2019 VDSC sponsored WI DNR Hunter Safety Classes: Sat. June 8th, Internet field day, 8am – 4pm Sat. July 27th, Traditional Class field day, 8am – 12 Noon Sat. Sept. 14th, Internet field day, 8am – 4pm Sat. Oct. 12th, Internet field day, 8am – 4pm Classes posted on the Wisconsin Go Wild website gowild.wi.gov
Sight-in days Raffle winners. 1st Place-Browning A-Bolt with Nikon scope won by Brooke Pavlick of Oshkosh. 2nd Place Winchester XPR 23 won by Joe Goldapske Fond du Lac. 3rd Place Leopold scope by Jeff Kramer of Oshkosh. thank you for your support of VDSC
LAKE-FLY SHOOT VDSC 200 Yard Challenge Shoot the Lake-Fly @ 200 yards to win. Size of Lake Fly at 200yds = 1/8 MOA. $10 Entry fee per target Any caliber <= .45 Maximum gun weight 17lbs. Shooter gets 5 minutes for 3 sighter shots. On a separate target. Shooter gets 7 minutes for 5 shots on Lake-Fly target. One hole must cut the Lake-Fly to win. Targets with more than 5 shots are disqualified. No rails or lead sleds allowed.
Please be advised when coming out to the rifle range there is no guarantee there will be any targets or staple guns available. The Rifle Range Committee tries to keep targets available but sometimes they are used faster than we can restock them. Occasionally, staple guns disappear, if you accidentally take one home, please return it. Members are encourage to bring their own targets and staple gun. Note: Only paper targets are allowed, hung from the center of the backing
A shotgun patterning board is set-up on the west end of the skeet field. Shotgun patterning is not allowed on the rifle range.