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RIP  15 Apr. 2016
 Bill Beerline
PGC member for 55 years

You'll be missed (click for Obit.)
2016 Ronald McDonald House Sporting Clays Tournament
  for info: click here
   Shooting Priorities:
 
1. PGC functions
  2. Listed youth team schedules
  3. Members
See Work Crews here
Hunters Ed Course changes

The price per round for practice targets has changed from 3.00 to 3.50. Guests or non  members is 5.00 per round.
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We have some people who would like to start a Wednesday morning Trap league please contact myself if you are interested. Thank You.

David Janousek

See Trap Warm-Up Procedures below
   Requirements for patterning your shotgun, this message will be posted at the patterning board. The current plate is going to be replaced at considerable expense from damage occurred from being misused.
                ATTENTION !
-EYE & EAR PROTECTION BY ALL PERSONS IN PATTERNING BOARD AREA
- NO STEEL SHOT

- NO SLUGS
- LEAD SHOT ONLY 7.5, 8, 9
- MAXIMUM SHOT CHARGE OF 1 1/8oz
- MAXIMUM VELOCITY OF 1350
- STAY BACK MIN. 16 YARDS
- THERE MUST BE 2 RESPONSIBLE ADULTS PRESENT FOR SCHOOL TEAMS USE
- ALL UNDER THE AGE OF 21 TO BE SUPERVISED.

    
The Papillion Gun Club's first shoot was held Saturday, December 8, 1923 on grounds west of Will Cordes' home in the Northwest part of Papillion. It started at 10 AM with geese and ducks as prizes. Two traps were in use. The second shoot was held Sunday January 31, 1924 but the County Attorney, acting upon complaints of noise, issued an orser to halt the shoot and Sheriff Olderog came out and ordered the sportsmen to cease fire. Another reason given for the order was that it was presumably unlawful to shoot blue rocks on the Sabbath.
     The official organization papers for The Papillion Gun Club were filed in 1923 or early 1924. The club start was informal with about 25 sportsmen on hand for the initial event.
     Today we have a new clubhouse with full kitchen, bar, and restroom facilities -built in 1995 which is available for rent. Our active membership of approximately 120 members enjoy the clubhouse and our six automatic voice-activated "Pat traps" for Trap Shooting. We offer open shooting for our members, two annual meat shoots which are open to the public, trap shooting leagues, practice times for several local youth trap shooting teams, and firearm safety classes.

Grounds Crew members:
Director Bob Olson

Bergeron, Branson, Burns, Haney, Hayes, Labedz, Larsen, Mitchell, Pokorny,
Pollack, Rodgers, Scheerger, Tadlock, Thummel,  Towsend, Trautman, Vasko, White, Woodman, Jonemoni-Antal, Zimmerman.
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Building Crew members: Director Randy Scheffler 
Dischle, Fiala, Galley, Krambeck, Kulkinski, Kustka, Lwandoski, Miller, Misek, Mueller, Neuzil, K. Olson, Rump, Saint, Sautter, TenKley.  
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Trap Crews are contacted by Director Mark Richards.

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      Warm Up Instructions for Trap Machines

          1.  Set Timer to 30 minutes
          2.  Wait 5 minutes
          3.  Only turn on pump (pump switch)
          4.  After 30 minutes turn on machine
Note: This procedure is for initial start-up of trap machines when temperature is below 50 degrees
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  <---(New In-line hydraulic heater)

    
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For any questions or to find more info on Ronald McDonald House shoot contact Curt Mitchell (below)


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