Range Officer Update

Time for the annual range officer updates. Two meetings are scheduled for February. If you are a range officer, please make sure to attend one of the two mandatory range officer meetings.

Monday February 13th at 6:30pm in the classroom by the clubhouse

Saturday February 18th at 8:00am in the classroom by the clubhouse

New Range Officer Class is scheduled for Monday March 20th at 6:30pm at the club house

Sniper prone and mini palma practice Feb 26th.

The High Power Rifle discipline will be once again holding some “Sniper” all prone matches and also adding some small bore (22 caliber rim fire) matches in 2017.

We will have a  sniper and mini palma practice immediately following the high power match Sunday Feb 26th. Arrive at the high power range about 11 am. Leave your firearms in your vehicle until we go through our safety meeting and sign in. We will sign in at the high power range. Range fee is $5 for shooters that fired the high power match and $10 for everyone else. This pays for range fees and target costs. Bring at least 50 rds of ammo or more if you have it. We will practice for a few hours and you can shoot as much as time permits. This will give you a chance to see what we will be doing, get familiar with match procedures and get good zeros. We have a few mats and spotting scopes but if you have a piece of carpet, blanket or anything to lay on bring it. If your rifle is not equipped with a scope that will allow you to see bullet holes at 100 yards bring a spotting scope if you have one since we only have 3 or 4. We will spot for you if need be. Email me if you will participate so I can prepare enough targets.

Sniper matches will be at 100 yards, all prone or whatever position chosen using slings,  bipods, rests, a log, dead horse, etc. or a combination. Please do not use a real dead horse. That was a fun example to make the point that any support that may be available for a sniper is OK.  Scoped rifles will be needed since some of the targets are reduced to resemble a 1600 yard shot at a bad “object”. The targets will have + points for good hits and – score points for shooting the good “object”. Example below.

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Flatlanders February monthly match results

The February gunfight consisted of nine gunslingers. A lot of cheer and sharing of laughs and friendships.  A  great deal of improvement is being shown by our newer gunfighters. The spread between times and hit ratios is getting tighter and tighter. The closer the time-spread, the better the gunfights get, and we are getting into some VERY tight gun battles. Severel rounds were decided with shot spreads of under .005th of a second, and two of those were .001th. One round was a dead even tie in the low fives.

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WOW – Women Of WAC


Wednesday February 08,   6-8pm


CPR Class given by the Alan Shedler, recently retired from Pinellas Park Fire, now has joined St. Pete Fire. Cost $16.00 Per Person. When was the last time you took CPR? Time to renew? Many things have changed. Interested in updating your skills?

 Wednesday March 08,   6-8pm

Fun Shoot – Public Line Range

Time to practice, have some fun. Never shot a gun before? Interested in purchasing a new gun but not sure what’s right for you? Don’t miss our Fun Shoot! Semi-automatic & revolvers, small caliber to large caliber. Find out what you’re comfortable with. Remember your eye & ear protection. Proper dress attire please.

$3.00 Club Members, Non Members $10.00

Wednesday April 12,   6-8pm

Wine Making Demonstration – Given By: Rick Clemens

Rick will be demonstrating 2 processes of Wine Making from kits.

1st Stage – Start a new batch

2nd Stage – Going from the fermentation stage into the clearing stage

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 cell 727-422-0061.

Super Shotgun Match March 4 2017

Wyoming Antelope Club

Florida Chapter


The Super Shotgun Match

Saturday, march 4th, 2017


Open 12/23/16                      Close 2/16/17

Registration at 7:30


Shooting Starts at 8:30

Nine stages with approximate round count of 165

Slugs, Buckshot and Birdshot

Match fee of $70.00

Match sign up at matchsignup.org

Range Location: 3700 126 Avenue North, Clearwater, Florida

Match Director: Bob Seyler grummanbd@msn.com (727)480-4077

Range Master: Adriaan Dommissee arcat@tampabay.rr.com (727)-251-4964

Follows USPSA rules for Shotgun

Lunch & T-Shirt included

prize table and awards following match

2016 Last Chance Limited Match

2016 was a great year at the WAC, and 86 shooters ended it with a  bang at the Last Chance USPSA Limited Match. 7 stages were put together in the back bays with names like Going Out With a BOOM and Fight Till the Last Gasp. Stage 1 was particularly interesting as the start position was holding a shot gun with the choice to shoot a popper or barrel it. The person who was closest to 50% of the stage high score without going over won the shot gun.

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Special Day January 2nd

With many people having January 2nd off, the Wyoming Antelope Club will host a special Monday Public line opening from 9am – 1pm.  This day will be open to the public and members. Range officers, if you have time, sign up using the regular online scheduler. We have room for four Range Officers

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