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.
You can click on this link (or the image above) and see the savings and sign up online:

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


Club Business / Notices / Calls To Action / Volunteers Needed

~ 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.  




  • 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

(or visit our CONTACT page)

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


  • 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.

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/

Mini-Sporting Clays Fun Shoot

The club has set up a Mini-Sporting Clays Fun Shootopen to the public

every Thursday evening at 5:30 PM throughout the month of September.

5 Stand Sporting Clays is a multi-trap event with clay targets flying from different directions and heights and is great practice for bird hunters.  With grouse and waterfowl season fast approaching, come on out on Thursday evenings to sharpen your shotgunning skills.  Shoots will be on Thursdays, September 3, 10, 17, and 24, so mark your calendar.  We will change the targets each week.

So what is Five Stand?  It’s a shotgun sport combining all the shotgun sports like sporting clays, trap and skeet. It is all shot on a single field without the need for those long walks on a sporting clays course.

There are five stations, or stands and strategically placed clay target traps. Shooters shoot in turn at various combinations of clay birds. Each station will have a menu card that lets the shooter know the sequence of clay birds he or she will be shooting at (i.e. which trap the clay bird will be coming from). 

Our mini-five stand targets are overhead flying from any trap at varying angles, heights, and speeds much like bird hunting. There are three presentations at each of your five “stations” and all single targets can be shot at twice, so bring extra shells sometimes you may use 30 shells per round.


For those who have come out this summer to shoot trap, we will be adjusting them for sporting clays and so trap shooting will not be available.