Meet at the range at 11 am (or whenever you can get there.) We will break for a pot luck lunch and short meeting around 1 pm. Bring your favorite picnic items to share. We will work on the range, getting it ready for silhouette and our other upcoming events.
After we work on the range, it will be open for any of the workers who would like to shoot. Anyone who works on the range can shoot for free.
Immediately following our work day and lunch (approximately 2 pm) we will be holding a “stop the bleed” first aid class in the clubhouse. All RSOs are strongly encouraged to attend. This class is open to all members and guests free of charge, however the instructor is asking for a small donation to “Soldier’s Angels” which is a non-profit similar to Wounded Warriors. This class is not a certified Red Cross class and is for informational purposes only.
All current RSOs will receive a trauma kit free of charge. Anyone else who is interested can purchase one at our cost.
noon to 4 p.m. – weather permitting—over 40 degrees and not raining or snow on the ground.
March 1, March 15, March 29
April 5, April 19
Sundays, March 1, April 5 noon-5 pm
The range will be open weather permitting (over 40 degrees and not raining)
Tuesday Open Range
The range is open every Tuesday, Noon – 4 p.m. weather permitting—over 45 degrees and not raining. If in doubt, call 859-866-2592.
Wednesday Open Range
The range will be open on March 11, March 25, April 8 & April 22 from 11 am-4 pm, weather permitting—over 45 degrees and not raining.
Monday Open Range
The range will be open on March 16, April 6 and April 20 from 4-dark Weather permitting, over 45 degrees and not raining.
The cost is $1.00 for members and $5.00 for non-members. Eye and ear protection is required.
Thursday Night Trap Shoots --weather permitting over 32 degrees and not raining
March 12 & 26, April 9 & 23
Prices for trap are $8.00 for members, $6.00 for spouse or associate member and $10.00 for non-members. Come out and join us on Thursday evening. Eye and ear protection is required.
March 15 & April 19 Noon-5 pm
$10 NKSSA members/$15 non-members
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March 28 & April 25 from 9-12.
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Steel Challenge 2:
March 21 & April 18, 9 am – 2 pm
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March 7 & April 4, 9am-2pm.
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Try out some Practical Practice.... Our Steel Challenge/IDPA practices will be on Wednesdays:
March 11 and April 8, 6-dark..
Sundays: March 29 & April 26
Saturday: April 11
Cost $4 per entry
Saturdays: March 28 & April 25
Friday, April 10 noon-4 pm
Cost $3 for members/$5 for non-NKSSA Members
Weather permitting—over 45 degrees and not raining
We have all of the IHMSA Sanctioned classes as well as classes for Cowboy Rifle and .22 Rifle.
Saturday, March 14 9-noon
for more info.
August 22 & 23: Hunter Education Class. Pre-registration required. Contact Robert Lamb for more info.
Our 22nd Annual Ladies day will be held on Sunday, May 31, starting with lunch at 1 p.m. After lunch we will have the range open for trap, rifle, pistol and muzzleloading for the ladies only.
We will have qualified instructors at each event. We will provide up to 50 shotgun shells for each lady preregistered. If they would like to shoot more, they may bring their own shells for purchase from us at our cost.
Best of all the cost is FREE. Invite your family, friends and neighbors.
This event will be limited to 50 ladies and Pre-registration is required by May25!
Ladies Day Bucket Raffle
This year we will have a “bucket” raffle at our ladies day event. Tickets will be $1 each, 6 for $5 for 20 for $10. You will be able to put your tickets in whichever “bucket” is designated for the prize you want to win. This will help defray some of our expenses.
Ladies Day Bucket Raffle items
If you have something that you would like to donate, please bring it to ladies day or contact 859-240-9057.
Ladies Day Helpers are needed. If you can help out at the trap or rifle and pistol range, please contact Penny as soon as possible. You do not have to be a certified instructor to help out.
We will be sending up to 5 children to conservation camp. The child must be a child or grandchild of a member. Camp is open to all Kentucky students who are in grades 4-6 and NOT older than 13.
Campers are transported to camp by bus on Monday morning and return home on Friday afternoon. Campers are picked up Monday and dropped off Friday at a predetermined location in their home or adjacent county. Transportation is arranged by KDFWR personnel through local school districts or by charter bus service. The camp fee includes transportation costs.
For more info about the camp: www.fw.ky.gov.
To nominate a child, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 859-240-9057. Deadline is March 8.
The following businesses generously contributed materials or equipment for our range improvement projects or items for our ladies day raffle.
Please support our sponsors!!
Art’s Rental Equipment
Dry Ridge 859-823-2787
Archie Coldiron Excavating
JJ Parker 859-466-0456
Gold Star Chili--Crittenden
Crittenden Auto Mart
Bobby Shell 859-428-0111
KOI Auto Parts--Crittenden
Marshall Dry Ridge Polaris
La Rosa’s Dry Ridge
Pistol Annie’s Nail Salon
OB Nails—Dry Ridge
Walmart Dry Ridge
Cracker Barrel, Dry Ridge
Modern Nails, Crittenden
The Avon Shoppe—Dry Ridge
Skyline Chili, Dry Ridge
Sweet Serenity Massage & Salt Therapy
Total Care Pharmacy—Crittenden
Great Clips—Dry Ridge
A Hodge Towing & Recovery
Quick Cash Pawn Shop--Florence
Grant County Drugs