WHEN: October 7, 2023
COST: $50.00 Members
$55.00 Non Members
Includes: Breakfast, Lunch & Trophies
SCHEDULE of EVENTS
8:30 AM Breakfast & Registration
9:00 AM National Anthem
9:30 AM Competitors Meeting ( Trap Clubhouse)
10:00 AM Targets in the Air
Due to location of the sun on #2 Skeet Field the starting times has been pushed back an hour in fairness to the early squads.
COURSE OF FIRE
25 16yd Trap
25 23 yd Trap
25 Skeet Targets
Perfect score – 100
Pre-registration is required due to the high turnout expected. This event usually sells out.
Contact: Charlie Wentzel at (513) 574-8315 or email him at email@example.com to register.
FSA’s Chief Instructor Doug Taylor and his staff will offer an Ohio Concealed Carry/Constitutional Carry Class September 20 and 23, 2023. If you’re carrying without a permit, you’re required to follow all the rules that licensed carriers must follow. If you want to carry outside Ohio, you must have a license. In either case, you’ll want to know the rules.
Contact Chief Instructor Doug Taylor for more information or to get registered. Training@fairfieldsportsmen.com.
Advanced Concealed Carry Training
We are proud to announce that we have invited local instructor Bob Jewell to teach his NEXT
LEVEL Self-defense Handgun class at Fairfield Sportsmen’s Association on July 21/22.
The class will start off in the classroom on Friday, July 21 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM and finish
on the range on Saturday, July 22 from 9:00 – Noon. The class is limited to the first ten
(10) participants who register and pay. You must have a valid Ohio Concealed Handgun
License to attend this class.
This class picks up where your state-required concealed carry class left off and focuses on
improving your ability to avoid a violent encounter, survive a violent encounter with your
handgun, and deal with the legal aftermath of a violent encounter. Participants will learn:
- How to identify and avoid a potentially violent threat
- How to develop rules of engagement for inside and outside the home
- Legal issues associated with using your handgun in self-defense
- What to say to law enforcement if you have had to use your handgun
- What non-lethal gear you should carry if you’re carrying a handgun
- How to draw your handgun from concealment and place accurate shots
Cost: $165 per participant, payable in advance of the class.
Equipment Requirements (What to Bring):
- The handgun (revolver or semi-auto) that you regularly carry with at least 2
magazines or speed loaders/strips for revolvers
- A stiff leather or Kydex holster that can be mounted on your belt (no retention-device,
pocket, bra, or purse holsters will be allowed for this class).
- At least one spare magazine pouch that can be mounted on your belt
- 100 rounds of full metal jacket ammunition (range ammo)
- Sturdy gun belt
- Concealment garment typical of the type you routinely use to conceal your handgun
- Comfortable everyday clothes/shoes (no military/tactical/ninja gear unless that’s what
you wear everyday)
- Safety glasses and hearing protection
Instructor: Bob Jewell is a Rangemaster Advanced and NRA Certified Instructor, a graduate
of the Law of Self Defense Instructor Program, as well as an accomplished tactical shooter.
He annually participates in firearms, legal, medical, and personal defense training from top
national instructors such as Tom Givens, Dave Spaulding, and Craig Douglas.
Registration: To register, contact Bob Jewell and mail a check or make an online payment
via Venmo (www.venmo.com/Robert-Jewell-25). Payments must be received no later than
30 days prior to the class.
7491 Sussex Drive
West Chester, OH 45069
There is a large number of new items listed for sale at the FSA Online Swap Meet, as a result of an estate sale on behalf of a deceased club member. Log in to the Members section and check it out.
Fairfield Sportsmens Smallbore
2023 Match Schedule
All matches begin @ 6:00 P.M. Mondays unless a special time is listed
on the scheduled day of the match. Set-up & sign-in start @ 5:00 P.M.
Note special time on Memorial Day, July 4 & Labor Day
April 10 50 yds right pistol range practice & instruction (new shooters incl.)
April 17 50 yds right side pistol range practice & instruction (new shooters incl.)
April 24 50 yds right side pistol range practice & instruction (new shooters incl.)
May 1 50 yds right side pistol range practice & instruction (new shooters incl.)
May 8 Prone 100 yds rifle range practice
(see note 100 yd requirement at end of schedule)
May 15 50 yds prone 50 yds. right side pistol range
May 22 50 yds 4-Position, or all prone, pistol range
May 29 Memorial Day Start 9:00 AM
June 5 50 yds prone right side pistol range
June 12 50 yds 4-position right side pistol range or prone
June 19 50 yds. 4-position right side pistol range or prone
June 26 50 yds 4-position right side pistol range or prone
July 3 50 yds 4-position right side pistol range or prone
(Note: Possible change to 0900 hrs due to Tues July 4th Holiday)
July 10 100 yds prone rifle range (see note 100 yd requirement)
July 17 50 yds prone right side pistol range
July 24 50 yds 4-position right side pistol range or prone
July 31 100 yds. prone rifle range (see note 100 yd requirement)
Aug 7 50 yds prone right side pistol range
Aug 14 50 yds 4-position or prone right side pistol range
Aug 21 100 yds rifle range (see note 100 yd requirement)
Aug 28 50 yds prone right side of pistol range
Sept 4 Labor Day 100 yds prone rifle range start 0900 hrs
Sept 11 50 yds 4-position or prone right side pistol range ; last match)
Note: 100 yd requirement. Any shooter that participates at 100yds. must first
demonstrate the ability to keep all rounds within the “black scoring rings”
at the 50 yard range in the prone position and have the approval of the match
director or qualify at the May 9 practice session on the rifle range at 100
yards. The only alternative to the above is to have a valid NRA small bore or
high power rifle qualification card to present to the match director prior to
their first 100 yard match. Bench shooters cannot participate in the 100 yard
matches due to safety requirements as you will be forward of “the Wall “
on prone firing line.
Regardless all rounds are to impact in the berms behind the targets on any
range. Anyone that cannot maintain rounds impacting in the berm area
will be required to leave the range immediately and prohibited from
further FSA smallbore competition. Match directors are to report rounds
out of the berm area to the RSO and the name of the competitor. This
applies even to a single round.
There are no exceptions to the above due to range safety requirements.
If you wish a small bore NRA classification in both disciplines of prone and
4- position you must fire the minimum number of rounds in each category to
receive a classification in each category.
See NRA small bore rule book for requirement for minimum rounds required.