammunition on the pistol range.
Examples of appropriate ammunition for handguns on the pistol range include .22 LR, 9mm, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, 10mm and .45 ACP. Pistol caliber carbines (PCC) are also allowed on the pistol range but limited to 9mm, 40 S&W, 10mm, and .45 ACP calibers.
Rifle caliber ammunition CANNOT be fired on the pistol range. Examples of rifle caliber ammunition include but are not limited to .223 Remington, 5.45x39mm, 5.56x45mm NATO, 6.5 mm Creedmoor, 7.62x39mm, .308 Winchester, 7.62x51mm NATO, etc.
Please remember that we have an active video system 24 hours a day. Failure to adhere to our range rules can result in restricted range privileges or loss of membership.
These restrictions are in place for the safety of members and guests and to prevent target damage. Please contact a Club Officer or Board Member for any questions.
Please note that ranges are closed tomorrow (Saturday, 2/9/2019) for the ATA Registered Trap Shoot.
The 2019 membership is full. If you have not received your membership card, it will be mailed out within the next week.
Welcome to all the new members. See you at the range!
Time is running out for current members to renew membership by 1/31/2019!
Please do not contact Charlie Compton for questions or membership issues. He will not be available starting Wednesday due to a medical procedure, so please contact Whitney Adams (Secretary/Treasurer) at 859-404-0576 or one of the other board members.
All current members can send in the new application now thru Jan 31, 2019 to renew your membership. Starting this year we will no longer have workdays at the club. We have decided to hire the work done. We have increased the dues a small amount to cover this as well as the new law on taxes. Starting last summer some Non-Profit groups have to pay state taxes on income. We are in that category.
Any questions call Whitney Adams (Secretary/Treasurer) at 859-404-0576.
Thanks and look forward to seeing you at the range
Registered Trap shoot on Sat Nov 10. Starts at 10 am. Should be over around mid afternoon. All Ranges will be closed until the ATA match is over.
Saturday, October 27th at 10AM we will be having a centerfire match.
We will be shooting paper targets for score and after we get through with the first round of matches we will have a sucker match if all the shooters want. Each match will be $10.
Winner of each match paper and sucker gets 50% payback (NO PLAQUES). Payback amount will be based on number of entries.
Paper Target Match:
- Factory sporter barrel (anything under .70 dia) rifles will shoot at 100 yards.
- Factory heavy barrel will shoot at 200 yards (you can shoot your sporters in this match too if you do not have a factory heavy barrel).
- Custom built rifles will shoot at 200 yards.
- Factory sporter barrels (anything under.70 dia) will shoot at 100 yards.
- Factory heavy barrel will shoot at 200 yards.
- Custom built rifles will shoot at 200 yards.
It’s a fun match to shoot, we all have fun so bring your kids. If you can’t shoot, bring a friend or a kid to compete and get them involved.
Hope to see you there!
Sept 15 at 10 am we will be having a RIMFIRE Sucker Match. Shots will be at 50 Yards for Factory rifles,100 Yards for Custom guns. 5 blow pop suckers and 5 dum dum suckers. Blow pop is worth 1 point dum dum are worth 2 points. Shooter with most points wins. $10 a match winner gets 50% club gets 50%. It’s a fun match for all.
Please make note of the following changes to the upcoming Rimfire matches.
August 18th IR 50/50 Rimfire match has been changed to a regular club Rimfire match.
September 15th IR 50/50 Rimfire match has been changed to a regular club Rimfire match.
October 27th IR 50/50 Rimfire match has been changed to a regular club Rimfire match.
Sarah here from the Bluegrass Sports Commission. I would like to invite the Montgomery County Fish and Game Club and its members to participate in the shooting matches that we are hosting on July 15th for smallbore rifle, July 22th for high power rifle, national match course, and sharpshooting at the Anderson County Sportsmen’s Club. Pistol divisions will be held on July 28th at the Boyle County Fish and Game Club.
As the event is coming up quickly, we urge you to contact your shooters who would be interested in competing. Feel free to email me back for further information or any questions you may have.
You can also feel free to contact George Mountjoy, the head of the event for Smallbore and High Power at (859) 314-7735; or Billy Henson, head of Pistol events, at (859) 583-8600 or visit bgsg.org for more information and registration!