Our goal is to pass on the spirit of the American outdoors-man to the public and our children.  We want to promote safe and responsible gun handling and responsible stewardship of our wild game and game lands.  This site will try to keep our members and the public informed with current information pertaining to the great outdoors.  Thank you for visiting and come back again.

Terry Sproull   TJ



Beaver County Conservation Trap and Small Bore Banquet

Saturday October 25, 2014

Monaca Turners    

 $20.00 per person                   

  • You must prepay Make checks payable to  –  BCCSL

  • Happy Hour 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm—Open Bar

  • Dinner 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

  • Happy Hour 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm—Open Bar

  • Cash Bar after 8:30 pm

  • RSVP & Dead line for payment by

  •    Saturday October 18, 2014

  • Please contact your Club Delegate to RSVP

  • Please include names of those attending, telephone, and the team you are on.

  • Questions call Becky – 724-622-9011


Tickets still available for the

FOAC Fall Gun Bash

Date: 10/11/2014

1:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Location: Washington County Fairgrounds

Address: 2151 North Main Street, Washington, PA 15301

Latitude: 40.2069349   Longitude: -80.2587864

The FOAC Fall Gun Bash Tickets are NOW available and still ONLY $50 bucks, MORE Great Prime Rib. Great guns, great fun. Tickets available soon at Ace Sporting Goods or FOAC online right here.

The Link to buy FOAC Gun Bash Tickets online is live now!  Please CLICK this LINK to Buy YOUR tickets NOW!

Only 1000 Main Entry Tickets will be sold!  Once these are sold out General Admission Tickets will be available for $20 by sending a check with a self addressed stamped envelope to the address below:

FOAC Gun Bash Tickets


NRA Endorses Tom Corbett


On behalf of our five million members across the country, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is proud to endorse Tom Corbett for Governor in Pennsylvania.


Based on his support of and commitment to the Second Amendment, Corbett has earned an “A” rating from the NRA-PVF in the 2014 general election.  An “A” rating is reserved for a solidly pro-gun candidate who has supported the NRA’s position on issues of importance to gun owners and sportsmen.


“Tom Corbett has stood up to the gun control crowd and protected our Second Amendment freedoms in Pennsylvania,” said Chris W. Cox, chairman of the NRA-PVF.  “As Governor, he signed into law ‘Castle Doctrine’ legislation expanding protection to law-abiding citizens for self-defense.  Prior to that, when he served as Attorney General, Tom tripled the number of right-to-carry reciprocity agreements with other states allowing Pennsylvanians to better protect themselves and their families while traveling outside the Keystone state.”


Gov. Corbett has a proven record supporting our fundamental, individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms. He believes hunting is a valuable tool for wildlife management, a positive use of natural resources, and an American tradition that teaches young people responsibility and respect for the outdoors.  In addition, Corbett signed pro-gun “friend of the court” briefs in the landmark Heller and McDonald cases asserting that the Second Amendment guarantees a fundamental, individual right for all law-abiding Americans.


“We can continue to count on Tom Corbett to stand up for our constitutional freedoms in Pennsylvania,” added Cox. “On behalf of the NRA’s five million members, I want to thank Tom for his steadfast support of the Second Amendment and urge all NRA members, gun owners and sportsmen in Pennsylvania to vote Tom Corbett for Governor on November 4.”




The summer Trap league has completed it’s season with FIVE POINTS finishing in 3rd place. Congratulations to Beaver Valley for taking 1st place. See all the trap league results under TRAP LEAGUE SCORES. Monday night trap practice will continue until November 17. The public is welcome and the kitchen is open.


Five Point Members

Send me your hunting photos!!! or fishing or any thing you would like to share with us.





ED Henley with Ty. This was Ty's first goose

ED Henley with Ty. This was Ty’s first goose

                                                                                                                                          Thanks Ed!


Ty with his first goose


The kitchen is open again on Monday nights during trap practice. Harold and his crew will be cooking up some special dinners for us and I am sure it will be great. So bring your shotgun and your apatite and enjoy the evening at FIVE POINTS HUNTING CLUB.  Trap practice is open to the public every Monday evening until Thanksgiving.




Sportsmen and Gun Owners,


HB 921 – PICS to NICS

This bill transfers the PICS (Pa Instant Check System) over to the federal government NICS (National Instant Check System) to approve the transfers of firearms as it’s currently done in 38 other states. This will save PA taxpayers at least $6 million a year and let the Pennsylvania State Police focus their efforts on catching bad guys, instead of keeping records of gun owners, which have no demonstrable purpose of crimes solved with retention of the Records Of Sales.


An opportunity has surfaced for Pa firearms owners / purchasers to get the Pa State Police out of the approval of the firearms purchase business.


Prior to their election in 2010, Tom Corbett and Jim Cawley made an appearance at a Firearms Owners Against Crime (FOAC) meeting in Whitehall Pa. where Tom Corbett promised, if elected, to see what he could do about moving Pa. from the PICS to the NICS system.


At a Re-elect Tom Corbett campaign meeting in New Castle on August 22nd, which myself, and FOAC members Craig Holdren and Vic Gurinowitsch attended, I reminded Governor Corbett about that promise. He stated he would sign that legislation, HB 921, if it gets to his desk.


With the current anti-gun climate in the country following Sandy Hook, firearms legislation in Harrisburg, including HB921, has been languishing in the House. But for whatever the reason, resistance to this bill has softened and it appears that it will move if enough support can be generated through additional cosponsors. This is where we come in but, we have a limited period of time to act. Statewide we need to add 50 additional cosponsors by October 21st, to get this bill moving.


Attached is a chart of Beaver and Lawrence County State Representatives with a selected number of pro-gun House Bills and whether the rep has cosponsored that bill or not. This is only to give you an idea of how pro 2nd Amendment or not, that rep appears to be. The important one is HB921.


Please take advantage of this open door and donate 5 or 10 minutes of your time and call the reps who have not cosponsored HB921 and ask them to do so. Given the number of gun owners in Pa. Their cosponsorship of this bill will increase their “Street Cred” among the gun owning, sportsmenʼs community. Plus they can tout their desire to save Pa tax payers $6 million per year.


For the reps you call who are not your own, your leverage will be the Beaver County Sportsmenʼs Conservation League (BCSCL) and the number of sportsmen it reaches in the western Pa area.


Thanks and please avail yourself of a chance to make a positive move on the 2nd Amendment front. This doesnʼt happen that often so take advantage of it while you can.


Bob Oles 

FOAC, Regional Coordinator 

BCSCL, Secretary & Legislative Liaison 

BVRPC, Treasurer



Did you know that,  Article 1 Section 21 of the Pennsylvania Constitution states:

“The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.”



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