Wildlife Committee of Washington: Kenmore Sport Shooting Facility
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 that throw American trap, doubles, continental, 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.
Kenmore Range is owned and operated by the Wildlife Committee of Washington for the benefit of its members and the outdoor sports community. The Wildlife Committee of Washington is one of the largest sportsmen's organizations of its kind with over 2,000 members. Memberships are available to adults of good character willing to associate themselves with the club's goals.
The Wildlife Committee of Washington is a non-profit sportsmen's club organized and incorporated in 1945 to promote wildlife conservation, ethical hunting and fishing, hunting and firearm safety and education, and the shooting sports. The club is managed by a Board of Directors of 12 volunteer members, elected annually from the general membership, who handle the day to day administrative and business functions of the club. Club activities are organized and directed by open committees of the membership.
Over the years, Kenmore has produced sportsmen of excellent caliber including Olympic hopefuls, World Cup Winners, World Champions and National champions.
50, 100, 200 & 300 Yard
7, 15, 25 & 50 Yards
16 Yards,handicap, doubles, continental & 5-Stand
Olympic FITA, Walk Through and Indoor
Upcoming Events & News
Winter 2019-20 Indoor Bullseye Postal League has concluded! Thank you to all of the competitors who participated in this annual event. Winner: Jim Obermeyer 2nd Overall: John Coulter 3rd Overall: Scott Lorenz 1st Expert: Jo Schneider 1st SS/Mki: James Wilson 2nd SS/Mki: Milton Schneider
Come join us at the upcoming Ladies’ Pistol Night for festive targets and sweet treats! All skill levels welcome. Friendly instructors will be provided to help new and seasoned shooters alike. Invite is extended to any gentlemen accompanying ladies participating in the event. When: Third Sunday of every month | 3-5PMAges: All ages welcome! Minors Read more about Ladies Pistol Night[…]
Curious to learn or try trap shooting but don’t have a shotgun? Want to practice your trap shooting in a safe environment with other kindred ladies? Kenmore is proud to announce Ladies Shotgun Sundays! Free instruction and supervised shooting will be held on the third Sunday of every month at the Shotgun range from 11AM-3PM. Read more about Ladies Shotgun Sundays[…]
All 2019 Memberships Expire on December 31. Renew before the end of the year and save $50. After January 1, Individual dues will increase $50 and Family dues will increase $75. Before January 1: Individual – $209.15 Family – $261.44 After January 1: Individual – $261.44 Family: $339.87 Renew Today!
Indoor Postal Practice Begins November 14 Stay sharp through the winter! Join us every Thursday evening and select Saturday afternoons for our Indoor Postal Practice and League on Thursday’s from November 14, 2019 – April 2, 2020, 7-9PM and Saturday’s from 1-3PM on 12/28, 1/4, 1/18, 2/1, 2/15, and 3/7 at the Clubhouse Indoor Range. Read more about Winter Bullseye Postal Practice and League[…]
WCW Quarterly General Meeting will be held in the Club House. Hear the latest news, share your thoughts and VOTE on changes to the membership.
WCW will be hosting a CMP Game next Sunday, November 10th, registration will be open at 8:15 AM. The match bulletin can be found at this link – https://www.wcwi.org/event/cmp-games-rifle-match-2/?instance_id=10603 Match Fee is $20. Award pins per Annex G. Page 132 of the Game Rule Book – http://thecmp.org/wp-content/uploads/CMPGamesRules.pdf?vers=020719 Please bring a completed notarized affidavit if you suspect or Read more about WCW CMP Game Nov 10[…]
Toys for Tots collection October 31-December 16 Donating a toy is one of the experiences that makes Marine Toys for Tots different from other programs. When you place a new, unwrapped toy in a Marine Toys for Tots collection box, you experience the joy of knowing that toy will be under the tree in a Read more about Toys for Tots 2019[…]
PITA Multiplex event! Last two dates for 2019: November 9, December 7 Kenmore Shotgun Range: 9AM-12PM
Smallbore Practice Begins October 15 We’ll be starting smallbore practice in the Kenmore Clubhouse on Tuesday October 15, 2019 and continuing on Tuesdays until the end of the year. We’ll open the Clubhouse at 6:30 (traffic willing) and shoot from 7PM-9PM. Shooters will be able to practice in the prone, sitting, kneeling, and standing positions. Read more about Smallbore Practice[…]