The Board wants to alert you about the provisions for opening of the club for this season. 

First, our Michigan Governor has recently closed all “public” shooting clubs in the state until further notice.  Second, our club is private not public.  Third, the Federal Government has advised states that gun stores, gun makers, and shooting ranges are considered essential businesses that should not be closed during shutdowns meant to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, so we can remain open if our all our members follow the rules and restrictions listed below.

The Board, by majority, voted to open the club to
members only, with the following conditions strictly observed.  It is imperative that all members follow the guidelines below or we will have to close the range to all for the transgressions of the few.

Things to know relating to members using the club for the start of the 2020 season:
Due to the limitations put on groups and gatherings by the Federal Government and the State of Michigan, we have to be very careful with the use of the club until all orders are lifted.  The Board of Directors require that anyone coming out to shoot observe the following rules: (please print out for your reference)

  • First, observe all safety rules that were sent out with the membership cards.
  • Second, the club mandates that no more than 5 shooters are allowed on the pistol/rifle range at any time.  Practice the same Social Distancing guidelines as you would at the grocery store.  If there are too many people shooting, please leave and return on another day or time.
  • Third, make sure you sign in and out in the log book at the Target shed.
  • For the time being, do not bring non-member guests to the club.  Family memberships allow spouse and children living at home access, but please limit the number of people you bring to the club for now.
  • Do not come to the club if you or anyone in your household is sick.
  • Do a thorough clean-up after you shoot, including taking down your down-range targets, picking up brass and debris.
  • The Education Center and the Maintenance Building will remain locked and not accessible to members until the state and federal orders are rescinded.
  • The club will not be holding or allow anyone to hold meetings, events, training, etc. for the time being.
  • The club will not be starting Thursday trap shooting, formal work bees, Saturday Open to the Public Shooting, or club sponsored events until further notice.

For those of you who have not yet sent in your dues, the gate combination will be changed soon, as soon as the drive is free from snow.  If you plan on shooting, please send in your membership form.

The Club has renewed its membership with the Civilian Marksmanship Program for 2019. All club members will have access to ammunition, targets, military surplus firearms, etc. Their website is:  http://thecmp.org/

Remember to keep an eye on this area and our events page for upcoming work bees, meeting notices and other snippets of Club info.


The Club is now listed on the Michigan DNR Shooting Range website. Link is (there are 2 tabs, an interactive map or a list of ranges): https://www.midnr.com/Publications/pdfs/ArcGISOnline/interactiveMaps/shootingranges/



Club Business / Notices / Calls To Action / Volunteers Needed


  • To foster and promote the shooting sports by educating the public and especially the youth.
  • To promote hunter safety and ethics.
  • To foster and encourage the rights of American citizens to own and bear arms as provided by the Constitution of the United States of America.


Superior Range Shooter's Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 31

N13302 Black River Rd.,

Ironwood MI 49938 US

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Superior Range Shooter's Club, Inc.


  • Covered shooting line 
  • 300 yard rifle range
  • Pistol range
  • New Education Center containing class room space, restrooms and a kitchen area
  • Trap shooting area
  • Cell phone hot spot


  • 4H firearm education
  • Hunter safety program aligned with Gogebic County Schools
  • Conceal carry permit training
  • Firearms training
  • Annual rifle sight in day