WE ARE OPEN AGAIN, WITH RESTRICTIONS
THE STOCKBRIDGE SPORTSMEN'S CLUB has reopened as
of Saturday, May 23rd, in compliance with Phase 1 of Governor Baker's Executive Order 33, which places severe restrictions
on all businesses. It's a start, and we are already making plans for compliance with Phase 2 which the state has labeled "Cautious".
A reopening letter has been mailed to all current club members, and signage including range use rules and regulations have
been posted on the club grounds. Some of these documents, plus some COVID-19 advisory posters, can be viewed by clicking on
the links below. Please review them before coming to the club. Unfortunately we must delay the reopening of the horseshoe
court due to the use of shared equipment. We have ordered an electrostatic sprayer which can be used to sanitize the interior
of our outbuildings and lead to their reopening in Phase 2. Welcome back!
ARCHERY RANGE RULES
PISTOL RANGE RULES
RIFLE RANGE RULES
SKEET FIELD RULES
STOP THE SPREAD
USING A FACE MASK
2019 SPORTSMEN'S SWEEPSTAKES: The 2019 Sweepstakes prize list with winners has been posted on the Sweepstakes page. Thank you to everyone
who purchased tickets.
BUCKHORN ARCHERS SCHOLARSHIP: Congratulations
to Nick Puntin who is the recipient of the 2019 scholarship. Nick is a graduate of Pittsfield High School class of 2019.
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP SKEET SHOOT: Congratulations to Joe Ary who won the
club championship shoot on September 8th. Joe won by a single bird in a shootoff with Gary Johnston.
TRI-CLUB SKEET CHAMPIONSHIP: Congratulations to our skeet team for winning the Tri-Club Championship
for 2019. Our team is competing this year in memory of our late member and friend Dave Zanin.
CLUB LAND ACCESS: The Stockbridge Sportsmen's Club nows owns over 200
acres, extending from our clubhouse location, well into West Stockbridge, and over the top of the ridge. Only current club
members and guests accompanying them may use the property for recreational purposes, and care should be taken to avoid
exposure to areas downrange from our shooting facilities. Please note that this includes a 3-D archery course west of the
rifle range. In addition, members may be hunting on the property in season. The club's land is posted.
RANGE CHECK-IN PROCEDURE: Members and their
guests must sign in and pay the appropriate range fee before using the range. The member must be present at the
range in order for guests to use that range. Please pick up your brass when done.
YOUTH ACTIVITY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The
club's popular Youth Archery and Rifle Leagues are always in need of more volunteers. The Youth Archery program
will start up in January, and anything you can do to help is appreciated.
MA ATTORNEY GENERAL BANS ASSAULT RIFLES: Attorney
General Maura Healey has issued a directive making formerly "Massachusetts Compliant" AR and similar style rifles
illegal in the state effective Wednesday, July 20, 2016. Click here to visit the State's web page regarding the ban and any exceptions, and click here to visit the GOAL Blog for information on legal challenges being made against the Attorney General.
If you are visiting our club from out of state where your so-called assault weapons are perfectly legal, DO NOT bring your
gun with you. It's a felony offense.
Remember, your vote
could help preserve your Second Amendment rights.
ARCHERY - Archery leagues will start
in January, including our successful Youth Archery program. Look for more info on the Buckhorn Archers Facebook page (see link on Home Page).
SKEET can be enjoyed
every Sunday at 9:00 AM and Tuesday evenings starting at 6:00 PM - weather permitting. Stop by and join in.
NON-RESIDENT FIREARM INFORMATION:
Non-residents wishing to join the Stockbridge Sportsmen's Club or who want to participate at our shooting events should
visit our Non-Resident Info page for Massachusetts firearm requirements. You can legally transport a typical sporting
arm into Massachusetts by following a few simply rules. Confused? Email the club for clarifications.
HUNTER EDUCATION COURSES:
MassWildlife holds about 80 Basic Hunter Education courses around the State each year. You must attend one of these courses
to be elligible for a hunting license. Enrollment opens 60 days prior to the course date, and classes fill very quickly thereafter.
You can register online for advance notification. To see the current course schedule click here.
DISCOUNTED NRA MEMBERSHIP: Join or renew now. Click here or use the link on the Club Affiliations page to save
$ 10.00 or more when you join or renew your NRA membership, or give the gift of a membership.