Mesquite Shooters Pistol Club Defends Range against Zombies

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Mesquite Shooters Pistol Club (MSPC) members successfully defended their pistol range from marauding Zombies Halloween day.  Twenty five members of the MSPC used three of the four shooting bays in an exciting Halloween day shoot.

Pam Pitcher defending the Mesquite Shooters Pistol Range from the marauding Zombies as Chief Range Safety Officer Ken Ness times and controls the shoot. Submitted photo.

Pam Pitcher defending the Mesquite Shooters Pistol Range from the marauding Zombies as Chief Range Safety Officer Ken Ness times and controls the shoot. Submitted photo.

Chief Range Safety Officer, Ken Ness, set up three different scenarios to the delight of club members.

Various scenarios consisted of distracting zombies prior to dispatching them to the hinterlands, moving to various barricades for superior firing positions and tactfully placing shots for the higher scores for the day. All scenarios were timed to the delight of many and the dismay of a few.  All participants had a great day prior to the evening of “trick or treaters.”

The Mesquite Shooters Pistol Range has four bays for use. All can be used simultaneously. Two new shades have been constructed and two more will be constructed within the next two weeks. Shoots are held at 9 a.m. (Mesquite Time) on Saturday and Wednesday mornings.

All shooters, regardless of experience are welcomed to attend.  The club has NRA trained instructors, NRA trained range safety officers and club-trained safety officers.  Instructors/Range Safety officers are retired law enforcement officers, retired military personnel and NRA trainers from all walks of life.

Anyone wishing more information should contact Ovid Pinckert, 702-346-6314 or Ken Ness, 702-613-4170.

Sec/Treas Vicki Jenks protects “Fluffy” (stuffed bear victim) from the advancing Zombies as Range Safety Officer Ron Ferber times and controls the shoot. Submitted photo.

Sec/Treas Vicki Jenks protects “Fluffy” (stuffed bear victim) from the advancing Zombies as Range Safety Officer Ron Ferber times and controls the shoot. Submitted photo.

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