Shooter Tune up Shotgun! Shotgun Fundamentals – Jan 29.

Do you have a shotgun that you haven’t shot or haven’t shot in some time?  Now is the time!  Dale Mullin, who is a very experienced shotgun instructor and a Level II shotgun coach, will be there to help you learn to hit flying targets. Dale will help you with the fundamentals – stance, pointing etc to hit incoming, out-going and slight crossing targets. Please bring your shotgun and 2 boxes (50 shells) of ammunition.  The ammunition should contain any of the following shot sizes 7-1/2, 8, or 9 size shot. Boxes labeled for target shooting or “Dove or Quail” will be OK. If you have a choice, look for velocities between 1100 and 1200 feet per second. No need for any higher velocities. If you do not have a shotgun but you have been craving the opportunity to see what it was about, Dale will being some club 20 gauge shotguns.  You still need to bring 2 boxes of 20 gauge shotgun shells of 7-1/2, 8, or 9 shot size. Please drop Dale an e-mail to let him know you’re coming so that he can plan how many clay targets we will need. Dale.mullin@airfieldshootingclub.org If there is enough turn …

2021 December 04th ASC Pistol Class

On December 4, 2021, the Airfield Shooting Club (ASC) is hosting a Pistol Class including sections 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 acertified 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 appropriate 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). This course is …

Project Appleseed at Airfield Shooting Club

Project Appleseed will be holding a one-day clinic on the 100M range on Saturday, June 20 from 8:00am to 4:00pm.  This event will teach students the fundamentals of rifle marksmanship, including concepts such as developing a solid shooting position, natural point of aim, and steps required to fire a successful shot.  In between rifle instruction segments, students will learn about the Battles of Lexington and Concord, and the fateful events that moved the colonials down the path to independence on April 19, 1775. This is a family friendly event, and all skill levels and age ranges are welcome.  Bring whatever centerfire or rimfire rifle you have.  If you don’t have a rifle, we can provide loaner rifles with some advance notice. Signup is available at www.appleseedinfo.org, under the Events tab.  Walk-ons are welcome, though space is limited.  Airfield Shooting Club members attending this event will have their range fee waived; bring your credentials with you to the event. For questions, please contact Jesse at jesse.projectappleseedvirginia@gmail.com .

NSSA Registered Skeet Competition March 21-23

March 21 through March 23 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 Cash or check for $25 for each gun. Checks are to be payable to Airfield Shooting Club NSSA membership card. You may join the NSSA at the shoot, the yearly membership is $30.00 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. Email day(s) and gun(s) to compete to; richardsutton@charter.net

Women on Target 2020

It’s that time of year again!!!!  WOT Sign Up is available!!!!! Please don’t wait, spots are starting to fill up!!!!  Our event is June 6th!  The cost is $55/person which includes use of all the guns, the ammo, access to world class instructors and LUNCH!   To sign up you need to do two things: Go to the Airfield shooting club Web site and make a payment: https://airfieldshootingclub.org/make-payment/ Register for the event by going to the NRA web site: https://www.nrainstructors.org/CourseDetails.aspx?Courseid=563485&seats=44&id=73 You can find out more information by going to the ASC website at: https://airfieldshootingclub.org/women-on-target/  Sorry Guys – this is only for women, but please help us get the word out!!!! Or you can contact Scott Sampson (757) 618-1525 (Please no calls after 9 PM) or via email at instructor@airfieldshootingclub.org

FREE Shooter Tune Up! November 17th 1 – 3 PM

Airfield Shooting Club Is offering a FREE Shooter Tune Up! November 17th 1 – 3 PM ASC Instructors are offering a FREE shooter tune up.  Instructors will be at the range November 17th from 1-3 PM.  We will offer free instructions specific to you.  All you have to do is show up!  We will be offering this first session for pistol and rifle.   We will be on the SRB, 50 and if need be the 100 range, but no range will be fully reserved. Is your pistol shooting a little rough?  Does your deer rifle need some sighting in?  We can help!  All you have to do is bring your gun, ammo and targets. If you know what you want to work on, great, if not, we can assess and go from there.

Ken Grover Memorial Open (NSSA) Skeet shoot … Oct 26th – 28th 2019

Skeet shooters… On October 26th – 28th the Airfield Shooting Club will be holding the Ken Grover Memorial Open.. A NSSA registered skeet shooting competition. If you need to get targets in, here is your chance… If you are not a member of the NSSA, You may join at the shoot.. The competition will have the following categories: 12 gauge 20 gauge 28 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 long runs from the front or back whichever is longer. Email day(s) and gun(s) you want to compete in to; Richard Sutton – richard.sutton@airfieldshootingclub.org  

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