This is our annual winter bolt action or straight pull action military surplus match. Details here
.22 Rimfire F Class Rifle Match
April thru October we offer a 22 rimfire monthly matches, Details here
22LR ARA (Winter matches)
During the winter we have a heated build to shoot 'ARA' American Rimfire Association targets. We try and hold 1 meet a month threw the winter with 3 classes.
- Base class under $750 no modifications
- Intermediate class under $1,500
- Open class
Dave Wilk F/G Class Challenge
If you are interested in shooting targets at the far end of the rifle range, come to this match.
Hunting or precision rifle welcomed. If you have questions please contact Reg Lipp.
Military Rifle Match
Bring your military rifle and shoot, Details here
NRA 80 Round Regional Course
This is a long range match. If you have questions please contact Reg Lipp or Gary Stevens.
CMP EIC Match
This long range match. More information about the match including a copy of the flyer is on the Rod and
Gun Club‘s website. If you have questions please contact Reg Lipp or Gary Stevens.
CMP Modern Military Match
Bring your favorite surplus military or modern military styled rifle to this fun new match. The match is rapid, and slow fire at 200 yards.
Part of the match standing and prone shooting. If you have questions please contact Reg Lipp or Gary Stevens.
If you missed out on this years Frigid pistol match, don’t worry. This year we are holding the same match again, but hopefully
this time it will be warmer. Each round will require 30 rounds of ammo and a few magazines for your pistol. Please contact Gary Stevens for more
Would you like to improve your rifle
shooting? Stop by the club on Tuesdays at
5:30 PM. Superior Rifleman is the long range
rifle club at the range. You can use almost any
centerfire rifle, including a hunting rifle, a
modern sporting rifle, a military surplus rifle
or a custom precision rifle. You can shoot on a
bench, prone, kneeling or standing and you
can use a bipod or sandbag if you want. Open
sights or an optic are welcomed. Contact Mark
Knoebel for further information. Please see
calendar for dates and times.
The Junior Rifle season will end with the
Family Pizza Party and fun shoot on April 6,
beginning at 6 PM. This season, there were a
total of 14 shooters; so many in fact, that we
had to expand Junior Rifle to two nights a
week. That many young shooters meant that
the program burned through a large amount
of .22 ammunition, which, as everyone
recognizes, has been difficult to find. If you
have any standard velocity .22 LR that you
don’t need, please consider donating it to the
Junior Rifle program by contacting Robin
Turner at 906-869-2406.
The Junior Rifle program starts up again on
December 7, 2022. If your child is interested
in learning more about competitive .22
rimfire shooting or just wants to learn more
about shooting in general, they may be
interested in junior rifle. A rifle and targets
will be provided. If you would like to learn
more, contact Robin Turner.
Do you like shooting or at least trying to shoot
clay pigeons? If the answer is yes, then
starting May 4th, come to the club house on
Wednesdays around 5:00 PM for trap and
skeet and Thursdays around 5:00 PM for
sporting clays with your shotgun and ammo.
Winter trap, skeet and mini sporting clays will
continue on Saturday afternoons until May
Mid-UP Shooters is the shotgun club at the
rod and gun club. In addition to running the
shotgun day or nights every week at the club,
they also organize the registered skeet and
side by side matches in the summer. Please
check the calendar for dates and times.
Unfortunately, due to world events, clay target
prices will be increasing May 1st. You are not
required to join Mid-UP shooters to
participate in shotgun events, but all club
members are welcome to join. The side by
side and registered skeet shoots will be in
August. More information will be in the
upcoming newsletter. Contact Len Gaboury if
you have questions or if you would like to join
Stop by the club on a Monday night around
5:00 PM and bring your favorite pistol or
revolver. Make sure to bring lots of ammo.
Contact Bob Napel if you have questions.
July 9th the club will be presenting the
inaugural Firecracker 250 Pistol Match. It’s
will be like the Frigid 300 or the former Tri-
Range pistol shoots, but with more options
and it will definitely be warmer. First off, as
the match’s name implies, you’ll be firing only
25 rounds. Why? Well, you can fire the course
twice with only one box of ammo. You will be
loading just 5 rounds instead of the more
familiar 6 shots as the playing field will
include some shooters wielding 5 shot stubbie
wheel guns. There will be a separate class for
shooters who are firing any handgun with a
barrel length of 3.8” or less. You may use any