LAST UPDATED 7-7-2015

 

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WE SHALL NOT FORGET

 

GOD BLESS AMERICA

 

The Stillwater Rod and Gun Club, located in Easton, N.Y. is composed of sportsmen with diverse interests that include 

hunting, boating, fishing, target shooting, archery, education of our younger family members and

neighbors, teaching safety, and simply enjoying their families and the great outdoors.

THE SARATOGA COUNTY SHERIFF, MICHAEL ZURLO, HAS AUTHORIZED A

PRESS RELEASE ANNOUNCING A FORMAL PATH THAT SARATOGA COUNTY

RESIDENTS CAN TAKE TO OBTAIN AN UNRESTRICTED PISTOL PERMIT.

CLICK on the "SARATOGA COUNTY PERMITS" TAB ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THIS PAGE

TO READ THE COMPLETE PRESS RELEASE

All Members Note: With the construction going on at the range, your patience and understanding

is greatly appreciated.  The men doing the construction would appreciate all members not using

large bore weapons or automatic weapons until construction is completed.

While men are working anywhere near the firing paths, the range will be closed to

all shooters.  It is estimated that all work will be completed by the first week in September.

The Board of Directors wants all members to know-

1- All members must have their membership cards with them when on club property.

2- Anyone wanting to camp / stay overnight at the club must first be approved by the Board of Directors.

     Dean Foster is now the person to book parties or camping on club property.  He is in charge of Buildings and

     Grounds and can be reached at 695-1234 or 925-5405.

 

PLEASE NOTE: There is a $25.00 / night charge for every night over 2 nights when camping.  Also, to hold a

private party on the picnic grounds, there will be a $50.00 charge and pre-approval from Dean Foster is also needed.


 

3- All of the activity that you see at the picnic area is from the G.E. dredging crews.  In return for some much needed road repairs, they are parking in the big field. Members enjoying the area should not be inconvenienced.


 

4- Finally, keeping safety foremost in our minds :  All members are reminded to watch where they are shooting, and do not fire while anyone is on the range changing targets. 

 

 

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