Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club,

 Summer Pistol League:

 

     

Every Monday, May through September the Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club holds a Bullseye competition. 

This competition is intended to get new shooters involved in the sport, as well as maintaining

the edge during the long summer break for the experienced Bullseye competitor.

 

Shooters may compete in rimfire (22 cal), centerfire, or both.  There is a nominal fee of $2 for one match

or $3 for both matches.  The shooter competes against his/her own average, so everyone has a chance to win. 

Each shooter gets one point for shooting each night, and additional points are awarded for first through

forth place for each night.  At the end of the season an awards banquette is held to honor those who persevered.

 

This year we are adding a "Lucky Target Shoot" The nominal fee for this is $2, and half of the proceeds will be going to the top shooter.

 

This semi-formal setting is a great way to become accustomed to the calls used on the firing line,

and to learn how to score targets.  These matchers are open to the public, membership is not required. 

The Ranger Officer calling the match will enforce all range and safety rules.  These matches typically

start around 6 PM and the last relay typically goes off around 9:30 PM

(depending on the number of shooters who show up on a given night).

 

2009 Final Summer League Standings

 

2010 Final Summer League Standings

 

2011 Final Summer League Standings

 

2012 Final Summer League Standings

 

 

First Match: May ?, 2013

Last Match: September ??, 2013

No Matches on May 27, 2013 or September 2, 2013

 

Any Questions please feel free to E-mail Donna here....

 

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