Indoor Range

Our brand new Indoor Range IS open for shooting  – airgun and archery only –
Please contact one of our Committee Chairs/members see below for more information or if you have any questions.
Hours: Wednesday evenings 6PM to 8PM.
Please look for our YOUTH and other SPECIAL events on the calendar
or contact George Spino at
Kids are especially welcome – yours, a neighbor’s! The Indoor Range is now open to our members, their guests, the public, and any youngsters, that’s why we built this range. They are our future. 
The gate will be open. 

Please remember that this range is for archery and air gun use only – absolutely no firearms.

Bring your own airguns and archery equipment, or you may use ours. We have a selection of air rifles and at least one BB gun. We have some inexpensive compound bows suitable for smaller children up to twelve or so, and we just purchased two full-size recurve bows suitable for older children through adults.

Eye protection is required, ear protection is at your discretion, but may be required when certain air guns are in use. The club has safety glasses and ear plugs available for those needing them.
As with all things at the club, safety is a primary concern. Safety in shooting, and safety in the health of our members. Members will be on hand to facilitate the activities and keep things fin and safe for all.
Please follow all protocols to the on-site member-coordinators and RSOs require to ensure a pleasant and safe experience for all. Be courteous and cooperative.
The rules for the range apply at all times and are:
  1. The indoor range is limited to airguns and archery equipment only. Absolutely no firearms are allowed in the indoor range. Certain high-powered airguns may be disallowed at the discretion of the Indoor Range Committee. We do have some archery equipment suitable for children up to about age 10, and we have a couple of air rifles as well.
  2. Eye protection is required. Hearing protection may be required when certain air guns are in use. 
  3.  We observe social distancing, and will limit the number of people allowed in the range. If you are feeling ill, please come back another time. We owe it to our fellow club members to keep them safe.
  4. If you can’t make it Wednesday evenings but are interested in using the indoor range at other times, please contact one of our Indoor Range Committee Members. If there is sufficient interest, we will try to schedule other regular events on this range. We put a lot of effort into building it, and it needs to be used.
    Come join us for some fun. And bring those kids!
    See our CONTACT LIST Page: John Martin, Tom Raymond, George Spino, John Koletis, John Collins, warren Graumann, or Ed Ashley.