Johnson County Shooting Sports Association

Jr Club Activities

Written by Dan Steinman Wednesday, 10 December 2014 06:52

Congratulations to the five Junior Club members that will be competing on the state team at the nationals:
Jade Reneau- .22 rifle team
Matt Engle- Hunting and Wildlife team
Donna Dezendorf- Hunting and Wildlife team
Cole Hamill- Hunting and Wildlife team alternate
Michael Blair- Muzzle loader team
Our Junior Club Directors, Danny and Debbie Laughman, were also asked to be rifle coaches for nationals and one of the moms Debra Dezendorf was asked to be the Hunting and Wildlife Coach.
We are very proud of our Junior Club members and their accomplishments.
 

Range Rules

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 October 2012 20:05 Written by Dan Steinman Monday, 14 May 2012 06:27

This is a reminder that the Range Rules state that fully automatic weapons are prohibited at the range. There are no exceptions to this rule. No member or guest, law enforcement or not, may fire a fully automatic weapon at the range at any time. The Range Rules are posted at the top of the hill as you descend into the range area. Please stop at the sign and read them and abide by them. The Range Rules can also be found under the "about us" link on the banner above, second item. Please do your part to keep the range safe for you and your family. Thanks very much for your cooperation and enjoy your range.

Unauthorized Objects in Trash

Written by Bill Fairchild Thursday, 10 March 2011 10:29

We have been notified by the waste company that live rounds are being placed in the dumpster. Please do not put any live rounds or misfires in the trash. Use the plastic buckets provided on each bay to dispose of live rounds and misfires.

Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy the range.

Bill Fairchild, President

 

President's Message

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 January 2011 08:10 Written by Administrator Friday, 14 January 2011 17:01

I would like to extend a welcome to our newest members and hope you will come to the meetings and help us make JCSSA an enjoyable to place to practice our sport and possible get the whole family evolved in the shooting sports.

JCSSA started out several decades ago by a very small group of men who just wanted a place to safely shoot. Bought the land with a small amount paid by each month from each member. We have now grown to 350 members 50 to 70 Police officers and 4 departments who use the range for qualification.

As reminders there are some things we need to pay attention to.

  1. ALWAYS spin the numbers on the gate lock

  2. Protect the number and do not share it with anyone

  3. The full fledged member is the ONLY one who should know the number

  4. Sharing the number with non members is a serious matter and could possibly cost you a membership.

  5. With so many members we SHOULD wear our membership badges when on the range. We are hearing that non members are gaining access to the range and we need to curtail this.

  6. Safety is a primary concern at the range always practice safe gun handling and report unsafe conduct to any board member.

  7. Your elected officers are at all times interested in doing a better job. Our mission is to make JCSSA a safe enjoyable place to bring the family and enjoy the shooting sports. If we can help please contact us.
 
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