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NOTICE:

CRPC WILL BE HOSTING THE  FALL CLASSIC TRAP SHOOT OCTOBER 14-17

´╗┐SHOOTING MATCHES


STEEL CHALLENGE ON THE 2ND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH.


REGISTERED TRAP SHOOT ON THE 1ST  SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH.


TWO GUN MATCHES ON THE 4th SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH

USPSA PISTOL MATCHES ON THE 3rd SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH


SKEET SHOOTS WE BE POSTED WHEN SCHEDULED 




RANGE ´╗┐PROJECTS COMPLETED



THE LISTED BELOW PROJECTS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED


´╗┐1. WIDEN THE ENTRANCE  ROAD FROM GATE TO CLUBHOUSE TO 18' WIDE


2.  ADD HESCO BAGS AT RANGE 3A TO SEPARATE IT FROM RANGE 3


3.  ADD THREE SHELTERS AT SKEET FIELDS


4.  REPAIR AND REPAVE DRIVEWAY AT ENTRANCE TO PISTOL AREA.


5.  POUR CONCRETE PADS AT STORAGE AND CONEX CONTAINERS


6. CONTINUE ROAD AT RANGE 3 TO 300YD BERM REGRADE EXISTINGS ROAD


7.  REBUILD RANGE 3 BERM AND GRADE DRAINAGE DITCH 

NRA NEWS

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  • Updated July 10, 2021 

AMMO NOTICE


The link below will take you to an NRA site detailing a Winchester 9mm recall which indicates the wrong propellant may have been employed in approximately sixty (60) different lot numbers.  The propellant may not ignite or otherwise burn properly causing a "bullet-in-bore obstruction," similar to the cartridge malfunction known as a "squib load."  

 

To quote from the appropriate NRA Manual:  A "squib load" occurs when the cartridge develops less than normal pressure or velocity after the ignition of a cartridge.  Squib loads can cause a bullet to fail to exit the muzzle and become lodged in the bore.  If anything unusual is noticed upon firing a shot, such as a reduction in noise, muzzle flash or recoil, a squib load should be suspected.  The shooter should stop firing immediately and, keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction, unload the gun, checking to ensure that all chambers are empty.  Then, with the action open, he or she should visually inspect the barrel to make sure that it is not obstructed.  If a bullet is lodged in the barrel, the firing of another shot could cause serious injury or damage to the gun.

 

Remember, the 9mm is the world's most popular centerfire handgun/cartridge combination and there are millions of new, recent gun purchasers out there.

 

www.nrawomen.com/content/winchester-ammunition-recall-9-mm-115-gr-fmj-jhp/

 

NRA Women | Winchester Ammunition Recall: 9 mm 115-gr. FMJ/JHP

Winchester is recalling certain lots of 9mm Luger 115-gr. Full Metal Jacket and 115-gr. Jacketed Hollow Point pistol ammunition.

www.nrawomen.com




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