Bump Stocks

Bump Stocks at LJRC

With the increased popularity of bump stocks the Board is working on adding a formal policy to the LJRC Handbook regarding their usage at LJRC.  In the absence of a formal policy, members are reminded that you are liable for injury and/or damage caused to persons and property down-range of your shots.  As with fully automatic weapons, which are prohibited without prior approval from the Board, bump stock fitted arms will continue to raise up while being fired.  There has already been reports that some rounds appear to be going over the back wall of the rifle pit.  This could be endangering people, livestock, and equipment directly north of the LJRC facilities. 

Membership has historically been more interested in accuracy while shooting, as is the case with the annual Egg Shoot, verses the spray and pray shooting that bump stocks represent.  Please keep in mind your safety and the safety of our neighbors.

2017 Sight in Days and New Lifetime Membership

2017 Public Sight in Days 9/30/17 and 10/1/17

Big game rifle seasons are just around the corner!  Get your rifles sighted in for a safe and successful hunt.  The LJRC will be open to members and the public Saturday, Sept. 20th and Sunday, Oct. 1st in preparation for the fall rifle hunting seasons.  The gates to the Club will be opened by 10 a.m. and will be locked up at 4:00 p.m. both days.   Board members will be on site periodically throughout the day should you have any questions or concerns with regard to the Club, the range, or your sighting in.  Good luck with all of your hunts this year!

Mike Day Awarded Lifetime Membership

Past LJRC Board Member and dedicated member of the the Club, Mike Day, has been awarded a Lifetime Membership by the Board of Directors.  Mike has given many hours of his time, gallons of fuel, wear and tear on equipment, and more to help with improvements and maintanence to the Club over the years.  Additionally, he has managed the Club's Rifle Egg Shoot for a number of years.  If you have an opportunity to thank Mike for his past and continued service to the Club please do so as we are lucky to have such a dedicated member like him in the Club. 

New Board Members and Advisory Committees

New Board Members and Advisory Committee Openings

The open seats on the Board of Directors of the Club have been filled with the appointment of Curtis Kelley and Greg Storey at the June meeting of the Board of Directors.  If you have the opportunity to thank Mr. Kelley and/or Mr. Storey for volunteering to serve on the Board please do so.  The Club has undergone some major improvements over the last 10 years and it has been the efforts of the Board members and some of the more active members of the Club that have made these improvements possible.

Advisory Committees Are Being Formed

The Board is accepting letters of interest/intent for Advisory Committees being formed for skeet/trap ranges, rifle range, and pistol ranges.  Committees will help the Board with planning of future events, planning and implementing future improvements, as well as planning of future training/classes for each of the different ranges on site at the Club.  If you have a passion for a specific discipline at the Club this is an opportunity for you to get involved.  These committees will also help to insure that the Club and its members are getting the most out of our facilities.  Interested persons are encouraged to reach out for a member of the Board with any questions.  Letters of interest/intent can be submitted to a member of the Board or at the monthly Board meetings that are held on the third Tuesday of each month at the Clubhouse (or Kelly's Guns in the event of inclement weather)

4H Thank Yous

Local 4-H Thank

You Notes

The Club enjoys the opportunity to support local youth shooters.  The following notes of thanks were received by the Club and we are happy to pass them along to you.  Keep up the good work 4-H shooters and staff!


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