Winter Range Use Tips

Clear snow away before shooting to aid in brass pick up.
Remove taped on or stapled paper targets from the coroplast (plastic) backing when finished shooting.
Store the 25 yard target stand bases under the roof so they are clear for snow removal and they don’t freeze to the ground.
Watch out for icy conditions. Spread sand over slippery areas with sand from the shed behind the clubhouse.
Thaw out the gate lock if found icy.
Help out by removing snow whenever possible.
Obey the speed limit on Pound road and on club property, visibility is reduced and stopping times are increased.
Make sure club house doors are closed and locked and that the heat isn’t set too high or low. 60 degrees is more than adequate for freeze protection and for warming up from the cold outside.

50 yard range upgrade.

During the week starting November 14, 2022 the work on the 50 yard range will take place. The range will be closed while work is going on so be prepared to use a different range if you arrive and find people working on the range.

If available to help, contact Dennis Dyer.

Membership year end counting down.

Two days left to get it done!
No time for snail mail now. Use the on line renewal on the website. If for any reason there is a problem with the website and you can’t make it work in time, send an email stating the problem to The email must be time and date stamped by 6/30/22 11:59pm to be considered.

At 00:01 am on 7/1/22, all memberships that have not been renewed will be forfeited per the bylaws. You will then be required to apply and get on the waiting list.

Nelson Frost
President, Durham Rod and Gun Club