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We had a good group attend the Work Detail for the interior of the Club house yesterday. Two coats were applied to the ceiling, the walls were done; will check them on Tuesday or Wednesday to see if another coat is needed, the door frames were painted and Robert is planning another trip to finish these.
I would like to Thank the following people for their help Satuday:
Pal Dunn Manfred Braule
Daniel Gibbons Christina Skarz-Libby
Robert Broderick Jonathon Hnson
Like the old addage; many hands create lght work. Thank again, to everone thathelped out.
The Fishing events are over for the season; the pond has been opened for the Club members and their guests. Fishing on the Pond is required to have a Maine Fishing license and to be with a member. Daily Limit is two fish per person; all fishing must be done wwith legal methods. Flky Fishing, Hook and bait, or spins, etc.
Good Luck and enjoy your time on the water. Please be Safe and Do Not Fish near the th Air Pump.
Before the Club meeting last night we walked the ranges; the sign posted on the 25 yard range was damaged by someone that has little or no respect for club property. If anyone knows of who damaged the sign by shooting it up; please contact a club officer. This is not only unsafe and disrespectful, but very costly to the club. While on the same note; the shed for the carboard has been cleaned up and the cardboard placed overhead, new cardboard has been cut for use and placed within reach. Please keep the shed clean and when done shooting; pickup ALL brass, shotgun shells and cardboard and place them in the locations for debris. Cardboard goes in the dumpster, and brass in the brass cans, if you do not take your shotgun shells they go in the dumpster as well. WE are not your mothers, Clean up after your done on the range. Keep the grounds clean and presentable to all memebers. Thank you in advance for your help.
The steel targets on the 100/200 yard range are available for use. They were made by a steel target manufacturer and are rated for rifle and pistols. Here are some guidlines to follow when using these targets.
The targets are rated for 3200 feet per second at the point of impact.
Do not use steel core or armor piercing ammo.
Full metal jackets are ok.
Minimum distance for rifle rounds is 100 yards.
Handgun (handgun calibers) can be shot at 15 yards or more. (If you feel splatter, move back)
Safety glasses are required on active ranges and are critical when shooting steel.
Discontinue using the targets if there are signs or cracking or cratering, they will be replaced.
You can use paint to cover impacts so you can see your hits.
If you use stick on targets, clean it up after shooting.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask the Range Officer
Thanks, Nelson Frost, Range Officer
The Durham Rod and Gun Club is an annual supporter of the MEIFW Sponsored program of Becoming an Outdoor's Woman (BOW).We donate 400.00 annually to the program; with that being said, Any members, members, spouse, or female family member that wished to take a BOW Weekend program held in September at Camp Caribou in Winslow would recieve a 200.00 grant to attend; leaving only a small personal exspense to go. If none of the Durham members attend the money goes to the BOW general fund to assist 4 people with grants of 100.00 annually to attend. The program is a great program for women to learn about outdoor recreational activities and feel comfortable about the learning in an atmoshere of all women. The instructors both women and men are very professional, well verused in the field and passionate about the sports they teach. All and all it is a great learning weekend.