New Memberships are on hold until the earliest September and we evaluate our current membership database
Memberships run from September 1st to August 31st. Renewals have now switched to online purchasing only. The link below will take you to a secure platform called PRACTISCORE where you will complete your renewal. You will NEED both your membership card number and gate card number to complete the renewal. (If you get a warning the site is not secure that is your computer settings). You will receive a sticky membership card, please place that on your gate card not blocking the PROX #.
$70 dues + $10 key card fee
Existing Members with Gate Card
New Law Enforcement Officer
Renewal Law Enforcement Officer
(10 x current renewal fee ) if a new member wants to purchase life membership a gate card fee will be added
Junior only available through Club Sanctioned Program
Replacement Gate Card can be purchased online
No exception to the fee’s above.
This is not a public range… proof of membership is required, which is both your gate card and membership card. We do not have any kind of day-use rates. Membership rates are not pro-rated based on the amount of time remaining in the membership year, and they are not ‘rolling’ (auto-renew).
Due to the increased volume of emails, calls, and texts here is a new membership Orientation update:
All New Memberships will need to go through our live online orientation. These are held once a month.
New membership fee is $80.00 and will not be prorated due to the purchase date. To register for New member orientation, you must visit our club calendar and find the next available date. If you have been a member in the past pre-gate controller, you will need to go through orientation.
Scroll down to the calendar, click on the event, and click through to sign-up via PractiScore, which is what we are using to handle registration and payment. Once registration and payment is complete, you will receive a confirmation email.
The meeting info and access code for the Zoom meeting will be sent the night before orientation and the morning of (please be sure to check your spam folder).
Members may bring immediate family (spouse and/or children under 18), and up to two guests.
On a side Note
On a side note… this has been coming up somewhat regularly, so perhaps it needs some clarification: the person who signs the liability waiver/ disclaimer on the back of the membership card is the *member*. Not your spouse, not your children, not your uncle, not your father-in-law, not your next-door neighbor. We certainly encourage you to bring your family or guests to the range, and introduce them to the shooting sports! But ultimately *you* are the person who is covered under the club’s insurance policy, and you are responsible for your guests behavior. Giving your card/key to someone else who comes to the range and gets into any kind of trouble – whether it is inappropriate conduct, property damage, or something worse… reflects on *you*. A non-member who is not accompanied by a current member will be asked to leave the premises. The only exception is for sanctioned events such as a match, where they would be covered by either the club’s insurance (if we are the ones putting it on) or the insurance of the event sponsor.