ASC Training Opportunity Defensive Shooting

Hello Members, It is time for another online web training session.  This online session will be scheduled for March 24th at 7pm. The discussion will be about Defensive Shooting.  Topics we will cover are: Sighting methods Where to point/aim How long to shoot At the prescribed time, please click on the link:

Work Party For Pin Shooting 7 March 1000 – 1500 hrs

A work party has been called to help prepare for restarting our Bowling Pin matches. Primary work will include building the tables for the pins, and general range prep. It’s requested that any Pinheads that are available attend and help out.   For information about the pin matches, or further information about the work required to keep them going you can contact  

Online Training Session Feb 25th at 7pm : Situational Awareness

Hello Fellow ASC Members! I am Scott Sampson the Chief Instructor at Airfield Shooting club.  I have decided to conduct small training sessions via the web.  I am hoping to conduct these once a month.  The sessions will last 30 min, maybe a little longer for some topics.  I will hold these during the week in the evening. To join the training session, all you need to do is click on the link below to join at the prescribed time.  I will be hosting the event, and for the majority of them I will be sharing PowerPoints and/or live video for demonstrations. WHEN: This first session will be held on Feb 25th at 7pm. TOPIC:  Situational Awareness Join us for a discussion on situational awareness.  We will cover Jeff Copper’s Color codes How situational awareness impacts your response to a potential or real threat Situational awareness strategies/rules to live by when you carry When it’s time click on the link below! See you online! Respectfully, Scott Sampson ASC Chief Instructor

NRA Grassroots Workshop – February 17th at 7:00pm

Good Day ASC Members, As many of you are aware, we continue to be in a fight for our 2nd Amendment rights.  While NRA, VSSA, VCDL continue to help battle those that would restrict our rights, it is up to us as individuals to help ensure that our politicians hear our voice.  The Institute for Legislative Action portion of NRA has set up a free workshop that you can attend online.  I attended the first workshop which provided helpful links to their web site and discussed how to deal with social media.  The email below from Lexy Higgins (NRA) describes the second event and its content.  Again it is free.  You can ask questions (due to number of folks and time, not all questions get answered while online, but they do promise to get back to you).   I was very impressed with how the first session went.  And no they didn’t ask for money or donations.  I hope you will join this online workshop.   Respectfully,   Scott Sampson ASC Chief Instructor #### Message below from NRA-ILA #### Join NRA-ILA for the second in a series of virtual grassroots workshops we are hosting in Spring 2021. This workshop will be focused on how to be an …

VA Legislative Activity January 21

One of our members asked if we could pass this along, doing so with the boards consensus: The Public Safety Committee of the Virginia House of Delegates will meet @9am Friday morning. Several anti-gun bills are on the agenda. The following link will allow you to see them and either sign up to speak via phone/computer or to submit written comments: Suggested comments from a VCDL alert when the bills were in sub-committee: HB1909 – School Boards are offices with adult workers in them, just like thousands of offices across the Commonwealth. It makes no sense to treat them as if they were a school with children in them. HB1992 – This bill expands the number of things that qualify as misdemeanor domestic violence beyond what the federal government uses to take away gun rights. There is no provision to restore rights in the bill and it would create a lifetime ban on gun ownership for a mere misdemeanor. From a gun-rights perspective under this bill, the person charged would be better off seriously harming the other person and getting a felony conviction, from which their gun-rights could eventually be restored. HB2128 – This bill could make a person wait …

ASC Email Changes and Bylaws Update

Some of you may have noticed our last email didn’t work quite right, after much testing it looks like the provider we were using was actively removing our links. We later found out that they suspended VA CDL’s service due to their political views. That being said we will be working on moving off from that platform rather quickly.   We will be attempting to simply host the mechanisms that send out email ourselves. What this means for you is: We will be sending email in a “newsletter” fashion, meaning each day if there is new information the website will roll that up and send it on out. The system will send 100 emails at a time, which means after posting an item to the site it could take a few hours for all members to receive it. Certain key emails may still be manually sent, but in general this new workflow is designed to avoid getting us blocked by spam filters and email security mechanisms. Please bear with us, we are making this change rather quickly due to a real need to get off from Mailchimp, as such we may experience some issues. If you notice anything or have …

Gun Show Volunteers

Our gun show coordinator has realized some of our members may not know how to get in touch with him. He maintains a list of willing members, and reaches out when a gun show is scheduled to solicit workers. Working gun shows is a good way to earn storage hours. If you are interested in being included on gun show notices and working gun shows please send an email to Gary Wyse (

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