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Sporting Clays Reservations

Reserve your time for the Sporting Clays Shoot on
Sunday 07/23/17 8:00AM - 12 Noon

Sporting Clays Reservations


Coming Events for The Lemon Grove Gun Club
Friday July 21st
5:30 PM Friday Low Light Handgun Shoot


This is a member's only shoot, no guests.


  • To provide a handgun shooting venue for intermediate and expert level shooters.
  • To create a safe, supervised environment.
  • To help shooters increase their gun-handling and tactical flashlight handling skills in "low light" and "night time" environments.
  • To create a venue for the use of revolvers without penalty for their lack of load capacity (stages are 6-shot neutral)
  • If you would like to have further information, please contact the Match Director,   Click here for More Information

 
Friday July 21st
5:30 PM Friday Night Pot Shoot

    Friday Night Pot Shoot is games shooting. If you enjoy being challenged by fast, far, wide angle, climbing, level, or dropping clays, never knowing what presentation you will see when you call for your "bird", every target still in play all the way to the ground, or would like to learn this fun and challenging game, join us at Friday Night Pot Shoot, the only clays game that's as much fun to watch as it is to shoot! Pot shooters are friendly and generous with their knowledge, and will help you learn to hit targets WAY out there. For more information click here
 
Saturday July 22nd
8:00 AM Work Party
(Range will remain closed until after Sporting Clays)

Range Improvement Party

    Below is the list that Jerry Hartman has sent me of what needs to be completed at this work party. I am assuming that we will have over 70 people attending. Please bring weed wackers, rakes, shovels and if you are an electrician please get with Jerry Hartman as soon as you arrive.

    1. We need help setting up the sporting clays course, and loading the machines.
    2. Clean up the sign-in shed, dust the windows, knock down the cob-webs.
    3. Need help washing down the picnic tables at the sign-in shed and the clubhouse.
    4. Empty all trash cans and put in new liners.
    5. Bag all recycles (bottles and cans).
    6. Need help cleaning and restocking campground restrooms.
    7. Need help cleaning up all four ranges.
    8. Need help picking up wads.
    9. Need help cleaning out the rifle bunkers to minimize fire danger.
    10. With all the rains we need to stay on top of the weeds. If you have a gas weed eater we need your help.
    11. We need to put the steel roof on our water treatment shed.
    12. We need to add electrical conduit and wiring to our conex container.
    13. we need to paint our new water treatment shed.
    14. We need help to spray the weeds to slow their growth on the trap ranges.
    15. We need help repairing all the rain damage, around the club.
    16. We will try and install a new drainage system in the pit to control water from the springs that have popped up
    17. If we have people that can only do light duty now is the time to help, we have a couple of things that need to be assembled.
    There are a lot of projects for us to do to keep our range in a safe and friendly environment. All of our work is needed to ensure that we meet these requirements so that we can have fun on our range facilities.
    So if you plan on helping at the work party and staying for lunch, please e-mail to ASAP.

    Our typical monthly projects like emptying all trash cans on ranges, around the buildings, campground, conex containers and bagging up all the recyclables need to be done. As well as clean all three ranges, including throwing away all broken wood, cardboard and other debris from the rifle range and raking up the shotgun wads. A good light duty project for someone is picking up the loose trash that's been blown around the range and on Sequan Truck Trail.

    If you have any questions please feel free to give me a call or email.

 
Saturday July 22nd
Noon - 5:00 PM Youth Trap

    The purpose of this NRA sponsored shoot is to provide and encourage a safe and positive experience with firearms and trapshooting for youth. Youth Trap encourages good sportsmanship and personal responsibility through competition.

    Ages 10 - 17
    Every 2nd and 4th Saturday
    Sign in starts at 12:00 PM with no sign in after 12:30.
    Shooters will be put in squads based on experience.
    Shooting commences at 12:30.
    The cost is $10.
    Each participant will receive:
    • Up to four free rounds of trap (100 birds)
    • Three or four boxes of either 12 or 20 gauge shells per shoot. (Ten or less participants four boxes of shells; Over 10 participants, three boxes of shells).

    Since this is a NRA sponsored event, all ammunition must be used during the session you are signed up for. Any unused ammunition must be returned to the Shoot Master. NO REFUNDS GIVEN. Please note that LGR&GC cannot sell NRA sponsored a ammunition.

    For More Information contact:



    ... Shootmasters, NRA Range Safety Officers
    ... NRA Range Safety Officer, Trap Coach
    ... Trap Coach, alternate Shootmaster
    Youth Trap Photos
 
Sunday July 23rd
8:00am - 3:00 PM Sporting Clays

    The Lemon Grove Gun Club is proud to offer this fast growing shooting sport on the fourth Sunday of each month. The first squad starts at 8:00 AM and the last squad starts at 12:00 Noon

    The cost for 50 birds is:
    $10 for juniors, under 17
    $20 for members
    $25 for non-members

    Remember, be safe and come join us on the hill!
    Read More...

Tuesday July 25th
Tuesday Morning Five Stand
8:00 AM - 11:45AM


    Open to all shooters - Every Tuesday 8:00 AM - 11:00AM.
    The cost is $7.00 per round (25 birds)
    For Non Members a daily gate fee of $5.00
    For more information click here

 
Shooting Events
Shoots Open to the public
  • Tuesday Morning Five Stand
  • Every Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM - 11:00AM
  • Wednesday night trap league
  • Every Wednesday night 4:00pm- 7:00 pm
  • Friday Night Pot Shoot
  • Every Friday Evening 5:30 PM
  • Action Handgun Match
  • 1st Saturday 8:00 AM
  • Alpine Archery
  • 2nd Saturday 8:00 AM
  • IDPA Match
  • 3rd Saturday 8AM - 2PM
  • Sporting Rifle
  • 3rd Sunday Even Months
  • Black Powder Shoot
  • 3rd Sunday 1:00PM
  • Sporting Clays
  • 4th Sunday 8:00am
  • Tactical ShotGun
  • 5th Sunday 7:00am
  • Action Rifle Shoot
  • 3rd Sunday Odd Months
  • Youth Trap
  • Every 2nd and 4th Saturday 12:00 - 5:00

    Please check the Activity Calendar to verify event scheduling
    Alpine Weather
    No open fires at the range

      No open fires at the range. Stoves are fine. A portable fire ring that is enclosed with a screen or can be covered with a screen can be used as long as it can contain any sparks or ashes. No large fires, only small contained fires. No fires in high wind conditions. Remember, October is the height of fire season. Safety first.

    Range Information
    Rifle and pistol shooting are NOT permitted without a Club approved Range Safety Officer present on the range - see the Range Schedule

    Failure to comply with this rule will be cause for expulsion from the club.    By direction of the Board of Directors.
    General Meeting
    The next general meeting will be held
    Tuesday August 1st, 2017 at 7:00pm
    Range Cam
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