Purpose: To provide an opportunity for women to learn and experience a variety of outdoor skills. To meet other women who want to participate in outdoor activities.
All weekend will be "hands on" learning. Come to participate, don't expect to prop your feet up and be waited on, but expect a GREAT time. All equipment & ammo will be furnished (except for Intermediate Archery)
Friday May 6th, 2016 and Saturday May 7th, 2016
Washtenaw Sportsman Junior Archery Program will start on Saturday October 10, 2015.
We have 3-D Archery Fun Shoots, Archery Leagues, Pistol Shoots, Trap and Skeet, Black Powder Shoots of all kinds, 22 Small Bore Bench Rest Matches, 22 Silhouette Matches, Cast Bullet and Center Fire Benchrest Matches, High Power Matches, Long Range Prone Matches & Varminter Matches to name a few.
So come on out and visit us, meet new people, make new friends and most of all - Get outside in Michigan this weekend, it's a great place to be!
The PPT Group will now be CPL/PPT
This is to be more in line with the training we do.
Same phone number, same contact email.
See Events Calendar for upcoming classes.
Washtenaw Sportsman's Club requires the use of an Open Bolt Indicator or OBI for all firearms on the rifle and pistol ranges. This includes all casual shooting, members and non-members alike.
Why not give your family something that you can all enjoy? A WSC Membership! Learn how you can become a WSC Member.
Washtenaw Sportsman's Club is no longer accepting new member candidates for 2015. If you would like to complete an application and be placed on a waiting list, you may attend the General or BOD meetings and see Mike Spence or Jen Davis to be placed on the waiting list.
Looking to find the results from the most recent matches hosted by Washtenaw Sportsman's Club? Click the link below to download what you are seeking.
The Washtenaw Sportsman's Club is a shooting sports facility located in Ypsilanti Township of Washtenaw County covering 190 + rolling wooded acres. It features:
The Ten Commandments of Firearms Safety should be etched in your memory forever. Let them govern your actions wherever and whenever you're involved with firearms. In the woods. On the range. Or in your home.