WELCOME TO THE SIUSLAW ROD & GUN CLUB FLORENCE, OREGON
CHECK OUT OUR NEW "LIGHT RIFLE COMPETITION" UNDER CLUB EVENTS
LOCATED AT 87227 MUNSEL LAKE ROAD IN FLORENCE, OREGON
THE CLUB OPERATES ON ABOUT 42 ACRES AND HAS THE FOLLOWING RANGES: TRAP, SPORTING CLAY'S, RIFLE, PISTOL, AND ACTION RANGES
WE ARE A MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATION, YOU MUST BE A MEMBER TO UTILIZE THE FACILITIES, HOWEVER SOME GROUP SHOOTING EVENTS ARE OPEN THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
Pistol Range is covered on three sides and has fixed shooting bench's.
Pistol Range has a maximum shooting distance of 30 yards. Target stands, frames and backers are provided; can be placed at various distances.
The Rile Range is covered and has fixed shooting bench positions at 25, 50, 100, 200 and 300 yards. Target frames and backers are provided. In addition to a target frame there is also a gong at the 300 yard range.
Shooting benches or various target distances at Rifle Range.
The Club has two Trap Ranges located in front o the Clubhouse Trap shooting is done Wednesday evenings.
The Sporting Clay's Ranges ( not shown) are located in the area beyond the Trap Range
The Action Ranges are located in a area separate from the other Club Ranges. These Ranges are not open to individuals, only Club approved groups. The Action Ranges are used for recreational shooting organizations and law enforcement training.
Use of the Action Ranges must be scheduled in advance.
Interior view of Action Range Bays 4, 5, and 6.
Two Archery Bays are located on the Action Range. Target backers are provided. Archery users must park outside of the Action Range gate and walk into the Ranges.
WHERE: Sporting Clay's Range
COST: 50 Birds $18.00 -100 birds $35.00
CONTACT: Jerry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to the public., Sorting Clay's is a form of clay target shooting. A typical course includes from 10 to 12 different shooting stations laid out over natural terrain. The National Sporting Clay's Association is the largest Sporting Clay's association in the world and the governing body for the sport in the U.S. They keep records of the members’ scores in competition, register shoots for the clubs and associations, hold the National Championship each year, and provide myriad awards for outstanding achievements.
WHEN: 2022 Classes – Are scheduled in January, February, March(canceled), April, June, July, August, September, and October. Please access the club calendar for the specific dates during those months.
TIME: This is an all day class (9 AM to 4 PM) morning is classroom instruction, afternoon is live firing.
WHERE: Clubhouse & Action Range
CONTACT: Steve Baggin at email@example.com
The Handgun Safety Class (HGSC) is offered by Siuslaw Rod and Gun Club in conjunction with the Florence Police Department. 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.
Topics covered during the class include the Oregon Firearms Statutes, Firearm Safety, Handguns, Ammunition, Marksmanship, and Proficiency. The afternoon session will be held on the Action Range under the supervision of NRA Certified Pistol instructors. Each student will be assigned an individual coach with a Range Master directing all live fire activity.
2022 HGSC applications to attend the class are available at the Florence Police Department, Sportsman, and Pro Lumber. Applications must be completed and submitted by mail to the PO Box indicated on the form. Applications will ONLY be accepted if they are sent to the Florence U.S. Post Office. Please do not drop off any applications at the gun range. Each student will receive an email confirming their HGSC attendance on a specific date. Walk-in students will not be accepted on the day of a scheduled class.
The 2022 HGSC application to attend the class can also obtained by sending an email request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHEN: first Friday and third Saturday of the month from 12-3 PM.
WHERE: Action Ranges
COST: no fee
CONTACT: John at email@example.com
If you are interested in a scenario-based, immersive firearms training using a variety of weapon types then we are the group for you!
We are a guided practice session based upon multigun defensive shooting tactics and principles. We utilize reactive steel targets, props, barricades, and shot timers. We hold night shoots and regular classroom training sessions on a variety of topics that interest our members. Group training sessions are supervised by certified range safety officers.
We accept all club members who can demonstrate basic safety proficiency and observers are always welcome.
When: 2nd Saturday of the month, between noon and 3:00 pm.
Where: The Action Range
Contact info: contact Arnie at firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the group is to promote continuing proficiency with basic handgun skills. It will focus on basic concepts such as:
· Reinforcement of safety principles
· Proper techniques such as sight alignment, grip, and trigger press
· Marksmanship and focus on front sight will be stressed
· Provide a forum for the discussion of handgun options and accessories
This activity is supervised by volunteers who monitor safety and provide shooting tips. We typically shoot steel targets. Bring your own ammo, eye and ear protection. No magnum or bonded ammo, or any velocities exceeding 1,500 fps. Target distance may vary from 7 to 25 yards
WHEN: First Sunday of the month at 10:00 AM
WHERE: Action Ranges
COST: $10.00 for Single, $15.00 for a couple
CONTACT: John at email@example.com
Cowboy Action Shooting requires competitors to dress in the style of clothing used in the 1800’s along with using the firearms of the mid to late 1800’s. Competitors shoot real guns with real lead bullets at steel targets under timed conditions. The parent organization, the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) was started by “Judge Roy Bean” in the early 1980’s with a few friends and today has well over 100,000 members around the world. The sport centers around Cowboy Action shooting clubs who operate on mostly privately owned shooting ranges, but there are clubs on public ranges as well. Cowboy Action shooting has several shooting categories that cover everyone and all styles of shooting. Our own Siuslaw Rod & Gun Club Cowboy Action Club was started by John & Kelty La Rocco AKA Johnny JIngos and Miss Annie Odem and John Soaper AKA Soapy Deal in 2002 and started with seven shooters that year.
WHEN: Wednesdays from 6 to 9 PM
WHERE: Trap Range
COST:$5.00 per round, $3.00 per game
This event is open to the public. All levels of trap shooters are encouraged to come out.
We shoot practice rounds and games. The games include Annie’s, 3-3-3 and Quail Walk,
2022 Dates: 4/16/22, 6/11/22 and 8/20/22
Oregon requires a Hunter Education certificate for individuals younger than 18. Before attending Field Days, kids attending Field Day at Siuslaw Rod and Gun Club must first take an online course. Details are available at the following link: https://myodfw.com/articles/hunter-education-classes-and-field-days-schedule.
Upon completion of an online course, students should print the online completion voucher, and bring it with them to Field Day. Registering for Field Day can be done at the same link. Seats fill up quickly, and may be limited by Covid State mandates at the particular date.
Hunter Education Field Day Schedule
8:00-9:00 AM: Registration.
9:00-10:50: Overview of hunting and safety principles and OR. Hunting laws.
11:00-Noon: First of three performance rotations (walking the hunting trail; 22 LR range or shotgun range or 3 ways of starting a fire.
12:00-1:00: Lunch and movies
1:00-2:00: Second rotation
2:00-3:00: Third rotation
3:00-3:45: Test Prep, questions on the day, what learned . . .
3:45-until done: Written O.D.F.W. Hunter Education Exam
Test is corrected upon completion and temporary Hunter Ed Card is issued upon successful passing of all three phases: Attitude, Skill and Knowledge.
Lunch is not provided.
Questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for people interested in competing in a light rifle competition to begin in mid to late May 2022
.22 cal rifle Weighing no more than 8.5 lbs. (including Scope and magazine)
Two classes, scoped/red dot and iron sites
A-32 National Rifle Association 50 Foot Light Rifle Target Supplied
10 weeks in duration, 40 rounds per week 50 ft. free standing distance
Everyone supplies their own ammo
Shot on pistol range, at time and dates of your choice (honor system)
Open to Club members Cost $10.00
President- Jerry Harpole
Vice President - Fred Ross
Treasurer - Diane Harpole
Secretary - Bruce Mower
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