Kenmore Shooting Range
The Kenmore Range has several dedicated pistol ranges. Range #3 is a fully safetied 28 point all-weather 7, 15, 25 and 50 yard range. This range has turning targets at 25 yards and is used for both International and Bullseye matches and leagues as well as competitive shooting practice. There are good lights on the targets and we hold evening competitions often.
The Kenmore Shooting Sports Park has all types of archery facilities. Our Olympic FITA Archery range is one of only a few dedicated FITA ranges in the entire country and is for members and tournaments only. Our covered Flat Range has targets from 20 to 80 yards. The shooting line is under cover and the targets are lit for evening shooting by members with permission. Our Walk-thru range has 50+ animal bag targets in a natural hunting setting. There are marked firing points and sheltered targets with no marked distances.
The Kenmore Range has two high power rifle ranges, one for the exclusive use of the qualified members, and one for general member and public shooter use. The rifle ranges are open 362 days a year for both member and public use. With two separate ranges where we can hold various matches and events and still have open shooting available.
The Shotgun facilities include a clubhouse/pro-shop, 4 trap fields, one practice trap field, and a 5-stand with a 65′ duck tower. We use primarily Beomat automatic trap machines with one in each trap house and one up the duck tower. The 12 traps used on the 5-stand are a mixture of automatic trap, automatic skeet machines, and specialized automatic teal and rabbit machines.
WCW Leading sportsman's club in the Puget Sound Area
The Wildlife Committee of Washington (WCW) is the leading sportsman's club in the Puget Sound area, with over 2,000 members and a pro-active philosophy. Membership in the Wildlife Committee of Washington is open to anyone of good character who wishes to associate themselves with the policies, projects, and goals of the organization. We are non-partisan, non-sectarian, and we are race, religion, creed, and gender neutral. Our large and diverse membership has the common bond of enjoying the outdoor sports and the desire to protect that heritage. The Wildlife Committee of Washington is a member of and supports the following state and national organizations. We strongly recommend that all shooters and hunters maintain their own individual membership in these organizations: National Rifle Association (NRA), USA Shooting (USAS), Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), Washington State Rifle and Pistol Association (WSR&PA), Washington State Archery Association (WSAA), Washington State Bowhunters (WSBH), National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), National Archery Association (NAA).
50, 100, 200 & 300 Yard
7, 15, 25 & 50 Yards
16 yards, doubles, continental and 5 stand
Olympic FITA, Walk Through & Indoor
Greg Van De Rostyne
Are you interested in what happens to Kenmore Range in the next 5 years, 10 years, 20 years, 50 years or even the next 100 years? Do you want input into how the Club will look in the future? Come join us on Sunday, April 22nd in the Chalet from 3 PM to 4:30 PM Read more about WCW Long-Term Strategic Planning Committee Meeting[…]
Kenmore was the host for the Emerald City Championship shoot on April 8th, with the weather being blustery lite rain all day it did not stop the competitors from showing up, as we had 46 shooters for 3 events of singles, doubles and handicap. Ken Evans came out on top with an HOA score of Read more about Emerald City Championship PITA Shoot[…]
Greg Miner went to Walla Walla for the “Camas Prairie ATA” shoot this past weekend. This is a big shoot attracting some 225 plus shooters from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana for 3 full days of shooting. The Friday preliminary featured Singles, Handicap and Doubles, Greg won all three events in his Class. Saturday and Read more about Kenmore Trap Shooter is a Big Winner[…]
The 2017-2018 Youth Shotgun League came to a close on March 18, 2018, culminating in a pizza and ice cream party for the shooters, their families and volunteers. This League’s overall top shot was Justin Atkinson, a first year Youth League shooter, who led the league for the entire season. The top Lady shooter was Read more about 2017-2018 Youth Shotgun League[…]
Well now that it appears the snow is done for the year the maintenance guys were able to get out and pressure wash the trap fields. Some of the guys from shotgun volunteered there time to then come out on Sunday morning to re-paint the numbers on the trap fields. Thank you to Dave Elliot, Read more about Spring Cleaning and Painting[…]
Kenmore hosted the final McMurtry Shoot and it was a huge success!! A total of 48 shooters from the 3 different clubs participated in the shoot. The weather started off with some snow coming down, but by the time we started it turn into a nice day for shooting. Kenmore finished off strong with 26 Read more about Kenmore Wins Again!![…]
It was a snowy and cold 28 degrees on the Pistol Range for our February Ladies’ Pistol Night, but we still had 8 brave lady shooters join us for some instruction and range time. Several of our shooters were repeat visitors, but we also had 4 brand new ladies venture out for the very first Read more about February Ladies’ Pistol Night[…]
Ladies Night was an absolute success! We had 28 attendees…father/daughter, husband/wife, date night couples, friends meeting with friends…we even had a couple who brought their 6 week old baby! First mom would shoot, dad would hold the baby in the clubhouse then mom would hold the baby and dad would shoot. Majsan brought a GIANT Read more about Valentines Night Trap Shooting[…]
Round 3 of the McMurtry shoot was held a Granite Falls GC, it was a nice day for the shoot. We had another good turnout for the competition against Machais and Granite Falls and Kenmore. Top shooter of the Day was Meryn Stewart (Kenmore) with a 42!!! At the end of the shoot Kenmore and Read more about Round 3 of the McMurtry Shoot[…]