It's that time of year for Hunter Safety so here are the links for Washington and Oregon.
Welcome to the East End Rod and Gun Club
The East End Rod and Gun Club was started in July 16, 1947. Started by Harold Otto (pres.), Geo Heller (vp), and Vic Nyrgren (sec/tres). The object was the promotion of the conservation of our natural resources, hunter safety education, the relations between sportsmen and landowner, and shooting sports among the citizens of our community.
The Dry Gulch Desperados were formed several years back when GD Rimrock, Diamond Deb, Shalako Tucker & Pinto Annie discovered the East End Rod & Gun Club and the ability to practice Cowboy Action Shooting (see SASSNet.com) a little closer to home.
We shoot on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 9:00. The shoot fee, for 5 stand, is $5.00 per round (25 birds) and $10.00 per round for non-members. We will also be shooting mid-week starting in the spring continuing through fall, check out the calendar for exact dates.
22 Silhouette is great fun for any member family member. This event will test your shooting skills with a group of metal cutouts representing game animals at varying distances. Targets used are rams, turkeys, pigs, and chickens.
I’ve taken the ‘Women on Target’ course and highly recommend it for females of any age. It certainly instilled some confidence in me, handling firearms. The instructors are knowledgeable, kind and patient. The course is informative, it’s fun and it’s empowering. If you have the opportunity, take the course
-- Lachelle J