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2020 Winter Bullseye Postal League Results!

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
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Ladies Shotgun Sundays

lady shotgun

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.

When: Third Sunday of every month | 1100-1500
Ages: All ages welcome! Minors must be accompanied by a parent
Cost: Free Instruction and free loaner shotguns are available. Trap lines, ammunition and accessories are available at member pricing.

Pre-registration is not required! Eyes and ears are available at the range.

Lady Shotgun
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Winter Bullseye Postal Practice and League

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.

This event is only for .22 handguns, standard velocity ammo recommended.

Information on the event can be found on our NRA Bullseye Pistol page.

There is a $40 participation fee payable, in cash, on arrival of the start date of the league.

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WCW CMP Game Nov 10

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 know that I don’t have one on file for you.  The affidavit form is available at this link   – http://thecmp.org/wp-content/uploads/Affidavit.pdf?ver=20180110

Competitors a choice of Course A or B, most of the time Course B is chosen.  Carbines are allowed too – see Table 5 for the carbine course of fire.  Special note to anyone firing a M-1 Carbine – bring your own ammo – the club does not have carbine ammo available in the pro-shop.

CMP Table 4 – As-Issued Military Rifle Course B

StageDistanceType of FireFiring PositionNumber of ShotsTime Limit
Sighting200 yds. [1]SlowAny525 min. for sighting & prone slow [2]
First200 ydsSlowProne20
Second200 ydsRapidProne from Standing1080 sec.[3]

Third200 ydsRapidSitting or Kneeling from Standing1070 sec
Fourth200 ydsSlowStanding1010 min

[1] The 200-yard SR target, Rule 4.3.5, is used for all stages. Alternatively, all stages may be fired at 100 yards on the NRA SR-1 target.

[2] Competitors are given a combined time limit of 25 minutes to fire a maximum of five sighting shots and 20 record shots in the prone position.

[3] The time limit for the rapid-fire stage is 80 seconds for both semi-automatic rifles (M1 Garand) and manually operated rifles (Springfield and Vintage Military Rifle).

CMP Table 3 – As-Issued Military Rifle Course A

StageDistanceType of FireFiring PositionNumber of ShotsTime Limit
Sighting200 yds [1] SlowAny515 min. for sighting & prone slow [2]
First200 ydsSlowProne10
Second 200 ydsRapidProne from Standing1080 sec [3]
Third 200 ydsSlowStanding1010 min

Table 5 - 50 Rounds M1 Carbine Course

Stage / Firing PositionNumber of shotsType of FireTime Limit
Sighting / Any1010 mins
Prone10Slow Fire5 mins
Prone from Standing10 Rapid Fire60 secs
Sitting or Kneeling from Standing10Rapid Fire70 secs
Standing10 Slow 10 minutes

Targets will be SR-1s at 100 yards.

Rifles permitted – anything – consult sections 4 and 5 of the rule book if you want to know more.

Anyone that wants to use one of the Club’s Garands – please call the Match Director – 425-239-2835, to make the arrangements.

Any questions – email or call George Smith, Match Director.

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Smallbore Practice

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. This will be an open practice, so get that smallbore target rifle out of the closet and get a little trigger time in. Sure beats washing the dishes.

Additionally, we’re planning to enter a couple of Kenmore teams into smallbore league beginning in January 2020. Look for future announcements about smallbore league in The Sportsman Newsletter.

Questions? Contact Alan Carey at waltherkkm [at] gmail.com

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2019 Youth Shotgun

Youth Shotgun League
Youth Shotgun League

Youth Shotgun League registration opens on October 1, in person at the Shotgun range office.Space is limited to the first 15 registered and paid shooters ages 10-17.  Youth Shotgun league shoots every other Sunday, with the first session starting on November 3.  

  • The league is every other Sunday beginning 11/3/2019-3/15/2020.
  • Youth Shotgun League is limited to the first 15 shooters registered and paid
  • Payment must be made at registration.  
  • Select your shooting squad time at registration.
  • Cost is $75.00 + tax per student

Contact: Mark Silver - manager [at] wcwi.org - for more information

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CMP Games Rifle Match

October 13, 2019 | 9:00AM – 1:00PM |Kenmore Range 1

Garand, Springfield, Vintage, Modern Military Service Rifle CMP Match Program
Sponsored by:  Wildlife Committee of Washington (CMP Club 68095)

Competition open to:
Any eligible competitor, you need not be a member of the NRA, CMP or the sponsoring club. All competitors must have a notarized “Eligibility Affidavit and Liability Agreement” (http://thecmp.org/wp-content/uploads/Affidavit.pdf) on file at the sponsoring club or present at registration. All competitors who are not current WCW club members must complete a club “Liability Agreement” during registration.

Entry Fee: $20 fee for all competitors

Entries Close: 09:15AM – Registration Opens at 8:00 AM.  After 9:15 AM the sponsoring club will no longer take entries.

Firing Starts: 09:30AM

Rules: Current Edition of CMP Rules
http://thecmp.org/wp-content/uploads/CMPGamesRules.pdf

Course of Fire:
Garand, Springfield/Vintage Military/Modern Military Course A or Course B.  depending upon weather and the preference from the majority of the competitors.

Awards:
Achievement Pins per Annex G in the CMP Games Rule Book.

General Information:
Club Website – https://www.wcwi.org/
Event Contact – George G. Smith ggsmith1 [at] @frontier.com 425-239-2835
Targets – NRA SR1 @ 100 yards
Firing line is covered for inclement weather
Competition is limited to 36 entrants (3 relays of 12)

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Youth Rifle 6 Slots Still Available!

Youth Rifle! September 2019-April 2020

Youth rifle runs from mid-September through the beginning of April on Friday nights with relays at 7pm, 8pm, 9pm and 10pm, depending on the age group shooting. Youth rifle shooters are from 10 to 18 years old and must complete either the Home Firearms Safety Class, Basic Rifle or the Hunter Education Class prior to participating. The fee for Youth rifle is $80.00 per year and includes the use of a rifle and ammunition. Beginning in September, returning Youth Rifle shooters receive an email to determine if they wish to continue shooting and the information necessary to register to shoot. New youth rifle shooters on the waiting list are sent an email only if there are available openings in the program.

Youth rifle runs from mid-September through the beginning of April on Friday nights with relays at 7PM, 8PM, 9PM and 10PM, depending on the age group shooting. Youth rifle shooters are from 10  to 18 years old and must complete either the Home Firearms Safety Class, Basic Rifle or the Hunter Education Class prior to participating. The fee for Youth rifle is $80.00 per year and includes the use of a rifle and ammunition.  Beginning in September, returning Youth Rifle shooters receive an email to determine if they wish to continue shooting and the information necessary to register to shoot.  New youth rifle shooters on the waiting list are sent an email only if there are available openings in the program. Email the team administrator at youthrifle [at] hotmail.com for waiting list inquires and questions.

Youth use .22 rifles, either their own, or club supplied.  The cost per shooter is $80 for club fees and an additional $35 if also interested in participating in 4-H. Participation in 4-H gains shooters access to 4-H competitions and other fun events. Competitions run Jan-June and are typically on Saturday’s. 

The cost per shooter is $80 for club fees and an additional $35 if also interested in participating in 4-H. Participation in 4-H gains shooters access to 4-H competitions and other fun events. Competitions run Jan-June and are typically on Saturday’s. 

Fees include all necessary equipment (rifles, ammunition and targets). Ear muffs and safety glasses are available but you may want to consider buying a set for yourself and your child as the clubs are well used. Some shooters do bring their own rifles, a Coach reviews them before they can be used on our line. If you are considering providing a rifle for your youth (not necessary) please discuss this with a coach before purchasing to ensure it meets requirements. 

Youth are assigned a spot on 1 of 4, 1-hour relay times which run at 7PM, 8PM, 9PM and 10PM. Each relay can accommodate 11 youth. Youth are assigned a relay by age and family need.

For youth interested in participating, a pre-requisite course from those listed below is necessary for participation at Kenmore Range.  Once they have completed a pre-requisite course, confirmation of completion will be required before they are allocated a slot.

The following are acceptable pre-requisite classes and links to registration contacts. There are no exceptions, all youth must complete an approved safety course prior to shooting in practice. Youth can sit through practice, but will not be allowed on the firing line until an approved safety course is completed (Kenmore Range requirement).

Kenmore:

Washington State Hunter Safety classes: https://www.wcwi.org/education-and-training/state-certified-hunter-safety-classes/ or https://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/requirements/education

Home Firearm Safety via Washington Arms Collectors. Please phone (425) 255-8410 for the dates offered – usually at the Monroe gun show.

Please note that most classes require pre-registration and are not walk-in classes. It can take several weeks to get into an approved course, so we recommend signing up for a course asap if your youth is interested in participating 

Thank you for your interest in our youth program. Please email the Kenmore Youth Rifle Team Administrator at youthrifle [at] hotmail.com if you have questions , or if you would like additional information about our team.