We had a great day of instruction and shooting. Later we had a great lunch and then more shooting. One scout completed his requirements for the rifle merit badge which makes four completed at our range. Thanks for the opportunity to help these young men experience the fun of shooting a firearm. There were two boys that had never fired a gun before. I am positive they are hooked for life. Here is a photo of the boys and leaders.
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All steel targets on the Rifle Range MUST be placed directly against the 50 yard, or the 200 yard berm. On the pistol range, steel targets must also be placed in front of the berm. The only exception to this is during an organized match with controlled conditions.
When shooting paper targets on the rifle range, you must use the Club’s target frames and target stands. You may not use your own target stands and frames at this time. Paper targets ...Continue Reading →
Monday – Saturday ~ 8:00 AM – Sundown
Sunday ~ 9:00 AM – Sundown
No exploding targets allowed, to include fireworks, homemade devices, etc. When in doubt, DON’T DO IT!
No full-auto, actual or simulated, or 50 caliber BMG, (including Bumpfire, Gatling guns, burst fire, etc.) are allowed on club property.Continue Reading →
All members are expected to display their membership cards on their person (not in your vehicle) at all times while on club property. The one exception to this is when attending Club events (such as Cowboy matches, USPSA, etc.). Inexpensive card holders can be purchased at office supply stores or fishing license holders can be found at locations selling fishing licenses. The club will also provide a limited amount of these holders for cost if desired.
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