A Word from the Most Improved Shooter (.22 Pistol League XV)
I think maybe the first criteria for attaining the coveted Most Improved Shooter award is to start out with a score in the basement like mine was. The next step is to care about improving that low score. Of course, I neglected this second step and apathetically made my way through match after match, not really noticing how much my scores were improving. So, needless to say, I was shocked to receive the MIS award in the .22 league. I tend to be one of the casual shooters who joined the league to have fun and let the scores take a back seat to being involved with a really great group of people. I always get a lot of encouragement from other shooters, both from ones who have scores like mine and those who always see their names at the top, approaching ever closer to the elusive 900.
AIM-COMM's shooting leagues are administered primarily by the AIM-COMM League Council in partnership with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) Hunter Education Indoor Shooting Range (HEDR), in Fairbanks, Alaska. ADF&G started the league program at the range with the help of avid shooters soon after the range opened.
Today, the AIM-COMM League Council conducts most of the business of the league and performs much of the behind the scenes work to make the leagues safe, successful, and fun for all. League Council members volunteer their time to make the AIM-COMM shooting leagues the most popular indoor bullseye pistol shooting league program in Alaska. The ADF&G range project director serves as an advisor on the council.
Chair: Mr. Paul Maki
Gun Handling Safety Rules:
ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a SAFE direction!
ALWAYS keep your FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER until ready to shoot!