|Posted by Raymond Goin on March 29, 2015 at 12:30 PM||comments (0)|
We held the last Splatterboard of the Season this morning. 80 Breakfasts were served and 28 Shoots. We also held 2 kids shoots. Thank you to all who participated in the Splatterboards this year. A big THANK YOU to the crew that helps to put them on. Mike B, Mike G, Ralph, Ken, Brian, Tricia, Amanda,Ken Kyle, Tom W, Layton, Harris, Raymond, Ron, Jim& Joanne. See everyone in September, when we start up again.
|Posted by Raymond Goin on March 25, 2015 at 8:40 PM||comments (0)|
The Foosland Sportsmens Club will once again host a Hunter Safety class. The 10 hour class will be held Saturday April 25 9-5 PM and Sunday April 26 1-5 PM. You must attend all 10 hours of the class and pass a Multiiple choice test to recieve your Green Card to be able to get your Illinois Hunting License.
Class size is limited. Go to the IDNR website to register for the class. Lunch will be provided on Saturday for those in attendance.
|Posted by Raymond Goin on February 25, 2015 at 9:45 PM||comments (0)|
Due to the cold weather, we have canceled the Trapshoot Friday evening. Stay home and Stay safe!
|Posted by Raymond Goin on February 23, 2015 at 6:00 AM||comments (0)|
We have changed the date for our last SPLATTERBOARD of the season. We will be shooting on the 5th Sunday of March, instead of the 2nd. The date will be Sunday March 29th (PALM SUNDAY).
It will start with Breakfast at 6 AM Splatterboard starts at 8. Trapshooting around 10AM.
|Posted by Raymond Goin on January 15, 2015 at 6:20 PM||comments (0)|
After our discussion at the Board meeting last night it has been decided that: IF THE TEMPERATURE DOES NOT REACH 20 DEGREES, we will NOT hold a TRAP SHOOT that evening.
|Posted by Raymond Goin on January 8, 2015 at 6:35 AM||comments (0)|
Due to the extreme cold weather the Friday night Trapshoot for this week (January 9) will be canceled. Please stay home, and Stay SAFE.
|Posted by Raymond Goin on December 31, 2014 at 9:50 AM||comments (0)|
Just a friendly reminder to please make sure you get all of the raffle tickets turned in before noon, tomorrow. The raffles for both the GUN SAFE and HAND MADE QUILT will be at 12 Noon at the club. Thanks and see you there.
|Posted by Raymond Goin on November 9, 2014 at 2:15 PM||comments (0)|
We had a fantastic turnout for the November Splatterboard shoot. We served 62 breakfasts and held a total of 29 shoots. We provided a free breakfast for all the veterans in attendance.
We have raffle tickets available for the NEW YEAR'S DAY drawing. We will be raffling of the Gun Safe and Handmade quilt. Stop by the clubhouse and get yours today!
|Posted by Raymond Goin on October 8, 2014 at 9:55 PM||comments (0)|
Breakfast starts at 6 AM. Splatterboard starts at 8 AM. Pistol & 100 yard Ranges will be closed until the SPLATTERBOARD shoots are finished.
|Posted by Raymond Goin on September 15, 2014 at 6:05 PM||comments (0)|
The September Foosland Sportmen's Club CMP clinic and match was a great success. 22 shooters showed up for the clinic and match with 8 first time competitors and two women. The classroom session provided basic marksmanship and rifle operations for many service rifles including the Garand, 1903 A3, M1 Carbine, M1A and AR-15. Participants learned the two key principles of marksmanship and the process of build good shooting positions. The weather was outstanding and the lunch provided was too. Did you get some of the dessert!
First time competitor Dale Engel topped the competition in the Garand class with a 238-2X score. Nine other shooters competed in the classic battle rifle completion and shard the history of shooting these rifles with Dan Rawlings, Tom Woodroffe and Tim Dazy posting good scores over 210 points (70%). Dale also shot a 219 using an 1903 A3 Springfield in the second relay.
The Modern Military class of AR 15 rifle shooters had nine competitors. New shooter Cain Kiser posted an outstanding score of 88-1x in the offhand stage using a 16" M4 carbine. Tim Dazy showed what happens when you shoot more often by posting a personal record 273-5x. Tim has competed in three matches this season and seen his scores increase in every match from 220 in April, 265 last month at Leroy and now a 273 today. Julie Gustafson was the top woman shooter with some very good prone scores.
The high score posted on Sunday sets a new FSC club record of 292-13x for the 300 point match. The results are shown in the attached document.