LADIES PRACTICE LEAGUE SCHEDULE
League Starts on Monday, May 10, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. Sign up at 2:30 p.m.
League has ended for the 2021 season
A monthly practice session that meets on the 2nd Monday of each month from May until August.
LET’S GET THE LADIES OUT ONTO THE RANGE!
On the 2nd Monday of each month during the summer season the ladies of the HLSC (members and associate members) are invited to come out to the club’s outdoor range and do some target shooting practice with your personal (or your competition) firearm. It’s a great opportunity to have a regular practice each month, become more proficient and comfortable using your firearm, gain confidence in shooting procedures and techniques, become more familiar with range area procedures and range safety rules.
This is a recreational league for handguns only (no rifles, please) — Semi-Automatics and Revolvers in any caliber. Laser and scope attachments are permitted. Participants can bring more than 1 firearm to use in their practice (league fee is $2.00 per firearm).Each participant supplies their own ammo and can determine how many rounds and magazines they will use in their practice. Each participant brings their own paper targets.
The range will be set up with cardboard stands for targets along with shooting benches. This is not a competition match — there is no timing or scoring done — this is strictly a practice session that lasts from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. on the designated scheduled dates.
During the season we meet at the Outdoor Rifle Range #2 located at 6774 Nestel Road in Houghton Lake and will also utilize the Indoor Range #2 at 2929 Tower Hill Road when needed.
Participants will receive range safety rules before the start of practice. They will learn standard operating procedures on the range, become familiar with proper methods of checking a firearm at the safety table, procedures in holstering or setting up at the shooting bench, learn standard commands at the firing line and learn methods of clearing misfires. Participants will help to set up cardboard and targets on the range stands and will have opportunities to shoot at the steel plates in “the pit” if desired. Everyone will help in all range area duties and maintenance routines (picking up brass, changing targets, etc.)
A Range Safety Officer is present to oversee the activities of the practice to make sure all range safety rules are observed and practiced, offer guidance in firearm handling and provide assistance where needed.
Contact Diane Collins at 989-965-0083 for any questions or for any further information needed.
Our First Practice Session — June 12th 2017