Pistol Safety Course Schenectady County

This is a well-established basic pistol safety course now under new managements

Classes are held from 6-9:30 PM at the Guan-Ho-Ha- Fish & Game Club.

NRA standards are utilized and instruction is by NRS Certified Instructors

For information or to register please call Al Miller at 424-6996 or by e-mail at akmiller@outdrs.net

$30.00 check or money order payable to Guan-Ho-Ha Fish and Game Cub
Please send to:
A.K. Miller
1031 Sacandaga Road
Scotia, NY 12302

An additional fee of $20.00 will be collected on the first night of class to cover the text book, hand-outs, CO2 cartridges, pellets, and all other materials required for the class.

Course focus is on the fundamentals of safe firearm ownership, storage and use. Subjects discussed: firearm laws, firearm description and operation, ammunition basics and selection, safe storage practices, care and cleaning, a detailed loading and unloading demonstration and range exercise utilizing C02 powered pellet guns

Jan. -May. -Sept. 9, 16
Feb. -June. -Oct. 7, 14
Mar. -July. -Nov. 11 & 18
Apr. -Aug. 5 & 12Dec. 2, 9
Indoor Range Rules
2014 Thursday Night Shoot

Members only and their immediate Families Men, Women, Supervised Youths (12 yo and up)

.22 rifle and all pistol calibers
(no magnum loads please)
$2.00 /40 shot round

Jan. 2nd thru March 27th, 2014
(10 weeks, no shooting on monthly meeting nights)

  • No advance sign-up required
  • Starts @ 7pm
  • Shoot 1 night or all 10
  • Prizes awarded randomly each week.
For info contact Pat Aragosa at 374-4803
Pistol Safety Course Saratoga County

The course will be presented in TWO sessions 4 hrs. each. The FIRST session each month will be at the Cornell Coop. Ext. auditorium located at 50W. High St. (Rt. 67) Ballston Spa from 6:00PM to 10:00PM. The SECOND session each month will be at the Galway Fish & Game Club from 8:00 AM to 12:00 NOON. The club is located on Rte. 29, one mile west of the intersection of Rt. 29 and Rt. 147. (across the street from the C&R restaurant) Schedule is as follows for 2013

NOV. 13 & 16
DEC. 11 & 14

Book, handouts, pellets, CO2 cartridges, and targets will be provided. COST of course will be $50.00 and must be received 15 days before your scheduled class. Checks or money orders must be made out to: FIREARM SAFETY CLASS - SARATOGA

Mail to: FIREARM SAFETY CLASS - SARATOGA PO BOX 222 BURNT HILLS, NY 12027

Anyone who cannot attend the class after registering, must notify us 48 hrs. before the class so we can replace you. Anyone who does not notify us will lose their deposit. CALL 882-5626 TO REGISTER FOR THE CLASS

4H Youth Shooting Team is starting at the Guan Ho Ha
For children ages 11 - 18
June 3 & 4 will be mandatory safe classes from 5 - 8 p.m.
Cost is $25 per season
First season is June 1st - Sept 1st and Second season is Jan 1st - May 1st
Click here to learn more
Rifle Range Report
The 2013 Rife Range work party will be April 20th from 8am - 12pm, rain or shine

The silhouette schedule for the year are as follows:
4/28, 5/26, 6/30, 7/28, 8/25, 9/29
All shoots are from 10am - 2pm

Repeated damage has occured to the b acks top at the 25yd rage. Please remember if you are shooting at targets less than 25 yds, be sure your target is centered on the backstop. This is important for both safety and structural soundness.


Recycle Your Hunting and Firearm Magazines
When you are through reading your hunting and firearm magazines, please recycle those magazines. Before recycling them, remove your name and address label along with any articles you find important. Keep a supply of those recycled magazines in your vehicle and gym bag. When you're waiting to get your vehicle serviced; waiting for the doctor or dentist; or exercising at the gym leave the recycled hunting and fishing magazine behind. Some will take interest and read them, maybe even take them home. The anti-hunter and anti-gun types afraid of the truth will surely trash the magazine. No problem, you can always return with more recycled magazines! Help spread the truth and facts about hunting and firearms. If anyone confronts you in a negative manner, ask them to read the First Amendment of the Constitution and then tell them to have a great day in the United States of America!.