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"Good looking club house. Very nice people. GREAT fish fry. Skeet, trap, pistol, rifle, and archery ranges, all well kept and well run...."

Paul Weisnesel

Be A Range Safety Officer

Range Safety Officers (RSOs) are always needed.

RSOs are volunteers who assure a safe shooting environment on the club’s ranges, as well as providing technical support as needed.

NRA certification is required, which is a one day class with registration available through a link on the NRA’s instructor web site. There is a one-time fee for the class, as well as a periodic recertification fee.

Most of the club’s RSOs volunteer to become part of a monthly schedule serving the rifle and pistol ranges. Other RSOs serve on the trap and skeet ranges, as needed. We serve both members and non-members, depending on the shooting activity and event. It’s good for the club and an enjoyable way to get to know a lot of people in a short period of time.

If you’d like to know more, contact Dan Kittel or Kevyn Quamme.
Range Safety Officers (RSOs) are always needed.

RSOs are volunteers who assure a safe shooting environment on the club’s ranges, as well as providing technical support as needed.

NRA certification is required, which is a one day class with registration available through a link on the NRA’s instructor web site. There is a one-time fee for the class, as well as a periodic recertification fee.

Most of the club’s RSOs volunteer to become part of a monthly schedule serving the rifle and pistol ranges. Other RSOs serve on the trap and skeet ranges, as needed. We serve both members and non-members, depending on the shooting activity and event. It’s good for the club and an enjoyable way to get to know a lot of people in a short period of time.

If you’d like to know more, contact Dan Kittel or Kevyn Quamme.