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This organization was founded for people with a desire to support Conservation, provide ranges and shooting opportunities, and to enjoy the camaraderie of men and women joined together under the freedom of the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, in the keeping and bearing of arms.

The Southern Dutchess & Sportsmen’s Association was founded on February 3rd, 1934, in Beacon, New York. By 1937, it was meeting at the Braendly Dye Works, located at 10 East Main Street, in Beacon, although it earlier had met across the street from there in Miller’s store. Oscar Braendly was a member, and a good friend, who provided space in his plant for meetings, as well as an indoor .22 pistol range in the attic.

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Cedar Hill Rd, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590