Club News & Announcements
Be a Range Safety Officer
Posted September 26, 2015
We are looking for Club members, who would like to become Range Safety Officers.
Contact Larry Scott at the Rifle/Pistol Range on Wednesday afternoons or via email at:
Chief Range Safety Officer
Operating Permit Issued
Posted September 5, 2015
I was notified today by Larry Keeton, director of Kitsap County Department of Community Development that our application and inspection were complete and our operating permit was issued.
The Inspection Report, The Permit and Mr. Keeton's letter are available on our website in our Government Relations Section.
To all of you that offered time, energy, advice, and patience I sincerely thank you.
Poulsbo Sportsman Club
Hunter’s Sight-In Days
Posted September 2, 2015
Hunter’s sight-in days will start on Sunday, October 4 and run through Saturday, October 10.
• 100 & 200 yard ranges
• Free sighter target
• Range officers on duty to help if you need it.
• $15 range fee
Further details are provided in the attached flier.
Posted August 27, 2015
Don’t let anybody tell you that nothing interesting ever happens at a gun club. We are right in the first stages of a major project that we are now ready to get up and running, the process to repair and maintain the 200 and 100-yard firing lines and to significantly improve the 50. We saved our money and raised our dues so we could do the job
right and also to make sure we got the most bang for the buck, to conform to the new county range ordinance. So we signed the contract for the engineered plans and there’s that ‘interesting’ thing I mentioned.
At the county commissioner’s meeting on the 10th of this month there was a comment and exchange that made me and a few of you, sit up and take notice. I don’t attend the meetings with any regularity but I try to catch the TV version available a day or so later, just in case. You may have seen the Kitsap Sun Article which was about KRRC’s legal battle but it also mentions this exchange. If you’re interested the comments are made at about 01:38 into the meeting, but the gist of it is that Commissioner Wolfe and Marcus Carter very briefly, and informally, mentioned something about ‘talks’ and also hoped for ‘compromise’ in getting KRRC reopened. [Read more]