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The Arlington Sportsmans Club #5118246 05/19/14 01:23 PM
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Guys,

I'm interested in becoming a member of this club. I've been using Alpine but it's always crowded and only has 100yd range, the people at Alpine have always been really nice and helpful but I want a place where I can spend time working on my reloads etc in relative peace and am hoping Arlington Sportsmans club is the place and it has a 200yd range too as I understand it.

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Mel

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Great place and great people at ASC. You will not be disappointed! I wish I lived closer and I would be a member. But I do shoot there every chance I get.

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ME too, I used to shoot in the rim fire bench rest matches. Great club, great folks


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Re: The Arlington Sportsmans Club [Re: Deerhunter61] #5133187 05/29/14 04:41 AM
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It's been a few years, but ASC was AWESOME when I was a member. I do not know if it is still the case, but there used to be a waiting list of over a year to join.


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I'm a member and it is a great club to be associated with. Good people, top notch ranges. Can't beat the cost to join and shoot on their various courses, Skeet 3$, 5 stand&trap 4$, 100rnd Sporting Clays 20$. Unlike the local public range, Their equipment actually works.


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Originally Posted By: tuf-duc
I'm a member and it is a great club to be associated with. Good people, top notch ranges. Can't beat the cost to join and shoot on their various courses, Skeet 3$, 5 stand&trap 4$, 100rnd Sporting Clays 20$. Unlike the local public range, Their equipment actually works.


Ditto. I'm a member as well.


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Guys,

Someone said there is a year long waiting list is this true? As I understand it I'd need a couple of recommendations from members. Would either or both consider meeting me and be willing to recommend me?

Mel

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Dale Smith, runs the .22 Matches, his email is dalesmith22@att.net. He might help, he's a SUPER GREAT guy!!


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I PM'd you Mel


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Shot sporting clays there Saturday. Great targets, great folks!!

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There is no waiting list for membership.


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I have been looking for a place for my son. Kyle is a member of the Marcus Clay Target Team and we are looking for a place to join and a place that I can bring him for practice and it looks like the ASC may fit our needs. Now, I know no one that is a member and the site say's it can take up to 4 month for approval. How I can go about meeting and getting member support for joining the club?

Thanks - Greg Stewart 972.467.9534


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Originally Posted By: GPS
I have been looking for a place for my son. Kyle is a member of the Marcus Clay Target Team and we are looking for a place to join and a place that I can bring him for practice and it looks like the ASC may fit our needs. Now, I know no one that is a member and the site say's it can take up to 4 month for approval. How I can go about meeting and getting member support for joining the club?

Thanks - Greg Stewart 972.467.9534


Every Saturday morning there is a shotgun shoot that the public is welcomed to shoot. Everyone there is very friendly. Check the calendar on the website if you prefer to show up on sporting clays /5 stand / skeet / trap / ect weekend.

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Had a great SC shoot this weekend with over 100 guys coming out to enjoy the morning. Next shoot is August 9th. Mark it on your calendars.


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I am a member as well. No 1 year waiting period. Awesome people and facilities!

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Great club for shotgun sports and archery. Was a member of ASC for over 20 yrs with no problems. Had a run in on the 100 yd rifle range with 2 idiot Range officers last April, decided it wasn't as good a Club as I thought. I shoot now at Tac Pro or Quail Creek. Both better ranges for long distance shooting. Both ranges have great people to help you if you need it.

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Re: The Arlington Sportsmans Club [Re: Deerhunter61] #5675391 03/30/15 03:19 AM
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Hi Everyone,

This is my first post on this forum (or any other, kind of behind the times). Interested in joining Arlington Sportsman's Club. Are there any members who would be willing to meet me and decide if they are comfortable endorsing my application? Just looking for a safe place to teach the kids to shoot. My daughter has become interested in archery.

Thanks

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Originally Posted By: grpvnshooter
Hi Everyone,

This is my first post on this forum (or any other, kind of behind the times). Interested in joining Arlington Sportsman's Club. Are there any members who would be willing to meet me and decide if they are comfortable endorsing my application? Just looking for a safe place to teach the kids to shoot. My daughter has become interested in archery.

Thanks


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They have a work day coming up, come out and help and i am sure you can get the required 2 sponsorships needed.


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