Welcome to the Siuslaw Rod & Gun Club

We are a membership sports shooting facility.

We are open 365 days a year from 8am-9:30pm.

Rifle – Handgun – Shotgun – Archery – Fishing.



2020 Club Elections


Nominations for Club Officers for 2020 are now open. Persons who would like to run for a Club officer position should contact a current Club Officer indicating which office that are interested in. Officer positions are: President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. Nominations will close on December 1, 2019. Elections of officers will take place at the December 19th Business Meeting.

Become a Member

Becoming a Siuslaw Rod and Gun Club member is virtually a painless effort. One, you will need to download and fill out a membership application. Two, you will need to schedule an orientation meeting by calling the gun club hot line at 541-902-7708. Please leave a message that you want to become a member and need an orientation. Once you have completed these two steps, pay your dues you will be handed or mailed your membership card. If cards need to be processed though the mail it may take up to 4 weeks to get your card. Make sure you renew early.

Sporting Clays

Fridays and Sundays
(9am – 2pm)

We are members of the National Sporting Clays Association. Please check the calendar for up coming shoots.

Trap Shooting

Wednesday (6pm – 9pm)

This event is open to the public. We shoot practice rounds and games. The games include Annie’s, 3-3-3, Quail Walk, Backers and more.

Handgun Safety Classes

Classes are on Sat. and start at 9:00am in the clubhouse.

2019 Schedule

January 26
February 23
April 20
June 22
July 27
August 24
September 21
October 19

 Defensive Shooting Practice

3 practices monthly check Calendar. Siuslaw Rod & Gun Club Defensive Shooting Practice(s) are guided and defensive skills based, involve a variety of weapon types, and is supervised by several certified range safety officers. Open to club members only. Guests allowed per club rules.

Sporting Clays

Sporting clays is a form of clay pigeon shooting, often described as “golf with a shotgun” because a typical course includes from 10 to 15 different shooting stations laid out over natural terrain. For safety, the course size is often no smaller than 35 acres. Unlike trap and skeet, which are games of repeatable targets.

NSCA Shoots

NSCA is the largest Sporting Clays association in the world and the governing body for the sport in the U.S. We keep records of our members’ scores in competition, register shoots for the clubs and associations, hold the National Championship each year, and provide myriad awards for outstanding achievements.

The Big 5 – Memorize these basic rules!

 1.Treat your gun as if it’s loaded.

2. Keep your finger off the trigger until you’re ready to fire, or even dry fire.

3. Never point your gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.

4. Be sure of your target and what’s behind it.

5. Finally be kind and courteous to your fellow shooters. Stop and help if asked.

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