The First Shooting Competition for this year will be Saturday Evening August 6th
Newly elected Events-Coordinator, Jeff Geer hit the ground running, announcing an evening Skeet and Trap Event. His “Beat the Heat” shoot begins at 8pm with a Safety Briefing at 7:45. Club Members are invited to attend and Guests of Members are welcome, but will have to sign a Liability Waiver Release. The cost is $10.00 to shoot and Prizes will be awarded, including the ever-popular “Bonus Bird” prizes. There will also be door prizes. So bring your shotguns and at least 1 box of shells.
Here’s a link to the Event announcement:
Night Skeet 2016
(All members were emailed or mailed, a copy of this Announcement last week)
On behalf of the Brazos River Gun and Archery Club, I wanted to wish a Happy 75th Birthday to Ed Yowell. He was just elected to an unprecedented 11th term as the Club’s Range Officer. He is a prominent face of the Club and he keeps the Range in line and operating smoothly.
Take time to congratulate him on his re-election to the Range Officer position and wish him a Happy 75th Birthday.
New Member applications are in the final stages of processing. New applicants achieving Membership will be notified shortly as to their status.
The DEADLINE for submitting renewal applications is OVER.
If you missed the deadline for renewal, your membership has EXPIRED and you will need to return your Range Key ASAP.You will be able to apply again next year as a New Member applicant.
With the permission of the family of Bob Ellis:
Memorial Services for Bob Ellis
Saturday, June 4th at 2pm
Church of God
2501 SE 14th Ave.
I am notifying our membership that Bob Ellis died on Friday, May 27th. The cause of death is still undetermined at this time. He was 72 years old and had been a member of the Brazos River Gun and Archery Club for many years. He was the Club’s Vice-President and had served as VP since 2009.
Bob loved guns.
Bob was interested in, and owned many types of firearms, but loved 1911’s. At one point owning 60 or more 1911’s in various calibers.
He also enjoyed cars. And had been working on restoring a Chevelle for the last several years. After a lot of work on the Chevelle, he actually had driven the Chevelle for the first time, just 2 days before his death.
His wife, Gail became a member of the Club in 2011. She serves as a Club officer and is the Women’s Liason to the Club.
Memorial services are pending and we will update this information as soon as it is available.
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Today marks the 180th Texas Independence Day
The Mineral Wells Chapter of Ducks Unlimited is selling 2016 Ducks Unlimited Calendars. The calendars are $50.00 and each calendar comes with a ticket number that is entered into the Ducks Unlimited 2 Guns a Day Giveaway. Every day in 2016, Ducks Unlimited is giving away 2 guns. That’s right, 2 GUNS A DAY for 365 Days !!
Calendar sales will only be through November 30, 2015, YOU MUST ACT SOON !!
To get more information or to purchase a calendar and 365 chances to win a gun in 2016, contact David Buschow by one of the following methods:
email – email@example.com
phone – (940) 452 – 6728
This link shows the cover of the calendar, a sample month showing the daily guns, and the rules for this contest.
The Palo Pinto County/Santo 4H Shooting Sports team has returned for the fall season training.
Practices will run from Sunday, October 1st through Sunday, November 19th. Practice hours typically run from 1:30pm until 6pm.
The 4H Shooting Sports team utilizes the range between the Cowboy Action Range and the Skeet Range.
All BRGAC Members are encouraged to WELCOME the 4H Shooters and their PARENTS and team Coaches while they are on the Club’s property.
for any questions regarding the 4H Shooting Sports practices, Please contact the 4H Shooting Sports spokesperson, Edie Molder 817-243-6493 or email edie@6Mfirearms
4H Shooting Practice Schedule:
4H Fall Season Schedule
A flash rainstorm accompanied by high winds left damages to parts of our Range on Tuesday Evening. It also left the Range without power. Several properties on Indian Creek Rd. were also left without power. The powerful storm moved through the area very quickly and in the matter of 7-10 minutes, the high winds damaged several trees, the fences bordering the skeet range, the port-a-potty, and the flags. The Range was also left without electricity.
Club President, Terri Blevins and Range Officer, Ed Yowell worked for almost 2 hours to remove some of the broken trees and get them out of the road areas. The Texas and DeZavala flags which were removed from broken flag rings, will be replaced once new hardware is installed.
This morning, power was restored. The Range Officer spent most of the morning chopping the broken limbs and branches for removal. The Range border fences will probably be replaced soon.
Here are some photos from Tuesday evening:
This Week, the rifle and pistol ranges each got an enhancement, the addition of wheelchair accessible ramps.
In the past, a few members have indicated that wheelchair bound family or guests they have brought to the Range, had difficulty with access to the respective range shooting positions because they lacked the ramps. The Club’s Officers
had met prior to the annual meeting to discuss the Club’s needs and a decision was made to get the contractor who was putting in the base for the new storage unit, to add the ramps.
If you have a family member or guest that is wheelchair bound, we ask that you check them out and give us some feedback.