Buccaneer Gun Club
P.O. BOX 681 - Wilmington, NC 28402
NOVEMBER 2007 NEWSLETTER
MONDAY, November 12, 2007 - 7:00 P.M. Carolina BBQ Restaurant
Sat. 3 Club Workday 8:00 am
Sat. 10 Cowboy Action Match 9:00am
Sun. 11 Smoked Turkey Open, Skeet 1:00 pm
Mon. 12 Club Meeting 7:00 pm
Sat. 8 Cowboy Action Match 9:00 am
Sun. 9 Ho-Ho-Ho Open, Skeet 1:00 pm
Mon. 10 Club Meeting 7:00 pm
BUCCANEER GUN CLUB WEB SITE: www.buccaneergunclub.org
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START OF UNAPPROVED MINUTES for the 10/8/07 Meeting:
Meeting convened at 7:00 pm, 16 members and 2 guests present. The August, September and October Minutes and Treasurer’s report were approved.
Unfinished and Old Business:
Still no report on amendment to the bylaws on dismissing a member for cause.
The Friends of NRA banquet was cancelled. There was not enough interest.
The club voted to increase the membership by 25 starting in 2008. This amendment to the bylaws will be run in the November, December and January newsletters per the club bylaws.
END OF UNAPPROVED MINUTES for the 10/8/07 Meeting.
DUES AND WORKDAY ASSESSMENTS COMING UP
It’s that time of year again – the Clubs annual dues and workday assessment notices are going out with the December newsletter. They must be in the Club mailbox by January 31 or your membership will not be renewed. There are no exceptions to this rule.
In order to send the dues notices, everyone will receive the December newsletter via the US Postal Service Please make sure the Club has your correct mailing address.
2007 Membership Application List (as of 11/1/2007)
Applicant BGC Sponsor
1. John McCoy Ray Campbell
2. Frank Zito* Jim Caison
3. Ronald Gregoire* Jim Shaw
4. Jim Cushing* Rayford Marrett
5. Larry Coble* Charles Gambino
6. Andy Bessellieu* Jerry Rouse
7. Wayne Varner* Vic Grose
8. Tom Craven Walter Craven
9. Kevin Croom Don Alercia
10. Ron Waidlich* Robert McHenry
11. Bill Fortune, Jr.* Jerry Fipps
12. Hermon Smith Ray Campbell
13. Keith Lane Greg Taylor
14. Justin Marsh* Mike Marsh
15. Robert Hansard Danny Buck
16. Alan Jones Jim Caison
17. Edward Mitchell Jim Caison
18. Norfleet Jones Jerry Fipps
19. Harold Klick Don Pelling
20. Martin Sevek Bill Harding
21. Phillip Denardo Andrew Barton
Applicant BGC Sponsor
22. Ron Baggett Bill Harding
23. David Miller* Chris Benedict
24. Jack Phillips Kevin Hill
25. Steven Croom Ed Weingart
26. Mitch Lamm Dick Brame
27. Patrick Kite* Sholar Powell
28. Joe Mayfield Ed Weingart
29. Eric Leo Ray Campbell
30. Mickey Embler Don Pelling
31. Joel Joyce Scott Jamison
32. Tom Dixon Ray Campbell
33. Barry Rhody Richard Dunlea
34. Robert White Ed Weingart
35. Archie Barringer II Robert McHenry
36. Cory Williams Richard Thompson
37. Richard Blalock Jerry Fipps
38. Alton Herndon* Brad Phillips
39. James Longley Jerry Fipps
40. Howard Stein* Jack Kilbourne
41. Cobern Peterson Charlie Ruppe
* - denotes applicant from Waiting List
Please let the Secretary know if someone you sponsored is missing from the list.
OCTOBER ACTION PISTOL MATCH (Sholar Powell):
We had the highest turnout of the year for our last match….guess the free fried chicken had an impact on attendance! Had plans for 7-8 shooters, and we ended up with at least twice that number of both shooters and spectators. Kevin Hill had to make a quick run to Leland for re-supply on fried bird. Campbell succeeded in locking his keys in his truck for the 40-leventh time this year. When it was mentioned that a lot of folks kept spare keys in their wallets, Ray pointed to his wallet on the dash…..sometimes you just can’t help it. He coat-hangered her loose and was back in business shortly. Ray also had a “Cowboy” portion of the match; shooters used both pistols and rifles to shoot the Plate and Mover matches. We shot the match as a “freebie” for an end of the year treat, so all scores are reported rather than winners. Hope to see all of these shooters back for the first match of 2008 in April.
FALLING PLATE MATCH
Semi-Auto David Ruehle 440/44x
Jay Della Bella 420/42x
Bill Green, Jr. 390/39x
Ray Campbell 380/38x
Don Pelling 380/38x
Tom Johanson 320/32x
Jay Della Bella 300/30x
Dan Hoemann 300/30x
Jerry Blanchard 290/29x
Lon Layton 250/25x
David Ruehle 220/22x
Avery Hill 220/22x
Rich Ruehle 150/15x
Revolver Kevin Hill 460/46x
Bill Green, Jr. 410/41x
Tom Johanson 390/39x
Avery Hill 330/33x
Cowboy Ray Campbell 350/35x
Kevin Croom 300/30x
Semi-Auto Jay Della Bella 454/30x
David Ruehle 446/30x
Don Pelling 438/20x
Bill Green, Jr. 406/10x
Ray Campbell 403/10x
BUCCANEER RANGE REGULATOR GAZETTE
Headline: Rumor Confirmed, Local Lawyer Has No Heart
afternoon a cowboy lawyer Slowpoke was riding in his covered wagon when he saw
two men along the roadside eating grass. Disturbed, he stopped and he got out
to investigate. He asked one man, "Why are you eating grass?"
"We don't have any money for food," the poor man replied. "We have to eat grass."
then, you can come with me to my house and I'll feed you," the lawyer said.
"But sir, I have a wife and two children with me. They are over there, under that tree."
them along," the lawyer replied.
Turning to the other poor man he stated, "You come with us, also." The second man, in a pitiful voice, then said, "But sir, I also have a wife and SIX children with me!"
”Bring them all, as well," the lawyer answered.
all entered the covered wagon, which was no easy task, even for a wagon as large
as the lawyers. Once underway, one of the poor fellows turned to the lawyer and
said, "Sir, you are too kind. Thank you for taking all of us with you."
The lawyer replied, "Glad to do it. You'll really love my place. The grass is almost a foot high."
The scores went like this:
1 High Noon Henry* Top Gun 212.47
2 Saloon Keeper Silver Senior Winner 235.89
3 Tightwad Senior Winner 237.56
4 Ben Mommicked 49er Winner 242.74
5 Dick Holliday Traditional Winner 253.79
6 Scattergun O’Mally* 49er 260.33
7 Semo Joe Modern Winner 265.07
8 Dodge City Dude Elder Statesman Winner 285.96
9 Patty MacGarret* Traditional 298.00
10 Mopar Kid Senior 322.68
11 Iron Wood Ike 49er 337.55
12 Billy Byrd Traditional 355.36
13 Shady Shyster Senior 380.13
14 Jefro Gun Fighter Winner 391.87
15 Kid Jalao 49er 394.22
16 E-Town Marshall Silver Senior 397.95
17 Irish Lace Ladies Trad. Winner 407.20
18 Snake eye Charlie 49er 408.44
19 Hogg Leg Senior 417.63
20 Henry Hawk Modern 443.64
21 Scrufter Silver Senior 502.61
* Clean Shoot
Be sure to be with us on the second Saturday in November when the Buccaneer Range Regulator’s will have another shootout at our range...So until then don't forget to ......"Take a kid shooting"
BGC Shooters Do Well At State Match
Lon Layton took first place in the North Carolina State IPSC match in the Limited Ten Super Senior Division and Ray Campbell took first place in the Senior Category of the Limited Division.
Results from The Star City Shootout (The VA State SASS CAS Championship).
Bill Wetherill / Ragtime Kid - 1st place Senior and 8th overall with a clean shoot.
Won Cowboy Skeet with a 25 for 25
Karen Wetherill / Carolina Rose - 1st place Ladies Senior and 33th overall
Won Ladies' Cowboy Skeet
Application in to join BGC:
Keven Croom / Castle Hayen Kid - 1st place Men's "B" Western and 31st overall
(New to cowboy action shooting and his 1st state championship shoot)
WHEN YOU USE THE CLUB, PLEASE LEAVE IT IN BETTER SHAPE THAN YOU FOUND IT.
** TAKE YOUR PAPER TARGETS DOWN AFTER YOU USE THEM, DON’T LEAVE THEM UP TO GET WET AND BLOWN ALL OVER THE FIELD.
** PICK UP YOUR BRASS AFTER SHOOTING.
** PICK UP YOUR SHOTGUN SHELLS WHEN DONE AND RELOAD THE MACHINES.