Sunday, October 18, 2015

SCML Range Rules Updated!!!!

The latest revision of the SCML Range Rules are now available.

Not just a good idea, it's how this game is played.  Read them, know them, abide them, and help your neighbor do the same.

These Rules encourage predictable, safe behavior, minimizing the opportunity for accidents which protects of all of us.

Follow this link and read ...

If you see errors, omissions, or mistakes, don't hesitate to mention this in the comments, to a Range Officer at your next shoot, and at the next club meeting.  It is VITAL that all of us together keep these rules complete and up to date.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Railroad Flat News

   The usual suspects were in attendance: Ron and JoAnn, Sherry, Paul, Mike, Bert and Patty, Leslie, Don, Frank, Rusty, Allen, Tim. Seldom seen but always welcome were Glenn and Barbara Hildebrand and Mike's daughters Annie and Rachael. Hope I didn't forget anyone! 

   The weather was hot and dry; the daytime heat kept the nights from getting too cool. The drive between Hwy 49 and Railroad Flat revealed stark reminders of the recent fires but the immediate area around RR Flat appeared untouched. The buffalo in the meadow across the road provided a picturesque backdrop to our fun.

   Of course we enjoyed a sumptuous potluck on Saturday night with the added treat of two birthday cakes - one baked by JoAnn and one baked by Frank - to celebrate Bert and Sherry's birthdays. 

   Overall attendance was quite good with several junior shooters and a couple of pee wees. 

Sunday awards were presented as follows:

Women's Pistol - 1st place - Sherry * 3rd place - JoAnn

Men's Pistol - 2nd place - Allen * 3rd place - Ron * 4th place - Paul

Hawk & Knife - 2nd place - Ron * 3rd place - Allen

Trade Gun - 2nd place - Ron

Flint Trail Walk - 3rd - Frank * 4th - Tim * 5th -Paul

Women's Trail Walk - JoAnn made a trip to the prize table with a score of 17

Men's Trail Walk - 3rd - Tim * Sorry but names were being called rather quickly so I don't have places but next called were - Ron - Paul - Frank - Glenn - Don - Mike

The next rendezvous sponsored by Mountain Ranch Muzzleloaders will be in April at Rail Road Flat. 

Thursday, October 1, 2015

October Pumpkin Pie Shoot

Shoot for a pumpkin (or other) pie at the October rifle shoot. Pies, either baked or bought, will be awarded to the highest score per match. Only 1 pie per winner. Pies are donated by individual club members. Any extra pies will be raffled. The pie awards will take place after our regular meeting in the parking lot.