While zeroing in a new sight, NSSA member Kelly S. displayed amazing skill by splitting her arrow with a Robin Hood shot!
There was an impressive turnout for last Thursday’s indoor 3D archery shoot. Co-Chair Tom M. Set the field for the shoot and although he took it easy for the opener by setting most of the targets at 20 or 30 yards there were plenty of challenging shots.
Thanks to all who attended! It makes the effort worthwhile to see everyone participating and having fun. For those who are curious, don’t be shy.. There are many friendly folks here willing to help! We hope to see you in the weeks to come!
The NSSA Archery committee is getting ready for the upcoming 3D archery league which is starting January 7th!
New targets are being prepared and mounted on stands, and target inserts are being replaced on others as needed.
This is a very popular and fun shoot for everyone – we encourage you to participate.
This message is a reminder to all members about Northside’s policy on bringing guests, accepted last year by the Board of Directors. Any member bringing more than 3 guests to shoot at any range must first contact the Range Chairman to discuss the date and number of guests. Members are personally responsible for the actions of their guests, and the Board of Directors does not feel that one member can monitor and ensure the safe conduct of more than 3 guests at a time. The range chairman can make arrangements to have help available to accommodate the extra guests, if needed.
This policy only includes non scheduled events, such as open shooting on rifle, pistol, archery, skeet, trap, etc. Scheduled events such as trap and skeet shoots are not included under this policy, as there are enough safety officers for those events.
Also, please remember that guests must yield to members in case of overcrowding at our ranges.
Please respect this policy and cooperate with NSSA range chairmen to ensure safety for all shooters.
Stan Hoover, NSSA Board Chairman
There will be a CMP Planning Meeting at the NSSA Clubhouse on Tuesday, January 12th at 7:00 PM. At this meeting we will create the calendar of dates, and decide the types of matches (F-class, Garand, 4-position, rim-fire, etc.) that will run in 2016.
If you missed this week’s first shoot on Tuesday, don’t worry – there’s still time to join! You can make up your score at the next shoot or other times – we’ll work something out!
If interested, email email@example.com
The board meetings that take place on the 3rd Tuesday of each month will now start at 7PM beginning with the December 15th meeting.
In response to the interest in the RSO training course, a second date has been added on Jan 30th. Please note the Jan 16th date is fully booked.