'Central Oregon's Public Range'




THE STEEL TARGETS ARE BACK!  Bill Layton will be getting these installed  on the rifle range within the week!  Please note that steel core and armor piercing ammunition will not be permitted.  The steel targets are expensive and the use of the steel core/AP rounds will destroy the targets in very little time.  There is new signage at the rifle range making the shooters aware that the steel ammo is not allowed. 


Rifle & Pistol Wish List in PDF Format

 Check In Procedures at the RIFLE AND PISTOL RANGES

Our Range Safety Officers are provided to maintain a safe, clean and professional shooting facility.  Members and non-members who use or are planning on using the Rifle & Pistol range are encouraged to review our Rifle and Pistol Range Policy and General Gun Safety and General Range Rules.  If you have any questions or concerns with any of the content, please contact anyone on the Executive Board for assistance.

SUMMER HOURS:  Wednesday & Friday, 10:00 a.m. til 2:00 p.m.
                                     Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 a.m. til 4:00 p.m.
Discipline Director
James Koehn

Protocols for Training Ranges and Instructors
Gun Safety & Range Rules




2020 Training Course Dates:  February 8, April 11, July 18 and October 24.


Range Safety Officer Course Description


Course is a Saturday 8:00 am-7:00 pm.  Pre-registration on line at  nrainstructors.org is required.  Course fee is $75, minimum age is 21, must be lawful citizen of the United States.  No live ammunition or concealed carry allowed in classroom.  All firearms will be provided for the course training. Please bring your lunch, snacks, beverage to keep yourself comfortable during class.  Basic knowledge of firearm safety, function, and malfunction, a receptive & positive attitude, student participation & interaction is expected.  The course goal is to develop NRA certified Range Safety Officers who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations.  Course content  includes: ensure range is safe to use, conduct range safety briefings for shooters, handle ammunition & gun malfunctions safely, role of the NRA Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures, supervise safety aspects of shooting activities, and handle emergency procedures as established by range management.  NRA membership is not required but strongly recommended for ease of NRA certification.  Thank you for your time and efforts to keep shooting as a safe activity.  Please mail $40 check as a nonrefundable deposit to reserve your spot to:  Maureen N Rogers.  63930 N Hwy 97 Unit 49   Bend, OR  97701-8867.  Phone/text 541-604-0144 with any questions or concerns.

Maureen Rogers

Club Fact Sheet Summer in PDF Format