Club News & Announcements

Spring Cleanup – Range Closure

Posted April 26, 2017

 

A spring cleanup work party will be held at the Rifle/Pistol range on Monday and Tuesday May 8 and 9 starting at 9:00 AM each day. All ranges will be closed to shooting activities both days. Including afterhours shooting on May 8.

 

Please bring rakes, brooms, loppers, and general yard cleanup tools.

 

Point of Contact:

Larry Scott
Rifle/Pistol Range Area Director
Phone: 360-876-6929 Email:



Executive Board Meeting Notice

Posted April 26, 2017

 

A special EB meeting will be held on Thursday the 27th of April at 6:30 PM in the clubhouse. Note this will be an executive/closed session meeting.

 

Doug O’Connor
President
Poulsbo Sportsman Club

 


Thursday Evening Trap and 5 Stand

Posted March 10, 2017

 

Afterhours shotgun, both Trap and 5 Stand, will start back up this year the first Thursday after day light saving time starts. This year it will be on March 16th starting at 4:00 PM and ending at 8:00 PM. We had a great time last year and this year holds the promise of better times and meeting more new friends. Come and join us.

 

For more information please visit the Shotgun page.

 

Bill Bruce
Shotgun Range Area Director
Phone: 360.990.6315
Email:

 


FARR Grant Update

Updated March 2, 2017

 

The Poulsbo Sportsman Club has applied to the Washington State Firearms and Archery Range Recreation (FARR) Program for a grant to help defer our costs of replacing the baffles on our 25/50 yard pistol range. Grant applications were filled out and submitted and presentations were made in Olympia.

 

Doug O’Connor released an e-mail exchange between himself and the grants manager as a progress update. The e-mail exchange can be found here.

 

Doug Forsyth
Web Coordinator


Washington State Assault Weapon/Large Capacity Magazine Ban and Registration

Posted January 22, 2017

 

Washington State Attorney General Ferguson has proposed legislation to ban and/or register assault weapons and large capacity magazines. Now is the time to contact your state legislators. Details on how to do so along with a thorough explanation of the proposed legislation from the NRA is HERE.

 

Government Relations Committee

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