Club News & Announcements

Range open this coming Saturday and Sunday

Posted November 15, 2018

 

The construction on the 50 yard baffle replacement project is progressing to completion. Additional photos are available here. Be sure and scroll down as there are several in the file.


On Saturday the 17th the 15 yard pistol range will be open to club members and the public. The hours are from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM, normal range fees apply. There will be a Long Range 22 Silhouette match on the 100 and 200 yard rifle ranges the same day. The silhouette match should be over by 3:00 PM then the rifle ranges will be open.

 

On Sunday the 18th the 100 and 200 yard rifle and the 15 yard pistol ranges will be open to club members and the public. The hours are from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM, normal range fees apply.

 

The rifle and pistol ranges will be closed again starting Monday the 19th until the following weekend.


Larry Scott

Chief Range Officer

360-876-6929

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Rules Change - PSC Meeting Reminder - Tuesday at 6:30 PM

Posted November 2, 2018

 

The regularly scheduled membership meeting of the Poulsbo Sportsman Club will be held at 6:30 PM this coming Tuesday (November 6) in the club house. On the agenda is a discussion and vote on a proposed change to the Standing Rules regarding criteria for membership vesting status...[Read more]

 


PSC Newsletter for November, 2018

Posted October 31, 2018

 

Daylight Saving Time and After-hours Shooting

Daylight Saving Time changes back to Standard Time on Sunday morning November 4, 2018. This means several changes for the rifle and pistol ranges. Hours of operation will run from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
PST. After the baffle construction project is complete, afterhours shooting will only be allowed on the 7.5/15 yard pistol range as it is the only range with lights. The 100 yard and 200 yard rifle ranges have never been equipped with lights. The lights on the 25/50 yard range were removed as part of the baffle replacement project; at this time there are no plans in place to install new lights on the 25/50 yard range. If you are a member looking to give some time back to the Club, come to an Executive Board meeting and volunteer to manage a project to install new lights on the 25/50 yard range. [read more]

 


Rifle and Pistol Range Closure – October 2018

Posted September 24, 2018

 

All the pieces have finally come together so we can start construction on the long planned baffle replacement project on the 50 yard range. This means the state has approved the grant, the county has approved the building permit, and the long lead time materials have arrived.

 

Beginning Monday morning, October 8, 2018, all rifle and pistol ranges will be closed. We will not be open to the public and there will be no after-hours shooting on these ranges until further notice. The estimated construction duration is eight weeks. Regular updates will be provided on this website.

 

This closure does not affect scheduled events in the shotgun shooting area or in the primitive shooting area. You will still hear the sounds of gunfire from our range complex.

 

When the contractor crew is not on site, there may be short periods of time for a few days when we will open the other rifle and pistol ranges during public hours. Notice will be posted here on the web site. Member’s after-hours gate cards will be shut off for the duration of the construction project.

 

Mike Snyder
President
Poulsbo Sportsman Club

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Meeting Schedule Changes

Posted June 7, 2018

 

Several schedule changes for meetings were approved last night at the membership meeting.

 

The July general membership meeting has been moved from July 3 to July 10 because of the July 4 holiday.

 

The September general membership meeting has been moved from September 4 to September 11 because of the Labor Day holiday.

 

The December executive board meeting has been moved from December 25 to December 18 because of Christmas.

 

The January 2019 general membership meeting has been moved from January 1, 2019 to January 8, 2019 because of the New Year’s holiday.

 

Doug Forsyth

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