Airfield Shooting Club Announcement
Our range sign in logs serve many purposes. One of those purposes is to keep track of the amount of lead deposited on the range. We have to add lime and phosphates to the soil in order to prevent the lead from leaching out. We keep track of the soil Ph, rainfall amounts, and the amount of lead so that we may calculate the proper course of action according to soil manangment best practices.
Volunteers needed for the upcoming Hampton (19-20 Jan) and Norfolk (26-27 Jan) gun shows.
As a reminder, for Hampton and Virginia Beach shows (SGK) volunteers are needed to work the full day and arrive prior to the show opening so they can get their hands stamped. If you can work the full day, assistance will be appreciated,,, Only for the Norfolk shows can we break the hours into shifts,
Happy New Year Airfield Members,
Progress is being made on the restroom project and they are on schedule to be completed in early Spring.
Last month we had a LaPorte representative come out and tune up the Skeet machines. This month our indomitable XO is running electricity out to the trap house so we no longer need to use a charger to keep the batteries topped off. Please be careful if you are out on the Trap or Skeet ranges as the the trench for the conduit will be open for a little while and we do not want to close the ranges to our members.
December is looking to be a great month for Airfield Shooting Club. Progress has been made on the bathroom project and a Laporte technician paid a visit to our skeet machines.
Unfotunately we need cancel the Service Rifle Match scheduled for 10 November due to a scheduling conflict.
We look forward to hosting the match again next month on 8 December.
We still need a few RSOs to help out with Boy Scout events this weekend.
If you can come out and help share the joy of shooting with some of our young folk and earn some service hours please contact the president Richard Vaught at email@example.com
The main purpose of our club is to promote safe and shooting education. In support of that goal we have a full calendar of events for our members in November.
Last Saturday our Zombie pin match was a great success and we were all saved from the zombie pin invasion thanks to the leadership of Mr Gordon.
This Saturday coming up, the 10th, will be our monthly Service Rifle Match. Mr. Boolba is doing a superb job running these matches designed around as issued service rifles.
Volunteers still needed for Norfolk 03 & 04 Nov
We’re okay for the morning shifts, but hurting for the afternoons.
Need 3 or 4 volunteers for both Saturday and Sunday afternoons 1-5pm shifts.
Volunteers needed for next weekend’s Norfolk Scope Gun Show 03 and 04 Nov
Assistance needed all shifts (all day if you’re available)
03 Nov (Sat) 9-1 pm or 1-5pm
04 Nov (Sun) 10-1 pm or 1-5pm
If you can assist, please contact Andy Romano at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (757) 328 4464
Volunteers needed for the upcoming Hampton Gun Show 13 and 14 Oct.
Due to abuses by clubs, organizations, and some vendors, the promoter is implementing changes in the number of free tables (we get our tables for free), and the number of badges issued to each.
The AIrfield Shooting Club is pleased to announce the NSSA Fall Open Shoot. Come out and participate to help make this event a success for our club.
The shoot is open to NSSA members (memberships will be available at the event), and will consist of 100 targets.
$16 for for non ASC members and $12 for ASC members. Pre-registration available by contacting Ken Grover at email@example.com, include your desired shooting time and the gauges you will be shooting. You may shoot both 20 and 12 gauge or just one.
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