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  • The SBRGA clubhouse
  • Singles Trap range
  • Singles Trap range
  • Singles Trap range - open all year long
  • The old Trap Shack
  • The new Trap Shack
  • Trap range rules
  • Rifle range
  • Shooting at the handgun range
  • The old handgun range
  • The new handgun range
  • Target holders on Handgun range
  • Doubles Trap range

Entrance to the SBRGA:

Except during supervised trap shooting hours and other club events, access to the club grounds is controlled by an electronic gate. To enter the SBRGA grounds, wave your white Photo ID/gate card in close proximity to the rectangular black box on the post before the gate. The LED on the black box will light momentarily, and the gate will lift. After you pass through, the gate will automatically close. To exit, wave your card near the box mounted on the arm of the telephone phone pole that is before the clubhouse as you exit. The gate will remain open for 90 seconds or until you exit, whichever is sooner.

We are installing an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) device in the warming house at the pistol range.
Check out the video about the ZOLL AED operation at
https://youtu.be/8uWFu-4bZP8?list=PL0815C309059D2FD5.

HANDGUN AND RIFLE RANGES:

Our Club has a handgun range with target stands at 25, 50, 75, and 150 feet and a rifle range with target stands at 50, 100 and 200 yards. We also have 4", 10", and 16" diameter metal gongs at 200 yards. Current Club membership is required to use these ranges, unless you are an accompanied guest of a member. Shooting hours are from 9 AM until sunset daily. Please note that all pistol and rifle shooting ends at Sunset, not when it is too dark to shoot. In addition, only lead core bullets may be fired at the metal gongs.

In the back of our pistol range, we also have a Falling Plates steel target system that is used for supervised events. The schedule is posted on our home page and is subject to change. We currently allow handgun calibers up to 9mm for shooting plates. Most participants shoot either .22LR or 9mm. You'll need two magazines loaded with 6 rounds for each turn and a case for your handgun. All members are encouraged to come try this fun activity. Please read complete details on our falling plates overview.

For those cold winter days, we have a 'warm up' room inside the pistol house. Click any image to view larger.

New warm up room inside the pistol house New warm up room inside the pistol house Inside the warm up room

NOTICE: Plywood Needed for Targets

We always have need for plywood scraps that can be sized to 18" x 24", 24" x 24" and 18" x 36".

If you have any plywood to donate, please drop it off outside the pistol range. Better yet, cut it into target boards and stack it in the pistol range :) Whatever you can do to help, we and all of your fellow club members would appreciate it greatly. Thank you!

TRAP RANGES:

Click to view Trap Checklist
Click to view
Trap Shooter's Checklist
For clay bird shooters we have 2 Trap fields for singles and
doubles. The singles field is open 3 days per week as follows.

Thursday afternoons from Noon until about 7 or 8 PM
Saturday from 9 AM until 12 Noon
Sundays from 9 AM until 12 Noon

The doubles field is generally open during Sunday trap hours.

A round of Trap singles, consisting of 25 clay birds cost $4.00.
A round of doubles costs $8.00.
Trap shooting is open to members and their guests.

Trap Field House:

The new trap field house is open. We have pictures taken during the build. Click here to view. Open during trap shooting hours, inside we have coffee, sodas and bottled water available for purchase, and sometimes snacks (donuts, etc.).

As part of the new trap field house, we have a new heated bathroom with running water. The entrance is on the left side of the new trap field house and the entry lock code is the same code that opens the gate to the rifle and pistol ranges. There is also a separate bathroom lock code that you may give to guests that are shooting with you. This code can be found in the members only area of this website. Do not give non-members the range codes.

Remember: This is an all volunteer club. Please leave the premises as clean or cleaner than when you entered! There is no one to clean up after you except yourself!

ARCHERY RANGE:

The Club has an Archery Range with targets set up to 50 yards. Club membership required, unless you are an accompanied guest of a member.