Tuesday, April 4, 2023
Wednesday, March 15, 2023
Thursday, March 9, 2023
TOP GUN SHOOTING EVENTS
There will be four TOP GUN shooting events held this year. The first one is scheduled for Saturday April 15th 2023 starting at 10 AM. until all registered persons have shot. There is no cost to enter this event.
This event will include all 10 TOP GUN categories:
- .22 Rim fire rifle. 15 shots 5 at 50 feet offhand, 5 at 50 yards offhand 5 at 100 yards bench rest.
- .22 Rim fire pistol. 10 shots 5 at 50 feet offhand, 5 at 50 yards bench rest allowed.
- Rapid fire .22 Rim fire pistol. 5 shots at 25 yards offhand in 5 seconds.
- Rapid fire Center fire pistol. 5 shots at 25 yards offhand in 5 seconds.
- Center fire pistol 5 shots 3 at 50 feet offhand and 2 at 50 yards bench rest allowed.
- Center fire rifle 5 shots 3 at 50 yards and 2 at 100 yards offhand.
- Long range rifle. 3 shots at 250 yards bench rest in less than 2 minutes.
- Muzzle loader rifle 3 shots one at 100 yards and two at 50 yards offhand.
- Shotgun slug. 3 shots one at 100 yards and two at 50 yards offhand.
- Youth .22 Rim fire rifle. 12 shots 6 at 50 feet offhand and 6 at 50 yards bench rest allowed.
This event is limited to club members only, except for the youth .22 rim fire rifle which any youth age 12 to 17 can enter provided they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian on the day of the shoot. Prizes will be awarded to the highest score youth shooters at each event. Youth shoot will be 12-14 years old and 15-17 years old.
You can register for the shoot by contacting any of the TOP GUN committee members. Tom 315-835-5502, Keith 315-568-9710, Moe 315-651-0546, Nate 315-651-8236, Andrea 315-210-0853 giving your name and what categories you want to shoot in. Walk ups will be allowed only if time permits.
You must provide your own firearm, ammo and a gun case. All firearms will be unloaded, inside a case until it is time for it to be used at the firing line. The club will provide the Official TOP GUN targets. If time permits you may shoot more than once in a category.
Rules for each category are posted inside the club range building, it is recommended that you review them prior to the shoot. The rules will be explained at the shoot.
Based on the amount of participants there maybe time limits set for the categories that don't already have them.
The three other TOP GUN shoots are scheduled for Saturdays June 3rd, August 5th and October 7th 2023.
Saturday, March 4, 2023
Results from the February 26th 2023 Squirrell hunt
Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Friday, February 3, 2023
Monday February 6th is a club meeting.
Due to the February 4th squirrel/rabbit hunt being cancelled. Mondays club meeting will include squirrel chili for those who would like to taste/try it.
Sunday, January 29, 2023
Rules for the Gray Squirrel/rabbit hunt scheduled for Saturday February 4th 2023
Lunker squirrel only the heaviest squirrel will win a prize
Saturday, January 21, 2023
RESULTS from the FIRST gray squirrel/rabbit hunt are in.
Tuesday, January 3, 2023
The 2023 squirrel and rabbit hunts have been scheduled.
There will be three gray squirrel and rabbit hunts this year the dates are Saturday January 21st, Saturday February 4th and Sunday February 26th.
Smallest squirrel only the smallest by weight squirrel will win a prize.
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Monday, November 7, 2022
Kuneytown Monthly Meeting Postponed
Due to club construction, the Kuneytown monthly meeting has been postponed until Wednesday Nov 16th.
Tuesday, November 1, 2022
Monday, October 24, 2022
Wing night has Started! Come and join us for Thursday Night Wing Night. Serving starts at 6PM. We hope to see you there enjoying great food and great people.
Saturday, September 24, 2022
in spreading the word if you support our hunting heritage, wildlife, and habitat conservation!”
Sunday, February 20, 2022
Rules for the Gray squirrel hunt scheduled for Sunday February 27, 2022
The final hunt of the season is scheduled for Sunday February 27, 2022. It will be a by weight, single person event with a lunker and smallest squirrel category.
Kuneytown is a member of the Seneca County Federation of Sportsmens Club, Inc. This is what they do.
SENECA COUNTY FEDERATION OF SPORTSMENS CLUB, INC.
Who are we?
We are a not-for-profit organization. Our goals are to aid in the formulation and establishment of sound policies, regulations and practices. Designed to conserve, protect, restore and perpetuate fish, wildlife and their various habitat, as well as scenic and recreational areas used by sportsmen/ women. To help ensure that these policies, regulations and practices are based on proven science and good management principles. Not the general public opinion. With special regard to Seneca County and the State of New York.
To aid the efforts of individuals, organizations and government agencies in the preservation of our heritage of hunting, fishing, trapping, shooting and archery sports.
To educate the people of Seneca County and the State of New York of the rights of all sportsmen /women.
To represent the sportsmen/ women of Seneca County with reference to their rights to hunt, fish, trap and participate in archery and shooting sports, as well as their 2nd amendment rights to keep and bear arms.
The Federation consists of fifteen organizations and a number of individual members, representing approximately 3,000 persons, that all share these goals and are located and/or live in Seneca County.
Buck Bowmen Field Archery
Canoga Sportsmen’s Club
Canoga Springs Rod and Gun Club
Finger Lakes Conservation Club
Interlaken Sportsmen’s Club
Kuneytown Sportsmen’s Club
Lodi Rod and Gun Club
MacDougall Sportsmen’s Club
North Seneca Sportsmen’s and Rifle Club
Seneca County SCOPE
Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension / 4-H Shooting Sports
Seneca Falls Ducks Unlimited
South Seneca Sportsmen’s Club
Waterloo Rifle and Pistol
Waterloo Sportsmen’s Club
We are members of the:
New York State Conservation Council
Finger Lakes Conservation Council
New York State Scope
National Rifle Association
New York State Rifle and Pistol.
What do we do?
Represent Seneca County sportsmen/women on the New York State Conservation Council.
Represent Seneca County sportsmen/women on the Finger Lakes Conservation Council.
Represent Seneca County sportsmen/women on the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Region 8 Fish and Wildlife Management Board.
Maintain a present with State, County and local government legislators to ensure the interests of sportsmen/ women are known and acted upon when and where needed.
Maintain an active relationship with the Environmental Conservation Officers who are assigned to patrol Seneca County.
Actively promote the interest of sportsmen/women thru local news media, publications, internet and public outreach.
How do we do this?
The Federation has active delegates and/or alternate delegates that attend and participate in the two NYS Conservation Council meetings a year, the four Finger Lakes Conservation Council meetings a year, and the six NYSDEC Region 8 Fish and Wildlife Board meetings a year.
Our President and/or other persons within our organization visit our State and local legislators in person and/or thru correspondence when needed. We also invite our local legislators to attend and speak at our meetings and annual Banquet.
The Environmental Conservation Officers assigned to Seneca County are invited to and they do attend most of our meetings. We exchange information in regard to game violation and other items of interest in Seneca County.
We will send letters to the editor of various news media and provide comments for various items/projects that interest us. We have guest speakers at our meeting and at our annual banquet.
We update and maintain the Seneca Federation of Sportsmen’s Club Web site at www.senecacountyfederation.com
What else do we do?
We provide financial assistance for sending children who live in Seneca County to the NYS Conservation Camps every year.
We support and provide financial assistance for various youth and adult shooting, archery, fishing, trapping and hunting programs and events every year. Mostly in Seneca County but not limited to just Seneca County.
We support our second amendment rights as well as all our constitutional rights.
We administer and sponsor the C. Scott Sampson Memorial Conservation Scholarship, which is annually awarded to a Seneca County High School Senior who plans on attending college and studying in the field of environmental conservation.
We support and provide financial assistance for the NYSDEC Region 8 Hunter Safety Instructors banquet which recognizes the dedication of this volunteer group in the educating of our future hunters.
Sunday, January 30, 2022
Results from the second Gray Squirrel hunt 2021
Sunday, January 23, 2022
Rules for the Gray squirrel hunt scheduled for Sunday January 30, 2022
The next hunt is scheduled for Sunday January 30,2022. It will be a by weight, two person team event with a lunker and smallest squirrel category.