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Pistol Movement 2 (Jul 10-11)
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Dear KTSA Members,
The Project Mapleseed program is a one day instructional program to introduce the very basics riflemanship and is attended by all from new shooters, experienced hunters, competitors etc (see Mapleseed Brochure).
They have come back to Western Canada and Kamloops was able to secure one date Monday August 13, 2018.
To sign up see the eventbrite link below
Monday August 13, 2018
Short Range (.22lr rifles)
If you know anyone in Kamloops or Area that is interested to attend, KTSA Member or not, please feel free to forward this email.
Look forward seeing some of you there!
We will be having a 50-50 .22 cal rifle practice shoot at the short range on June 20th from 6:30 til dark.
Room for 6 shooters but if we have more, we will run two relays.
Need a good .22 with a front and rear rest.
As the drought continues the conditions at the outdoor ranges have become more critical.
We need to be even more aware of the need to be extra careful on club property.
Make sure to put out your cigarettes. Since all the bays have bark mulch in them it is probably a good idea to not smoke if you are in one of the bays. (common sense maybe)
The club has a no incendiary devices policy. (see the KTSA Range Rules) That means no exploding targets, no smoke bombs, no flash bangs, no tracer ammunition and at this time no open fires.
Be extra careful please. If you have any doubt about what you are doing, don’t do it.
We do not want to close the range to everyone, but if it becomes necessary we will.
KTSA Range Warden