ASC Webmaster Position Available

ASC Members, Due to family and work commitments, after quite some time serving as the club’s webmaster I’ve decided it’s time to step down from the position. I’ve been passively looking for a member that has interest for some time, but it’s time to ramp up efforts to find a quality replacement. I’ll continue serving until we can find a replacement in a limited capacity. If you are interested in becoming a member of the ASC board, maintaining our website and email automation system, and helping out with other technology related needs for the club this might just be the position for you.  The website runs on WordPress, and is minimally customized so there shouldn’t be a huge learning curve for anyone who has WordPress experience.   If you are interested in the position and want to learn more, please send me an email. Jon webmaster@airfieldshootingclub.org  

Project Appleseed @ASC Saturday 10/23/21

This Saturday, Project Appleseed will be hosting a one-day event for Airfield Shooting Club members and their guests on the 100M range from 8am to 4pm.  The family friendly event is open to all ages and skill levels.  The event has two focus items – marksmanship and history.   Students will learn basic rifle marksmanship in different shooting positions (akin to CMP or NRA highpower), as well as hear the story of April 19, 1775, highlighting the importance of the Second Amendment and how marksmanship is woven within the cultural DNA of our nation. There are still a few slots open.  For questions or more information, reach out to Jesse Espe at jesse.espe@gmail.com.

ASC Pistol Class October 30

On October 30, 2021, the Airfield Shooting Club (ASC) is hosting a Pistol Class including sec- tions on the Law of Concealed Carry and Self Defense and Methods of Concealed Carry. The ASC Pistol Class is intended to provide hands-on orientation to the safe handling of handguns and includes both classroom and live-fire training. Our instructors teach both revolver and semi-auto sections in this class. In addition to the ASC Pistol Class, over an hour long session is scheduled with Timothy W. Drewry, a Virginia licensed attorney, who will discuss some of the legal aspects of carrying concealed firearms and self defense in Virginia. The attorney is a certified pistol instructor too and usually remains with the class until the very end so that he may answer questions which may arise. An additional segment of the course will include a brief discussion of some of the firearms appropri- ate for concealed carry and the holsters or other devices which might be suited for carrying a firearm concealed. Please note that the ASC Pistol Class, including the legal and concealed carry sections, is a non-NRA course, but it satisfies the handgun competency requirements set forth in Virginia Code § 18.2-308.02 (B). …

NSSA Registered Skeet Competition – October 16-18

  October 16 through October 18 the Airfield Shooting Club will be holding a NSSA registered skeet shooting competition. The competition will have four (4) categories (guns): 12 gauge 20 gauge 24 gauge 410 gauge Doubles There will be a cash prize for first place in each category. The cost is $25 per gun. In order to participate you must pre-register and be a member of NSSA. On the day of the shoot you will need 1.    Cash or check for $25 for each gun. Checks are to be payable to Airfield Shooting Club 2.    NSSA membership card. You may join the NSSA at the shoot, the yearly membership is $30.00 3.    Classification Sheet. The competition will allow mixed guns each day so you may compete on any of the 3 days. Ties for Gun Championships will be determined by a Shoot-Off Monday afternoon.  If shooter is unable to attend the Monday Shoot-Off then the champion will be decided by long runs from the front or back whichever is longer. Covid-19 rules apply     Mask are to be worn except when shooting.     Squads will be ask to maintain Social Distancing in the field     There will be a non …

Work Party Thank You!

I hope everyone had a great Labor Day Weekend! Some doubted that we could successfully pull off a major work party concurrently with a Bowling Pin Match (Steven!!). I thought, despite my poor shooting, that both were tremendous successes and wanted to thank all who participated in Saturday’s activities.  The work party crew did a great job building beautiful new frames for every possible position on the ranges.  Let’s do our best to keep these frames intact! If you find someone, carelessly or otherwise, shooting the frames, please point it out to them.  If the problem persists, please contact the Provost.  Speaking of the Provost, I’d like to extend a special Thank You to Mark for running a well-organized work party, allowing us to run the Pin Match as usual. I’m tentatively planning a range clean-up work party for some time next month.  I’m planning on weed/brush trimming and general clean up. Thanks again, Art Schoner ASC XO

Work Party September 4!

Work Party! Need service hours?  Tired of hassling with old dilapidated frames?  Come out and support your club and earn some service hours next Saturday September 4th at 10:00.  We will be rebuilding all of the frames and replacing some of the pipes in the ground. So, bring your basic carpentry tools, including (but not limited to) circular saws and miter saws, and drills/drivers. Send me a note at XO@airfieldshootingclub.org if you happen to have a power post hole digger, or auger, that you’re willing to bring.  Please be aware, in order to get this done as soon as possible and minimize range down time, this work party will run concurrently with the September bowling pin match, so bring your eye and ears! I hope to see you next Saturday, for one or both activities!   Art Schoner ASC XO  

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