Santa Lucia Sportsmen’s Association
10400 Santa Clara Road
P.O. Box 1077
Atascadero, California 93423
(805) 466-9995
slsaboard@gmail.com

ANNUAL EASTER

HAM SHOOT

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Sunday, March 29th

9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.

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2015 Board of Directors 
President- Keith Baker
Vice-President- Frank Murphy
Executive Officer- Butch Phillips
Secretary- John Silva
Treasurer- Linda Lee
Trap Director- Fred Weinstein
Skeet Director- Jerry Dillard
Rifle & Pistol Director- Gary Grabowsky
Junior Rifle Director- Jay DeCou
Member-at-Large
Nick Mosich & Ken Weaver

Shooting hours are from 9:00 am until the red safety lights and horn come on. The lights are scheduled to come on close to 6:00 pm. Once the lights illuminate shooting time is over regardless.  

 



 

 


The purpose of the Santa Lucia Sportsmen's Association is to educate the general public to the importance of fish and wildlife conservation and to solicit their cooperation in any program undertaken to do so.   We promote and assist the public and law enforcement with a safe area for training and competition and recommend and support development of junior shooting programs.  We promote gun safety as well as sport and target shooting.

We encourage goodwill and cooperation of land owners, farmers and ranchers in conservation and development of natural cover and preservation of game and to cultivate a better program of land posting against hunting and fishing.

The Associaiton supports legislation for maintaining  Second Amendment rights and the development of fish and game resources.  We support programs to develop the game of this area and the entire state.

Attention all Members!

This notice is a reminder to all members that firearm and range safety needs to be your top priority whenever you are on-site at the Club property.  This applies to users of all ranges, including rifle, pistol, trap, skeet and archery. All safe weapons handling rules are strictly enforced to prevent injury to all members, guests and to prevent damage to club and personal property.

This requires that all shooters handle their weapons safely, loading only at the appropriate time, and paying attention to what is happening around them, on adjacent or nearby ranges, in open areas along the hillsides and other activities that are being conducted by members, neighbors, maintenance workers and law enforcement personnel.   The berms around the ranges are intended to help minimize and reduce safety hazards and risks, but cannot be taken as a substitute for common sense and strict adherence to the safety rules.

If you see anyone violating these rules, please take detailed notes with as much information as possible and report to the Board. If an emergency or hazardous condition exists that you are not able to safely correct, contact a Board Member at the phone numbers listed on the gate. The SLSA has maintained an excellent safety record and it is everyone's responsibility to ensure it continues.

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) made a video on ‘Introduction to Range Safety and Etiquette’.  We encourage all members to take a look at the video.  Remember, firearms safety depends on you.