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“In my own native state of Massachusetts, the battle for American freedom was begun by the thousands of farmers and tradesmen who made up the Minute Men — citizens who were ready to defend their liberty at a moment’s notice. Today we need a nation of minute men; citizens who are not only prepared to take up arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as a basic purpose of their daily life and who are willing to consciously work and sacrifice for that freedom. The cause of liberty, the cause of America, cannot succeed with any lesser effort.”-From President John F. Kennedy, 54 years ago -Jan. 29, 1961

April 25th Woodcutting/splitting/stacking -8am next Saturday morning 4/25, come on up & help!  We burned a lot of wood in the clubhouse this winter & need to get ready for next winter!

Thanks to Jon Green from GOAL!!  His Mass. Gun Laws Seminar was awesome!  If you’d like to join to help them fight for our Civil Rights: http://www.goal.org/joingoal.html  

Spring Fishing Derbies:  Adults – April 26th; Kids May 3rd

LSA Spring Derby15LSA Kiddie Derby15

Wachusett Mountain Men Woodwalk April 25th-26th

Bring your friends Shooting!  The NRA has a nice little introductory booklet with lots of info:  http://nrapublications.org/pdf/NRAGuideForNewShooters.pdf

Women on Target October 4th -(only a few spots left!)sign up form: 

thumbnail-of-Leominster Sportsmens WOT 2015

 

Do you have any “Wicked Cool” skulls/furs/skins/shells that the Leominster High School Honors Environmental Science Class can borrow? Put your name on a sticker of tag & bring ‘em to the clubhouse -We’ll have a box on the Fireplace to collect the furs & skulls, etc. Thanks!!!

from Ms. Doyle-Aucoin:
We are preparing for the MA Envirothon. Our next unit is wildlife and wildlife management, the students are required to identify local species samples. I was wondering if you or any of your membership has any local skins, taxidermy animal skulls or shells they might be willing to donate to us or let us borrow and return.

Archery Instruction & League TUESDAYS & Thursdays – see Archery page here

Thinking of building your own version of America’s Rifle? Need info  on maintaining your AR? Brownell’s has a nice series of gunsmithing videos on the AR-15:  http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/lid=11004/learn/

These targets might come in handy for sighting in your AR:M4 Barrel length:   http://ohmr.ohio.gov/forms/ohmr2444-b.pdf

M16A2 Barrel length http://www.bobdbob.com/~deneb/doc/targets/m16a2-25m-zero.pdf

Reminder: Upper 50yd Range is for handguns & long guns shooting handgun cartridges & rimfire, muzzleloaders & shotguns – not highpower. Lower 100yd range is for anything up to & including 50 BMG.

Breakfast is Served! The kitchen is open for Sunday morning breakfasts. Hours are 7am-11am. PUBLIC IS WELCOME! This is a great opportunity to meet fellow club members, support your club, and get some great food at a great price!

Here’s the details on the new Mass. Gun laws from Comm2a:   http://www.comm2a.org/images/PDFs/h_4376_explained.pdf

Migratory Bird Regulations are just out:  http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dfg/dfw/laws-regulations/final-2014-15-waterfowl-abs.pdf

 

These fine organizations are fighting for our Civil Rights right here in Massachusetts. Their websites will keep you up-to-date on the latest information.  check ‘em out & join/donate:

Gun Owners Action League :  http://www.goal.org/

Commonwealth Second Amendment:  http://comm2a.org/ 

 

Awesome Markmanship Articles - check out these digital magazines:

CMP:  “On the Mark” http://www.odcmp.com/comm/OTM/14/OTMSpring2014.pdf.pdf 

NRA:  “NRA Family Insights” & “Shooting Sports USA” http://www.nrafamilyinsights.org/

Hot off the Press:  http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nra/ssusa_201504/

a little reading for a snowy day:http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nra/ssusa_201501/

pg 35 – wicked accurate M1 ammo -YOU can get from the CMP
pg 44 the “new”M14

Classics to help you hit the Bullseye:

http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nra/ssusa_201406/   (check out pg 33-37 classic Reprint “How to Shoot the Highpower Rifle” by Col. Crossman!!) http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nra/ssusa_201407/  (part 2 of”How to Shoot the Highpower Rifle” on pg 34)

Civilian Marksmanship Program:   http://www.odcmp.org/    You can get an M1 Garand just like Great Grampa carried while Fighting for Freedom in the far corners of the Globe! The H&R M1’s were made just down the road in Worcester. The Springfield ones were made just 80 miles away.

Newsletters Online:  Click here to read this month’s & previous newsletters.

Rifle Range Badge Renewals See our committee page for more information.

Breakfast is Served! The kitchen is open for Sunday morning breakfasts. Hours are 7am-11am. PUBLIC IS WELCOME! This is a great opportunity to meet fellow club members, support your club, and get some great food at a great price!