It’s that time of year again! Time for Bullseye (Precision Pistol) to move outdoors. We will be meeting on Bay 5 starting Wednesday, May 1, 2019. The first relay begins promptly at 6pm, so be sure to arrive early.
The Slow Fire stage is shot at 50 yards (150 feet) and the Timed and Rapid Fire stages are shot at 25 yards (75 feet).
See you out there!
Sunday May 5, 2019
Blue Water Sportsman Association Clubhouse
- Banquet shooting games start at 3:00.
- Dinner between 5:00 and 6:00.
- Trophy presentation at 7:00.
The division champs for the 2019 Winter Skeet League have been decided. Each team will shoot 1 round per shooter with full handicap to determine which team is overall champion on Banquet Day. Shoot off rules are posted in the clubhouse, on the website and on the Facebook page. You can shoot anytime between 3:00 and 6:00.
The club will be open for normal business between 10:00 & 2:00 so you can come early and shoot if you want. Banquet shooting games start at 3:00. Dinner between 5:00 and 6:00. Trophy presentation at 7:00. Disposable silverware and plates will be available or bring your own for a finer dining experience. Bring your own beverages. Adult beverages after you’re done shooting only.
Here are the division winners:
Corbat – Jamison – S. Hyde
J. Hyde – Stone – Kennedy
Sokolowksi – Shinske – Danielson
Fleming – R. Laenen – A. Laenen
Petit – Cilluffo – Lamb
For all 2019 Winter Skeet League scores, visit the 2019 Winter Skeet League page
WINTER SKEET LEAGUE SHOOT OFF RULES
- Each division winning team will shoot a registered score for the overall league championship on the same field.
- Any absent shooters score will be their league average for 25 birds minus 2 birds.
- Each team can pull your own birds, but a club employee or myself will have to keep score.
- Final team score will be their individual gross scores shot on Sun. plus their final league handicap for 25 birds rounded to 2 decimal places.
- Full handicap scores will be used for overall league champion . No maximum handicap.
- In case of a tie for 1st place after the shoot off. We’ll go back on the score sheet to Station 8 and the team with the highest total for that station will win the tiebreaker. If the scores are equal on Station 8, we’ll go to Station 7 and so on until one teams score is highest.
- Tie breakers for Gross Team champion will be “Most team 25’s”, then “Most team 24’s”
- Tie breakers for Gross Individual champion will be “Most 25’s”, then Most 24’s”….
- Tie breakers for Most Straights will be “Most 24’s”, then “Most 23’s”…..
- If a team with a ghost shooter wins their division, the ghost shooter score for the shoot off will be the gross average and handicap average for their division.
The next Hunter’s Education class is coming up in June. Learn more about our program on the Special Training page.
Held at Blue Water Sportsman’s Association
4866 Ravenswood Rd Kimball, MI 48074
Class Dates: June 8 & 9, 2019
9:00 am – 5:00 pm both days
- Students 10 years and under must be accompanied by an adult.
- There is a coarse fee of $10 assessed to attend this class.
- Eye and Ear Protection required both days.
- Bring a Lunch Both Days.
Saturday, May 11, 11:00 am -1:00 pm in the clubhouse
For Alternate Registration
Barry Priestman (810) 388-5055
Office Hours of 9-3 M, W, Th 810-364-9894
When: Saturday, April 27 2019
9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Safety Brief 9:00 am
Open Range 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Match 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm or Done
Where: Blue Water Sportsman’s Association
4866 Ravenswood Road
Kimball, MI 48074
Cost: $30.00 for BWSA Members and $40.00 for Nonmembers Due on Day of Match
Rifles: .45 caliber and smaller. No .338 or 50 caliber
Ammunition: No steel core or armor piercing ammunition.
How it Works: Registration on Practicescore https://practiscore.com/clubs/blue_water_sportsmans_association or at clubhouse 8:30 am April 27, 2019
Targets will be between 100 yards and 620 yards.
Targets will be between 4 and 1 MOA
If you hit your 1st target, you will score 1 point, hit your 2nd target additional point. Keep going if you think you can hit your target for more points.
If you miss any target you go back to 1 point.
Thus “know your limits.”
1 minute prep time
5 minute stage limit
6 Stages – Up to 6 Shots per Stage
Ties will be determined by Shoot Off
Shooter Cap: Match is limited to 36 shooters.
Prizes: To be determined.
The Winter Skeet League fourth 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2019 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The Winter Skeet League third 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2019 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The Winter Skeet League second 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2019 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The Winter Skeet League is well under way and the first 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2019 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The number of teams keeps climbing and with a little luck, we may surpass last year. If you haven’t signed up yet, you still have until January 20th to sign up and get your 1st 100 birds in. If you sign up and miss a round in the 1st 100, your missed scores will be the league average minus 2 birds.
It looks like we’ll have 4 divisions again this year. There’s been an increase in new names and faces so if you’re a new shooter, look me up at the club. I’d like to meet and talk to every shooter. It looks like the Women’s Division and Junior Division has some new shooters also. So don’t put off signing up for the league, even if you’re a single shooter we can get you onto a team. And don’t worry about your scores. All shooters get a handicap and the divisions.
Winter Skeet League begins shooting for scores on Jan. 3rd. Grab your friends and join us. The league is with teams of 3 shooters. If you are a guy shy of 3, we will fill your team. If you’re by yourself, we’ll find you a team.
No excuses, come on out!