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2020 Colorado State Steel Challenge Championship Match

Weld County Fish and Wildlife will be hosting the 2020 Colorado State Steel Challenge Championship Match July 31 – August 2, 2020.

Match Director: Pat Miller –
Range Master & Treasurer: Rick Hoover –
Stats Officers: John & Pam Burkholder –

For questions regarding registration contact John & Pam Burkholder at the above email address.

Please use the below PractiScore link for registration:


The Club is proud to announce a significant upgrade to our Skeet Fields.  The four ancient clay target machines have been replaced with brand new equipment, and the buildings housing the equipment have been re-built and painted, along with the fencing.  Everything looks great, works great, and we have one of the very nicest skeet facilities in the state.  A big shout-out of thanks goes to Pat Miller, Dave Benson, Bill Mason, Jan Schuenemeyer, and Mike and Bob Englund for their very hard work in getting this big project completed.
Not nearly enough of our members take advantage of this fun shotgun sport.  Come on over and give it a try.  A round of skeet costs just $5 for 25 targets.  All you need is a shotgun, some ammo, and a desire to enjoy yourself.  In addition to monthly sanctioned competition, skeet practice is held every Saturday.  There are always experienced shooters there who are happy to help with tips or basic instruction.  Lessons can be arranged if you’re interested.  Click on the Skeet tab for more information.  Man should not live by pistols alone!

Events approved for June

The following events have been approved by the Board of Directors for the month of June and will take place as scheduled provided compliance with our Safer at Home COVID-19 policies can be maintained.

  • Registered Skeet Match on June 7
  • BOD Meeting on June 11
  • Steel Challenge BONUS Match on June 13

  • Military Rifle on June 14
  • USPSA Monthly match on June 21
  • Monthly 3 Gun Match on June 27
  • Monthly ICORE Match on June 28
  • Highpower Fun Shoot on June 28

Range Safety Rules UPDATED

Your Board of Directors are always looking to make WCFW a safe environment for all our members, guests and event participants.  As a result, we have spent many hours with a team to look at any recent safety violations and concerns on the range.  The BOD accepted and put into law these updated Range Safety Rules at the December meeting.  We hope that they are easier to understand and abide by so that all of us can remain safe on the range no matter what we are doing.  Remember, it’s ultimately up to YOU as a member to ensure the safe operation of firearms wherever you are on the range.   Click on the link in this post or visit the RESOURCES page to explore all the PDF documents related to range safety and more. Remember the 4 Cardinal Rules of Gun Safety even when off the range no matter where you are.