top of page

All events have a $10 participation fee for non-members.  This fee does not apply to weekly Thursday Night Trap Shoots which only consist of the $5 per round fee to any shooter.

Unless stated otherwise, the following is our policy for inclement weather for outdoor events.  This does not apply to indoor events such as meetings or seminars.  If the Honey Brook forecast predicts a chance of rain greater than or equal to 50% at the beginning or the next hour of the shoot, the shoot will be cancelled.  The decision to cancel will not be made until the morning of the day of the shoot to ensure we have the most accurate forecast. 

 

We host trap shoots open to the public every Thursday (March through November) - weather permitting.  These start at 6:00PM.

We hold monthly work-parties the third Sunday of the month February - November beginning at 9:00 AM.

Scheduled shoots will be posted below at the beginning of each month.

March Shoot Schedule

 

3/15 7:30pm Tactical Range Night Shoot

 

A night shoot will be conducted on the Tactical Range using weapon lights.  You must have a working mounted weapon light to participate.  The shoot will begin with a safety brief at 7:30, you must be at the safety brief to participate in the shoot.  Participants will complete a variety of timed drills using their weapon light.  This is a great opportunity to test your home defense setup in low light conditions. 

 

3/16 1pm-5pm Responsibly Armed Pistol Range Rental 

 

The Pistol Range is being rented by a local training group, Responsibly Armed, and will be closed from 1pm to 5pm.  Tac, rifle, shotgun and archery ranges will be open at the usual times.  If Responsibly Armed is packed up and done before 5, then the pistol range will be open to members at that time.  The pistol range will be closed during this event.     

 

3/17 Work Party and Tac Range Drill Day

 

Following the work party, we will be running a variety of timed drills on the Tactical Range including threat assessment targets, clearing malfunctions, shooting from cover, reloading, engaging an obscured target, draw and fire, and more.  Bring a defensive firearm of your choosing, sling/holster, and spare magazines.  If you would like to run the drills for fun and not be timed, you are more than welcome.  You do not have to participate in all drills and may choose to participate in only certain ones you would like to practice.  The Tac range and shotgun range will be closed for the duration of this event.   

 

 3/26 6pm Novice Trap Clinic

 

We will be holding a trap shoot for new and inexperienced trap shooters.  Club president Nicholas Minichini, who shot trap competitively in college, will be explaining the fundamentals of trap shooting to the new shooters.  We ask that experienced trap shooters wait for our regular Thursday evening shoots.  This event is to give novice shooters the opportunity to learn the fundamentals without having to shoot beside those who are far more experienced.  No experience required.  Please bring a shotgun with a modified or full choke, 7.5 or 8 shot of the appropriate gauge for your shotgun, and cash.  Trap is $5 per round (25 birds).  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed for the duration of this event.    

 

Event Rain Policy

Unless stated otherwise, the following is our policy for inclement weather for outdoor events.  This does not apply to indoor events such as meetings or seminars.  If the Honey Brook forecast predicts a chance of rain greater than or equal to 50% at the beginning or the next hour of the shoot, the shoot will be cancelled.  The decision to cancel will not be made until the morning of the day of the shoot to ensure we have the most accurate forecast. 

April Shoot Schedule

 

4/13-4/14 8am-4:30pm Vinco Training Multi-State Permit Class – MD Wear and Carry, Utah Non-Resident and NJ Concealed Carry Permit Training Class

 

16 Hour class required for the Maryland Wear and Carry (Concealed Carry) Permit. Vinco Instructors are Maryland Qualified Handgun Instructors. We will include instruction on state firearm law, home firearm safety, handgun mechanisms and operation, and the State required qualification.  The course also meets the training requirements for NJ and Utah non-resident permits.  The cost is $350 paid via cash to Vinco Training on the day of the event.  Please RSVP using the link below.  This is a members only event. The pistol range will be closed 4/14 12-4:00pm for this event.  Class fee includes passport photos and fingerprint cards for the Utah permit.  Class fee does not include any state fees associated with the permitting process, live-scan fingerprinting, or any other requirements mandated by NJ, MD, or Utah.  For more information contact Clayton Krieger at 484-888-8766 or Clay@VincoTrainingGroup.com

 

Multi-State Permit Class - MD Wear and Carry, Utah Non-Resident and NJ Concealed Carry Permit Training Class - 2 Day April 13 & 14 - VINCO Training (vincotraininggroup.com)

 

 

4/16 6pm Novice Trap Clinic

 

 

We will be holding a trap shoot for new and inexperienced trap shooters.  Club president Nicholas Minichini, who shot trap competitively in college, will be explaining the fundamentals of trap shooting to the new shooters.  We ask that experienced trap shooters wait for our regular Thursday evening shoots.  This event is to give novice shooters the opportunity to learn the fundamentals without having to shoot beside those who are far more experienced.  No experience required.  Please bring a shotgun with a modified or full choke, 7.5 or 8 shot of the appropriate gauge for your shotgun, and cash.  Trap is $5 per round (25 birds).  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed for the duration of this event.    

 

4/21 Work Party and Tac Range Shotgun/Pistol Day

 

Following the work party, we will be running a variety of timed drills on the Tactical Range.  Drills will focus on shotgun and pistol use.  Please bring a defensive shotgun, pistol, holster, and spare magazines.  The Tac range and shotgun range will be closed for the duration of this event.    

 

4/25 6pm Wobble Trap

 

In place of our normal trap shoots we will be shooting American Wobble Trap.  In wobble trap both the elevation and the windage of the bird changes with each throw.  Shooters can load two shells per bird and take a second shot at the same bird if they miss.  Shooters also change stations after each shot instead of shooting five birds per station at a time.  Be sure your firearms are clear and unloaded before moving to the next station.  Over/unders and semiautos are best suited but pumps and single shots will be allowed. The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed for the duration of this event.      

 

4/26 8pm Tactical Range Night Shoot

 

A night shoot will be conducted on the Tactical Range using weapon lights.  You must have a working mounted weapon light to participate.  The shoot will begin with a safety brief at 8:00, you must be at the safety brief to participate in the shoot.  Participants will complete a variety of timed drills using their weapon light.  This is a great opportunity to test your home defense setup in low light conditions. 

 

 

 

Event Rain Policy

Unless stated otherwise, the following is our policy for inclement weather for outdoor events.  This does not apply to indoor events such as meetings or seminars.  If the Honey Brook forecast predicts a chance of rain greater than or equal to 50% at the beginning or the next hour of the shoot, the shoot will be cancelled.  The decision to cancel will not be made until the morning of the day of the shoot to ensure we have the most accurate forecast.

 

May Shoot Schedule

 

5/19 Work Party and Tac Range 2-Gun Shoot

 

Participants will complete a timed run of the course using a combination of rifle and pistol. Scores will be based on both time and accuracy. Semi-automatics are recommended, though the course can be run with bolt action rifles and revolvers for an added challenge. Shooters will have the ability to run the course as many times as they would like to refine their score. Shooters should be comfortable moving through a course of fire with a loaded firearm and should be proficient with the particular firearms they are using.  All firearms permitted under the current Tactical Range guidelines are permitted for use. This is a great opportunity to test your home defense setup in dynamic conditions!  The Tactical Range and Shotgun Range will be closed for the duration of this event. 

 

Recommended Equipment: 

 

- Pistol/Revolver with a minimum of 30 rounds, holster, and spare magazine/speedloader

 

- *belt-mounted magazine carrier is optional, reload can be conducted from a bench/pocket if necessary;

 

- Rifle/SBR/Pistol-Caliber Carbine with a minimum of 60 rounds (30 rounds per course of fire), spare magazine recommended.

 

 

5/21 6pm Novice Trap Clinic

 

We will be holding a trap shoot for new and inexperienced trap shooters.  Club president Nicholas Minichini, who shot trap competitively in college, will be explaining the fundamentals of trap shooting to the new shooters.  We ask that experienced trap shooters wait for our regular Thursday evening shoots.  This event is to give novice shooters the opportunity to learn the fundamentals without having to shoot beside those who are far more experienced.  No experience required.  Please bring a shotgun with a modified or full choke, 7.5 or 8 shot of the appropriate gauge for your shotgun, and cash.  Trap is $5 per round (25 birds).  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed for the duration of this event.    

 

 

5/23 6 P.M. Doubles Trap Shoot 

 

In place of our normally scheduled trap shoot we will be shooting doubles trap.  Doubles Trap works similarly to American Trap but the shooter must fire at a pair of birds launched simultaneously.  To participate, bring an over/under, pump, or semiautomatic shotgun. Over/unders and semiautomatics would be best suited.  A round consists of 25 pairs of birds so you will need 50 shells per round. The cost per round will be $10.  Come on out and give this challenging variation a try.  The pistol, shotgun, and tactical range will be closed during this event.  

 

 

5/24 8:00pm Tactical Range Night Shoot 

 

A night shoot will be conducted on the Tactical Range using weapon lights.  You must have a working mounted weapon light to participate. The shoot will begin with a safety brief at 8:00pm, you must be at the safety brief to participate in the shoot.  Participants will complete a variety of timed drills using their weapon light.  This is a great opportunity to test your home defense setup in low light conditions.  

 

 

5/30 7pm CPR Course

 

Join club member & AEMT Tristan Gledhill for a CPR course. Learn how to recognize a patient in cardiac arrest and steps you can take to help save a life including CPR and AED use. 

 

 

Event Rain Policy

Unless stated otherwise, the following is our policy for inclement weather for outdoor events.  This does not apply to indoor events such as meetings or seminars.  If the Honey Brook forecast predicts a chance of rain greater than or equal to 50% at the beginning or the next hour of the shoot, the shoot will be cancelled.  The decision to cancel will not be made until the morning of the day of the shoot to ensure we have the most accurate forecast. 

bottom of page