QUINCY SPORT SHOOTING ASSOCIATION
Family Friendly Range, shooters of all ages welcome....
Johnny shoots his record high 17, congratulations!!!
Girls don't have to stay home and play with dolls....
Below: Larry Lawson presents the most presigious and high sought after and coveted "Larry Lawson Award" to Ashley Ayres Lawson and Rueben Halbritter, our 2012 Youth Club Champions.
Our Club: QSSA is a open club to anyone, both members and non members alike, and anyone else wanting to have fun and enjoy your second amendment rights with fellow shooting enthusiasts.
Location: We are located just about 6 miles west of Quincy California on Snake Lake Road, see below for a google map to the range. The property is owned by the United States Forest Service and the Plumas County Sheriff Department is the authorized permittee to utilize the property. The PCSO then utilizes the Quincy Sport Shooting Association to be the managers of the property and keep it in good order.
We welcome everyone, old experienced veterans of the sport to first timers or just someone wanting to get ready for the hunting season, we like to train ladies, youth both boys and girls, and even them thar city slickers that never fired a gun before.
We are also the proud home of the Quincy Junior Trap Team, "Team Quincy" and are seeking junior shooters who would like to participate in our Junior Shooting Program.
Directions to Shooting Range:
From Quincy, take Bucks Lake Road (Oroville-Quincy Hwy) approx 5 miles and turn Right on Snake Lake Road. We are about a half a mile up Snake Lake road on the right.
CLICK >>> Google Map to the Range:
(so the wife don't make you stop and ask for directions, don't you hate that?)
Restroom facilities? sorry, but you can choose between douglas fir, white fir, or ponderosa pine. We now have a porta potty on a trailer for our Special events. Special thanks to Plumas Sanitation for their donation.
Contact Information and Officers:
President Matt Culver 530-394-8390 (Junior Trap Team Head Coach) EMAIL MATT
Vice President Dan Martynn EMAIL DAN
Treasurer Cheryl Pini EMAIL CHERYL
Secretary Carl Bishop 530-816-0544
Range Master Larry Lawson 530-283-1772
SUPPORT OUR LOCAL SPONSORS:
Horton Tire Center, Quincy, California; Ron and Stephanie Horton
QUINCY FIREARMS (FFL) for your firearms purchases and transfers. The "Official Firearms Dealer of QSSA Junior Trap Team":
Plumas Motor Supply (Across from CHP Office in Quincy). The "Official Parts Store" of the QSSA Junior Trap Team. Thanks Ed :-)
Southern Accent 530-383-9292
Mike Wilcox Construction
Special Thanks to American Valley Hardware who donated a Winchester Model 1500 to our youth trap program!!!!
Webmaster Matt Culver 530-283-4606 OR Cell 530-394-8390 (Junior Trap Team Head Coach, Certified American Trap Association Shotgun Coach, RMEF, NRA, and CRPA Member)
EMAIL <<<click to email us
Annual Membership: Senior Membership (62 & over) $15.00
Junior Membership (16 & younger) $15.00
Individual Membership $20.00
Family Membership $25.00
Membership (it pays the bills):
Membership is not a requirement to come join us, however membership is highly encouraged and deeply appreciated to help the club with costs associated with running the club. Insurance, range maintenance, and other needs. Our costs are very affordable compared to other clubs, we do all we can
Junior Programs and Events:
Shooting Program: Every other Sunday, See Schedule
Junior Trap Team: Team Quincy is a member of shootcyssa
Quincy Friends of the NRA, March 9, 2013
Summer League: Late May to Late September each year.
Club Championships "Larry Lawson Award", October, 2013, see schedule.
Feather River Big Game Banquet: September 2013
Turkey Shoot: Weekend before Thanksgiving
Great American Snow Blast: Trap Shoot during First big snow dump of the year
Pistol "Bullseye" Shoots: Begins 21 May 6pm and runs till October. Cost is $1.00 to cover the targets, must bring your own pistol, ammo, safety gear, etc.
Adults: $4.00 per round or for $25.00 you get 7 rounds (save $3.00 if you buy 7)
Juniors-$2.50 for Juniors. AMMUNITION FOR JUNIOR TRAP TEAM MEMBERS IS FREE (WHILE SUPPLIES LAST OF COURSE) THANKS TO THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK FOUNDATION, OUR SPONSORS, AND THOSE WHO PURCHASE DRAWING TICKETS FOR OUR GUN DRAWINGS.
The club has several guns available for beginners and those without firearms thanks tomembers with extra guns and a generous donation from the Friends of the NRA. We also have ammunition available for sale, and reloading supplies on a limited based on availability basis. Call Larry Lawson for details.
CONCEALED CARRY PERMITS:
Dave Lake (Portola, CA) 530-832-4186
Lee Brooks: Quincy, CA 530-249-1205
Dave Hockaday (Minden, Nevada) Dave's Firearm School
George and Phyllis Orloff (Almanor/Westwood, CA) 530-596-4116
Ian James: http://www.tenxem.com/
Other Sporting Clays and Trap Ranges:
click >>> Al Hoop Range
Hunter Education Classes (Westwood, CA)
Rick Roy 530-596-3644
Feather River College Team
Dakota Johnson entertains the crowd in Serpilio Hall at the 2012 Plumas Sierra County Fair. Dakota explained and demonstrated the various duck calls.
Dakota Johnson (left) and Ron Horton (Right) congratulate Susan for winning the hand carved duck donated by Dakota. Dakota's duck recieved honorable mention from the Pacific Flyway Decoy Association competition July 2012 and all the proceeds were donated to the QSSA Junior Trap Team.
QSSA Jr Trap Member Johnny Pini selects and then reads off the winning ticket of the Remington 870 12 gage Shotgun drawing. Looking on is QSSA Club President, Senior Coach of the Jr Trap Team and NRA Life Member Larry Lawson (left) and Ron Horton of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Feather River Chapter and Owner of Les Schwab Horton Tire Center (Right), and Dakota Johnson, Assistant Jr Coach (far right) looks on. The winner of the shotgun was Mike Merkley of Portola. The combined booth at the Plumas Sierra County Fair consisted of the QSSA, NRA, California Rifle Pistol Association, and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and once again was a huge success in getting the word out about the organizations. This year another $1505 was added to the youth trap program ammuniton sells with the help of the volunteers from all the organizations.
Below: On 15 April 2012, Craig Martynn recieves his 25 Straight Certificate from Larry Lawson. Pictured left to right: Blake, Dakota, Justin, Craig, Ruben, Larry and Bobby.Quincy Sport Shooting Association (QSSA)
Members gathered for a nice spring day shoot. Left to Right: Ruben, Larry, Brenda, V, Dakota, Gary II, Johnny, Gary III. Photo by Matt
Below: Justin holds his $10 he won for the Turkey Shoot. Other Turkey Shoot Winners were Ruben, Wayne, Larry (Larry also was the Custer Shoot Winner), Matt, Eric, Craig, Bobby.
THIS IS WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT:
The Pini boys showing off their successful hunt!!!
2011 CLUB CHAMPION AND LARRY LAWSON AWARD RECIPIENT
LINDSEY WINS THE REMINGTON 870 at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Feather River Chapter Banquet:
Below: Ruben (QSSA Jr Trap Team member) and George (RMEF member) running the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Feather River Chapter Booth at the Plumas Sierra County Fair.
Pictured Below: NRA Member and Jr Trap Team Member Blake at the NRA and QSSA Booth.
Range Maintenance on Fathers Day makes the range more wheelchair friendly. If you know someone that is wheelchair bound and would like to shoot then please check our schedule. Vehicles occupying wheelchairs have access directly to the range sidewalks during scheduled shoots. Vehicles can pull right up to the benches.
Special thanks to the Quincy Friends of the NRA for their donation for our range improvements. Once completed the range will have added storage for additional clay targets as well as a covered shooting table.
Attend a Friends of the NRA Event: EVENTS
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation donates $2000.00 to QSSA Junior Trap Team: Ron Horton, Owner of Les Schwab Horton Tire Center, and Chapter Chair of the RMEF Feather River Chapter presents the Junior Trap Team a check for $2000.00. Receiving the check is our 2010 Club Champion and "Larry Lawson Award" recipient Eric Wolfe.
Pictured left to right, front: Matt Culver, Gary Pini III, Noah Ray, Dalton Wilcox, Zach Jensen, Eric Wolfe, Ron Horton. Back Row: Club President and Senior Coach Larry Lawson, Jacob Hurst, Kristian Samuels, Bobby Halbritter, Ruben Halbritter, and Blake Culver.
Top Left, Gary Pini III takes aim, top right, Noah Ray fires while squad looks on, bottom right Eric Wolfe receives $2000 check from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Feather River Chapter Chair Ron Horton.
SENIOR COACH LARRY LAWSON PRESENTS AWARDS TO ERIC WOLFE "2010 CLUB CHAMPION" AND "LARRY LAWSON AWARD" RECIPIENT, 2ND PLACE JACOB HURST, 3RD PLACE RUBEN HALBRITTER
BEGINNERS, WOMEN, and KIDS:
Personal one on one instruction available in both Shotgun and Pistol Marksmanship. We want to pass on to you our marksmanship skills and see you become a member and enjoy with us our 2nd Amendment Rights