WELCOME TO THE
SIUSLAW ROD & GUN CLUB
We are open on a limited bases.
EFFECTIVE MAY 15, 2020 THE SIUSLAW ROD & GUN CLUB WILL IMPLEMENT THE FOLLOWING WITH REGARD TO MEMBER AND GROUP USAGE OF THE RANGES.
The following groups can start regular shooting events, subject to scheduling:
Cowboy SASS – Sporting Clay’s – Trap – Defensive Shooting Practices – Law Enforcement, including retired – Security Training – Club approved individual practice sessions.
Social distancing of six feet will be observed by all group participants. Groups are to revise their shooting activities to accommodate proper social distancing.
* Members and immediate family may use Pistol and Rifle Ranges, maintaining social distancing of six feet from other individual(s) present on the Ranges.
* New Member Orientations will start on May 18th for those persons notified only.
No “Drop-in’s” or Membership renewals will be allowed during Orientations. Participants to observe social distancing of six feet and are requested to wear face masks at Orientation sessions.
* There will be no food service operations allowed at the Clubhouse.
* Range restrooms will be opened when the Club has obtained sufficient hand sanitizing solution.
2020 LANE COUNTY HUNTER EDUCATION COURSES
Please register at www.MyODFW.com
Siuslaw Rod and Gun Club
June 6 Cancelled – August 15
Need more information: Contact Ivan at 541-935-5331 or email@example.com
On-line interactive course + Field Day
Conventional classroom instruction
Field Day included
Note: Completion of either (1.) the On-line Interactive Course or (2.) the Self-Directed Workbook is a pre-requisite for entry into the State of Oregon Hunter Ed Required Field Day. The on-line courses are provided by a third party and there is a charge to the customer collected by the course provider, not the State of Oregon. There are four (4) companies to choose from containing the same curriculum, you select the company! ODFW charges a $10.00 application fee at the time of registration for the Field Day. Or, you can order the Self-Directed Workbook, for free, by e-mail, at ODFW.Info@state.or.us.
For on-line courses use the computer’s search engine by requesting Hunter Education Course.
When entering the Siuslaw Rod & Gun Club Sports Shooting Facility you will obey our rules. We created these rules to be good neighbors and to be safe at all times. Our Pistol and Rifle ranges are not controlled by a Range Safety Officer and are on the honor system. While shooting there will be absolutely NO RAPID firing of any gun. Our rule is 1 round downrange per second. No automatic weapon fire. No 50 cal. Rifles allowed. The only rapid fire of guns are allowed on the Action Pistol Ranges with approved Range Safety Officers.
WE MUST KEEP ALL LEAD ON OUR BERMS – MAKE SURE YOUR BULLETS HITS THE BERMS OF THE RANGES.
The Siuslaw Rod & Gun Club
SPORTING CLAYS IS OPEN
WHEN: Fridays and Sundays
START TIME: 9:00am until the last shooter
COST: 100 Birds $30.00
PUBLIC SHOOTING: Yes, this is one of the few events open to the public.
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 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.
Cowboy Action on the 1st Sunday of the month
COWBOY ACTION – SASS
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
We shoot the first Sunday of the month starting at 10:00am.
Please check the calendar as some events are subject to change.
$15.00 for Couples
For more information please contact Fred Ross – firstname.lastname@example.org”>Send Fred Ross an Email
Cowboy Action Shooting was first created in 1981 by Harper Creigh aka Judge Roy Bean, SASS #1. After watching a couple of old westerns on TV on a rainy Saturday afternoon, he had a brain storm. An avid shooter in Soldier of Fortune and IPSC type action shooting matches he called shooting buddies, Gordon Davis and Bill Hahn and presented an idea to shoot their next match using western type guns. The rest, as they say, is history.
Cowboy Action Shooting began at a shooting range in Coto de Caza, California. In the beginning, very loose rules were adhered to. But before long an assemblage of rules began to take shape and the new shooting sport evolved into what it is today.
In April 1982, the first END of TRAIL was introduced. Sixty-five registered shooters competed. It wasn’t until 1987, however, that SASS, The Single Action Shooting Society was formed. By then the Wild Bunch was formed and a membership organization was created to preserve and promote the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting.
Cowboy Action Shooting is the fastest growing outdoor shooting sport in the country. Attracting competitors from around the world, Cowboy Action Shooting is not only a sport that tests the shooters accuracy, but also a forum that brings back the days of the Old West in a veritable celebration of the cowboy lifestyle.
TRAP SHOOTING IS OPEN
Wednesday 6pm – 9pm
This event is open to the public.
TIME: 6:00pm until 9:30pm
COST: $4.00 per round, $2.00 per game
Walt Brenner is your trap night host.
PUBLIC SHOOTING: Yes, this is one of the few events open to the public.
The club has two trap ranges.
All levels of trap shooters are encouraged to come out.
We shoot practice rounds and games. The games include Annie’s, 3-3-3, Quail Walk, Backers and more.
So for a good ‘ole time come out and enjoy the fun.
June 27 Canceled – July 25 – Aug 29 – Sept 26 – Oct 24
Thank you for your interest in the handgun safety class offered by the Florence Police Department (FPD) and the Siuslaw Rod and Gun Club (SRGC). The information presented during this class is beneficial for all levels of experience with firearms. A safety class is required prior to applying for a Concealed Handgun License (CHL) in Oregon. This class meets the guidelines set forth by the State of Oregon in ORS 166.291.
Cost and location:
Cost: Pay in advance; make check payable to “Handgun Safety Class”.
Required: Basic Handgun Safety Class & Certificate $20.00
Optional: NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Book $20.00
Date/Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm. Location: SRGC Clubhouse, 87227 Munsel Lake Road, Florence.
Directions: At the north end of Florence, turn east onto Munsel Lake Rd., off HWY 101, north of the Fred Meyer store. Drive east on Munsel Lake Road ½ mile and turn left through the gate at the Rod and Gun Club entrance. The clubhouse is at the top of a small hill on the right.
Parking: There is parking on both sides of the clubhouse road and parking for the disabled is adjacent to the clubhouse.
What you need to bring AND MORE...
At least 50 rounds of ammunition of the same caliber as the handgun you bring.
If you do not have a handgun, or if you are not sure what kind of handgun you would like to purchase, there are some available for a fee of $10.00, plus the cost of ammunition.
If you intend to rent a handgun, please note this on the form. The instructor will have .38 special ammunition available the day of the class at current market price per box of 50. No other calibers of ammunition will be available for sale at the Rod and Gun Club.
Upon arrival at the clubhouse:
Leave the ammunition in your vehicle and bring the unloaded handgun to the classroom for a safety check.
Please be sure the handgun is in good working order AND CLEAN.
What to expect:
Approximately four hours of classroom instruction.
A 30-minute lunch break. We suggest you bring a lunch; a refrigerator and soft drink machine are available at the clubhouse.
“One on one” coaching on the pistol range. Each student will have an assigned coach and all firing will be done under close supervision and “on command”.
Eye and ear protection will be provided if you don’t have your own. Shooters are encouraged to purchase eye and ear protection and use them any time firearms are being used in your vicinity.
Class will be held rain or shine. The firing line is covered; please dress accordingly.
*You must be at least 21 years of age to apply for a CHL at the Sheriff’s office in the county where you live, however, you may still take the class if under 21 and receive a certificate if you pass. If under 18, your parent or guardian must accompany you to the class and sign the waiver of liability.
Every Handgun Safey class starts in the classroom
LIVE FIRE ON THE RANGE
After Classroom time it’s off to the pistol range to do some live fire with your handgun.
ARCHERY BAY 7
CLUB SUPPLIED TARGETS
ARCHERY BAY 8
DEFENSIVE SHOOTING PRACTICE CLOSED
We Shoot on the first and third Friday and the second Saturday of each month from 12-3pm on the Action
Ranges. There is a materials fee of $5.00 for targets and supplies.
Our guided practices are defensive skills based, involve a variety of weapons types, and is supervised by several certified range safety officers.
We welcome shooters of all types, ages, and ability levels. This is a fun event with prizes, snacks, and camaraderie.
We have a steel plate challenge. Please no magnum rounds, no steel core, PISTOL or PCC with a maximum of 1500fps.
This event is open to all club members, Prospective members on a one time basis per club rules.
Contact person: Steve Baggin