East End Rod & Gun Club

Flattening the boredom curve since 1947

 

Welcome to the East End Rod and Gun Club!

The East End Rod and Gun Club opens at 8 am Monday through Friday, and 9 am Saturday and Sunday.  This is a private club, and membership is required to use it.  Members may bring guests.  If you are not a member, and wish to use the range, membership information is here.  Current range rules are now available in the Club Info menu, under Range Usage.

The range closes 30 minutes before sunset.  Make sure to look at the time board at the gate for the end shooting time that day!  The gate will open for another 45 minutes, so don't dally in leaving.

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Please check this page, our Facebook page, or contact the club by phone [(541) 203-0124] or e-mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).  

 

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This is not a good practice

Shooting large fruits is fine on the range; it’s fun, and sure beats dealing with broken glass and shot up lawn mowers! Plus it feeds the wildlife.

But take a few moments to throw the remains either over the berm, or around the side, towards the backside. The animals will eat the remains in front of the targets, and you won’t be able to shoot until they’re finished, since this is NOT a hunting club.

Please respect YOUR range.

20221104 Fruit Targets

No Armor Piercing Ammunition

UPDATE: There’s a new sign on the Action Range, as you can see below. But it applies to the entire range.

Take a few moments to review the range rules before you shoot. Thank you!

 

20221104 Action Range Sign

 

 

Some Pistol Bays Closed

The hay bales have deteriorated and become a safety hazard.  The club chose to push over some of the leaning bales and mark the affected bays closed.  The bays will reopen when the hays bales are replaced with cement eco blocks.

 Hay bales lean over

 

MEMBERS DO NOT PLACE TARGETS HERE

"The only acceptable targets in either falling plate bay are the steel plates themselves.  Anything else may increase the risk of a ricochet,  and will lead to damage of the plate rack.  Use a paper target in the other bays, using either a range target stand, or one of your own.  Your cooperation increases safety and keeps operating costs lower. "

 


Club meeting minutes and other documents are available for members

Log on as a member, under the "MEMBERSHIP" button.  For minutes, click "Member pages" and then "Meeting Minutes".  For the SOP, Range Rules, and By-Laws, click on "Member Documents".


 

It's YOUR range!
Help keep it clean!
No explosions on the range!
Be a good neighbor!

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