Pistol Shooting Allied Sportsmen of Western New York
The 2012-13 NFPL Schedule is online <HERE>
Come and join the Group on Sunday Mornings
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 WNY and Canada. actual and handicap scores. experienced and novice shooters are welcome.
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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 Wikipedia.org 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.
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 >>>>
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