Keep in mind that the social distancing policy is still in effect. Wearing a mask is optional while using the ranges at this time.
Skeet and Trap are open Wednesday’s at 5:00pm and the skeet is also open on Sunday mornings 8:30am. The cost per round is still $3 for members and $4 for non-members. Come on out and have some fun and good conversation with fellow members. New shooters are always welcome.
9/19 – CMP Match – Garand-Springfield-Vintage Military Rifle Match
9/26 & 9/27 – Shotgun Instructor's Class will be held on September 26th and 27th. This is rescheduled from previously listed 9/12 & 9/13. Please contact Ron Ayres for more information.
10/10 – Women on Target– The Women on Target originally scheduled for September 26, 2020 has changed to October 10, 2020 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. Ticket cost is $35. If you have any questions, please contact John Laielli at 609-217-5199. Please click on the link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-on-target-tickets-117194924173
Other Ranges News:
NRA MEMBER? Or is it time for renewal. Life membership still $600 and discounted yearly plans available too! Your renewal through the club benefits our NRA programs! Call the office or click the link https://membership.nra.org/recruiters/join/XC034523 today.
The buckets on both the rifle and pistol ranges are for spent shell casings only. Any and all misfires should be deposited in the misfire box. Also please remember to remove your targets when you are done and leaving the range and deposit them in the trash can.
Manual trap thrower is for member only use. Please do not adjust the stops for the targets. They are set so you don’t shoot at the archery or the pistol ranges. Be mindful of your shooting direction when using your own thrower and make sure you are not shooting towards other ranges.
Remember range badges as always are required to be on you, not in your vehicle.
We will be having NRA basic shooting and instructor classes soon. Dates will be announced. We are considering a reloading class also for those wishing to get started also.
Ron Ayres, Range Director