East End Rod & Gun Club

Flattening the boredom curve since 1947

Orientations Dates / Signup

Range Orientation 2:00PM
02-24-2024 2:00 pm
Range Orientation 2:00PM
03-02-2024 2:00 pm
Range Orientation 2:00PM
03-13-2024 2:00 pm
Range Orientation 2:00PM
03-23-2024 2:00 pm

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Membership

The ticket system is shut down.  Please e-mail issues or questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   Or text/call the club phone - (541) 203-0124. 

This is NOT staffed; voice/text messages are forwarded to volunteers, and there may be a delayed response. 

Absolutely DO NOT e-mail a completed Membership form with credit card information as e-mail is NOT secure.  And it won't be processed.


Orientation registration is through the calendar, not this page.

Logging on to your account is optional, but it helps us; If you don't have an account, you can still register.

To register, go to the calendar, click on the orientation session, and then click on "Register".


Summary

Joining the club requires that you pay dues, sign a hold harmless agreement, and then attend an orientation session.  The orientation walks you through the range rules, which are in place to put everyone on the same page when it comes to firearms safety.

Attending orientation annually is required for the first 3 years of your membership.  The hold harmless agreement must be submitted annually.   If you are not required to attend orientation, you are encouraged to review the current annual range update.

You may pay dues by one of these means:

1.  Sign up on line, and pay by credit card, belowThe on line system is shut down until the new web site is operational.  Joining and renewing must be done by paper application.

2.  Send your completed application with your dues (check or money order) by US Mail.  The address is on the application, which you can download at the bottom of this page; click on "Join/Renew By Paper Application".  Applications are also available at the range, in an information box outside the main gate, and at any orientation session.

3.  Come to an orientation session with your dues; we have the applications and hold harmless agreements there for you to complete. Please bring your dues as cash (exact amount only, PLEASE), check, or money order.  We currently don't accept credit cards at those sessions. 


RENEWAL LINKS ARE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST

Joining the club does not give you an account on this web site.

Accounts must be requested. See "Members Login" on the left.

 If you want to renew/join on line, you must log on first.  


Joining As A New Member?

1.  The membership fee is for a household membership.  The name on the form is the primary user, and all other household members are range users.  If you are single, you are the primary user.  Range users must be legally capable of handling firearms under state law.  

a.  You will receive ONE gate key per membership.  The primary user is responsible for all actions of the range users and guests on the range.

b.  All users must pay their dues and attend range orientation before the card is issued AND activated.  

c.  The primary user must be a member of the National Rifle Association.  You may be either a full member or an associate member (no magazines). If you are already a member, please include your NRA number.  If not, you can join through the club.

2.  Read and sign the “Hold Harmless Agreement”.  This is either a signed form, or a checked box in the on-line version.

3.  Complete the paper application, and either mail it by the Post office, or bring it to your range orientation.   Check or money order is preferred.  Do not send cash by mail.  Change is not available at orientation.

Post Office:  EER&G Club, PO Box 251, Milton-Freewater, OR 97862

4.  Register for a range orientation by selecting a date on the club calendar.  We do accept walk ins.  Orientations are on the 1st & 4th Saturday, starting at 2 pm; they are also held on the 2nd Wednesday, at either 2 pm or 4 pm, depending on the time of year (check the calendar).  Please be early to sign in; late arrivals may not be included for that session, at the discretion of the Range Safety Officer in charge.

5.  Come to the orientation with eye and ear protection.  Come at least 15 minutes early to sign the roster, and pay your fees; if you are too late, you will have to attend another session.  Sessions generally last about an hour, and includes a brief tour of the range, weather permitting.  While the primary and range users must attend orientation, they do not need to attend together.  

6.  You will receive the gate key at orientation, but it won't be activated until payment is confirmed and the gate access system is updated; this can take up to 2 weeks.  

Renewing Your Membership?

1. The primary user must be an NRA member. This is a good time to renew your membership (if you are not a life time member).  You must read and sign the “Hold Harmless Agreement”. Return the signed form with the application and membership fee.

2. Complete the paper application, and either mail it by the Post office, or bring it to your range orientation.   Check or money order is preferred.  Do not send cash by mail.  Change is not available at orientation.

Post Office:  EER&G Club, PO Box 251, Milton-Freewater, OR 97862

3. Register for a range orientation by selecting a date on the club calendar.  We do accept walk ins.  Orientations are on the 1st & 4th Saturday, starting at 2 pm; they are also held on the 2nd Wednesday, at either 2 pm or 4 pm, depending on the time of year (check the calendar).  Please be early to sign in; late arrivals may not be included for that session, at the discretion of the Range Safety Officer in charge.

4. Effective April 1st, 2023, members with more than three consecutive orientations on record do not need to attend orientation, unless there was a break in membership of one or more years.  All others must attend 3 consecutive orientations.  If you are in doubt, simply come to an orientation.  

5.  Come to the orientation with eye and ear protection. Come a few minutes early to sign the roster, and pay your fees. Sessions generally last about an hour, and includes a brief tour of the range, weather permitting. While the primary and range users must attend orientation, they do not need to attend together.

Still have questions?  Please e-mail questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or text/leave a voice message on the club phone - (541) 203-0124.  We will get back to you in a few days.

 

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 Join/Renew by paper application

 THE ON-LINE RENEWAL SYSTEM IS SHUT DOWN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE