The Board of Directors would like to give special recognition to one of our sustaining members, Lee Blyth, for his contributions to the Club. This time Lee and crew gave up the better part of their weekend replacing our tired Club house roof.
IPSC will be on Friday’s at 6:30pm starting this Friday, June 17th. If you have your Black Badge come out and enjoy in the fun or just stop by to check and see what it’s all about.
Lake of the Woods Gun Club
Event: 200 target Sporting Clay Shoot (shotgun)
(100 bird option available)
Location: Lake of the Woods Gun Club – 4 km North of Hwy 17A on Hwy 641 (Minaki hwy)
When: Saturday July 6th, 2013
Registration: 8:30-9:15 am
Start time: 9:30 am
Cost: $ 55 for 200 targets (includes lunch & cash prizes)
(100 bird option – $ 40 includes lunch & cash prizes)
12ga. ammunition available at club @ $8/box
Format: ½ of targets in morning, ½ of targets in afternoon – A, B & C classes will be determined based on morning shoot but results will be cumulative. Ladies and Junior classes must be declared at time of registration.
Classes: A class (>80%)
B class (65-80%)
C class (<65%)
Junior (13 – 17yrs of age)
There will be no duplicate stations.
Will include lots birds, rabbits and maybe the odd chandelle or battue…
Cash Prizes: 100% payout based on # of individuals in each Class based on $10 contribution from each registration fee.
1st place in each class: 50%
2nd place in each class: 30%
3rd place in each class: 20%
Shell Safety: 2 ¾” shells only
#7 ½, #8 or #9 shot only
Haven’t touched your shotgun since the last duck or pheasant season…come out an experience something exciting & similar (the good thing you don’t have to pluck these ones). All people welcome.
For more information contact:
Kevin @ (807)548-7576; or
Peter @ (807)548-4221
Lake of the Woods Gun Club Rifle Division
Rim Fire Benchrest for Score Match
May 26, 2013
The match was well attended with 16 competitors enjoying the warm weather, sunshine and camaraderie.
Bolt Action Class
First place Phil Nick 742/750
Second place Jake Choquette 733/750
Third place Burt Bastien 731/750
Fourth place Katelyn Jack 701/750. Katelynn is a 12 year old girl from Emo shooting a Savage with CCI ammunition in her first Bench Rest match. The three retired gentlemen that placed ahead of Katelynn probably have a combined total of at least 150 years shooting experience. They were also shooting expensive highly accurate target rifles. Katelynn surprised a lot of veteran shooters with her shooting skills.
Semi Auto Class
First place Ken Chambers 698/750
Second place Bill Gabryluk 690/750
Third place Ron Pettis 669/750
Thanks to all who came out to support the Club and thanks to the volunteers who performed the duties of tournament officials as Range officers, Referees, Target Detail, scoring and special thanks to Al Cardinal for the barbequed lunch.
Recent Zombie sightings were reported in Alberta in the last few weeks and I was dispatched by the Zombie Alert Squad to investigate the occurrences.
My report is as follows.
At the end of April, Zombies were reportedly seen in the Edmonton, Alberta area. Since these are my old stomping grounds I was called upon to investigate these sightings. The Genesee Gun Range had an incident where Zombies had been spotted right on the gun range and were causing havoc and mayhem out on the range floor. Members were called out on a weekend to help eradicate the Zombie horde. Much ammunition was used and the blitz lasted for hours, requiring many reloads and volleys fired down range at the Zombies. Range safety officers were in attendance and hot dogs and hamburgers were available for the members to replenish themselves as the day wore on. The shoot was a success, however some Zombies escaped and were last seen heading east in our direction!
In a few days I will update the situation and let you all know the status of the missing Zombies. If you do encounter a Zombie, remain calm and let any of the executive know. We may be called upon to remedy the situation if the Zombies do show up in our area. I will keep you updated. Please watch this site for more information.
Our 2013 brochure is available here. It gives a great snapshot of what is happening at the club this year. Please feel free to distribute to all your friends!
Spring is here so the gate will remain locked until the road is in suitable condition to drive on. The range is still open and available to be used but you will need to walk in.
Road is open again! Thanks!
Saturday May 18th
Hotdogs, hamburgers and pop will be available.
As of March 7th, 2013 your board of directors has passed a motion to cancel the requirement to attend a yearly compulsory shooting event to maintain your A.T.T. You MUST, however, sign the register that is inside the building. If your name does not appear in the registry book at least once during the year, you will be contacted by the board of directors to find out why you have become inactive or if you cannot get out to enjoy our facility.
The board of directors passed a further resolution regarding the cancellation of A.T.T.’s. An A.T.T. can only be revoked by the board of directors for non payment of dues, a serious safety infraction, or failure to renew your firearms licence.
If any member has questions regarding these changes please contact Gil Pelletier, Handgun Division chair, at 465-5978 or Al Cardinal, President, at 543-3538.
May 4, 2013 – Kenora Legion
Bar opens at 5:00 Supper at 6:30
Tickets $25.00 single $45.00 a pair, available at Wharf Marine
Music, Silent Auction, Door Prize, Draws for Prize Packages.
Great Food! Great Atmosphere! Great Prizes! Everyone Welcome!
See you there!