Cowboy Action


SASS Wild Bunch Action Shooting


USPSA


Blackpowder and Muzzle Loader


Small Bore Silhouette


Hunter Education


Links to other clubs
and organizations


Professional Firearms Trainers that use our range



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13th Annual Glock Match and USPSA MATCH (back to back)

It's time!!! Entry's are now being accepted for the 2015 Idaho State Glocks Only USPSA Championship
and 2015 USPSA Back to Back match held in Emmett, Idaho.

Click here for details


Check the calendar below.

Please check the calendar for range use before going up, some bays are reserved for training or club events.
All reservations must be made two weeks (14 days) in advance. For information on reserving bays, please call E.S.E. at 365-4272.


March 2015
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1
Cowboy Shooting, sign up at 9am, shoot at 10am, pistol range
2
3
4
5
Full Moon
6
7
.22 Silhouette Match on lower rifle range. Match signup at 11 am match starts 12 noon
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
NWTF Patterning Clinic, Rifle range bays 1 and 2, 8 am to 5:30 pm.

Hasslbauer Enhanced CCW Class, 2pm to 5pm, 4th pistol bay

SSR Women's Self Defense Bootcamp 2pm to 5pm, 2nd pistol bay

15
Junior Shooters, last two covered bays on the rifle range, 8 am to 5pm

SDE Pistol 101 class from 3pm till dark, 4th pistol bay

SSR Handgun 101-102, noon to 7pm, 2nd pistol bay

16
17
18
SSR Handgun 101, 1pm to 3pm, 2nd pistol bay
19
20
New Moon
21
Black Powder and Muzzle Loader Match in the first three rifle range bays, with the gate open at 12:00pm and the match commencing at 1:00pm until completed.
22
Wild Bunch Match on the upper range. Registration at 10:00am and the match start at 10:30am until 2:00pm.

SDE Pistol 101 class from 3pm till dark, 4th pistol bay

23
24
25
26
27
28
USPSA Points Match on the upper range.
29
30
31
1
2
3
4


From the President's Corner

Take a few minutes and refresh yourself with the Gem County Rod and Gun Club Safety Rules. These are a few of the rules that you need to keep in mind when using the range:


NO pets on range out of vehicle
NO Beer or any Alcohol on the range
NO unattended children under 12

*** Use eye protection! Use of safety glasses is especially important if the steel knock down targets are being used as targets. Fragments from the bullet can and do ricochet off of steel going in all directions. Protect your eyes and the eyes of those in your group, whether or not they are shooting.

*** Use Hearing protection!

*** Downrange: No one should be handling an uncased firearm when others are downrange of them.

*** 180 Rule: Never break the 180 degree rule by pointing your firearm to the side or behind you when at the firing line.

*** Loading Safety: Load or re-load your pistol only when on the firing line.

*** Earth Berms: No one is to be on the berms, this is an unsafe area.


Keeping the Gate Closed and Locked

Please close and lock the gate when entering the range unless it is for a scheduled event.
Club members do not always close and lock the gate when entering or leaving the range. Leaving the gate unlocked permits non-members to enter the range. Non-members then get locked in and either calls a member for the combination or a member has to go to the range and unlock the gate. Or the non-member takes the fence down to drive out; then a member has to fix the fence. It may be an inconvenience to close and lock the gate when entering or leaving, but it's also an inconvenience to others when they have to take care of the resulting problems. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


If you have any questions, please make sure to call, e-mail, or show up at monthly meeting which is every second Monday of the month currently at the ESE gun store here in Emmett (365-4272).