Current News!

Spring Clean up on April 9th


Thursday Night Archery

Niagara Frontier Pistol League is underway..

Informal Pistol and PPC begin in January. Open to all.

Allied Gun Raffle 2014


2013 Classes are Complete



Allied Hosted Senator Pat Gallivan's Sportsmen’s Panel On Crossbow Regulations read Will Elliot's Article and see video.

Buffalo News Article about the meeting.

Allied give a Thumbs up to John LaMond of WYRK

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An Alliance of Shooting Disciplines


Archery Announcements Schedules and Events can be found at this link(external link)
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20 yard, 20 position climate controlled indoor range (winter)
Practice Sunday from 3:00PM to 7:00PM January through March.
Winter League shoots Thursday nights at 7:30,
Olympic and Junior Olympic Archery Programs (J.O.A.D.)
3-D Shoots, life size silhouettes.
Archery vs Pistol Shoot
Bow Hunter Training Course (September)
Archery Federation Tournament

Also check the Calendar for our 3D Shoots, etc

According to Archery is the art, practice, or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow, from "arcus" (Latin). Archery has historically been used for hunting and combat; in modern times, however, its main use is that of a recreational activity. One who practices archery is typically known as an "archer" or "bowman". Equipment typically includes the English Style Longbow, the recurve bow, the compound bow, and the crossbow and the corresponding arrows, bolts, or other projectiles used by each.

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Trap Shooting


Four fields with modern trap machines, four 27 yard walkups for handicap yardage shooting. doubles also available.
Full field illumination on three fields for year-round day and night shooting, full orange clay quality targets thrown.
Spring, Summer and Fall Leagues open for all skill levels.
Practice shooting always available during leagues.
OPEN Trap Shooting available on Tuesday nights, check club calendar and newsletter for exact times.
Casual Shooters, Teams and even entire Leagues are welcome. ===__

According to Trap shooting is one of the three major forms of competitive clay pigeon shooting (shotgun shooting at clay targets). The others are Skeet shooting and sporting clays. There are many versions including Olympic trap, Double trap (which is also an Olympic event), Down-The-Line, and Nordic trap. American trap is most popular in the United States and Canada. American trap has two independent governing bodies: the Amateur Trapshooting Association, which sanctions shoots throughout the United States and Canada, and the Pacific International Trapshooting Association, which sanctions shoots on the West Coast.

The sport is in some ways a replacement for a game where the targets were live pigeons. Indeed, one of the names for the clay targets used in shooting games is clay pigeons. The layout of modern trap shooting is different from skeet shooting in that there is only one house that releases targets and the shooters only move through 5 different positions.

Trap shooting has been a sport since at least 1793 when it used real birds, usually the Passenger Pigeon, which was extremely abundant at the time. Fake birds were introduced around the time of the American Civil War as the Passenger Pigeon was nearing extinction and sufficient numbers were not reliably available. Clay targets were introduced in the 1880s

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Pistol Shooting

Allied Sportsmen has a 15 position, 50 foot indoor pistol range.
A state of the art Air Handling System provides healthy environment.
Practice and League shooting Sundays form 11:00 am until 3:00 pm.
Practice and League shooting Wednesdays from 7:30 pm until 10om.
There are no scheduled shooting times in June - July - August.
100 yard outdoor range for rim fire shoots only at this time.
Informal Pistol League - 10 week handicap league shoots from January through March. NRA course of fire. Banquet follows league. Practical Police Course (PPC) September through April, every other Tuesday from 6:30 pm to 9:30pm. 60 rounds shot in standing, sitting, prone and kneeling positions. Left and right handed. Center fire also.
Niagara Frontier Pistol League (NFPL) - .22 caliber League Matches shot a Allied and other clubs throughout WNT and Canada. actual and handicap scores. experienced and novice shooters are welcome.
Fun shoots, ISPC style, Pistol vs Archery Shoot.
Outdoor Pistol Silhouettes .22 caliber metallic animal targets at 25 50 75 AND 100 yards. Instruction and coaching available.
NRA and Erie County approved Basic Pistol Course - scheduled throughout the year.

According to Pistol Shooting is a competitive sport involving tests of proficiency (accuracy and speed). Hunting is also a shooting sport.

Handguns, or Pistols, are smaller than rifles, and are much more convenient to carry in general. They usually have a shorter range and lesser accuracy compared to rifles and shotguns.

Competitive shooting takes place at a shooting range or firing range which is a specialized facility designed for firearms practice. Each facility is typically overseen by one or more supervisory personnel commonly called 'Range Master' or 'Range Safety Officer'. Shooting ranges can be indoor or outdoor and possibly restricted to certain types of firearms, e.g. handguns (pistols) only, shotguns, or rifles, or they can specialize in certain shooting sports.

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Rifle Shooting

15 position, 50 foot indoor range.
Practice shooting every Friday night at 7:00 (winter)
Outdoors Rifle Silhouettes .22 metalic animal targets at 25, 50, 75, and 100 yard ranges.
Outdoor Bench Rest - 50 Bench rest league and fun shooting.
Iroquois Rifle League - sporter rifle, all matches shot at Allied.
Black Powder Rifle instruction during Hunter Safety Courses.

According to a Rifle is a firearm or airgun with a rifled barrel, but commonly refers to long weapons that usually require two hands to hold and fire steadily. They generally have a longer range and greater accuracy than pistols, and are popular for hunting.

As with Pistol Shooting, competitive shooting takes place at a shooting range or firing range which is a specialized facility designed for firearms practice.

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Casual Shooters and League Shooters are welcome.

According to an air gun (or airgun) is a rifle (air rifle), pistol (air pistol), or shotgun that fires projectiles by means of compressed air or other gas, in contrast to a firearm, which burns a propellant. Most air guns use metallic projectiles as ammunition. Air guns that only use plastic projectiles are classified as airsoft guns.

Air guns are used for hunting, pest control, recreational shooting (commonly known as plinking), and competitive sports, such as the Olympic 10 m Air Rifle and 10 m Air Pistol events. Field Target (FT) is a competitive form of target shooting in which the targets are knock-down metal silhouettes of animals, with a 'kill zone' cut out of the steel plate. Hunter Field Target (HFT) is a variation, using identical equipment, but with differing rules. The distances FT and HFT competitions are shot at range between 10 metres and 50 metres, with varying sizes of 'reducers' being used to increase or decrease the size of the kill zone. In the UK, competition power limits are set at the legal maximum for an unlicensed air rifle, i.e. 12 ft·lbf.

The legal definition of an air gun differs from country to country. There may be minimum ages for possession and sales of both air guns and ammunition may be restricted. Some areas may require permits and background checks similar to those required for firearms possession.

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Any citizen of the United States, male or female, twelve years of age or upwards, who has not been convicted of a major conservation law violation and who subscribes to and complies with the rules and regulations of this organization as set forth in it's Constitution and By-Laws shall be eligible for membership, providing that vacancies exist on the membership roles and is approved by the Board of Directors.>>>>More on Joining Allied >>>>

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The NY SAFE Act is a direct threat to all sportsmen and sporting clubs. It eliminates the sale of ammo beginning January 2014. It severely restricts the private sales of rifles and shotguns. (Pistol sales were previously restricted through licensing) It will eventually eliminate the passing on of firearms upon the death of a current firearm owner if not stopped. And it simply is an infringement of Second Amendment Rights. Allied Sportsmen Club supports SCOPE's efforts to