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/

Have you thought about joining the NRA or renewing your expired membership but were unsure how to do it or thought it was too expensive?
We can save you up to $$$ on all levels.
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Club Business / Notices / Calls To Action / Volunteers Needed


Shotgun Patterning Board
It appears that some members are using the rifle and pistol targets for shotgun practice.

  This is not allowedand has damaged many of our target holders. 

Please be advised that you should not shoot shotguns at the Pistol and rifle ranges. 

To that end, we are planning a shotgun patterning board and stand that will allow members to pattern their bird guns and sight in their deer slug guns. It will be located between the rifle and trap range, so watch for it.

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


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

  • 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.
  • 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


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

N13302 Black River Rd.,

Ironwood MI 49938 US

(or visit our CONTACT page)

Superior Range Shooter's Club, Inc.



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/


Tuesday, June 23 is the best chance of a dry day early this week.  If there is anything on the list that you can help out with, please drop by around noon and go to work.  We have two riding lawnmowers and a push mower for use, but if someone can bring their weed whackers that would be great.

Tuesday Work Bee:

  •    Mow Lawn
  •    String Trimming
  •    Hang 300 yard Gong
  •    Build shotgun patterning board   
  •    Move targets to main trap house
  •    Install two New Security Cameras 
  •     Clean up Target House
  •     Clean and organize Maintenance Building
  •     Bag up trash from range and buildings
  •     Put wheels on magnetic steel casing picker-upper and hang on the rifle range

Tractor work

  •     Fill potholes near gate
  •     Haul old burn tank away
  •     Install new burn tank



~ Proof of Membership ~

It is thought that we may have some non-members who walk in and shoot without membership or safety training.  Scattered brass, shot up signs, shooting while downrange lights and buzzer are on, and video surveillance are signs that this is happening.  To help members and the Board, please keep your membership card handy.  Put it in your wallet or bag and offer it to anyone who asks if you are a member?  This will hopefully keep you as well as those asking about your membership safe while at the range.