East End Rod & Gun Club

Flattening the boredom curve since 1947

 

Welcome to the East End Rod and Gun Club!

The East End Rod and Gun Club opens at 8 am Monday through Friday, and 9 am Saturday and Sunday.  This is a private club, and membership is required to use it.  Members may bring guests.  If you are not a member, and wish to use the range, membership information is here.

The range closes 30 minutes before sunset.  Make sure to look at the time board at the gate for the end shooting time that day!  The gate will open for another 45 minutes, so don't dally in leaving.

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Please check this page, our Facebook page, or contact the club by phone [(541) 203-0124] or e-mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).  

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Your attention, please!
 
The Action Range has been misused by some members in at least two ways:
 
1. The maximum size center fire rifle cartridge on the Action Range is 5.56mm / .223". At least one member has been shooting 7.62mm / .30" center fire cartridges.
 
2. The firing line is along the top of the berm, where the benches are located. At least one member has been shooting 5.56mm / .223 and 12 gage shotgun from the base of the berm, well forward of the firing line.
 
We don't know who is ignoring the rules, but we are asking all members to keep an eye on the Action Range. If you do see someone violating the range rules, please report it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Thank you!

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No target stands in the falling plate bays

This can damage the plate stand, and may have serious richochets

 

These stands were found in (and removed from!) one of the falling plate plate bays on April 28th.  This practice is not acceptable, as the legs on the falling plates are not AR500 steel, and will be damaged by bullets.  There are already holes in them.  Further, the concrete blocks will be damaged by bullet impacts.  This has already happened.  

Repairs to the falling plates come from your dues, which are needed for other range upkeep tasks.  Please respect the range.


Club meeting minutes and other documents are available for members

Log on as a member, under the "MEMBERSHIP" button.  For minutes, click "Member pages" and then "Meeting Minutes".  For the SOP, Range Rules, and By-Laws, click on "Member Documents".


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