Rifle Shooting Allied Sportsmen of Western New York
|SUNDAY||Year Round||11AM TO 3PM|
|MONDAY||Year Round||6 PM TO DUSK|
|WEDNESDAY||Year Round||6 PM TO DUSK|
|SATURDAY||Some Satrudays allowed by Town of Marilla.||8 AM to 1PM|
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Outdoor Range Restrictions
A. 22 non-jacketed mid range velocity only
Hours limited to:
1. Monday: 6p.m. to dusk
2. Wednesday 6p.m. to dusk
3. Sunday 11a.m. to 3p.m.
Also have a
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 Wikipedia.org 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.
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