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Womens and Youth Activities

BCCSC is happy to support women's and youth shooting sports.
Tenative dates:
Jakes Day - September TBA
Women in the Outdoors - October TBA
More details to follow in mid-April.


For more information

Craig Dunworth
Secretary
(260) 495-5815  |  E-Mail



Archery Range

The BCCSC is home to a 20 yard, indoor, heated archery range that plays host to leagues and competitions throughout the year. When it is not in use for either of the above, it is available to members and their guests for practice. There is a small lane fee required to use the range for members and guests. Guests must be accompanied by a member. Lane fees are waived for unlimited members.

Lane Fees

Adult Member

Youth Member

Adult Non-Member

Youth Non-Member

$3.00

$2.00

$5.00

$3.00




League information

Monday night practice at 7:00pm November 22nd thru December 20th
Monday night Compound Winter League 7:00pm January 3rd thru Februay 28th
Wednesday night Traditional league 7:00pm January 5th thru February 23rd
$5 per night league fee for all participants, includes target face


Range Rules

*  Never let small children out of your sight on an archery range
*  Never shoot from behind the shooting line
*  Never cross the shooting line until all others have shot and the command to pull is given
*  Never shoot across the shooting lanes. (cross shooting)
*  Never handle another persons equipment without permission.
*  Never leave the shooting line while the person in front or behind you is at full draw.
*  No running on the range.
*  No horseplay on the range.
*  Shoot only in assigned and designated shooting lanes.
*  Always be respectful of others equipment.
*  Watch where you walk and be careful when removing your bow from the bow-rack.
*  Remain quiet after you have finished shooting and are waiting for others to finish.
*  While on the shooting line, do not allow your equipment to interfere with others on the shooting line.
*  If there are two or more shooters shooting, one must be designated the Range Safety Officer and fulfill that role.
*  Obey all verbal and whistle commands of the Range Safety Officer.
*  No Broadheads.


For more information

John Underwood
Archery Chairman
(517) 677-9552  |  E-Mail



Shotgun Sports

Both Trap (16 thru 27 yards) and the newly formed 5-Stand course consisting of six trap machines.


Trap

Trap is shot on Thursday evenings starting at 6pm during Spring and Summer months and changes to Saturdays at 1pm Fall and Winter.

Trap Lane Fees

Member

Non Member

$5.00

$6.00


5-Stand

5-Stand is weekly on Sundays at 1pm.

Five Stand is a type of shotgun sport shooting similar to sporting clays, trap and skeet. There are five shooting stations and targets are thrown from have six traps. Shooters shoot in turn at various combinations of clay birds which include incoming, outgoing, crossing and overhead presentations. Each station will have a menu card that lets the shooter know the sequence of clay birds. The shooter is presented with 5 targets at each station, first a single bird followed by a report pair and then a true pair. After shooting at the 5 birds on the menu at that station, the shooter proceeds to the next stand, where they find a new menu of 5 targets. Course layout will change several times over the course of the year.

5-Stand Lane Fees

Member

Non Member

$6.00

$7.00


Range Rules

1.

Drugs and alcohol are not permitted on the Trap Range. Anyone under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not shoot or handle guns.

2.

All shotguns will have the actions open while being carried.

3.

All shooter will place their shotguns in the rack provided when not shooting.

4.

The discipline of the shooting squad will be maintained until the end of the round.

 

A.

 

Keep your shotgun muzzle pointed in a safe direction at all times.

 

B.

 

Do not close your shotgun until it is your turn to shoot.

 

C.

 

Be prepared to shoot when it is your turn.

 

D.

 

Do not distract the shooter to your right.

 

E.

 

Listen to and obey the commands of the scorekeeper.

5.

The Trap Range is only open for Scheduled events (Leagues, Summer Trap and Winter Trap). The Trap Range will not be utilized for informal shooting of clay birds.


For more information

Craig Dunworth (260-495-5815)


Rifle Range

The 300 yard rifle range is open to members and their accompanied guests 365 days a year (with the exception of special events), and features an enclosed clubhouse and pistol bay. The rifle range is home to many events and competitions throughout the year, including the 3-Gun Shoot, Steel Plate Challenge, Falling Plates, Precision Rifle.

General Information

*  Berms are located at 50 yards, 100 yards, 200 meters, and 300 yards
*  Pistol bay is 20 yards
*  Pistol bay and Rifle range run hot or cold independently.
*  Target stands and shooting benches provided
*  A500 metal targets provided.
*  AP Ammo is not permitted.
*  50 BMG is not permitted.

Lane Fees

Adult Member

Youth Member

Adult Accompanied
Guest

Youth Accompanied
Guest

$3.00

$1.00

$5.00

$3.00

A one-year unlimited pass can be purchased for $100

Range Rules

1.

People using alcohol and/or drugs will not shoot or handle guns

2.

Load only on the firing line and keep muzzles pointed down range.

3.

Un-cased guns will have the actions open, magazines out and muzzles up behind the firing line. Unloaded handguns may be holstered.

4.

Shooters/people will not go down range until all guns are unloaded, actions open, muzzles pointed downrange and the shooting line is called safe.

5.

Paper targets or metallic silhouettes only. Shooting glass targets, glass bottles, rocks, buildings, target frames, or shooting around bunkers is prohibited.

6.

Members must accompany invited guests on the range. Members are responsible for the actions of guests.

7.

Clean up before you leave. Do not leave brass, shot-up paper targets, empty ammo boxes, cans, plastic jugs, or other discarded items for other to clean-up after you.

8.

If you observe willful destruction of range property or willful careless shooting, please obtain the vehicle license plate number, if possible, and it will be taken care of by the proper authorities.




For more information

Dean Hepp
Board Member - RSO - Range Chairman
(260) 668-0744  |  E-Mail






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