The Second Annual Clinic, conducted in March 2017, was a great success.  Several attendees “qualified” to shoot on the Bullseye Range, demonstrating an ability to keep all of their shots in the scoring rings, including Russ Pritchard, Jim McCready, Keith Arndt, Pat Damico, and Maria Damico.  Pat was a “ringer,” having had an NRA Bullseye classification since the 1970’s, but had not recently participated in bullseye activities at WAC.

Some of the action pistol shooters attending the clinic were overheard to say, “This is great stuff!  How come we never heard this before?” (Presumably referring to “trigger control”).

The third Clinic will be conducted on March 24, 2018.  It will meet in the classroom (Classroom South, behind the clubhouse) from 9:00 a.m. to noon.  Then dry firing and live firing will be conducted on the Multipurpose Range until 4:00 p.m.  There is no cost to participants.  We will be shooting only .22 caliber pistols (to make it quieter and easier to control recoil).

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Member Login Page

We have made a slight change to the website concerning the membership profile page and RO schedule. At the top right, you will see a link to the membership login page. This allows members to ensure we have the correct demographic information such as email, mailing address and phone. Range Officers can also login to this link to see the RO Schedule.

March 4th Cowboy Fast Draw Annual Match

The Flatlanders Shootist Society will be hosting the fourth anniversary match Sunday, March fourth.

Awards for the seven top competitors in the Magnificent Seven Shoot-off, and the top lady competitor.

Seven elimination rounds with a no-X-out format, and  X-count ties broken by the gunfighters fastest time in the final round of elimination.

Sigh-in will be from 9 am to 9:30. Safety meeting at 9:45. Gunfights start as soon as rounds are drawn.

Entry fee is $15 per shooter and $5 additional for the awards luncheon of pulled pork sandwiches, homemade potato salad, coleslaw and beans. Which will take place in the club house following the match.


Hunters Braggin’ Meeting

Hunters Braggin’ Meeting

7:00pm Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Come out and join us for our first meetingof the year. This is the meeting where we share the past hunting season with our fellow hunters. Bring your tales long or short, good or bad, happy or sad. We will be there to rejoice in your harvest or to give you a tissue and a shoulder to cry on. Bring your pictures, mounts, hides or the memories of the one that got away. We will have a great dinner to enjoy. To help us with food preparation please RSVP to                          Rick7275352153                                                                                               Gerald7277343467                                                                                        Someone will be braggin’ that                                                                            Will be a surprise to most.  

USPSA level 1 RO Class 3-4 Feb 2018

Please complete the attached and get it back to me: I don’t need it signed yet if you just want to fill in the blanks and email it back (rename w/ your name before you save it).

What: NROI Level 1 RO class

When: Sat 3 Feb-Sun 4 Feb (time TBD, but plan all day Saturday, half day Sunday)

Where: Wyoming Antelope Club SOUTH Classroom & Action Bays

Who: Instructor is Troy McManus

How Much: $20 for WAC members, $40 for Non-members NROI SEMINAR L1 APPLICATION wac

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Wednesday January 10,   6-8pm

Fun Shoot – Public Line Range

Christmas good to you? Time to practice, bring your own gun & ammo, 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 February 21,   6-8pm

Defensive Pistol – IDPA International Defensive Pistol Association

Our club participates in this shooting sport that simulates self-defensive scenarios and real life encounters. The main goal is to test the skill and ability of an individual using common service pistols aka; your carry weapon. Frank Gaughen will instruct us ladies on this discipline. Meet at the clubhouse. Bring your personal carry pistol (UNLOADED) and a box of ammo. Ears & Eyes!!! We’ll give it a try!

$5.00 Members $10.00 Non Members

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.

Flatlanders show their skills at the Cracker Cowboys third annual match in Bunnell, Florida

The trek to Bunnell paid off with the collection of the top loot by three gunfighters from the Flatlanders Shootist Society. The first place was taken by Hafta B.Fast, second place by Yusta B. Fast, and that sneaky gunfighter we call Seminole Slim, slippped in there to snag the loot for third place. Something must be going right in that Flatlanders camp !

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