The Rifle Sportsmen's Club is a private non-profit organization dedicated to preserving shooting sports in our community. You must be a member in good standing to access the Club outside of sanctioned Club events. The Rifle Sportsmen's Club is an NRA affiliated club and members are required to have a current membership with the NRA. Potential members should have a sponsor (current member), or qualifying criteria if new to the area, and a valid and current NRA membership number. The annual fee for membership is $100. For more membership rules and information, click here. To apply for membership or renew a lapsed membership, click here.
The annual trap turkey shoot will be held on Sunday November 20th @ 10:00 am
there will be lots of prizes and even more fun!!
The weather is going to be GREAT, so everyone come out and win a turkey!!
2016 Annual Hunter Sight-In Days:
October 13th & 14th
October 20th & 21st
November 3rd & 4th
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Open to the public at a cost of $10 per gun payable at the Range. Members will also be charged said fee if sighting in during these dates.
Earplugs, soda, and water available for $1.00 each.
Current RSC Members: Due to the large turn-out of public and out-of-state guests, please sight-in your guns on dates other than those posted here. Members will be required to pay $10/gun if utilizing the range during any of the Sight-In Days. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Recently we have had issues with the automatic gate not functioning due to power outages or mechanical issues. Please note that the main gate may be manually opened with the silver pad lock, which has the same 4-digit code as the keypad. As an alternative, there is an emergency green gate just to the east of the main gate, also with a silver pad lock on it. You may enter or leave the range via this green gate if the main gate will not open. Again, the combo is the same as the 4-digit keypad access code.
In summary, should you become locked in or out of the range, look for either of the two silver pad locks and use the same code as the keypad.
NOTE: The gold pad lock is for the land owner and his authorized personnel only and should not be tampered with.
-In memory of Mike Grimm who helped create and build the Rifle Sportsmen's Club-
1936 - 2016