SaraSpa’s rimfire rifle program stresses safe, low key events aimed at providing an opportunity for shooters at all levels to improve their marksmanship skills and track their progress over time. In the past, the program has included Friday Fun Shoots, a CMP Rimfire Sporter practice, a .22 bench rest match, Rimfire F-Class matches, and Project Appleseed.
Friday Fun Shoots
SaraSpa runs 22 caliber rimfire rifle fun shoots every other Friday evenings (5-8PM) during the warm weather months. Food and beverages are provided after the shoot. Check link below for specific shoot dates.
$4.00 Kids and $5.00 adults
CMP Rimfire Sporter Practice Match
September 8, 2018
Rimfire Bench Rest
A link to the event flyer will be posted on the home page when it is available
Once again this year, there will be a .22 LR rimfire class at the SaraSpa F-class prone shoots. This class is open to all .22 LR rimfire rifles, scoped or iron sights. Bring what you have. We will be shooting from the prone position. Exceptions will be made to allow for shooting from benches for those who are physically unable to shoot from prone. A bi-pod, rear bag and all optics are allowed. This is a chance to shoot that varmint or tactical rifle that you might have. We will focus on improving your skills out to 100 yards. .
We will be shooting at an NRA 600 yard target reduced for 100 yards or similar target. The course of fire will consist of unlimited sighting shots in fifteen minutes and 20 shots for record in 20 minutes. For shooters who need to establish a good 100 yard zero, extra time will be allowed.
Start time begins with safety briefing and explanation of the course of fire and a review of the range commands we will be using in the session.
To sign-up for one of the 18 positions contact Gerry
Phone: 518-376-8248 or E-mail: HPGerry@nycap.rr.com
Click here to download the 2018 event flyer
SaraSpa has a long tradition of hosting Project Appleseed. Project Appleseed combines high quality marksmanship training with a fascinating telling of the true story of the shot heard ‘round the world at Lexington and the following battles there and at Concord. For additional information visit the Project Appleseed web site at http://appleseedinfo.org
October 20 & 21 Click here for details