Classic Car Show & Annual Pig Roast

Classic Car Show & Pig Roast
Saturday, September 17th 9am till 3pm

We will be hosting our annual pig roast on Saturday, September 17th along with a classic car show, on the Trap Field.  Bring your car, or just come and hang out.  Show off your baby. All makes, models, and years. Classics, Hot Rods, Rat Rods, Antiques, Exotics.  No entry fee - All cars owned by club members and guests are welcome. To get an approximate car count, please email us with your name, car make, model and year. Send email to: 

The pigs start cooking at 6am. the car show starts at 9am and runs through 3pm.  The feast should start at 1pm.  It's potluck format; we provide the pig and some sides. You just need to bring yourself, your family, and one of your favorite side dishes or desserts.

All ranges will be closed until 3pm.

Saturday, September 17, 2022 - 9:00am to 3:00pm

ASC Ladies Pistol 101 (Indoor Pistol Range Closed 6pm to 8:30pm)

ASC Ladies Pistol 101
Thursday September 15, 2022
2 sessions: 6pm - 7pm or 7:30pm - 8:30pm

This evening is geared to women who have never trained with a handgun or have not trained in a long time.  Choose only one session please. ASC pistol instructors will review safety, knowledge, and skill necessary to
safely handle handguns in a comfortable learning environment. Please bring your small caliber pistol, ammo ( at least 50 rounds), ear & eye protection.  Closed toe shoes/sneakers, no V-neck or sleeveless shirts please.

Please sign up thru the link: Ladies Pistol 101 September 15, 2022

Please fill out one form per person.  This is a free event for members and family members of the Andover Sportsmen's Club.  We regret to say that due to anticipated demand, we cannot offer these events to anyone who is not a ASC member or a direct relative
(wife/mother/daughter/sister/granddaughter/daughter-in-law) of a member.

Questions may be directed to Marcy Wood, Ladies Event Coordinator

Thursday, September 15, 2022 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Baba Yaga Blowout

The Baba Yaga Blowout is a timed/scored event with three shooting phases... Pistol, Rifle, and Rifle/Pistol.  Participants must use their own firearms, ammunition, hearing and eye protection.  The Club will provide Range Safety Officers. This is a timed/scored event which must be completed in 3 minutes. Participants will shoot from a standing, unsupported position forward of the firing line and from 3 different stations:

  1. Station 1 - Pistol: Competitor has to score stacked hits on each of the 5 steel targets at a distance of 25 yards. Each magazine will have 5 rounds therefore a magazine change will be required.
  2. Station 2 - Rifle: Competitor has to score hits from behind a barrier onto a single steel target at a distance of 50 yards.
  3. Station 3 - Rifle/Pistol: Competitor has to score 10 rifle hits and 10 pistol hits onto a single IPSC target located at 25 yards. Each magazine will have 5 rounds therefore magazine changes will be required.


  • Failure to complete all stages, or exceed the total time will result in a disqualification.
  • Scoring is based on successful completion of ALL rounds, cumulative score on the IPSC target, and total elapsed time will be used in the event of  a tie.
  • Participants are required to use proper/safe shooting techniques and firearms management.  
  • There is no registration fee.  The event is limited to 12 members/participants. 
  • RSVP here:


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Cancellation/No-show Policy:  If you sign up and then decide not to attend, you must go back to the EventBrite site and cancel your registration at least 5 days prior to the event date. You will be invoiced a $5/person "No Show" fee if you fail to cancel.

To cancel a registration:  1. Go to the EventBrite site and log in ( 2. Click on the "My Tickets" link. 3. Click the "View Order" button for the class you want to cancel. 4. Click the "Cancel Order" button and confirm.

Saturday, August 27, 2022 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Presidents 2022 Mid-Year Message



It is with both a sense of responsibility and pride that I provide the members of the Andover Sportsmen's Club (“ASC") this "State of the Club" report midway through 2022.


RANGE OPERATIONS: The scope of ASC range facilities continues to grow and now consists of  (i) three (and soon to be four) outdoor rifle/pistol ranges, (ii) two lighted trap/skeet/5-stand ranges, (iii) a complex of three archery ranges two of which are lighted and open 24/7 with one being an all weather indoor range and the other a 70 yard practice range.  The 3rd range involves more than 40 acres of wooded trails, (iv) a 24/7 indoor pistol range and (v) two new event ranges, one for axe throwing and the other air guns.

By accessing the ASC website it can reasonably be concluded that all range directors have been extraordinarily busy, aggressive and creative with respect to creating a wide range of activities for all ASC members to enjoy.


NON-RANGE OPERATIONS: We are rapidly recovering from the COVID hiatus. The following summarizes the present status of each department.


TRAINING: We are rapidly approaching the Pre Covid standard of annually offering approximately 125 separate training classes including the introduction of new classes. The level of ASC member interest in all classes is evinced by their becoming fully booked as soon as they appear on the training schedule.


COMMUNITY RELATIONS:  In order to maintain a reputation of being a “good neighbor" we remain committed to not only participating in general community sponsored activities but also in ASC initiatives such as (i) post high school continuing student scholarships, (ii) summer camp youth scholarships, (iii) providing financial support to a wide range of worthy charities (iv), providing for the 71st time, later this year, the annual fishing derby open free to all local area youth age 15 and under. This event includes ASC stocking a pond in the Harold Parker State Forest as well as adult assistance, prizes and lunch and (v)providing  assistance to the local elderly community by offering the extremely popular class on "how not to be a victim” at the Andover Senior Center.


SAFETY AND SECURITY: We have a zero tolerance policy with respect to any violation of club safety rules. We have an established multi faceted system that allows the BOD to act swiftly and firmly with respect to each violation.  ASC also maintains close relationships with local law enforcement agencies by providing free training facilities and hosting special events such as the recent NEMLEC equipment exhibition and presentation. In addition, we will soon have available for police training a new outdoor pistol practice range that will partially alleviate the necessity for closing ranges to members when police training is taking place.


SOCIAL EVENTS: We are averaging at least one social event monthly designed to appeal to all members within our dedicated family oriented mantra. Those events include theme dinners, Christmas and Easter children’s parties as well as the outstanding annual Independence day fireworks display that in 2022 will be held on Friday July1 and a highly successful Antique Auto Show.


FACILITIES: The objective of insuring that ASC facilities keep pace with our growing membership base continues to be achieved within a bespoke financial control system that allows ASC to remain in an unusually sound financial condition notwithstanding inflation driven increases in operating costs and significant annual capital investments without raising annual dues.  Subsequent to our adopting the Project Management Concept major facility developments have included:


  • A complete refurbishing of the Club House
  • Installation of a high capacity automatic generator
  • Re-finishing the club driveway and parking areas.
  • Development of the outdoor pistol range
  • Development of a special event/training pistol range
  • Development of a second, lighted, Trap/Skeet/5-stand range
  • Development of an indoor, all weather, 24/7 archery range
  • Development underway for a 250-yard rifle range and the simultaneous modifications to the adjacent rifle/pistol range. This is a major undertaking that when finished will offer an efficient, modern operation in an attractive natural setting that will make this a major attraction for many years to come.
  • Development of competition style axe throwing range.
  • Development of an outdoor relaxation area that includes a fire pit, horseshoe tossing and an air gun range.


MEMBERSHIP: The ASC Membership Department has done an outstanding job of explaining to visitors and new membership applicants the essence of the above listed efforts with the result being a steadily growing membership base consisting of a significant increase in women, youth and family members. Related membership department activities include weekly tours of ASC facilities and, in conjunction with the Safety and Security department, conducting the extremely important new member orientation programs.

Although each of the above mentioned individual efforts is apparent to everyone involved on a day to day basis when viewed collectively the combined scope and diversity is even more impressive and brings to mind one of my favorite Winston Churchill expressions which, in his uniquely eloquent way, was "never before in the annals of human kind has so much been done for so many by so few".

Admittedly, with no disrespect intended, applying an expression originally offered under extreme conditions to ASC activities may seem a bit churlish. However, the underlying principle of those words is entirely appropriate. With that in mind perhaps the membership (as the “many") will take the time to occasionally express your appreciation to BOD members (as the “few") that constantly devote incredible amounts of personal time and effort (as the “so much") for the benefit of us all.

On behalf of the ASC BOD I wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer holiday.


Dick Reichter, President  

2022 Club Scholarship Recipients

Each year, the Andover Sportsmen’s Club awards scholarships to members, their children, or grandchildren who are pursuing educational opportunities beyond high school.  The scholarship committee prioritizes candidates who are interested in shooting sports or the outdoors and who are pursuing a career in the sciences.  The winners for 2022 are:


  • Jake R. Dalton
  • Jacquelyn A. Gaigals
  • Ava L. Kitabjian
  • William D. Maurer
  • Chase R. Muller
  • Ashley C. Slivka
  • Jack H. Stadtman
  • Anthony J. Vitale  


Applications for 2023 will be made available in January, 2023

Congratulations to the Winners!


Doug Cooper, Community Relations Director


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