The April 1st membership meeting has been canceled.
The board of directors have decided to follow the rest of the shooting sports and close the indoor range until further notice due to the coronavirus. No shooting at the indoor range. The outdoor range will be open to plinking only with no sanctioned matches till further notice. At the Outdoor Range we will not hold matches till further notice. Shooters are reminded to follow the recommended social health procedures while attending the outdoor range.
Questions call Don Copple at 502-594-1742
The following are the rules for any steel targets at the outdoor range. They were adopted at the February 7th meeting in 2018 and published in that month’s newsletter. They are currently being reviewed but until a change is posted these apply to all.
25 yards min. distance from the rifle benches, .22LR, 9mm, .380, .32, .40SW, .45ACP
50 yards min. distance from the rifle benches, 357 mag, .38+p, .45 Colt, .44 Spl, .44 mag, .10mm
100 yards min. distance from the rifle benches, 100 yards, .22 mag, .223/5.56mm, 6.5 Grendel, 6.8 SPC, 5.7X28, .308/7.62X54, .30-30, 7.62X39, .243, .45-70, .204 Ruger
200 yards min. distance from the rifle benches, .308 LR, .30-06, .270 Wim, .22-250
300 yards min distance from the rifle benches, 300 Win Mag, 300 Norma, >338, .50 BMG
Shotgun distance from rifle benches:
Lead bird shot- 15 yards
00 lead buck- 50 yards
Lead slug -100 yards