We moved the Pheasant Flurry to the south and incorporated a skeet field with the trap field. The big flurry's are ready to run. Five stand stations are in place and the new compact is ready to roll. Weather it's a round of trap, skeet, or two - seven man flurry it's ready to go. Lights will be up and running for the night shoots in the next couple of weeks. It's throwing targets now and we gave it a pretty good test this past weekend.
Hunters Pointe News
As we get closer to the fall the rifle pad becomes busier and busier. There's five benches, four lanes, with target frames at 100, 200, 300 and 400 Yards. 1,000 inch (28 yard) bore sight frame on the east side. NO 50 CALS ALLOWED - I'm sorry but don't ask. .338 Cal and lesser field guns are fine. Daily pass or fee is set at $15. Annual membership remains at $100 and includes all fee's for the rifle pad for the year except paper targets and range cart gas. Membership for the remaining months of 2012 are prorated.
Hunters Pointe now has two different clays courses (East & West). East side will remain challenging for targets style shooting while the west side will remain hunting related (wing presentations) shooting. The new east course has three rabbbits, two 90's and a battue trap mixed into the the standard target and springing teal type presentations.