The JRGC Executive Committee gave permission to Chris Faulkenburg of the Dubois County Sheriff’s Department to hold training for the Emergency Response Team on Monday, July 21st. The JRGC appreciate everything that our local law enforcement does for our communities and welcome any chance to help.
This target was photographed this weekend posted on the 50 yard rifle range. Do you see the problem? Please do not post any targets so that you will be shooting through the wood target mounting posts and rails. There is lots of cardboard available stacked by the clubhouse, so please use it! Mount the cardboard between the wood rails, and then mount your targets to the cardboard so your shots will not impact the wood. We all understand that sometimes an occasional shot may hit a rail or post, but mounting a target as shown above, where most of the rounds will hit the wood, just causes unnecessary damage and expense for the club, not to mention annoying everyone else who knows better.
Mount your targets correctly – don’t be “That Guy” that screws it up for everyone else!!
If you need any additional explanation, please see our Target Mounting How-To Page, or ask a club officer or member to show you the correct way.
You may have noticed the new automated gate installed at the club. The gate is now active, and here are a few things to remember:
Your gate access code is written on your current Jasper Rifle & Gun Club membership card, so bring it with when you come out to shoot.
The gate will be locked open for public events. If you arrive at the club and the gate is open, just drive in.
Gate codes are unique to each club member, and help the club maintain security and enforce club policies. Do not share your code with anyone. Gate access is logged, and any unauthorized use or abuse can result in disciplinary action and/or loss of membership.
Read the gate instructions and policies on the Gate Policies Page, so you understand how the gate works.