Many of the club’s members are rifle shooters, both competitively and recreationally. The club holds many formal and informal matches and is a host site for several national competitions throughout the year. We are an affiliate of the National Rifle Association and the Civilian Marksmanship Program, and the club has been a valuable place to educate young shooters on firearms safety and the finer points of marksmanship. For more information on the safety and education programs, as well as our range safety orientation please email our Education Chairman.
The results of Club Matches (Rifle, Pistol & Shotgun) are regularly updated by the respective match directors. The match & league results may be found on their respective pages using the links above. The results of older matches can likely be found in one of the Club Bulletins in the Members Only Area.
February 27, 2021. 11 am to 5 pm in the Clubhouse Welcome to our introduction of our shooting game, Small Bore & High Power rifle silhouette shooting. Introduction of instructors. The one who thought up this course, Hartwell Stoneham (Stoney), Walt & Lesley Ivanjack, Will Sacripanti, and myself, Roger Estes. This is a 3 hour […]
The 8th Annual War Rifle Match was an absolute success today! The Lea Valley Range was completely full of competitors shooting mostly vintage war rifles from all over the world. The match director learned quite a bit thru the knowledge of shooter Sacripanti and his Google encyclopedia on which rifles were actually war rifles, different […]
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A nice day that started out sightly foggy, but cleared up quickly. A crisp day that warmed up nicely. We had 12 competitors and some surprises this match. We missed some of our regulars, and hope to see everyone next year. Thanks to all for helping with the targets and to Mike Moss who did […]