30 Cal Rifle (including AR all cal)
We offer a High Power Military shoot on our 200yd range equipped with elevated carrier target butts.
COURSE OF FIRE:
- National Match Course, modified for 100 yards
- Stage #1: 10 rounds Slow Fire Offhand, 100 yds; 12 minutes with two sighter shots, SR1 target
- Stage #2 : 10 rounds Rapid Fire Sitting, 100 yds; 60 sec/string, 2 sighter shots, SR1 target
- Stage #3: 10 rounds Rapid Fire Prone, 100 yds, 70 sec/string; SR21 target, 2 sighter shots in two minutes
- Stage #4: 20 rounds Slow Fire Prone, 100 yds; 22 minutes with 2 sighter shots; MR31 target
- Each stage has a 3 minute preparation period
Shoots: Second Sunday of months February – November
- 8:30am set up, finish approx. 2pm
- Shoots continue and are held each 2nd Sunday (May holiday exception; shoots are held 1st Sunday)
- $10.00 fee per relay. You MUST be a club member to use club ammo (add $35 if you use club ammo.)
- Open to members and non-members (bring own ammo – we cannot legally sell ammo to non-members)
- Any military rifle, including AR (all cal.)
This program is geared toward our junior shooters to teach them the fundamentals of shooting in a supervised, safe, atmosphere. 22 caliber rifles are used.
- Begins 3rd Saturday of January and continues every Saturday through the end of March
- 8:00am – 11:30am
- Equipment needed to attend: Eye and Ear protection
- Fee is $30 for the season (ages 12-19)
- Open to members and non-members
MJSA Air Gun Program
Our Air Gun Program begins in January and is open to the public. Adults and children (age 9 and older) are welcome!
Air rifle shoots are conducted with .177 CAL pellets. Club rifles are available if you do not have a match quality air rifle. Rifles must have iron sights only, and should be adjustable
Junior Program –age 9 and older. (18 and older can shoot on the adult team)
- Saturdays 9am: Jan 12 & 26, Feb 9 & 23, Mar 19 & 23, Apr 6 & 20
- Juniors receive an orientation on their first day
- Parents are encouraged to stay and help
- A onetime fee of $10.00 covers ammo and targets
- Saturdays 9am: Jan 5 & 19, Feb 2 & 16, Mar 7 & 16 & 30, Apr 13
- A onetime fee of $20.00 covers targets only. Adults must supply their own ammo
- For more information, call Lawrence Carey 717-341-9814
Outdoor 3D Archery
30 challenging targets in a wooded course –and two elevated platforms! FIELD POINTS ONLY! No broadheads
- Saturdays and Sundays: April 13-14, May 18-19, June 8-9, July 13-14 & 27-28, Aug 10-11& 24-25, Sept 7-8
- Registration & time of shoots: Saturday 7:00am- 12:00pm, Sunday 7:00am – 2:00pm
- Adults: $10.00, Ages 12 to 16: $5.00`, 11 and under Free
- 3 shooting positions: Youth, Hunter, and Advanced
- Food available
For more information, call Walt 717-944-7078
We have 2 teams that shoot out of our club: Mount Joy and Red Rose. Both of which are affiliated with the William Penn Pistol League.
Ten Pistol Clubs are affiliated with the league.
- AMP – Carlisle
- Hummelstown – Middletown
- Mount Joy – Palmyra
- Red Rose – State
- West Shore – York-Adams
The league season begins during the month of September and finishes in April of the succeeding year.
Matches are held every Wednesday night starting at 7:00pm. Cost is $5.00
Mount Joy practices on Sundays at 1:00pm. Red Rose practices Fridays at 7:00pm
To get started in the challenging sport of Bullseye Pistol Shooting you will need a semiautomatic pistol or revolver in .22 caliber (a pistol made specifically for target shooting is not required but you will eventually move in that direction if you find the sport enjoyable), two ammo clips, dot scope (optional), gun box with spotting scope (optional), timer (optional), standard velocity .22 caliber ammo, shooter’s glasses, earplugs and/or muffs, targets, and some pistol cleaning supplies. If you are a new shooter talk to a team captain, and members of a club before you purchase any gear as they will be able to guide your purchases.
Once you’ve got the right pistol and ammo combination, all you need are steady nerves, a disciplined trigger finger, and a rock-solid hold to compete in this challenging sport. Practice will also help to enhance your score. Shooting is done offhand which means only one handed with no support and standing. We are always looking for new team members and we have many families that shoot in the league. Once you learn how to shoot bullseye you will have mastered one of the basic lessons in the shooting sports and you can use this lesson in all other shooting competitions.
The course of fire is 20 shots slow fire (2-ten shot relays each in ten minutes), 20 shots timed fire (4-5 shot relays of 20 seconds each) and 20 shots rapid fire (4-5 shot relays of 10 seconds each). Each shot is worth 10 points and a total possible score is 600. Targets are NRA approved or their equivalent for 50 foot indoor matches. The top five shooters from each team are considered the gold team for the evening and the match is decided by their aggregate score (2 points) and aggregates for slow fire (1 point), timed fire (1 point) and rapid fire (1 point) for a possible 5 points for the evening. The next highest five shooters are considered the blue team and their points for the evening are scored the same. These scores are accumulated over 27 matches to determine the best Gold and Blue club teams for the season.
For information contact:
Mount Joy Capt, Jim Miller: firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Rose Capt, Paul Castellano: email@example.com
Come on out and share in the fun!
We offer trap shooting to both members and non-members. So bring your favorite shotgun and knock down some clay-birds
- Trap shoots are Tuesday evenings (weather permitting) April through October
- We start at 6pm and continue until we are tired (we have outdoor lighting!)
- Cost is $4.00 per relay of 25 birds
For more information, call Claude Steinmetz: 717-951-2171