Covid-19 Update

  1. The ranges at the club remain open for "outdoor" activity you can enjoy individually.
  2. There are chores you can do alone or while practicing social distancing - get in your work hours and "earn" $20/hour.
  3. Gun Raffle tickets can be purchased by mailing a check for $10/ticket to:
       Duane Witherspoon
       10 Gloria Dr.
       Staatsburg, 12580
Please ensure you comply with NYS on Pause guidelines found here.

And remember, we don't want the club to be "reported" for violating the Governor's mandates. If you are approached by the authorities while at the club, please let us know, please comply with their orders, and explain you were enjoying an outdoor activity and practicing social distancing, so you felt you were in compliance. Be polite .. avoid confrontation .. Thanks.


Work hours update:
    Member work hours have been updated (Apr. 2). Report any errors to Chris Algozzine asap. Hours for this membership period must be in by June 15, 2020.

  However, an impromptu shoot is held weather permitting.
  5 Stand Summmer Schedule:
   - Every Friday (9am)
   - First Saturday of the month (9am, Apr - Nov)
   - Fourth Thursday of the month (4pm, Apr - Oct), prior to club meeting

Women on Target Instruction: July 18, 2020:
    Click here for all you need to know about this event!

Gun raffle ends Apr. 23:
   Still time to get your tickets! Click here to view the details.

Initiation Fee:
   Effective immediately, by vote of the members, the initiation fee paid by an applicant has been increased from $180 to $200. Click here for the new fee schedule.

February CESA meeting minutes now available:
    Click here to access the minutes.

February Federation meeting minutes are now available:
    Click here for this or earlier documents.

Skeet/trap house lock changes:
    New locks which require your club key have been installed on the trap houses. Members who learn how to operate the machines can get their keys programmed by Peter K. on any day he is at the club (typically Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays) or contact him to arrange a convenient meeting time. Machine training is available from any senior member of the skeet committee (Jim K, Charlie Szabo, Peter K., Mike Lowe, Tommy Cussick).
Videos have been made depicting how to operate the skeet machines both in American and Wobble mode. Click the links below to view them:
      American Skeet
      Wobble Skeet

Club bulletin board:
   Don't forget that you can request a posting on the clubs online bulletin board. Not only do club members see your posting, but anyone else who visits the club's website yielding a much wider audience. Something to sell, an event coming up or just general information that may be of interest to club members is welcomed. Just email your post to CrumElbow@gmail.com. Check it out from the menu above (Miscellaneous -> Bulletin board) or this link.


Welcome to the Crum Elbow Sportsmen's Association website. Whether you're a first time visitor, prospective member or an established member, you should find whatever information you are looking for about the club here. If not, see the list of contacts who would be happy to help with any questions you may have.
For the first timers, check out all the features of club facilities, such as the clubhouse, skeet/trap, range and the pond. We are located in historic Hyde Park with directions indicated on the map. You may consider becoming a member in which case you can peruse the information required to obtain membership as well as the benefits and responsibilities thereof.
Once you are a member, you probably want to see what's happening at the club (there is always something). And when you have some time to help out at the club and fulfill your work hours, an updated schedule of work party events can be consulted. Members requiring access to the member area can send an email to crumelbow@gmail.com for the id/password to access the page.

Club Objectives

The objectives and purpose of the club shall be to promote safe and ethical outdoor sportsmanship and provide opportunities for shooting sports activities. To that end the club shall seek to provide safe facilities for shooting practice and outdoors sports (ex. archery, rifle shooting, clay shooting, fishing, etc.), provide education and promote participation in the shooting sports, promote social and networking opportunities within the Club membership, the community of outdoors sports, and the public, including those activities which support the Second Amendment of the US Constitution, and build and maintain relationships with local landowners to secure hunting and fishing privileges for our members.

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