It’s no secret that the internet has changed how we buy things, from books and music to food and commodities. Nowhere is this more true than in firearm sales. I remember buying guns back in the mid 90s, when I was old enough to buy a long gun on my own and would make the trek to the local gun store (or Walmart!), pick out the one I wanted and would have something fun to go shoot with. There was very little store to store comparison, no internet full of fan boys and armchair snipers with videos talking about the pros and cons of each platform or pricing engines that ensured you always found the best deal. Along with it, I had never heard of an FFL transfer until I had to do one in the early 2000s from a little known company I found on the internet named Bud’s. Continue reading
Its been a long time coming but its finally here. Online scheduling for the public line is now exclusively online. On the top menu if the website is a menu item “Range Officer Schedule” where you can review the schedule and sign up for duties. The system will email you 2 days prior to your schedule to remind you of your duty. Remember, once you schedule a duty it is up to you to show up or find a replacement. If you must cancel you will have to go through Mike Smith. If you have questions, email email@example.com
I know we have a lot of members with IT backgrounds. I am looking for more input and content to the website. The platform is WordPress so it should be familiar to most. What we need is content form the different disciplines. If you have interest in helping your discipline participate in the WAC website, please email me . firstname.lastname@example.org
Free hotdogs and hamburgers from 1100 AM until 2 PM
Public Line Open from 0900 to 1 PM. Members pay three dollars all other guests shoot for $20; no discount coupons but all active duty military shoot for free with proper ID.
Come celebrate your liberty!
WOMEN OF WAC UPCOMING EVENTS
Wednesday July 9 6-9pm
It’s been two years since our last Certification. Time to re-up. Mr. Alan from the Pinellas Fire Department will be instructing & certifying us on CPR. There will be a $15.00 charge for this course. Never been certified? No problem, beginners are welcome.
Wednesday August 13 6-8pm
Survival Basics I & II – How does a woman survive in the outdoors.
Wednesday September 10 6-8pm
“Dove” Chocolate Party
Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate, Chocolate Chocolate, Nuts, Cookies, Drink Mixes, BBQ Sauce, Salad Dressings, Dipping Yummy Chocolate. Do you like chocolate? Don’t miss this one.
Wednesday October 8 6-8pm
Quilting – Sharon Rose will instruct us on quilting. We will be making Log Cabin Pot Holders. No this is not a pot holder with a picture of a cabin on it. Quilting will be done by hand. All materials will be provided.
Ladies, we do “Pot Luck” dinner at our get-to-gethers. If you can bring something, we appreciate it, no worries if you can’t. Life & Work gets in the way sometimes and we ALWAYS have enough!!
For more information, please call Debbie Gaylard cell 727-422-0061.
April 14th 2014 Covington GA – Wyoming Antelope Club Juniors have claimed more wins at the USPSA Area 6 Championship. The southern seven states competed in a regional championship at South River Gun Club in Covington Georgia. 400 competitors in all and our Juniors took home the wood. Evan Gerlipp (shown in pic) won 1st C Class in Limited Division while Seth Clagg won 3rd overall and High Junior in Production.
Thank you to the WAC for giving these juniors opportunity and the skills to meet their goal in the upcoming World Shoot in October. Without the support of the WAC and its members these opportunities would not happen.
WAC junior shooter, Seth Clagg, recently competed in the US National Steel Championships in Titusville, FL. Seth won high junior in the rimfire match with a time of 81.81 seconds (9th place overall in all divisions out of 86) and won high junior in the centerfire match with a time of 106.20 seconds (26th place overall in all divisions out of 172). Seth is pictured with Chet Whistle who donated a Sig Sauer 1911-22 to the high rimfire junior.
The International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts. ICORE serves the international community to promote action shooting competition with revolvers. WAC is now holding ICORE matches on the 3rd Sunday of the month in the Action Bays. If you have a revolver, take a look at ICORE.ORG and then come out to the WAC ICORE match.
Two juniors from the WAC have worked very hard over the past 3 years. So hard that they made it to the USPSA World Shoot Team. Jason Katz and Seth Clagg will be competing in the Production Division of IPSC’s biggest match. This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity for them both. With tremendous support from the Wyoming Antelope Club and several of the local competitors individual donations, these two have a good chance of winning at the biggest IPSC tournament in the world.
Also on the World Shoot Teams from the WAC is Keith Dilworth. Keith has been at the WAC for many years competing in Action Pistol, shotgun and multigun disciplines. As well Keith helped train Seth & Jason on their way to this elite status. It’s not easy getting to the World Shoot Team and the WAC has three of the top shooters in the USA.
As many people know the World Shoot XVII will be held this year in Florida at the Universal Shooting Academy. World Shoot is only held once every three years and is in a different country each time. This is such an opportunity for all of us to see the absolute top competitors from each country stretch it out over 30 stages. Make your plans early to visit Frostproof FL in October. More information is athttp://universalshootingacademy.com