1st place Jordan Jensen 2nd place Bill Martin 3rd place Jim Jensen 4th place Richard Zanon : Congatulations fellows .
Winners of the raffle $1000 Meridith McArthur ;; $500 Jim McArthur;; $250 Dave Baraniak;;; $100 Tom Kieson;;;$50 Mike Racer ;;;;$50 Jim McArthur ::: $50 Pat Medo ::: $50 Oscar Wolfgram::; $50 Tim Christianson:::: $50 Kenny Swanson::: $50 Pam Swanson $50 Harold Gicking . Congratulations winners
- SAFETY FIRST
- NO GUNS IN CLUB HOUSE
- All guns unloaded, actions open and an ECI (Empty Chamber Indicator) in chamber (or gun in case/holster) going to and from the line or when changing shooting stations
- Sign in with manager in clubhouse:
- Show your membership card. Or pay day shooting fee
- Borrow ear muffs or staple gun (but do not staple the bench or stool)
- Purchase targets, clays or ear plugs from range manager
- AT FLAGS UP
- Immediately stop shooting
- Engage safety, open action and insert ECI (or case/holster gun)
- Leave gun on bench in stable position
- Raise your bench flag and move behind your bench
- Do not handle guns while flags are up
- Do not go down range to place or check targets until all flags are up and all shooters are away from guns
- Do not put flags down or touch guns until all shooters are back behind benches
- Flags may be put up every 15 minutes, except when range is under direct supervision of a range officer who’s announced commands must be obeyed
- No alcohol allowed on the firing line
- No Armor Piercing, Steel Core, Tracer or Incendiary bullets allowed
- No rapid fire - at least 5 seconds between shots
- No crossfire. Shoot only at the target in front of your bench
- No benches are to be moved (Unless authorized by a range officer)
- Target rules:
- Do not move target frames (Unless authorized by a range officer)
- Targets must be placed within the target board edges only
- Do not place objects on top of the target frame (Birds, Cans, etc.)
- Trap shooters must insure that thrower adjustment and shooter position does not result in pellets hitting target boards, trap houses or landing off the range.
- Minors (under 18) must be accompanied and supervised as follows:
- Under 14 – a parent, responsible adult or certified Hunter Safety Instructor
- 14 thru 17 – may shoot unsupervised with Hunter Safety Certificate, but not handguns
- No one under the age of 18 will handle or fire a handgun.
- Pick up your brass, clean up your litter and place in appropriate container
- Report any faulty equipment to a range officer or to manager in the clubhouse
- Do not pick up another shooter’s brass (Unless authorized by shooter or a range officer)
- The range officer(s) will interpret rules, resolve all disputes, and may deny the shooting privileges of, or ask anyone to leave the property. Those who do not comply will be removed by the police
THE CLUB IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURIES OR FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS
- Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
- National Rifle Association - MyNRA
- Where to Shoot (NASR)
- National Association of Shooting Ranges
- National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF)
- CMP - Civilian Marksmanship Program
- NSCA - National Sporting Clays Association
- WSCA - Wisconsin Sporting clays Association
- ATA - Amateur Trapshooting Association Home Page
- WTA - Wisconsin Trapshooters Association
- ACWSA - American Civil War Shooters Association
- SCI - Safari Club International
- SCI - NEW (Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of SCI)
- Ducks Unlimited
- Trout Unlimited
- Fox Valley Trout Unlimited
- Adaptive Sportsmen Inc.
- Van Dyne Sportsmens Club
- Outagamie Area Pheasants Forever
- Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America, Inc.
Phone: (920) 757-6135
The Twin City Rod & Gun Club hosts 50 round national matches typically on the third Sunday of the month from January through September.
The Twin City Rod & Gun Club is also a participating member in the Northeast Wisconsin High Power Rifle League.
Fees: Club matches $5.00 - includes targets and score sheets League matches $8.00 - includes targets, score sheets and awards fee (NEW-HPRL entry fee is $10) Special matches $15.00 - includes targets, score sheets and awards fee
Twin City Rod & Gun Club is a CMP affiliated club, therefore, becoming a member of the club and participating in one of our 50 round national matches will fulfill two eligibility requirements for purchasing rifles from the Civilian Marksmanship Program.