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Every Sunday at 1:00 p.m. and Mondays at 5:00 p.m. the club offers open
trap shooting. Public welcome. Bring your shotgun and shells and you can
shoot a round of 25 clays for only $3.00
The club hosts four trap teams that compete in the Greater Lowell Trap League. The trap field is open to the public on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., weather and daylight permitting, for $3.00 per round. Starting on March 5, 2018 trap will also be open on Mondays at 5:00 p.m.
The Centralville Sportsmen's Club archery field has something for every archery enthusiast. Stationary targets at 20, 30, and 40 yard distances are excellent to hone your skills. To simulate shooting from a tree stand there are two 20-foot tri-ladder stands to shoot from. And for the most realistic practice, try the 30-station 3-D range.
The club hosts a pistol team that competes in the Merrimack Valley Pistol League (MVPL) with .22 caliber pistols at 50' in an indoor range. Competition follows the NRA gallery course match consisting of slow fire (10 rounds in 10 minutes), timed fire (two strings of five rounds, 20 seconds per string), and finally rapid fire (two strings of five rounds, 10 seconds per string).
The Middlemiss 5k race at the Dracut High School Complex was a huge success again this year with more participants than ever.
The Centralville Sportsmen's Club was out in force once again to ensure that all participants could find a safe parking spot without being boxed in. Approximately 40 club members in orange shirts spent the morning directing hundreds of participants to every available parking spot.
Every lot, from Lakeview Ave to the back soccer fields, was utilized and filled to capacity. Parking was one task the Middlemiss Foundation didn't have to worry about.
The Centralville Sportsmen’s Club was out in force once again for a great cause. THANK YOU to all those members who were able to help. Anyone who was there soon realizes that this event would not be possible without the team of orange shirts guiding cars to safe parking spots.
It is unbelievable the number of members who show up time and time again in support of these community events. It was a challenge for us to find parking spots for all the cars which was both an aggravation and a ton of fun at the same time! Many of us became experts at parking logistics in a short period of time while having a great time and meeting a lot of wonderful people.
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