This year the La Crosse Rifle Club annual Hunter’s Sight In will be November 9th and 10th. Time is 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. both days.
Our facilities included covered firing points, shooting distance from 25 yards out to 300 yards available. We will provide the targets, shooting rests, sand bags to shoot from and a spotter.
Last year, during sight in, we found several issues with loose screws on newly mounted scopes. We also were able to adjust some iron sights and do a little gun maintenance.
Have a good and safe 2019 Hunting Season!
La Crosse Rifle Club holds three types of matches; NRA National Match Course, CMP EIC Leg Match and Mid-Range Prone Matches. These matches are for Highpower Rifle, Service Rifle or F-Class Rifle. Distance varies from 200, 300 to 600 Yards. Our range is 15 points wide located south of La Crosse WI.
The 2019 match schedule is posted on the Highpower Rifle / F-Class Rifle page. If you wish to participate in one of these matches, please open the match program and following the information regarding how to enter.
One of our members lost his house to a fire on Friday, February 8th. Steve Dickow is a valued member of the community, a firefighter and member of the La Crosse Rifle Club. The LCFD has a Go Fund Me page to help Steve during this difficult time.
If you’d like to make a donation, please use this link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/f7wzg7
Both the .22 rifle and .22 pistol leagues are cancelled this week due to the extreme cold. Please notify any guests you have invited so they are aware.
La Crosse Rifle Club, Inc. wants to thank all those who participated in the hunter’s sight in event this past weekend. The members present sincerely hope we were able to help and educate those who attended. The covered firing points kept all dry on this raining Sunday.
During sight in, we found several issues with loose screws on newly mounted scopes. We also were able to adjust some iron sights and do a little gun maintenance. A big thank you if you made an extra donation to the club for extra services performed, it goes to the club for range improvements.
This event happens exactly 2 weekends before WI opening Gun Season, roughly the first weekend in November. If you missed it this year, perhaps we can see you next year.