Activities available to the members: two rifle ranges (100 and 200/300 yards), two 50 yard pistol/rimfire ranges, trap and skeet ranges, 5-Stand, dog training/Field Trials, archery range, Practical Pistol and 3-Gun matches, picnic pavilion, camping, fishing, hunting, education and conservation.
The club mailing address is Crooked Creek Conservation Club, PO BOX 275, Perry, OH 44081-0275
|Map of Club Grounds||Membership Application||Newsletter August 25, 2015|
Please print double sided on 50# (Greeting Card) paper if possible.
|Rules of Conduct||
New membership applications require
a Club Member to be listed
Please note the Ohio Sales Tax has been raised to 6.75%!
Target Stands - how to use
Fresh sticks have been placed with the stands on the pistol bays.
Please bring cardboard and a staple gun with you.
Please return the stands under the cover when you finish.
This will protect them from the weather and allow the grass to be cut.
|Summary of Activities||Club Calendar of Events|
Members only page.
Use the 2015
Class on October 3-4, 2015
Building a Nation of Riflemen
Can you hit a target at 25 yards? How about at 500 yards? Whether you are are new to the shooting sports or a seasoned shooter Appleseed will be able to teach you a thing or two.
For the new shooter we can teach you to use your rifle safely and also be able to hit your target. For the seasoned shooter we can teach you to shoot more accurately - even out to 500 yards.
Project Appleseed can help transform you from a man with a rifle into a Rifleman. A Rifleman is more than a man (or woman) with a rifle. A Rifleman understands that owning and mastering a rifle is part of his heritage as an American. And he knows why: This is a nation founded by Riflemen -- men and women skilled in the use of arms.
Those skills served the colonists well when they stood up to the British on April 19, 1775, at Lexington and Concord, and routed the British forces that tried to seize the colonists' arms. They did it with grit, with determination, and with superior skill in marksmanship. They pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to the task. And they didn't stop until they had won. Throughout history, Riflemen have embodied personal responsibility and been pillars of their communities, characteristics that are becoming ever more rare in our nation.
At Project Appleseed, we want to return America to being a nation of Riflemen. And we want you to join us.
The Youth Weekend pheasant shoot will be
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Work Party Dates:
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Please do not use this product on the club grounds as
it is illegal to possess once it has been mixed.
Under Ohio Law, it is considered Dangerous Ordnance after mixing.
See Ohio Revised Code 2923.11
The range safety course, required for all members who wish to use the rifle and pistol ranges, is conducted on the Second Sunday at 12:00 Noon from March to January. Members need only attend once. A green badge will be issued and then you are welcome to use the ranges.
OK, now I’m sure you’re asking, what the heck is air gun field target?
Well, the goal of this sport is to provide the most fun possible while using an air gun! We combine the attributes and precision of formal bull’s-eye shooting with the instant gratification of seeing targets fall. We shoot at unmarked distances like they do in 3-D Archery. Our matches are set up in a natural hunting type environment where the shooter must take into account varied distances and wind. There you have it, Air Rifle Field Target!
2015 Match Schedule:Sight-in range opens at 8:00 AM
Occasionally, the clay target venues might be closed on a Sunday for unanticipated reasons. For instance, we were closed two days in 2007 because of storm related power failures. We were also closed two days because the snow was so bad, we could not get the plow to the clubhouse. If you have any question whether or not the club is open for shooting, we suggest you call (the phone number for the clubhouse is 440-474-4201) to confirm the club is open before making the drive.
We need Trap & Skeet desk volunteers as many Sundays have no desk coverage. If we do not have volunteers signed up, then we will not be open that Sunday. If you want to shoot, please sign up to cover the front desk. I will not continue to man the front desk when individuals that are signed up do not show up or do not have the courtesy to call and say they cannot make it on such and such a date. We have a large number of shooters and the numbers are growing. New members / new shooters -- Please sign up to take a few Sundays on the front desk or five stand this year and next. Sign up in the book at the clubhouse.
To Volunteer or get more information, contact
David Nofziger @ 440-392-4757 .
The phone number for the
clubhouse is 440-474-4201.
Note: the phone will only be answered on Sunday, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Or when the Trap & Skeet Fields are open.
Our Trap machines came from
5-Stand is a variation of Sporting Clays shooting. Each round consists of 25 targets being shot from 5 different shooting stations. We have seven traps to throw a variety of different types of target presentations.
There are lots of openings for volunteers! If the desk is not staffed, then Trap and Skeet or 5-Stand will not be open that Sunday.
September 19, 2015 match results are up!!!
Universal Sign-up form
For more information or to make your reservation,
call Don Helwick @ 440-354-9984
or e-mail ccrifles2012 a-t gmail d-o-t com
September 12, 2015 results are up!
The new Carry Optics division will be available.
Cost: Crooked Creek Conservation Club members - $50.00,
non-members - $75
Make checks payable to: Crooked Creek Conservation Club
Send your check with your name and a method (phone/email) to contact you to:
Crooked Creek Conservation Club
PO BOX 275
PERRY, OH 44081-0275
Crooked Creek Pistol League
United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA)
Ohio Attorney General - Concealed Carry
Lake County - CHL Application Procedure
Geauga County - CHL Application Procedure
Ashtabula County - CHL Application Procedure
Trumbull County - CHL Application Procedure
Any comments, additions or corrections can be sent to Bud Connolly crooked_D_O_T_creek_D_O_T_email_A_T_gmail_D_O_T_com or 440-259-3512.