Summer Trap League Shoot Off Shoot (2021):
ATA League (2021):
25APR, 04JUL, 05SEP
- Practice all gun safety rules.
- No Exploding Targets.
- Eye & ear protection required.
- No alcohol on ranges while any
shooting is in progress.
- Being under the influence of drugs of
alcohol while shooting is prohibited.
- All ranges are closed to other
shooters while an organized shooting
event is in progress.
- Clean up all brass/casings and
targets. Leave the range as clean or
cleaner than you found it.
- Only members can use the ranges.
Guest(s) may accompany a member
to the range only once. After that one
time, guest(s) must become a member.
- Handguns only on the pistol range.
- Proof of membership is required when
using any of the ranges.
Violation of Rules
Any unsafe practices or any violation of club rules will be brought before the club’s officers, directors and/or membership for disciplinary action.
TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED!
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Road Runner (2021):
Every Wednesday 9-Noon
Every Saturday 9-Noon
(unless other scheduled event-See Calendar)
Youth Trap League News:
McKenna Coniber and her father, Jason, took the Parent and Junior high average award in the Livingston Co. 2021 Summer Trap League with a combined average of 88.86.
Johnathan Crye earned two yards in Handicap events, with two 97's, at the Cardinal Classic in Ohio week of Aug. 16th. Johnathan was sub-junior winner in both events. Wyatt Mastin also scored a Handicap event win with a 95.
The club's winter league (wobble and singles) will start Saturday, Oct. 2. Six shoots plus a trophy shoot will be scheduled through March.
Cole Snyder, one of our juniors from the school league, shot his first 25 straight July 24th. at the club.
Jake Mastin was our Club Champion, competing against ALL club members, at our July 4th Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) shoot at the club.
Wyatt Mastin was sub-junior Singles Champion at the NYS ATA shoot in Cicero, NY on July 10th. Wyatt shot a perfect score of 100 straight in the second half of the event.
Jonathan Crye was sub-junior Handicap Champion at the NYS ATA shoot in Cicero, NY on July 11th. He also received three other handicap trophies during the week.
The club received a grant from the NRA to continue youth shooter development this fall and winter. Any junior 12 to 18 years of age, with a NYS Hunter Safety and Conservation Certificate, is welcome to join the club and participate in our trap training and shooting program. A schedule will be available early September.
The Wayland-Cohocton school team finished 21st out of 74 teams participating in the NY Clay Target League virtual state shoot on June 12th. The club provides safe shotgun handling training, skill coaching, the facility, and shooting equipment for the team.