Tuesday Evening Trap Shooting will start on Tuesday evenings starting April 6, 2021, start time is 6:30pm. Trap shooting is open for both club members and non-members. Cost for 25 targets is $4.00 for members and $5.00 for non-members. You are responsible to provide your own shotgun and ammunition.
WAIVER REQUIREMENT: Non-member competitors wishing to participate in any Club matches will need to have a Waiver Agreement completed and signed prior to live fire. JRGC members have already completed this requirement for competition. Waiver Agreements will be available on day of competition or can be downloaded <here> for viewing and completion prior to the match.
The next scheduled monthly Range Orientation Briefing will be held Monday, March 8th at the Jasper Rifle and Gun Club starting promptly at 5:45pm. This FREE informative session is open to all NEW and prospective members, and has been created to explain the safety practices that are required of all Club members and their guests.
Unscheduled Sunday afternoon Range Orientation Sessions may also be available after the weekly Sunday Trap Shoot. Note that Sunday Trap is only available if the temperature is 40* or warmer and not raining. No Trap, No Orientation! If in doubt, call John Butler at (812) 631-8342.
Attendance of the Range Orientation Briefing is a prerequisite for JRGC membership. After completion your Membership Card and Gate Code will be provided.
This Range Orientation Briefing is also open to all members who wish to refresh their range safety knowledge. Regularly scheduled sessions occur the second Monday of each month, promptly at 5:45pm.
The monthly meeting of the Executive Committee will follow. All members are welcome to attend.
How would you like to help guide the JRGC to the next level of member satisfaction? We have various positions we are creating or have open that needs to be filled by like-minded members. If you would like to help in any of these positions, please contact an officer or come to our next Executive Committee Meeting on the second Monday of the month at 6:30pm at the Clubhouse.
Outlaw Steel Committee – Duties of various members include setting up various steel target stages, registering and collecting fees from competitors, performing safety briefing before match, and scoring competitors accurately.
Wobble Trap Committee – Duties of various members include implementing a new Spring Wobble Trap League to take advantage of our new Pat-Trap Wobble Traps.
MembersAppreciation Day Picnic Chairman – Duties include supervising various volunteers to make sure members have a memorable experience at our yearly Members’ Appreciation Day Picnic.
Range Improvement Chairman – Duties include the supervision of improvement projects to be completed at the Club. Experience in construction procedures is a great advantage.
For more information, call any Executive Board member or drop by our monthly Executive Committee meetings on the second Monday of each month.