SANNER'S LAKE SPORTSMEN'S CLUB
New Member indoc class. Catch up/last class of the membership year...
More info to come.
Match open to the public.
Find more info at our IDPA webpage.
Course of Fire:
Find more info at our Skeet web page.
Fee (per round):
Find more info at our 5-Stand web page.
**Note - All ranges are CLOSED during the general meeting.
Find more info at our Wobble web page.
Fee (Per round):
Find more info at our Bowling Pins web page.
Sign Up: Not required
NOTE: During the winter months steel poppers will be shot instead of bowling pins as the pins tend to explode in cold weather..
5-Stand or Wobble or skeet or some cruel combination of challenges. RO's Choice!
9am-Noon (Gate open 8:45 am)
First squad starts at 0900 Match POC: Doug Sutheimer email@example.com or Mitch Goddard firstname.lastname@example.org
SLSC Members $5 / round
Non-members $6/ round
Course of fire: #7.5, #8 or #9 shot allowed – 25 shells per round
Class will run from 8 AM until ~5:00 PM. Please arrive promptly out of respect for other students.
Course includes NRA training materials, safety equipment (eye and ear protection), targets, ammunition, range-time and firearms rental, and support of certified firearms instructor(s). NRA Basic Pistol certification will be issued to all qualified participants.
Event will also include a catered working lunch. If you have special dietary needs please contact the lead instructor at least a week ahead of the class.
This event also includes a separate course-module that provides an overview of MD State Firearms Laws, thereby meeting the training requirements for the Handgun Qualification License (HQL). HQL Training Certificates will be issued to all qualified participants.
Event will be held rain or shine. Space is limited so do not dawdle about signing-up.
Course fee is payable at the event. Fee is $75 ($65 for SLSC-members, immediate family of SLSC-members, and for NRA-members) payable via check or cash. Minimum age is 21 (~18 if a parent or guardian is also a participant).
Registration: Register via https://tinyurl.com/yd545sdt
Livescan fingerprinting may be made available at this event at cost of $65 with $5 discount if the application form is completed at least 3 days prior to the class and emailed to email@example.com. Fee is payable directly to SafeHireSolutions, our LIVESCAN provider.
Contact Lead Instructor Doc Holiday if you have any questions or concerns. John is available at firstname.lastname@example.org and at (301) 3730141.
Note - Rimfire Sporter will only be using part of the rifle range. The rest of the range is available for open shooting.
These are essentially scaled-down versions of the NRA High-Power 3-Position Rifle Matches. These are fired at 25 & 50 yards and can be shot with several classes of rifles — open sights, optics, or with AR-type tactical rifles.
22LRs are the most common caliber used in this event. However, .17HMR and .22 Magnums are also welcome.
This event is shot in six (6) discrete stages, with the complete CoF taking less than an hour to complete.
Match is open to the public.
Chris C: mailto:email@example.com
50 yards with a sighting or practice series
Fire ten shots for record slow-fire in the prone position, followed by two five-shot rapid-fire series.
Fire ten shots slow fire and two five-shot rapid-fire series in the sitting or kneeling position.
Targets are then placed at the 25-yard line where shooters conclude with ten shots slow fire and two five-shot rapid-fire series in the standing position.
At Sanners we are running our COFs at 50 yards due to time constraints in setting up the 25 yard line.
More info on our webpage.
Open to the public.
Find more info at our USPSA web page.
Welcome to SLSC's Women-on-Target introductory handgun training class.
This event is limited to females ONLY as it is held as an an NRA Women-on-Target event. This event will run from 8:00 AM to ~5:00 PM. It includes training materials, safety equipment (eye and ear protection), targets, ammunition, range-time and firearms usage, support of NRA-certified firearms instructor(s), NRA “goody-bag”, catered lunch, and offer of a special discounted WoT membership in the NRA. This event also includes a separate non-NRA course-module that provides an overview of MD State Firearms Laws, thereby meeting the training requirements for the Handgun Qualification License (HQL). Event will be held rain or shine. Upon registration via this site, please mail your course-payment (personal check or money-order payable to "SLSC Training") for $75 to:
SLSC (WoT- Put Class Date Here), P.O. Box 1300, Lexington Park, MD 20653
Minimum age is 18. LIVESCAN fingerprinting may be offered by a separate vendor for an additional $60 fee payable on the date of the event via cash, check, or credit card. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact SLSC's Women's Program Chair Barb Saylor at SLSCWoT@yahoo.com or (240) 298-8877.
Sign up for the November 17, 2018 class will be on the NRA website at this link:
Woodstock Classic Military Match
Find more info at our Military Woodstock web page.
Match POC: Mark Swierczek firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule: 3:30 - gate opens for setup and sign in.
First relay: 4:00 - sighters. 4:15 - match starts. 4:55 - match complete.
Second relay: 5:00 - sighters. 5:15 - match starts. 5:55 - match complete.
Contact match director for non-member gate access
Fee: $3.00 for SLSC members and non-members
Sign Up: not required
NRA SR-21 targets at 100 yards. Ten minutes for sighters followed by three strings of 10 shots each. Each string lasts 10 minutes. Targets scored after each string. Total match round count is 30 (plus sighters). Winners scored by highest individual target and highest combined score. All shots from the bench with front rest and rear bag if desired. No one-piece rests. Official match report sent out via e-mail
Vintage Military Rifle Match
Find more info at our Vintage Military Rifle Match web page.
The CRSO team will be conducting Personal Qualification Standards (PQS) verification assessments for access to the SLSC Blue Sky Range. The verification assessments will be held once a month, please review the SLSC calendar for dates and times. Additionally, please review the SLSC Blue Sky PQS that is posted in the member section of the SLSC website. Members that currently have access to Blue Ranges are not required to go through the assessment process at this time. For questions, please contact
First Match on March 24th is by invitation only in order to work out any bugs as we bring back these matches.
Find more info at our Practical SG web page.
Hunting - 5 rounds or less - sub classes of pump and semi-auto
Home Defense - Over 5 rounds - sub classes of pump and semi-auto
Open - Detachable magazines - sub classes of pump and semi-auto
Field Day for DNR Hunter Education Internet Based Classroom Course.
Find more info at the IDPA webpage.
Match POC: JJ: mailto:SannersIDPA@gmail.com
Daylight Savings Wednesday Afternoon Match
This is a one-time opportunity to get NRA RSO certified, review SLSC RSO/SOP responsibilities, and get the New Member Orientation if you have not previously gone through the class.
Registration is limited to 24 participants
New Member indoc class. Bring:
· Paper and pencil for notes
· Bag lunch or money to get something quick
· Eyes and ears for range tours
· Additionally, you will be required to demonstrate safe gun handling procedures, so please bring your firearm unloaded and cased. LEAVE YOUR UNLOADED FIREARM IN YOUR VEHICLE. At no time is live ammunition allow in the classroom.
Find more info on our IR 50/50 web page.
Mark Swierczek: mailto:email@example.com
Report to the Clubhouse, will finish on the Archery Range
Fee - $20 non-member; $10 members, Military & Scouts
8 am - 5 pm (more likely end around noon)
Limited to 10 Students
Lead Instructor Lead Instructor Gayle Nevis
More info to come...
About Project Appleseed
Find more info on our Rimfire Silhouette web page.
Mark Swierczek: firstname.lastname@example.org
NRA Approved High Power Sporting Rifle
Find more info at our NRA High Power Sporting Rifle web page.
IDPA State Match on Friday and Saturday - all day. Set up on Thursday all day. Match director JJ mailto:SannersIDPA@gmail.com
Club Clean Up Day 8AM to Noon. ALL ranges are closed Club Wide!!!! Maintenance for all ranges will be tasked to those volunteering.
This is a great opportunity get 4 hours of volunteer service to the club.
Find more info at our NRA High Power National Match Course web page.
Youth event that using most of the facilities at SLSC. The Bullseye Range and Shotgun Range will remain open for normal shooting during the events.
Lots of volunteers will be needed. Information to come...
Find more info at our Greenwing web page.
NRA Basics of Personal Protection Inside The Home (PPITH) . Students must attend ALL 2 Days to receive graduation certificates.
Requirements: Students must have already completed the NRA Basic Pistol Class or equivalent. Students must be competent and safe in the use of their centerfire handgun. Students must also have a safe, modern and clean centerfire pistol or revolver in .38 Special / 9mm or larger caliber. Recommend 150+ rounds of factory-new ammunition.
If uncertain as to whether or not you meet the necessary prerequisites, contact the Lead Instructor to confirm before registering.
Sign up on the NRA Instructional website: NRAInstructors.org. Admission is based upon approval by the Lead Instructor.
SLSC Members $100
Course Fee Non Members $150
Lead Instructor: David McCaskill
Mobile (301) 893-4192
DNR Bow Hunter Specialty Course.
United States' Archery Association (USAA) Level-1 Instructor Certification Class for Basic Archery.
Class in the Sanner's Lake clubhouse from 8 to 4 with classroom and archery range time. Lunch will either be brown-bag or we can give folks ~45 minutes to run out for fast-food.
Cost is $75 for the general public.
Cost is $50 for SLSC-Members and family/friends.
Cost is $50 for Youth 16 and up, and Adult Members of Youth Groups (i.e. Boy-Scouts, Girl Scouts, Awana, Trail Life, etc.).
Fees are payable at the event with cash or checks payable to "SLSC-Training".
We provide all materials, including bows/arrows/etc. or you can bring your own gear. Class includes longbows, recurves, compounds, and crossbows.
POC for class is SLSC Archery Director, Gayle Nevis, email@example.com.
MD DNR Hunter Education Class - Traditional Classroom Format.
Refuse To Be A Victim® --- The award-winning crime prevention and personal safety seminar, Refuse To Be A Victim®, will be conducted on February 27, 2019, at Sanner’s Lake Sportsmen’s Club, 21374 Sanners Road, Lexington Park, MD 20653 from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. This particular seminar is a women-only session and costs $20 to attend. Refuse To Be A Victim® Seminars teach methods to avoid dangerous situations and prevent criminal confrontations. Experts agree the most important factor in surviving a criminal attack is to have an overall safety strategy before you need it. Seminar topics address personal safety issues as well as home, automobile, telephone, technological, and travel security. Seminar participants are presented with information about a variety of common-sense crime prevention and personal safety strategies and devices they may integrate into their daily lives. Content is age appropriate for teenagers and older.
To register please contact certified Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructor, Jennifer Daniel, at 757-748-0740 or register online at the following link.
Fee- $20 non-members; $10 member, military, and Scouts
08:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Most likely end around noon.)
Limit to 10 students
Lead Instructor - Gayle Nevis
Annual Elections and By-Laws changes. Held at the HVFD Bingo Hall.
Toys for Tots Fundraiser at the Pistol Pits. Come out and help make this annual fundraiser a success!
Shooting times are:
Three stages - .22LR Rifle, 9mm pistol and 12 ga shotgun
$40 for all three stages
Side match - shotgun vs Texas Star and .22LR pistol vs plate rack
Side matches are $10 each.
POCs: Jared Wood and Chris Viverette
Except for the Shotgun Range the entire Club, ranges, Ponds and Grounds are closed for hunting season Nov 24 - Dec 8.
The class will examine personal equipment that will be used, tree stand safety, suspension trauma, and specification of the elevated stands located at Sanners Lake. After a classroom lecture, participants must score greater than 90% on a 20 question written exam, sign an injury waiver, inspect full body harness for serviceability, inspect fall arrest system for serviceability, successfully perform a self-rescue/recovery in a training environment to gain confidence in their safety equipment, and lastly properly demonstrate the proper user of archery range stands and equipment.
Upon successful completion of the curriculum, the SLSC members card will be stamped, and combination given to the stand.
Participants must bring:
Serviceable Full Body Harness (FBH).
Fall Arrest System (FAS). The FAS must be at least 10 feet long, carabiner, and Prussic knot.
Extra Carabiner to lock the Fall Arrest System (FAS) into D-link.
Non-electronic Signaling device (whistle).
Haul line for equipment.
Proper shoes (nothing that will fall off climbing).
Equipment must be rated for the owner and their equipment.
Equipment expires after 2019
Sanners Lake Sportmen's ClubPO Box 1300, Lexington Park, MD 20653