A lbany Rifle & Pistol Club May 2007
Saddle Butte Press
SprinG Full Auto Shoot
PrEsidENt’s MEssagE This class, taught by Jim Jacobe on Sunday, June 3rd, include requests for main range 50 yard bullet back-
Coming May 19th & 20th will be an from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm, will meet in the North Range stops, in-ground restrooms on the north range, and
event you should not miss! It is our an- classroom. The fee is $70.00. Pre-registration and hunters’ education tables and chairs for the north range
nual Spring Full Auto event and Open pre-payment are required by June 1st. Class size is classroom.
House, open to the public. limited to 50 students and is open to the general public We know we have some great grant writers in our club
as well as ARPC members. who write grants professionally and we would like to put
Have you ever wondered what it would
be like to fire off a Thompson machine If you have further questions, please contact Jim at together a grant committee to help research and write
gun or a 50 caliber BMG rifle? The Full (503)362-0584. Go to his website at www.jimjacobe. grants for the club. If you are one of these members
Auto event is your opportunity to see, com to pay by PayPal, or send your payment and reg- would you please contact Mike McCarter, Executive
hold and even fire some of our history’s istration to Jim Jacobe, PO Box 13458, Salem, OR Director, at 541-619-0038.
greatest tools ever made. Remember 97309.
as a member benefit, members will get in free to the A handgun is not required for this course. Please bring OPEN HOusE
Full Auto event. note-taking materials. There will not be a scheduled During the Spring
At the same time we will be having our Open House on lunch break, but feel free to bring a sack lunch or Full Auto Shoot,
the north range in the bays showing off some of our snacks. May 19th and
different disciplines to the public. USPSA Action Pistol, 20th, Albany
Old West, Practical Pistol, Black Powder, Speed Steel MaiN gatE CHaNgEs Rifle and Pistol
and other disciplines will be showing off their sports By the time you read this Club north range
in the bays on the north range. What a great way for article changes to the shooting disci-
someone to see what our club has to offer. main gate should have plines will hold
taken place. ARPC is in- an Open House.
More changes are coming to our range all the time.
stalling an automatic gate Each of these
We have purchased a new card reader for the entrance
sensor on the exit side of shooting disciplines will put their best foot forward and
gates that also support a numeric keypad. With the new
the main gate. When in- give people who are here for the Spring Full Auto event
keypad we will be able to have non-members involved
stalled you will not have a chance to see other types of shooting sports. Old
with different disciplines and rentals. This will allow
to swipe your gate card West, Speed Steel, Black Powder, Multi-Gun, Practical
passage through the gate with a number code that will
to exit the main gate, just Shooting and USPSA Action Pistol will all have stages
be only good for that day.
drive up to the concrete pad and the main gate will set up for visitors to see and shoot.
In addition we will be removing the exit card reader
open. If you want to take a look at what these shooting dis-
and installing a new magnetic gate opener that will al-
low the gate to open automatically upon driving over a In addition, we will be replacing the main gate entrance ciplines do during their matches, stop down and take
strip in the concrete. These two improvements should swipe pad with a combination button and swipe pad. a look.
make the range a safer place to shoot that is also much Special one-time numbers will be issued for special
more secure. events (competitions, training classes, etc.) to be used May WOrk Party
by non-members to gain entrance to the club shooting Hi everybody! If you didn’t make the last work party
Finally, it is time to put together a nominating commit-
ranges. These steps should improve safety and security we missed ya. We got a lot accomplished and had a
tee for this coming fall election. Please contact me if
on all ranges. BBQ (see what you missed) but we still have a lot to
you are interested in being a member of the nominat-
ing committee or even a candidate for this fall’s officer Please have patience while construction is taking do. On May 5 we will have a “spruce the goose” work
election. The club is always looking for people who place. party. We need all of you yard and garden types (and
want to take the next step and get involved in the future anybody else) to show up with rakes, shovels, weed
eaters, hedge trimmers, chain saws - anything that
of our club. MaiN raNgE tabLE tOPs you can think of - to accomplish the task of sprucing
John D. Matlock Please take a look at the the goose.
two new rubber main range
table tops. We would like to The month of May starts our event season off with the
CONCEaLEd HaNdguN know what you think about Full Auto shoot (19th and 20th) and Open House (19th),
LiCENsE CLass at arPC these as replacements for and we would really like to have the range looking top
notch for these events. We will also be hanging flags
ARPC is pleased to announce that Jim Jacobe will be the pieces of carpet currently
in use. The carpets get very and banners as well. So come on out and help us
offering his Oregon Concealed Handgun License Train-
dirty and have a tendency SPRUCE the GOOSE.
ing Class at the range. This class will be held the third Steve Shippey
Tuesday of every month at ARPC on May 15, June 19, to blow around when it gets E O xEcutivE fficEr
July 17, etc. Subsequent class dates will be listed on windy on the main range.
the Club calendar. The fee is $50.00.
This class is open to ARPC members and to the public, arPC gOLf Cart Benchrest shoots the fourth Saturday of every month.
and class size is limited. Persons already possessing a The ARPC golf cart has been We are shooting RBA (.22LR) three-gun combo, and
CHL, but who wish to attend for the purpose of updating moved onto the main range for unlimited. Registration begins at 8am. Match begins
their knowledge will still be required to pay the class members’ use when posting tar- at 9am. All matches from March through October are
fee. Class will meet in the North Range classroom from gets at the 200-yard line. It may RBA sanctioned and are shot at 50 yards.
6:30 to 9:30 pm. Please arrive by 6:15 to complete your also be used by handicapped
registration paperwork. Pre-registration and pre-pay- Three-gun combo, sporter , 10.5lb, and unlimited shoot
members when posting targets
ment are required; registration will close on the Friday in that order. Unlimited finishes its last two targets when
at any distance. Our goal is to
before each class. combo match is completed. Time varies so we suggest
decrease the amount of time
that all RBA shooters arrive at 8am.
For further questions, please contact Jim at (503)362- needed to replace targets at
0584. Go to his website at www.jimjacobe.com to pay the 200-yard line and increase the amount of time for Centerfire benchrest shoots after all classes of rimfire
with PayPal; or send your payment and registration shooting. are finished (approximately noon). Centerfire is a club
information to Jim Jacobe, P.O. Box 13458, Salem, OR match, unsanctioned.
Unplug the charging cord, turn the key on and step on
97309. the “go” pedal to drive the cart downrange. Reach down Want to try It?
This course meets Oregon’s training requirements for beside your right leg and move the lever to reverse (you If you are new to rimfire benchrest and want to give it a
a Concealed Handgun License. The three-hour course will hear the buzzer) when you want to back up. Please try, here is a brief description of equipment required.
consists of handgun safety, Oregon Statutes 161 & 166, put the cart back into its original parking position and
In three-gun combo you may shoot a sanctioned match
threat assessment, and selection of safety equipment. plug it in when you are finished using it.
with one rifle if it complies with the Sporter class. You
A handgun is not required for this course. Please bring will be competing with other sporters and the two heavi-
note-taking materials. graNts WaNtEd er classes. You may shoot all three targets in the combo
Albany Rifle and Pistol Club has applied to the Oregon match with a heavier rifle but the score will not count
utaH CONCEaLEd Carry Fish and Wildlife Department for three grants. These for RBA or club standing.
CLass at arPC
A Non-resident Utah Concealed Firearm Permit will WELCOME NEW MEMbErs
allow concealed carry in 30 other states, including Rober t Wollam • Dan Cox • Kylie Christensen • Brandi Christensen •Brittony Christensen • Kur t Christensen • Chad Simon
Washington. Upon completion of this course, the per- Darin Cole • Andrew Hunter • Jonathan Fussner • Alber to Macias • Rod McClellan • Daniel Carr • Br uce Cleaver • Sam Huff
mit application process can all be done by mail. The James Brimhall • Brandon Thompson • Fred Childers • Charles Kachel Sr. • Jerr y Marshall • Lewis Franklin • Brian Balzer
Douglas Gay • Harold Bates • Todd McGuire • Jeff Mer ten • Billy Jones • Marc Smith • Rober t Dalton • Br uce De Ramus • Clay Par tridge
permit is valid for five years.
Albany Rifle & Pistol Club PRSRTD STD
PO Box 727 • 29999 Saddle Butte Rd. • Albany, OR 97321 U.S. POSTAGE
Return Service Requested CORVALLIS, OR
PERMIT NO. 157
New shooters who do not have the rifles required by Ben Cooney from our club and Charle Hawkins from end of the year, give me a call. I can always use some
the RBA rules but want to shoot an informal match in the Emerald Empire club have the beginnings of a duel help on Wednesday afternoons. If you do show up on
order to get a feel for the sport are welcome to shoot going. Been shot a 687 23X to Charle’s 686 17X at the Wednesday, bring your shotgun. You might be tempted
a combo match with just that single rifle so long as it March unlimited match. Paul Soward reports that his to give it a try. Heck, if you want to give it a try and
conforms to one of the three classes below. Your scores 52 has developed new life with Eley Match EPS and Del don’t have a shotgun, you can shoot mine.
will not count as a sanctioned match but will you get a should have his rebarreled rifle here for the next match. Regardless, the help will be appreciated. Speaking of
good feel for how the matches work and the accuracy This could get interesting. help, Todd came out to the trap range on work bond to
required of this sport. visit. A group of trap shooters had purchased a thank
ScorES From march match
If you are a new shooter please check in with the match 3-Gun Combo you plaque several months ago. We were finally able
director when you arrive. He will give you a briefing to 1. Del Martin 661 -12X to give it to him, simply to thank him for the help he
point out safety procedures of the sport and range, get 2. Paul Soward 654 -8X gave to us. THANKS AGAIN TODD.
you introduced to other shooters and see to it that you Do any of our members have a desire to help some
have a guest name tag. Firearms must not be brought Unlimited
1. Ben Cooney 687 -23X youngsters shoot shotguns? If you have a semi-auto
onto the range uncased if the range safety strobes and shotgun sitting in your closet and would be willing to
buzzers are in operation. 2. Charle Hawkins 686 -17X
3. Paul Soward 672 -10X help out, give me a call. Remington model 1100/11-
Target is RBA official 25 rounds, unlimited sighters. 4. David Norton 632 - 7X 87/11, Winchester, or any other serviceable 12 gauge
Combo three-gun shoots three targets with the unlmited 5. Linda Johnson 629 - 5X semi-auto will do. If you want to sell it or donate it, give
target of combo counting as the first target of unlimited, 6. Jim Johnson 627 - 6X me a call or send me a e-mail. Thanks in advance.
which shoots two additional targets for a total of three
in a separate match. Thanks to Charlie for coming up and the help with scor- Just one more thing: Mothers’ Day is on the way. If
ing. Hope to see you again. Thanks to David Norton any of you bring your wife, girlfriend, daughter, son,
RBA shoots .22LR only. Rifles are bolt action and for all the work and the great job running the scoring. or any other member of the family out on Moms’ Day,
loaded single shot or actions such as the BSA Martini And to Del, let’s hope Buster got that barrel right! you shoot a round for free. I’ll be there at noon and
with falling or rotating blocks. stay until whenever. So come on out with your sweetie
and shoot a round of trap. You might find it fun, and,
RBA three-gun combo: To fire in official matches you
are required to have all three classes of rifles or one
traPPiNgs frOM if nothing else, interesting.
sporter class rifle. tHE traP raNgE See ya at the range and shoot lots of bullets.
As I write this note to my fellow mem- Don Arnold
Sporter: Under 7.5 lbs total weight and scope of no S D
bers, I thought spring was upon us.
h Otg u n i r E c tO r
more than 6.5 power or a variable power scope with the
power taped at 6.5. Rifles are loaded single shot, but Was I wrong? We are still shooting
are required to have a magazine. No vibration tuners, over here behind the wall, getting more fuLL autO
no bedding, and the stock may have not have external shooters, both experienced and begin- Jim Ebert has resigned as Full Auto Director. His posi-
holes drilled in it to make weight. ners. tion will be filled by Rob Dugger. Jim will remain on
One of them is our esteemed editor, the Full Auto Committee along with Wayne Woodcock,
10.5 lb: No more than 10.5 pounds, any power scope,
Tony White. Now I will tell you folks Randy Smith, Dick Thoma, Allen Eriken, Peter Newman
stock no more than 3” in width. No electronic or me-
this: when the bug bites some folks, and Rob. Rob can be reached at (503)650-6599 (work),
chanically assisted triggers allowed.
the bug usually gets slapped and gets out of town. (503)638-4017 (home) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unlimited: Unlimited scope power and weight. Rifle When the bug bit Tony, he got a big old chunk out of his Our thanks go to Jim for his past work and his willing-
must sit entirely on bench and cannot be attached to hide. New shotgun, re-loader, vest - might even have ness to continue to serve on the Full Auto Committee.
bench. a hat. Oh yes, not only did he bring new equipment,
Remember there will not be a regular full auto match
RBA rules and match procedures are available on line but he brought a great attitude and is now shooting
in May. June’s match will be the same time and place
at Rimfire Benchrest Association.com birds just about with the best of them. Way to go Tony
on the North Range.
Inquiries should be directed to Jim Johnson: 541-758- and Welcome.
Volunteers are needed for the Spring Full Auto shoot
7364 (home phone) or > email@example.com. You are ALL welcome to come on over and give it a try.
May 18th through the 21st. Setup and cleanup will be
RBA is slowly growing with new shooters at each match. To make it easier for that to happen, the club is going to
on Friday the 18th and Monday the 21st. The shoot is
We hope some of our shooters will remember their start a class for new shooters. We will teach shooters,
Saturday the 19th and Sunday the 20th. This is a great
sporter class rifles and get into the combo at our next young, old, male, female, it matters not. To start, all you
way to get your work bond hours completed.
match. need to bring is a willingness to learn a new shooting
sport. Dates and times will be published. Watch the Help is needed the following areas: Range Officers (no
Linda Johnson is our newest member and shot her first newsletter, website, and bulletin board. full auto experience is needed, we will train you); bal-
informal 3-gun match using Jim’s 19 pound unlimited loon/targets and gate/parking.
gun, and shot a 222. Word has it that Jim bought her The reason for the class is because some of our mem-
a new CZ 425 sporter class and scope and she has put bers indicated they did not want to come over to shoot Come on out and have fun getting those work bond
1000 rounds through it in the last two weeks. At that with all of the experienced shooters and hold up the hours out of the way and see some exotic firearms.
rate of ammo consumption Jim is happy to report that show. I think it is a great idea and will see to it any new Contact Allen Eriksen at Eriksenor@aol.com or (541)967-
the rifle absolutely will not shoot with the expensive shooters will not have to shoot with and around the so 4005 Wednesdays and Thursdays anytime.
Eley Match EPS but just loves the more plebian ammo called “gunslingers” at the trap range. The classes will
start with some classroom information and then will
from Wolf and GreenTag CCI.
move to the trap range. One more thing: at this time, sHOOtiNg targEts
Del’s rebarreled gun got waylaid in shipping and will the class will be for members of ARPC and their families What targets are okay to shoot at
be delayed until just before the next match, giving very only. I can only guarantee that you will have fun, not Albany Rifle and Pistol Club?
little time to get the new barrel/ammo combinations hit every bird every time. Here is a short list of what to use for
figured out. So much the better for the rest of us but I
suspect we are in for trouble. [Editor’s note: old shooters, new shooters: didn’t matter. targets at the various ranges:
I felt really welcome and comfortable from the start. A Main Range – Targets on target
The new light box for scoring appears to have helped. class would be great so I might win a dollar or two now boards and club steel targets.
Jim will have the second one finished and Wes King and again, though.]
from the Emerald Empire club is bringing a third up for Shotgun Range – Clay birds, tar-
us for the next match. On a different note, we have our new lights up and they gets on target boards and club
are simply wonderful. We will not be able to realize the steel targets.
New target hangers will be up for the next match and full benefit of the lights until winter when it gets dark
we hope David Norton will have had time to get the North Range – Targets on target
earlier. My sons and I went out with my grandson to try
scoring boards finished for the match. All of this will boards, steel targets (either the clubs or your own), clay
them out one dark rainy night and found the lights to be
really help speed up the scoring process. birds and other non-breakable targets (glass, plastic,
better than I thought they would be. The other lights
vegetable) that you bring and do not leave a mess.
Jim has finally got the RBA scoring software running, will be available to put wherever the club wants to put
Barrels and Props used in shooting events are not ac-
sort of but good enough, and scorekeeping and aggre- them. Because they are floodlights, just one will light
ceptable targets. If you need a cardboard target, look
gate totals will now be done on his MacBook computer up an entire bay on the north range. Just a thought.
in the white cabinet outside Bay 3, on the West side of
during the matches (unless someone spills their coffee Mike has let it be known that work bond is available any the building.
on it). time to those of you who can’t be there on Saturday.
If you are an old rimfire benchrest shooter who has Well I want you all to know there is work bond available
drifted away from the sport, come on back and give it at the trap range too. I spend time out at the range “Hit tHE targEt”
another try. The new main range is primo and there is just trying to straighten things up. If you would like to If you want on the special update email list for Albany
more than a bit of competition waiting for you. get some work bond over before the big push at the Rifle and Pistol Club members who want to keep up on
- - - - - - - - - O f f i c e r s - - - - - - - - - arpc Executive Board
ExEcutivE committEE program DirEctors
John Matlock, president firstname.lastname@example.org. . . . . . . 971.235.4126 Walt Ream, high power. (email@example.com) . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.737.1791
Peter Newman, vice-president firstname.lastname@example.org . . . . . . . . .541.905.0643 John Matlock, practical pistol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 971.235.4126
Lori Jacobson, secretary email@example.com . . . . . . . . . . 503.269.0021 Mike McCarter, uspsa action pistol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503.391.1712
Bob Hamilton, treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org. . . . . . . . . . 503.930.6172 Rob Dugger, full auto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503.650.6599
Steve Shippey, exec. officer email@example.com . . . . . . . . . . 503.585.2724 Patrick Reagan, old west. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.259.2774
Ed Dailey, chief instructor firstname.lastname@example.org . . . . . . . . . . 503.551.9692 Don Arnold, shotgun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.491.1014
Mike McCarter, executive director email@example.com . . 541.619.0038
Dan Rucker, pistol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.926.8775 President Vice President Secretary
othEr committEEs Clarke McLean, benchrest.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503.364.5266 John Matlock
Mark Baur, junior smallbore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.258.1540
Rich Larrowe gunshow-chairman firstname.lastname@example.org. . . . . . 541.738.6613 email@example.com VP@arpc.info firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Carmean, membership email@example.com. . . . . . . 541.258.8499 James DiNardo, senior smallbore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.367.4033
Dwain Thomas, hunter safety ed firstname.lastname@example.org .541.967.7554 Ed Eriksen, black powder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.926.7570
Mark McDonald, club scheduler email@example.com. . . . 541.367.8552 Paul Johnson, speed steel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.928.6976
Tony White, newsletter firstname.lastname@example.org . . . . . . . . . . 541.917.1030 Mark Baur, juniors programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.258.1540
Kent Settles, fire marshall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.757.3171
hours of opEration Ted Weis, hunter safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541.367.3194
Email. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . email@example.com
Monday thru Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00am - 9:00pm
Club Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.arpc.info
Saturday & Sunday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00am - 8:00pm
Treasurer Exec. Officer Chief Instructor
--- Please have your guests fill out a guest badge --- Bob Hamilton
actions taking place at the club, just drop me an email shooting bays. Please use common courtesy when KNIGHTHAWK DEFENSE, Professional Defensive Tac-
and I will add you to the list. We will try to send out this asking to share a bay and remember the shoe might tics Training for Private Citizens, Criminal Justice, and
email weekly with updates about what is taking place be on the other foot next time and you need to ask to Unarmed Security Personnel. DPSST Certified Instruc-
at the club. It is not intended to start a dialog about share a shooting bay. tors. Call Forrest Hatch at 541-974-1326.
activities or create return emails, however if you have CLIPS ‘n’ STUFF, FIREARM ACCESSORIES, Offering
a concern then we would like to hear about it.
PErMaNENt traP MaCHiNEs firearm accessories at discount prices. We have the
Mike McCarter We have set up two differ- area’s largest inventory of magazines and optics. We
xEcutivE i r E c tO r
ent permanent trap machines are an authorized Leupold dealer. Call Dave Engel at
for members use on the trap 541-928-9953 or visit us on-line at www.clipsnstuff.com
arPC gatE Card NaME tags range. At anytime during non- Located at 2303 Waverly Dr. SE in Albany.
You will NOT be receiving a new name tag scheduled trap events you GUNSMITH, Silver Creek Gun Works, LLC 971-239-
sticker when you pay your dues this year. can come out to the club and 4139, firstname.lastname@example.org
The previous announcement about new shoot trap without setting up WANTED TO BUY: CZ-52 Tokarev pistol; Marlin 1894 in
name tags was incorrect. If you need a trap machines. Each machine .44 Mag; Ruger Vaquero, SS in .44 Mag. John Gilman
new name tag for your gate card, we will has a set of directions for use 541.207.7201
give you a new one at any ARPC Gen- and specific places to stand,
eral Meeting. We do intend on replac- which directs shot down range. If you don’t have clay FOR SALE: Custom STI 2011 in .45 with five mags,
ing these name tags next year. You will birds with you we have boxes of 135 birds for sale in $975. John Gilman 541.207.7201
receive notification that we have received the main club house for $8.00. FOR SALE: Lee LoadMaster reloading press and com-
your membership renewal in the mail. ponents:
ExECutiVE dirECtOr’s artiCLE 4 SHELL PLATES: #1, 2L, 4S, 11L, 19S; Bullet feeder
VOLuNtEErs NEEdEd While touring visitors around the club hardware for .380, 9mm, 38 special, .40 cal., and .45
Volunteers are needed for the Spring Full Auto shoot I often hear the comment “Wow! What ACP (feed fingers & die #2,3,4 plus several spares);
to be held May 18-21. Setup and cleanup will be on a great shooting range!” It would be Primer feed for SP and LP plus many spare parts; Primer
Friday the 18th and Monday the 21st. easy to take credit for the condition of shield and loaded round catcher; Automatic case feed,
The Full Auto Shoot is Saturday and Sunday (19th and the club and we do have one of the best collator and feeder tubes; (7) 5-hole Quick-change tur-
20th). This is a great way to get your work bond hours gun clubs and shooting ranges in the rets; .380 cal die set (4 dies) Full documentation for all
completed. Help is needed the following areas: Northwest. However, I want to take a components. Price new from Graf over $500. Will sell
moment and say thank you to all of the entire package for $200. Tony White (541)917-1030 or
Range Officers (No Full Auto experience need, we will past club leaders and volunteers for email@example.com
train) what they have done to make Albany IPSC PERFORMANCE TRAINING CLASS: This group
Balloon / Targets and Gate / Parking Rifle and Pistol Club what it is now. The class will teach you proper shooting techniques, how
Come on out and have fun getting those work bond sheer number of hours put in by ARPC volunteers over to improve your performance, and how to practice ef-
hours out of the way and see some exotic firearms. the years is staggering and most of them have never ficiently, saving you time and money. You will learn to
Contact Allen Eriksen at Eriksenor@aol.com or (541) been recorded. perform fundamental skills on demand.
967-4005 Wednesdays and Thursdays any time. Changes don’t all take place all at one time and often IPSC Performance Training Class, One-on-one: I will
happen in small increments without notice. I’m sure work directly with you on your specific needs to further
WOrk bONd HOurs changes will continue to take place in the future, and,
as a result, Albany Rifle and Pistol Club will look and
enhance your competition experience and reach your
Starting the 1st of April, personal performance goals.
operate even better. If you see or hear of an improve-
2007, Albany Rifle and Pis- Cleaning and Maintenance of your 1911, Glock, Reming-
ment that would make our club safer or nicer to use,
tol Club will be recording all ton Shotgun, or AR 15: Not sure how to maintain your
please let someone on the Executive Board know. The
work bond hours used by gun? Learn the proper way to tear down and clean your
Board has short and long strategic plans in place that
members of the gun club. gun for improved reliability and longer life. I will teach
include many desired improvements and the logical
When you do work for Albany you not only proper maintenance, but how to spot po-
steps needed to accomplish them. These plans con-
Rifle and Pistol Club, as a tential problems and what to do about them, before they
tinue to change as projects are finished and need your
club member, record every become expensive. For more information, go to http://
input to add new improvements. So let us know what
hour you put in even if you www.m9guns.com/lessons.html Email: Rob Shepherd
have your required 12 hours. @ firstname.lastname@example.org Or call (503) 371-9102
The club wants to recognize What I really want to say is thank you Albany Rifle and
-1993 Kawasaki KX80 dirtbike. One ride on a new crank,
those folks who contribute Pistol Club Members; keep up the good job.
bearings, seals, piston, rings, etc. FMF Turbine Core
extra hours to the club. Mike McCarter II spark arrestor and stock track exhaust. ATV offroad
If you want to check out how many work bond hours tags through 2009. $1000 obo. Paul 928-6976
you have in the system, next year, you will be able to
access the computer in the main club house, enter
uPCOMiNg EVENts -1993 Chev 2500 Silverado, 2wd, longbox, extra cab,
May 19th • Open House to the Public 350cid, fresh auto trans, new power steering pump,
your card number and see how many hours you have cruise, air cond, power windows & locks, 108,000miles,
registered. North Range
Mike McCarter 541-619-0038 40/60 split front bench seat, towing/camper package,
If you have time during the week and want to put in a recent cap, rotor and plugs, 85+% tires, front end has
couple of hours working at the club, just give the club May 19th & 20th • Summer Full Auto been recently rebuilt. $7000 obo. Paul 928-6976
office a call (541.619.0038) and let us know. We have Open to the Public to Shoot
Allen Eriksen 541-967-4005 -Winchester Model 70 .338 Winlite. From the factory
work that needs to be done everyday of the week. with a McMillan lifetime warranty stock, new reload-
June 2nd • Trap Shoot for the Troops ing dies, bullets, brass, loaded factory ammo, 2pds of
fuLL bays ON Open to the Public to Shoot
Don Arnold 541-491-1014
N165. Original owner and have the factory box. $750
tHE NOrtH raNgE June 29th – July 1st • USPSA Area 1 Multi-Gun
When you come out to the -Springfield O3A3 Remington manuf 1943. Rifle is like
Championships new (tight), cartouche stampings are still present on
North Range to shoot in any of Mike McCarter 541-619-0038
the 7 shooting bays you may the stock. Two grooved rifled barrel. Very accurate.
find them occupied with other July 13th – 15th • Northwest Multi-Gun $600 Paul 928-6976
members. What do you do? Championships
North Range Bays are used Robert Wright 503-551-7283
by members just like the main August 4th & 5th • Pacific Coast Challenge
range, we share space. Just GSSF Glock Championship
because you are the first per- Mike McCarter 541-619-0038
son to occupy a bay doesn’t August 15th – 19th
mean that you have sole pos- Old West State Championships
session of it. Pat Reagan 541-259-2774
Caution! When multiple shooters share a shooting bay
you must communicate on safety issues and target set-
ting because there is no safety alarm system in these
May 15th • Oregon Concealed Carry
Jim Jacobe 503-362-0584
May 27th • Building Blocks IPSC
Rob Shepherd 503-371-9102
June 3rd • Utah Concealed Carry
Jim Jacobe 503-362-0584
June 19th • Oregon Concealed Carry
Jim Jacobe 503-362-0584
This section is for members who would like to advertise
something for sale or wanted. If the item for sale is a
gun, then remember that all gun transfer rules must be
followed. The best part of this is it is FREE for members
to place an ad.
To place an ad send e-mail to Tony White (ARPC news-
letter editor) at email@example.com. Deadline for
the newsletter advertisement is the 15th of the month
THE JACOBE GROUP, Firearms Training for Oregon
CHL and Utah Concealed Firearms Permit. NRA, State,
DPSST, Nationally Certified Instructors. Oregon CHL
class held at ARPC the 3rd Tuesday of every month,
see club calendar. Call Jim Jacobe @ (503)362-0584
or see www.jimjacobe.com for schedule and complete
list of classes.
OREGON FIREARMS ACADEMY, Professional Fire-
arms Training, NRA and State Certified Instructors for
course information call Rick Benson @ 541.451.5532