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      NJGF's Gun Range & Store Database   05/23/2017

      Excited about launching a new feature, our very own member- driven range and store database.  Read the announcement and watch the video here... www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86658-njgfs-gun-store-range-database/


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  1. Presentation: Enfield Bayonets by Daniel Morrison, noted author and expert on the Enfield Bayonet. On Display: Revolutionary War items, originals and reproductions. Doors open at 7pm, Veteran's Hall upstairs, Kenilworth, NJ. http://njacc.info/meeting.html
  2. Regular Meeting, Kenilworth Veteran's Center, 7:00pm Doors Open Presentation: Martial Weapons - Combat Weapons by Joe S. Show and demonstration of various weapons used by martial artists in combat. On Display: Bayonets and Fighting Knives www.njacc.info
  3. Overhead cover is in place at the range and good lunch food is planned.
  4. Join us for handgun fun. This is not tactical training. We shoot "old FBI style" in friendly competition. Google Double Action shooting and watch the 1950's FBI Training film. Stanley Gurski gurskiltc@aol.com
  5. Targets for tomorrow are mostly Speedwell SR 21-C at 50 yards. For Smoothbore muskets the target is a police Silhouette target.50 yards. For flint or percussion rifles the targets a Deers Buffalo at 50 yards. For rifled muskets and cartridge firearms, other than 22s or 17 rimfire are the SR 21-c. For scoped rifles the target is SR 21-c at 100 yards. For the rimfire we have the 50 meter 22 target. For scoped rimfires we use the same target but put it out at 100 yards. For sniper see match director. Considering using a 5 bullseye target with one shot in each bullseye.Top score only counts Menu- Sabrett all beef kosher hotdogs. Potato or standard hot dog rolls. Chili ( with or without cheese)sauerkraut, mustard, ketchup, relish options.Vegetarian beans or Bush's traditional Baked beans with bacon bits and brown sugar.Desserts- Snowballs (Drakes not real), cherry or apple pies. Drinks- water, diet coke, diet 7&UP, regular coke, Dr. pepper. Wear good boots as melting snow can ruin sneakers and give you trench foot. --Stan Gurski
  6. For those who enjoyed TV cop shows and movies we offer you an opportunity to go down memory lane. Unlike your video heroes you will be using real guns and ammo shooting old method on the police qualification targets of yesteryear in friendly competition. Suspend present reality and be your TV/Movie cop/secret agent idol(s) for a day. THE Shongum Sportsmen Association invite you to compete with tangible links to TV/Movie Battles of Good vs Evil in our TV-LAND COP-SHOW SHOOT Come celebrate TV History by compteting with the handguns that TV Cops made famous on the Small Screen.Indoor range Trophies to Best in Event SATURDAY, Feb 10th, 2018 (Rain/Snow/Ice date to be announced) Registration/Brunch 10AM-11PM.Competition 11:00AM-3:00PM, Awards 3:00-3:30PM Shongum Sportsmen’s Association Chapel Hill Range - 363 Jane Chapel Road,Oxford( Mansfield), NJ 07863-3511 GPS 40.843231 N 74.916628 W From Center of Hackettstown, take ROUTE 46 WEST. 2 Miles west of Rt. 517, turn LEFT onto RUSSLING RD (by Best’s Fruit Farm). At end, (1.5 mi) Turn LEFT onto BARKER’S MILL RD (.2 Mi.) Turn RIGHT onto MT BETHEL RD. for 1 mi, Turn RIGHT onto JANE CHAPEL ROAD Range approx 1 Mile on RIGHT. Please car pool as parking is limited ONE FEE OF $25.00.for UNLIMITED ENTRIES. CASH ONLY. US CURENCY Proceeds will be shared with "Mansfield Township Police Benevolent Association" Fee covers a Police Brunch of Donuts and coffee. Soft drinks/hot dogs available for donation. Entries limited to amount of targets and time. Bring lots of smokeless ammo. No blackpowder/pyrodex/duplex loads, No rimfire. No MAGNUMS. CAGNEY & LACEY Trophy to best female shooter. BARNEY FIFE for low score. Each event requires 25 rounds: 10 from the FBI crouch (gun not brought up to eye level or sights used) at 7 yards one handed; 5 rounds from off hand strong hand double action (when possible) at 50 feet; reload, and 5 shots weak, 5 more 2 hand standing single action allowed 50 feet. (Box of 50 rounds lets you play twice). Mid-range wad cutter allowed. 25 second max time limit at each stage. Eye and hearing protection. No lasers, red dot, scopes, Weaver stances or other Modern Pistol Craft. This is not tactical training or bulls-eye. Come to have Safe Fun. You can wear attire appropriate to any of the characters: Hawaii shirt, narrow tie, Fedoras, Stetson, disco, etc. Event #16 and #17 will be modified in time because of the nature of Cowboy era reloading methods. No rimfire guns or black powder or MAGNUM loads. 1. DRAGNET Joe Friday S&W .38 w/2” barrel(other 5 shot 2" OK) 2. HAWAII FIVE-0 Steve McGarrett Colt .38 w/2” barrel 3. UNTOUCHABLES Elliot Ness Colt .38 w/4” barrel & fixed sights 4. MAGNUM P.I. Thomas Magnum 1911 GOVERNMENT Series .45 5. MIAMI VICE Crockett & Tubs BREN 10, Mini 45 (Detonics, Kimber,etc) 6. CHIPS Poncherello & Baker 6" Colt, S&W, Ruger, Taurus in .38/.357 7. NCIS Special Agent Gibbs Sig Sauer in 9mm or .40 or 45 8. WALKER TEXAS RANGER Cordell Walker Taurus PT92 or Beretta 92/96, 9mm or .40 9. STARSKY AND HUTCH Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson Colt .357 4 inch (Python, Trooper, .357) 10. BLUE BLOODS Reagan family GLOCK,KAHR,SIGP239 in 9mm,40,45 11. HILL STREET BLUES Andy Renko S&W 4 inch 38/357 fixed or adjustable 12. 007 James Bond Walter PP, PPK, PPK/S 13 .DIRTY HARRY Insp Calahan Any D/A Revolver in .44 Mag / .44 Spec. 14. WALKING DEAD Deputy Rick Grimes Colt Python (6” Barrel) nickel finish optional 15. FREE STYLE SWAT (no name,deep cover) Any center fire handgun not listed above 16. GUNSMOKE Matt Dillon SASS traditional fixed sight revolver 17. Wanted Dead or Alive (NEW) Josh Randall Mare's leg or laig lever action pistol 18. "Stereotype Villain Event" Central casting hood Any semi-auto shot on its side gangsta style Guest participation encouraged. Shoot Chairman Stan Gurski 732 388-1202 GurskiLTC@aol.com
  7. In celebration of the 120th Anniversary of the SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR the SHONGUM SPORTMEN’S ASSOCIATION Invites you to participate in the SPAN - AM Vintage Marksmanship Competition Saturday March 24th, 2018 Registration 9am, Rifle Contest till 1pm, Lunch 1pm, Pistols 2-4pm Compete with your Late 19th Century Antiques. Re-Enactors are encouraged to participate in uniform (Optional) Shongum Sportsmen’s Chapel Hill Range: Jane’s Chapel Road, Mansfield, NJ. From Center of Hackettstown, take ROUTE 46 WEST. Two Miles west of Rt 517, turn LEFT onto RUSSLING RD (by Best’s Fruit Farm). At end, (1.5 miles) Turn LEFT onto BARKER’S MILL RD (.2 Miles.) Turn RIGHT onto MT BETHEL RD. for 1 mile, Turn RIGHT onto JANE’S CHAPEL ROAD Range approx 1 Mile on RIGHT $30.00* for Complete Series or $10.00 per Event. For Non-NRA Members. Re-entry $2.00. $20.00 for Complete Series or $5.00 per event for Police, Military, NRA / Shongum Members. Re-entry $1.00 Includes Grilled Bully Beef, Crackers, Pork & Beans and Soda Lunch PRIZES: Trophy to the Best in Each Class FIREARMS: Antiques, Curios and Relics and reproductions of the Late 19th century (Original Stocks and Sights unless noted) NOTE: Due to the age of these vintage firearms it is important that you have them checked by a competent gunsmith and seriously consider the quality of ammunition being used, especially reloads made by a non licensed person. RIFLE CONTESTS REQUIRE 10 SHOTS IN 2 MINUTES @ 100 YARDS – FIRING POSITION OPTIONAL 1. INSURRECTO Remington or Oviedo 43 cal Rolling Block (Black powder recommended)) 2. LAS GUASIMAS Any pre 1898 model Mauser in 7MM 3. SIEGE OF SANTIAGO de CUBA Springfield Trapdoor Rifle(BP recommended, avoid hunting ammo for stronger actions) 4. EL CANEY Springfield Krag Rifle 5. SIGNAL CORPS Springfield Trapdoor Carbine (Be sure to use carbine loads not rifle or hunting ammo) 6. KETTLE HILL Krag carbine or 93 Mauser carbine in 7MM 7. GUANTANAMO Lee Navy 6MM (Please have gun checked by gunsmith and use quality ammo)* 8. POST WAR CONSTABULARY Winchester 95 carbine in 30/40,Philippine Constabulary carbine or equivalent 9. POST WAR HUNTER Sporterized Krag, any hunting rifle in 6MM Navy or 30 US Army (30/40) 10. NATIONAL GUARD/MILITIA Any 45/70 or 50/70 military post Civil War rifle except Springfield Trapdoor in 45/70 11. OPEN CLASS Any longarm not listed above but documented as being used in SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. (e.g. 1891 Argentine Mauser, Winchester 73) HANDGUN CONTESTS REQUIRE 12 SHOTS IN 2 MINUTES @ 50 feet – STANDING ONE-HAND 12. COLT 38 REVOLVER Colt New Army and Navy Revolver in 38 Colt. 13. OPEN CLASS Any handgun except the Colt New Army and Navy or Colt SAA Artillery that is documented as being used in Spanish - American War. Examples . S&W No 3 (Schofield), C96 in 7.63, ORBEA HERMANOS 11mm, MERWIN HULBERT 14. POST WAR PACIFICATION Colt SAA Artillery, Colt Philippine or Alaskan DAA, or Colt 1909, or New Service in 45 Colt *This event will be run at the end of the other long arm events and will be exclusive on the range. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ENCOURAGED SHOOT CHAIRMAN STAN GURSKI – gurskiltc@aol.com 732-388-1202
  8. Here is the report from the Armistace Match. http://njacc.info/2017/AllShootReports/2017-AD-Report.html
  9. In Honor of the Men and Women Who Endured The Rigors of Winter Combat from Valley Forge to Korea And To Demonstrate Personal Skill with Relics of History The New Jersey Arms Collector’s Club Inc. Invites You to Participate With Historical Winter Firearms in A Marksmanship Contest Saturday, January 20 , 2018 SNOW DATE JAN 21st`(CALL RANGE at 973 764-1333 for closings) ANJRPC CHERRY RIDGE RANGE Highland Lakes, NJ -- Off Canistear Road, 4 Mi. North of Rt. 23 SIGHT-IN: 9:00 am – 10:00 am - MATCHES: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Lunch: 1:00 – 2:00 ENTRY FEES* $30 ($10 discount to NJACC members and active, reserve, retired military with ID card) Family rate-$50 for two benches(children, in laws, grandparents etc.)plus $5 for each meal Full Entry Fee includes Lunch in Club House & VENISON STEW and Hot Beverages during shoot ($5.00 Lunch Only) *Note: Price Differential for Non-Members is applicable towards Membership Dues. PRIZES: Trophies to Best in Each Class(plus best female and youngster) FIREARMS:Repro or original BP. Curios and Relics of the Period. Original style Stocks and Sights Winter trigger guards acceptable. Winter triggers if approved by range safety officer. YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR WINTER COMBAT UNIFORMS OR CIVILIAN EQUIVALENT— Don’t forget Hats, Gloves and Boots as well as hearing and eye protection!!! VENISON STEW,CHOCOLATE,TEA,CIDER AND COFFEE AVAILABLE IN PARKING LOT AS PART OF FEE Contests Require 10 Shots in 2 Minutes at 50 Yards(except #12,15,16,20,&21) Any Position Including Bench * Rifles must be fired from shoulder unless medically excused.(no sleds) 1. BATTLE OF TRENTON Any Smoothbore Flintlock - 5 shots in 15 minutes 2. MOUNTAIN MAN (Revenant award-new) Any Civilian Flint or Percussion Rifle - 10 Shots/15 Minutes 3. FREDERICSBURG Any C W Battle weapon not using fixed ammo - 10 Shots / 15 Minutes . 4. WINTER WAR Any Finnish or Russian Mosin Nagant,Suomi 31 semi auto. 5. BALKAN FRONT Any Yugoslav, Austrian, Italian, Bulgarian, Romanian or Greek WWII era bolt action rifle (post war rebuilt Yugos are OK) 6. EASTERN FRONT SEMI-AUTO G-41, G-43, Tokarev 38 and SVT-40. Suomi M31 Semi Auto 7. BATTLE OF THE BULGE BOLT 98K, Springfield ’03,03A1,03A3 Enfield P14/1917 MKIII/IV 8. BATTLE OF HUERTGEN FOREST M1 Garand, G-43, G-41 9. SCANDANAVIAN SERVICE Any Swedish, Norwegian or Danish Krag, Mauser,AG42b. 10. ALPINE DEFENSE Any Swiss, Italian, French, or Austrian Mil. Bolt or Semi Auto 11. CHOSIN RESERVOIR M1,SAFN, Mosin Nagant, Jap 38,99, Mauser 98,SKS,Enfield #3,4 12 AFGHAN HILLS Any NJ Legal Semi-Auto, 5.56, 7.62 Nato, 7.62 x 39, 5.45 x 39(100yds) 13. KLONDIKE Any Black Powder Cartridge Firearm(smokeless or duplex ammo OK) 14. ALASKA HUNTER Any Sporter Rifle, inc Sporterized Military, (Iron Sights) 15. WINTER SNIPER (SIMO HAYHA AWARD) Military Sniper Rifle w/Original style Optics,FINN 28/30-1 Shot 100yd. 16. POLAR BEAR Any Sport,Sporterized Military Rifle with Scope 6.5mm or+ (100 yds) 17. CPT GRIEST 1LT HAVER TROPHY Best Female Shooter (in honor of the Ranger School graduates) 18. YOUNG WARRIOR Any Shooter Under 18 Years -any event 19. WINTER OLYMPIAN Any Rimfire /pellet Rifle( 17 or 22), -no magnifying optics 20. WINTER PLINKER Any scoped Rimfire(17 or 22) Rifle (100 yards) 21. DESIGNATED MARKSMAN (NEW EVENT) Any military scoped rifle in 7.62 NATO or Russian R (10 shots) PUBLIC INVITED - Shoot Chairman – STAN GURSKI GurskiLTC@aol.com 732 388-1202
  10. Bump - Reminder: Nov. 11 at Cherry Ridge Weather report is cold with lots of sun and small breezes. Menu for tomorrow is Sabrett all beef hotdogs, some kielbasi sausage, home made ( by Barbara our cook), baked beans. Cherry pies (Acme was out of apple).. Liberty cabbage (sauerkraut), mustard, relish, chili, and ketchup condiments. potato Chips. Bottled water, diet and regular sodas.If you a regular Cherry Ridge person please bring your frame as we only have 20 "loaners". 44 firing points and overhead cover.
  11. New Jersey Arms Collectors Club - Meeting Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. Doors open at 7:00 PM Presentation: – WW-II German Uniforms - A Collectors Guide to Detecting Original, Restored and Reproductions by Mike K. On Display: European Semi-Auto Long Arms, German Field Gear Web Site: http://www.njacc.info Directions: Garden State Parkway to exit 138 (Kenilworth). Make a left and go three lights on Kenilworth Boulevard to 21st Street South. Make a left. Veterans' Center is about 100 yards on the right, parking on the left. Alternate: Route 24 East to Exit 9B onto Morris Avenue East to Union. Right on Meisel Avenue straight to Boulevard in Kenilworth, then right onto 21st Street South at the light. UPCOMIMG MATCH: Historical Winter Firearms Marksmanship Contest - Jan. 20, 2018 at Cherry Ridge Range, Highland Lakes, NJ
  12. As always we will have our traditional lunch of Kielbasi and pirogi (potato and cheese). If you are vegan let me know and we will put aside more pirogi for you. If you cannot eat pork for religious or health reasons we are scheduled to also have all beef burgers. If 20 or fewer participants arrive we can serve each competitor a large burger, 2 kielbasi, 4 pirogi, a small bag of chips, two sodas/water and possibly small apple or cherry pies. If more than 20 show up we will set up two relays and engage in portion control or send the cook out into town to get more all beef hotdogs and Bubba burgers and snacks. Weather report is sunny and in the 70's.