Due date: Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Saturday, April 21, 2018
9:00AM – 4:00PM
The Junior Archery Programs here at GCL are now taking sign-ups for the Junior Program and The Junior League. The Junior program is designed for new shooters in mind, whether they have their own equipment, or have it supplied by the club. We have what you need to get started in the sport of archery. The junior program is a 6-week course on Sunday mornings starting at 9 am and ending at 10:30. These classes take place in our heated indoor range. Open to members and non-members. Ages 6 yrs. old to 100.
Class dates for session 1 will be – 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, 2/4, and 2/11
Class dates for session 2 will be – 2/18, 2/25, 3/4, 3/11, 3/18, and 3/28
The fee for this class is 35.00 dollars per 6-week session.
The Junior Archery League is a standard 60 arrow Blue Face target. It is a ten-week league with 2 make up weeks at the end. Also Wednesday nights can be used as a make-up night, or a practice night for our league shooters. In this competition there is 2 divisions, 10 yards and 20 yards by your age group, 11 and under shoot 10 yards , 12 and up shoot 20 yards. The scores are for handicap and scratch score. Trophies and pizza party at the end of session.
The League runs the same dates as the Junior Program. The league starts at 10:45 am and ends around 12:30. It is HIGHLY recommended that the league shooters have their own equipment.
The fee for the league is 50.00 dollars.
Contact Joe Rau at 585-746-3715 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or any questions.
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Genesee Conservation League
NYS Sporterifle is a family oriented indoor postal league competition using 22 cal. rimfire rifles. The shooting position is off-hand standing with the target at 50 feet. The sport is designed to be both economical and fun. It is possible to be competitive with equipment you may already own. Individuals shoot their weekly matches here on Genesee Conservation League’s indoor precision range. The team captain compiles the scores and emails them to the newsletter editor who compares them with the scores of the team with whom you are paired that week to determine winners.
Juniors can start shooting at age 12 and retain their junior status until age 19 (Juniors turning 19 after September 1 compete for the rest of that season as a junior).
Matches are held weekly throughout the season. A match consists of 3 completed targets with 10 shots per target. Shooters are given 10 minutes to complete each target. The target used is the NRA Official 50 ft. Light Rifle Target A-32. The maximum score per target is 100. A perfect match score is 300 (it does happen!).
The sporterifle season runs from about mid-September to about late-February with weeks off for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. The end of the season shoot-off is held in early March. There are two regional banquets held in late March/early April where awards are presented and league business is discussed. Participation in the shoot-offs and banquet is desirable but not a requirement.
NYS Sporterifle is very inexpensive. There is an annual $5.00 ‘materials fund’ fee which is payable at the competitor’s first match. Weekly matches are only $5.00 per adult competitor per match. Adult competitors that want the postal mailed bulletin pay $6.00 per week. A Junior member’s (ages 12-19) match fee is only $2.00 per match.
by: Charlie Crotser
Your GCL Civilian Marksmanship Team is back from the National Matches and they brought home a truck load of Gold, Silver and Bronze medals!
It was a typical month of July at Camp Perry on the south shore of Lake Erie in Port Clinton, Ohio… HOT and HUMID with the occasional DOWN POUR!
The GCL CMP shooting team participated in individual and two man team events with “as issued” service rifles from the WWI, WWII/Korea, Vietnam and modern military era competing against some of the best civilian and active duty military competitors in the country. When the dust settled and dehydrated bodies were nourished, the GCL team walked away with 32 medals. Way to go TEAM GCL!
The GCL CMP team would like to thank Wayne and the Board for your continued support of our program. Without the support, we would have trouble holding the “10-ring”. For anyone interested in the CMP, we have vintage and modern service rifles to loan for your first experience. Just make contact with the CMP program directors Tom or Charlie and we will welcome you to participate.
All registrations for the Hunter and Bow safety classes held at GCL are now handled thru the on-line registration system of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation web site (www.dec.ny.gov). Search the DEC website for the key words “Sportsman Education” or “Hunter Education” and follow the links.
PLEASE NOTE: All Sportsman Education Courses require the completion of homework PRIOR to attending the course. Proof of the completed homework must be brought to the course led by an instructor. The homework may take several hours to complete. There are NO ‘online-only’ courses. Homework and the in-person instruction portion of the course is required for all New York courses.
Copies of the manuals and homework “work sheets” may be obtained on-line thru the DEC website or picked up in person at GCL on Saturday or Sunday from Noon to 3 pm. The homework “work sheet” is found in the middle of the New York edition of Today’s Hunter” safety manual.
Sportsman Education classes held at GCL are typically on Thursday and Friday nights; you must attend both classes and be on time! Again, to be admitted to the class the first night, you need to have completed the homework and submit proof of completion (from the on-line course) a copy of it to the instructors.