Mar 10

Tuesday Evening Trap Shooting starts April 7th at 6:30pm

Tuesday Evening Trap Shooting will begin April 7th, 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 $6.00 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.

Feb 14

Karl E. Kelley Memorial Youth Camp

During the month of June, boys and girls from across the state converge on Ross Camp in West Lafayette for a week long experience of learning and adventure at the Karl E. Kelley Memorial Youth Camp. This year’s dates will be June 21-27, 2020.

While attending, campers will be certified in Hunter Education and Boater Education. They will also participate in range day, where they will shoot muzzleloaders, shotguns, handguns, rifles, crossbows, and archery, all under the watchful eyes of Indiana Conservation Officers. In addition to the safety classes and range day, campers will participate in a water day with the ICO Scuba team, attending canoe safety classes, and enjoying airboat and Jet Ski rides.

The goal of the week is to teach boys and girls life skills that they will use for the rest of their lives.

The week-long camp has a capacity of 120 campers from all over the Hoosier state, and will accepting applicants in the order of receipt.  The camp is open to first time campers both boys and girls that have completed the 5th or 6th grade and have not attended the previous summer. This year, the Jasper Rifle and Gun Club will be sponsoring any JRGC member’s child or grandchild who meets this criteria. If interested, please contact us at

The first Indiana Conservation Officer Youth Camp was held in August 1997. It was later named in memory of F/Sgt. Karl E. Kelly, who lost his life in the line of duty while attempting to rescue fellow officers who had become trapped in a low-head dam during a training exercise in April 1998.

Feb 12

2020 Outlaw Steel Match Schedule

Click this link to find out What to Expect at a JRGC Outlaw Steel Match

  • Matches are open to the public, all ages (under 18 with an adult). ALL skill levels from novices to experienced shooters.
  • Matches will be scheduled the 4th Saturday of the month from March through October.
  • Dates:  Mar 28, Apr 25, May 23, Jun 27, Jul 25, Aug 22, Sep 26, Oct 24
  • Time (EST): Setup-8:00am; Registration-9:00am; Safety Briefing-9:45am; Match Starts-10:00am
  • Cost: Members $5.00 per shooter per firearm, Non-Members $10.00 for first firearm, $5.00 for each firearm after. Juniors free with paid adult.
  • Round Count: 25 (or more) per stage.
  • 4 to 6 stages depending on how many volunteers come out to help set-up and tear down.
  • The 25-Yard, 50-Yard and possibly 100-Yard Range will be unavailable for general member use during this match. The 10-Yard Pistol and 25/50-Yard Range will be available for member use.
  • For more information, email or PM us on Facebook.

Outlaw Steel is a speed shooting competition shot from a stationary position at five static steel plates per stage, ranging in size from 10″ round plates to 18×24″ square plates. Outlaw Steel is primarily a pistol and revolver game, but rimfire rifles and pistol-caliber carbines are also allowed, making it ideal for young and new shooters.

Outlaw Steel scoring is simple: Your time is your score. There are five plate targets, with four being primary plates and the fifth being the ‘stop plate’. Each of the primary plates must be hit at least once during each string of fire, followed by the stop plate, which must be hit last to stop the time. Competitors may fire as many rounds as they deem necessary for each string of fire. The best four out of five strings will be counted as the total score for each stage. The total score for all stages will determine the order of finish for final standings.

Each stage is unique in its design and offers a different challenge to the shooter. All courses of fire are shot from a single shooting box. We will have 4 to 6 different stages set up for this match depending on how many volunteers come out to help set-up and tear down.

There is no need for specialized equipment; shoot whatever you have. If shooting a center fire pistol or revolver, the start position is gun holstered, so you’ll need a holster that allows a safe draw. Rimfire shooters start from a low-ready position, so no holster is needed. It’s helpful to have enough magazines to reduce reloading time between strings and keep the match moving along. And, of course, appropriate eye and ear protection is always required while on the range.

Rimfire firearms (rifles and pistols) are to be chambered in .22 caliber only, while centerfire handguns must be chambered in the minimum caliber of .38 Special (9mm). All rounds must travel at a minimum of 750fps. Multiple-projectile and Magnum loads are not permitted.

Steel shooting offers a port of entry to the pistol shooting sports and is an excellent starting place for young or beginner shooters. Regardless of your shooting background or skill level, all shooters walk away smiling after shooting Outlaw Steel matches. This competition provides a level playing field for shooters of all backgrounds.

We encourage you to bring new shooters, inexperienced shooters, young shooters, spouses, children, or any other interested persons regardless of their skill, ability, or equipment.  We will make every effort to accommodate anyone who wants to try this exciting shooting sport as long as they can shoot safely.

For more information, email or PM us on Facebook.