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8.14.13 notes

There will be a 10-Gun volunteer meeting Sunday 8.18 10am. Those looking to help out please attend. Cheryl has asked is a few more people could help out – please contact if you can – khenderson3@twcny.rr.com
5-Stand – Open Shoot 1st. Monday after labor day until Oct 21st.
A Youth Pheasant hunt will be set up sometime at the end of Sept. – more info as it becomes available.
The Ladies learn to shoot event was a success with 48 participants – am told someone took some pics if a few could be forwarded to the club they can get posted.
Hunters Ed will get a new LCD Screen for classes held at Pathfinder.
Dec 7th Saturday at Pathfinder Club – Band – Party
Pathfinder Fish and Game Club will become IDPA affiliated – matches starting in April 2014 – see post on International Defensive Pistol Association for more details.
Jr.Trap has been updated.

Ladies Learn to Shoot

July 20th. 9am-3pm
Pathfinderfishandgame Club – Crescent Lane, Fulton NY 13069
Ladies, come on out to learn how to handle and shoot the many different types of items listed. If you have never shot we can teach you no matter your size, age, or strength. If you have shot some, we may be able to help you tweek some of your skills.
Demonstrations by; WildernessSurvival.com
CNY Cowboys Shooting
Pathfinders own pistol, shotgun and rifle shooters.
$20.00 cover charge (lunch and shooting supplies)
Gander Mountain will be here with gunfitters and instructors to assist you ladies also!
To register please call Lou Ann Daniels 315.343.4734 or 315.409.6566 please register by July 15th.
So come on out and have some fun, learn a new sport, some survival techniques and who knows you might end up teaching your husband, boyfriend something new!

Fox News poll: Twice as many favor more guns over banning guns to reduce crime


Nearly twice as many voters say there would be less violent crime if more  law-abiding Americans owned guns, than if guns were banned.

In addition, while American voters generally favor strengthening gun laws, 71  percent do not think tougher laws can stop shootings like the one last month in  Newtown, Connecticut.