Baffle Project and Maintnence Hours Adjusted for Summer
It is getting hot quickly so we are adjusting our Baffle Project and maintenance hours to Start at 7 AM on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays during the summer.
New Start Time is 7AM during the Summer.
HCR&PC Club Members,
From time to time we hear about members who are sick and need our thoughts and prayers. If you or a club member you know needs a boost please let one of the club officers know.
Christian Vento -About 2.5 weeks ago was diagnosied with a inoperable brain tumor. He is in Medical City Rehab.
Ken Keebler - Is home recovering from a bone marrow infection.
Please keep these members in your thoughts and prayers.
Due to medicall challenges I decided to part with some nice rifles I have:
M1 Garand CMP as used a few times in NRA CMP matches+ a bunch of stuff
Uber 45-70 Sharps Rifle
Anscutz Left Hand 1910 22 Olympic
Call Me to discuss
214 498 1145
2100 Minnis Dr, Haltom City, TX 76117
Win, Place, and Show: Local Shooters Win at the Nationals
The National Rifle Association’s Lever Action Silhouette Rifle Championships were held 24-27 July at the Whittington Center in Raton, New Mexico.
Club Members and local North Texas shooters were winners in the three guns competed.
Matches began with Lever Action Silhouette Rifle (.30-30 class rifles with targets at 50, 100, 150, and 200 meters) with Jerry Boydstun of Fort Worth winning Match One, knocking down 39 of 40 targets, also taking High Senior. Preston Gibson of Haltom City took 1st Master scoring 37 targets. Jerry stayed close enough in Match Two to take 3rd Place in the Aggregate, Preston taking 2nd Master, and Kimbal Markwardt of Dallas taking 6th Master.
Day three moved on to Pistol Cartridge Lever Action Silhouette Rifle (straight wall pistol caliber rifles at half scale targets at 40, 50, 75 and 100 meters) where Robert Massey of Benbrook won 1st Master in Match One, tying for overall in Match Two before losing in a shoot-off, ending up with 1st Master in the Aggregate.
Day four was devoted to Smallbore Cowboy Silhouette Rifle (.22Long Rifle at thinner targets at 40, 50, 75 and 100 meters). Jerry Boydstun started Match One off the same as LASR, again knocking down 39 of 40 targets to win the match and High Senior, with Mark Sternglanz of Fort Worth winning Second Overall with a 37. Mark repeated Second Overall in Match Two with a 38 to also claim High Senior, his aggregate score besting all others to win both National and Senior National Championships, Jerry taking Second Place Aggregate.
The three gun Aggregate was won by John Mullins of Arizona, Jerry Boydstun second by two targets after competing 240 shots.
Team awards included Jerry, Kimbal and William Zander of Houston winning the Smallbore Cowboy Silhouette Rifle Team Championship, 2nd Master in PCLASR and Third Place Team in LASR. Mark, Preston and Rod Wooley of Alvord won 2nd Master Class in SCSR.
Mark Sternglanz, right, receiving one of his awards
NRA presenter, Jerry Boydstun, Kimbal Markwardt and William Zander win the Smallbore Cowboy Silhouette Rifle Team Championship