Former AHC member Mick Meilicke has provided a history of the club that you sure don’t want to miss reading! Follow Mick online at his blog (http://mickann.wordpress.com) or get in touch with him on this website (http://alabamahuntclub.com/members/mick-meilicke/). A Brief History of the Alabama Hunt Club 1978-1998 Through the Eyes of Mick Meilicke Many years have read more
Just uploaded in the Gallery are 63 restored photos of the Alabama Hunt Club members from 1983. The originals were sent in by old member Mick Meilicke and photo restored by Hans Baumgaertner. Who are these people? Can you identify them? Browse through the 1983 gallery under “Old Club Photos” and start commenting!
Welcome aboard! Come on in and enjoy the new car smell If you registered an account on this site prior to July 18, 2012, your account was deleted as the site wasn’t fully set up yet for public usage. You will need to create another account again. Sorry. Today I will be scanning in a read more
Welcome to the official Alabama Hunt Club version 4.0 website!
Please register to use the site fully. If you are interested in more information about the club or how to join, please contact the site administrator by clicking HERE and either sending a “private message” or posting on my activity feed on that page. If you post in your own activity feed, I am unable to see it without actually visiting your profile. For the fastest assistance, please contact me directly. Thank you!
Features of the Alabama Hunt Club:
400′ Covered firing line.
Monthly shoot and club meeting on the First Sunday of each month.
Clubhouse with Kitchen
Target boards can be posted at 25yd, 50yd, 100yd and 200yd ranges.
80 Acres of land.
Primitive Camping Area.
Easy Access from Buffalo and Batavia
Open “public” shoots twice each year.
Periodic Hunter Education classes.
A Charter Club of the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association.
A Member Club of the National Rifle Association.
Exit the New York State Thruway (I-90) at the Pembroke exit, 48-A.
Go North on route 77 through the towns of Indian Falls and Basom to the Town of
At the 4-way stop light (stop sign at cornor), turn East onto Lewiston Road.
Alabama Hunt Club is on the South side of the road approximately 2 miles East of the
route 77 – Lewiston Road intersection.
For GPS and Google Maps users, the address is: 1854 Lewiston Road, Alabama, NY 14013. This is NOT a mailing address!