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Firearms command a greater respect than most things encountered in our daily lives.  Nearly all things have the ability to be missused and the potential to harm.  Yet as with most of those things, with respect and proper use firearms are tools in many internationally participated sports.  Attention to safety, maturity, understanding of applied physics, and one's physical condition and control of muscle, breathing, heart rate, and mental focus are all elements critical to basic marksmanship and firearms safety and awareness.  As challenging as mastering the basic elelments of marksmanship are, shooting sports can be a fun opportunity for participants of all ages for learning, focus, and comradery.  Shooting sports are of the very few sports where age, gender, and physical ability are not factors in success and where great diversity often compete on the same line. 

 

New York City has some of the most stringent firearms ownership and usage requirements in the nation.  Legal and legitimate firearms use should not be confused or compared with illegal firearms ownership and use in criminal activity.  Furthermore, firearms education and participation in sanctioned competions at bonafide ranges fosters safety, maturity, and respect not depicted in movies or video games.

 

Marksmanship skills have been supported by numerous organizations for over one hundred years in America.  There are many shooting disciplines that are fun and exciting and are all based in firearms safety, respect, and focus.  We encourage anyone interested in firearms use to get involved with a range, get as much education as you can, and participate in formal matches and competition.

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Welcome to the new Richmond Boro Gun Club website!  A place to learn about the club, becoming a member, and reviewing the matches, and other details.  

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Please send any suggestions for content, including other links to sites of interest and I will add them! 

Check out the member forum, a place to trade gear, ideas, and general questions.

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Jan 13 Wed PI-3 7:00 PM Pistol .22 cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 50 feet

Jan 14 Thur SR-3 7:30 PM Sporter Rifle Standing, 30 rounds, 50 feet, .22 cal.

Jan 16 Sat SC-1 9:00 AM Steel Challenge 3 courses of fire, 5 targets each

Jan 17 Sun PR-1 9:00 AM Plinker Rifle Standing, 20 rds., 50 yards at 100 yard A33 Target LR-1 10:00 AM Light Rifle Standing, 40 rounds, 50 yards @ 31X Target Mil-1 11:00AM Military High Power Any Standing, 20-rounds, 50-yards @ SR31 PI-4 9:00 AM Pistol 1200 - .22 cal. AND Centerfire 60 rounds each @ 25 yards

Jan 21 Thur SR-4 7:30 PM Sporter Rifle Standing, 30 rounds, 50 feet, .22 cal.


Jan 23 Sat PI-5 9:00AM Revolver 600 - Centerfire, 60 Rounds @ 25 yards, iron sights 10:30AM 9mm - 40-rounds, iron sights, 25-yards, Slow Fire @ T&R Target


Jan 24 Sun LA-1 9:00AM Lever Action (ANY) Offhand 20 rounds @ 100 yards Lg Animal Target HB-1 10:30 AM Heavy Benchrest Five 5-shot groups @ 100 yards PI-6 10:00 AM Pistol .45cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 25 yards


Jan 27 Wed PI-7 7:00 PM Pistol .22 cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 50 feet
Jan 28 Thur SR-5 7:30 PM Sporter Rifle Standing, 30 rounds, 50 feet, .22 cal.
Jan 30 Sat PS-1 9:00AM USPSA - 5-stages
Jan 31 Sun MS-1 9:00 AM Metallic Silhouette .22 cal., 20 rounds, 25 and 50 yards MG-1 10:30 AM Moving Plate Gallery & Metal Targets - Rifle Range Rifle or Pistol, .22 cal., 30 shots, 25 yards (Rifle on Swinging Plates) PI-8 10:00 AM Pistol .22 cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 25 yards
Feb 3 Wed 8:00 PM REMINDER - Regular Monthly Meeting Tonight
Feb 4 Thur SR-6 7:30 PM Sporter Rifle Standing, 30 rounds, 50 feet, .22 cal.
                             
Feb 6 Sat WP 8:00 AM Work Party  -  All Ranges Closed
Feb 7 Sun BRR-1 9:00 AM Benchrest .22 cal, 25-shots @ Rimfire BR Target BRU-1 10:00 AM Benchrest .22 cal, 25-shots @ USBR Target BRI-1 11:00 AM Benchrest .22 cal, 25-shots @ USRA IR-50/50R Target PI-9 10:00 AM Pistol  Centerfire 600 - 60 rounds @ 25 yards
Feb 10 Wed PI-10 7:00 PM Pistol .22 cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 50 feet
Feb 11 Thur SR-7 7:30 PM Sporter Rifle Standing, 30 rounds, 50 feet, .22 cal.
Feb 14 Sun HBR-2 9:00 AM Hunter Benchrest Five 5-shot targets for score WB-1 10:30 AM Woodchuck Benchrest Five 5-shot for score @ 100 yards PI-11 9:00 AM Pistol 1200 - .22 cal. AND Centerfire 60 rounds each @ 25 yards
Feb 15 Mon Presidents Day
Feb 18 Thur SR-8 7:30 PM Sporter Rifle Standing, 30 rounds, 50 feet, .22 cal.
Feb 20 Sat SC-2 9:00 AM Steel Challenge 3 courses of fire, 5 targets each
Feb 21 Sun HA-1 9:00 AM Hi-Power (ANY) Bi-Pod, Prone, 20 rounds @ 100 yards LA-2 10:00AM Lever Action (ANY) Offhand 20 rounds @ 50 yards A33 Target PI-12 10:00 AM Pistol .45 cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 25 yards
Feb 24 Wed PI-13 7:00 PM Pistol .22 cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 50 feet
Feb 25 Thur SR-9 7:30 PM Sporter Rifle Standing, 30 rounds, 50 feet, .22 cal.
Feb 27 Sat PI-14 9:00 AM Revolver 600 - Centerfire, 60 rounds @ 25 yards, iron sights 10:30AM 9mm - 40-rounds, iron sights, 25-yards, Slow Fire @ T&R Target
Feb 28 Sun ARA-2 8:00 AM Benchrest .22 cal. 25-shots @ ARA Targets (Four Targets) PI-15 10:00 AM Pistol .22 cal. 600 - 60 rounds @ 25 yards

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In 2001 NYPD no longer issued Target Handgun Licenses.  Until recently the NYPD Premise License was valid within the address on the license and at any bonefide range for practice and competition including the NYS Empire State Games, the National Matches at Camp Perry, the Olympics, Civilian Marksmanship and NRA matches, and other sanctioned competitions, etc.  It is the determination of the NYPD License Division that the NYPD Premise Licenses are valid only at the address on the license and at ranges within New York City.  Leaving the City boundaries with handguns, except for hunting (with the proper endorsements) within New York State is considered a violation of the conditions of the NYPD License and could result in revocation of your NYPD License.  We are hopefull that NYPD will offer some authorization to permit travel to participate in bonefide competitions but at this time that is not an option.  Please lobby for, and educate your elected officials regarding legal participation in legitimate and legal firearms sports. 

 

Firearms education and participation in sanctioned firearms competitions fosters maturity and respect that promotes firearms safety and legal and safe use of firearms that is not depicted in movies and video games.  Participation in longstanding sports such as Bullseye/NRA Conventional Pistol, Steel Challenge, USPSA, Sporter Rifle, Benchrest, Sporting Clays, Trap & Skeet, etc. are completely different and opposed to illegal firearms possession and use on the streets and need to be considered as such.  As is any other illegal/improper use of any other item.  Regardless of appearance or origin of a firearm's design, considering that all modern firearms have their foundations in military submission and support, and that advancements in military design and function also benefit sporting use and more humane hunting practicality, there is an acceptable and legitimate use for firearms for sport and education.  Promoting education, awareness, firearms safety, and managing and minimizing the inherent risk should the focus of all of us, as challenging as that is.

 

This is the official responce regarding NYPD Premises validity outside NYC.

 

 

 

 

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