Welcome to our beautiful and beloved club. Please help us keep it that way by picking up after yourself and taking your trash home with you.

You carried it in, so you carry it out.

The good folks who volunteer their time to mow should not have to stop and pick up debris that could damage the mower or otherwise be thrown by the mower.


8-20-2015 Letter board sign at the entrance has been updated. I have learned the sign on the metal gate was made by Matzo Signs.

Documenting evidence of unwanted destruction and mess from inconsiderate shooters. Mother nature left a fallen tree at 100 yard berm that needs to be cut up and hauled up to the clubhouse. Help needed to cleanup mess left behind by inconsiderate shooters. Help would be appreciated to repair and prevent damage to steel targets and target frames.


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Here is the sign that will be putting up soon.

Please do not shoot holes in the hanging steel


Please do not shoot holes in the hanging steel. Especially do not shoot holes in the frame.

DO NOT move the steel closer than 50 yards for rifle and no closer than 10 yards for pistol.

All shooters and spectators must use ANSI Z87.1 or better for eyes and 21db NRR or better for ears.

Not sure if your ammo will make holes? If a magnet sticks to your bullet, then don’t shoot the hanging steel.

Magnet does not stick? Well hold on a minute, first shoot at the sacrificial steel leaning against the 100 yard tires. If you make a hole, then now you know.

Good things happen here at the club because good people donate their time and money to volunteer to improve things and build things like these hanging steel targets for others to have fun and enjoy. If you think your $30 membership gives you the right to destroy things that others have made, then you are wrong. If you think your $30 membership gives you the right to leave a mess behind, then you are wrong. Pick up after yourself! Take your trash home! Leave this range as-good or better than how you found it. If you destroy things or leave a mess, then we certainly do not want your $30 and you can find another place to shoot. Want to shoot holes in steel on purpose? Then bring your own steel to shoot at a safe distance, then take it home with you when you are done. Especially don’t leave anything on the range that will damage the lawnmower. The folks who donate their time to mow should not need to stop and clean up after you.