LEYDEN RIFLE CLUB
- Leyden, Massachusetts -

Affiliated with the National Rifle Association (NRA) and the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP)

"...the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."


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The LRC pavilion was rebuilt in 2013 at the outdoor rifle range. Many LRC members gave up their days and weekends to reconstruct the pavilion at the outdoor range; the pavilion was reconstructed starting June 2013 and was finished October 2013.

WE ARE GRATEFUL TO ALL THOSE MEMBERS FOR HELPING WITH THE PAVILION.

To view pictures showing the pavilion's reconstruction, click on the link, Pavilion.




LRC's covered firing line, September 2009

(Gone but not forgotten.)

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Paula P.)



View of the "SR" rifle targets (200 yards).

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




View of the 100 and 200 yard ranges from the firing line.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




The 100 yard range with targets from the firing line.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)


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LRC's Clubhouse (front entrance)

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




LRC's Clubhouse (side view)

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




An LRC member shooting prone at a .22 cal 'Mini-Palma' rifle match.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




An 800 yard reduced .22 LR 'Mini-Palma' target (100 yards).

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




The 800 yard .22 LR 'Mini-Palma' target with "sighters" (100 yards).

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)



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The Club's bulletin board at the outdoor range.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




Offhand stage-of-fire at our HP Rifle Match.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)



Offhand stage-of-fire at our HP Rifle Match.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




Offhand shooting with a Springfield 1903-A3 rifle.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Jim V.)




Slow prone stage-of-fire at our HP Rifle Match.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




Slow prone stage-of-fire at our HP Rifle Match.

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Joe S.)




Long-time LRC member, HENRY SMITH (R.I.P.)

(Henry was a former Massachusetts' M1 Rifle State Champion)

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Eric G., date unknown)




Henry Smith talking with Eric G. on a nice summer day.....

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Eric G., date unknown)




"Every rifle club needs a good 'piper'......"

(Photo courtesy of LRC member, Eric G.)


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"In my opinion, the M1 rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised."

- General George S. Patton Jr.        




To read General Patton's speech to the Third Army the day before D-Day 1944....
Click here:   pdf file





Gen. George S. Patton infamous Rhine River crossing into Germany





Gen. George S. Patton's dog the day after he died. (December 21, 1945)


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