The Winter Skeet League second 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2020 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The 2020 Winter Skeet League is well under way and the first 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2020 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The 2020 Winter Skeet League is underway. You can start shooting your first 100 birds on Thursday January 2nd. You can sign up for the league any time up to January 19th as long as you shoot you shoot your 1st 100 birds by the 19th. Any missed rounds during the 1st 100 birds will be scored as the league average minus 2 birds. Cost for the league is $45 plus shooting fees. Juniors under 18 before Jan. 2nd are $20 for league fees. Single shooters are welcome. We’ll hook you up with a team looking to fill up their squad. The league uses a handicap system so don’t worry about your scores. Everyone has a chance to win.
We’ve got some new shooters this year, so if you see some new faces around the club welcome them aboard and give them some pointers on how the league runs and how to stay safe out on the skeet field. Rules are the same as last year. I’d like to keep them as simple as I can. This is a fun league and I want to keep things as fair and easy as possible. Rules and league info are posted around the club and the BWSA.club website. Also, if you “like” the Blue Water Sportsman Assoc. on Facebook you will get the latest club news sent to you automatically.
When things get busy, sign up your squad and put your clipboard in the rack next to the scoreboard. No jumping ahead. 5 to a squad only. 3 to a squad on exceptionally cold days. Have your squad ready to shoot when your clipboard is at the top of the rack. When you’re shooting for score, make sure you mark your score sheet with a red “S” before you shoot. Scores without a red “S” are just practice rounds. Anyone on your squad can score your round but if there’s trappers available let them score for you. It makes things easier for the shooters and it gives them a chance to earn a few bucks from tips for scoring. When you’re done shooting, just put your score sheet on the table next to the rack under the scoreboard. Don’t post your scores. I’ll take care of the scores. If you see any errors in your scores, let me know as soon as possible. It’s easy to correct them. I’ll correct scores for the current 100 birds and the previous 100 only.
So call your friends and tell them it’s not too late to sign up. You can contact me at the numbers listed below. I’m usually at the club on shooting days and I’m happy to answer any of your questions.
The 2020 BWSA Winter Bullseye League will begin on January 8th and run through March 25th. The league fee of $35.00 is due by the 1st Shoot in January.
An Awards Banquette will be held the last Wednesday in April for all participants. Participants will provide a dish to pass during banquet, protein (i.e.: Steak) will be covered by the League fees as well as prizes!!
Here’s the details:
BWSA Winter Bullseye League
8 January 2020 through 25 March 2020
35.00 League Fee is due by the 1st Shoot in January
NRA Rules will be used and enforced. Any NRA approved Pistol may be used in match play, but you may not change pistols during a match. Please note that each National Match Course is a Match so you may change pistols after each National Match Course but are not required to, you may not change pistols during a 900 Aggregate (except as provided by the NRA Pistol Rules).
All handicapped scores will be based on 90% of 900. If you shoot a 700, it will be subtracted from 810. This number, 110 will be multiplied by .9. That number, 99 will be added to your actual score of 700 for a total of 799. If your average is 810 or above, your actual score will be your handicapped score. Handicaps will be calculated after the first three matches and then scores will be change to reflect. Handicaps will be recalculated to the average of the last three matches and those scores will be changed accordingly. Setting your handicap with open sights and switching to a dot sight will not be permitted. A running spread sheet will be posted weekly for your convenience.
If you are going on vacation or cannot attend you can shoot up to two 90 shot matches in one evening but you can only shoot ahead up to two matches. We will be shooting either a National Match Courses or 900 Aggregates at 25 yards.
After those events the participants will police the range for the next relay and another Range Safety Briefing will be held for the participants.
An Awards Banquette will be held the last Wednesday in April for all participants. Participants will provide a dish to pass during banquet, protein (i.e.: Steak) will be covered by the League fees as well as prizes!! Also your non-handicapped scores will be turned in to the NRA for Classification Purposes.
Blue Water Sportsman’s Association presents:
Caesar Guerini Day
Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, A Caesar Guerini representative will have for you to try:
- Multiple 12 Guage Shotguns
- Multiple Sub-gauge Shotguns
- Trap Shotguns
- Sporting Shotguns
- Field Shotguns
The Representative Will Also Be Offering Stock Fitting and Sight Alignment for Any Brand of Shotgun
Ammo Will Be Available for Purchase
You Must Purchase Your Lines to Shoot from BWSA
**This Day Only for Up to 4 Lines-Guests Will Pay Member Prices of $5.00 per Line**
Clubhouse and Shotgun Fields Located at:
4866 Ravenswood Road Kimball Twp, MI 48074
Date: Sunday, February 23, 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Blue Water Sportsman’s Association
- Attend a 2 year or more accredited college or university or an accredited vocational school.
- Must have been a junior member of Blue Water Sportsman’s Association for a minimum of 1 full year.
- Must be a Junior or Senior in high school.
- Provide current high school transcript.
- Provide full name, phone number, mailing address, and membership number.
Write a 250 – 500 word essay on 1 of 2 topics listed below:
- How has shooting as a sport helped me in life?
- What can we as a society do to stop violence in America?
Open Period November 15, 2019 – February 1, 2020
Submit all documentation listed under requirements and essay to:
Blue Water Sportsman’s Association
4866 Ravenswood Rd.
Kimball, MI 48074
You can start signing up for the 2020 Winter Skeet League. The front desk has a signup sheet. Details on the league will be posted around the clubhouse, on the website and on the Facebook page. If you have any questions, I’m usually at the club on shooting days.
This year the league fee will be $45 and $20 for junior shooters under 18, same as last year. Rounds will cost $5 for members and $7 for non-members when you add rounds to your card. Shooting days this year will be Thursdays and Sundays.
Single shooters are welcome. We’ll find a team for you to join. If your team is short a shooter, don’t worry, we can fill you in with someone looking for a team. And we’re always looking female shooters. So, if you have a wife, girlfriend daughter or granddaughter, bring them out.
The October 2019 newsletter contained the incorrect days for Shotgun. Shotgun hours remain the same of Thursdays 2-9 pm and Sundays 10 am – 4 pm. Sorry for the error. The newsletter has been updated. Thanks!
BWSA held CMP EIC .22 Rimfire Pistol and Service Pistol matches on Sunday, August 18th, 2019. The sun kept the day hot, while afternoon storms threatened to interfere with the last relays. Luckily, the brief storm rolled south and the day’s shooting was a great success. We had folks visit us from hours away to compete and we’re thankful for all the shooters who joined us for a Sunday of fun.
|Service Pistol Match|
Congratulations, and thank you to the shooters and volunteers for a successful day.
We have recently discovered that emails sent to the club administrator through the website contact form were not being received by the administrator. We sincerely apologize for this interruption in communication.
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