2022 Gun Raffle

This year’s raffle includes two great guns that will be awarded. 


  • First prize is a Korean era M1 Garand, assembled from unissued military parts by the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) in 2014. A limited number of Special Edition rifles were built with a new CMP stock to make up a brand-new rifle using original 70-year-old parts. General George S Patton said the M-1 Garand was “the greatest battle implement ever devised”. The rifle comes with many accessories, ammunition, and clips.


  • Second prize is a new in a hard case Benelli Super 90 Montefeltro 20 ga. Semi-Auto shotgun. The gun features the fine walnut. Crio® System, Benelli cryogenically treated barrel and choke tubes to increase pattern density.  The Inertia-Driven® System shotgun is clean, reliable, and adjustment-free.

Tickets will be available soon

See photo below for more info.

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  • The MI DNR/USF&WS grant has been awarded to construct a 5 Stand Sporting clays course with most going to the purchase of 5 additional traps. 


   The course will be set up between the two trap ranges and will offer an excellent training ground for bird hunters, with 7 traps total throwing different combinations of many different shots a shotgunner experiences in hunting different game birds. For instance, some targets are thrown away from the shooter, some are incoming, and some fly side to side, high and low, and “rabbit” targets that roll along the ground on their edge. The completion of this course is expected to take place this spring with all volunteer work, so please consider helping when asked to keep this club a diverse and growing entity. A good review of this sport is found here:

  •  Other projects approved for the 2022 season are below: 

- Foundation covering of the Education Center

- Education Deck leveling

- Air Conditioner installation

- Screens for Ed Center windows/doors

  • We are keeping a list of potential events for the club and suggestions to date are below.  It is important to support these activities, so if interested in planning/chairing any of these or other events, please contact the board.  We will not be able to schedule any of these activities without members stepping up to help, as the Board cannot do it all.

- Pistol competitions

- Trap league

- Family Day at the Range

We will be conducting a work bee on Wednesday, June 29 at the club starting at 10:00AM. 


Weather should be good with temperatures

in the low 70s.  Bring a lunch.

A list of projects are both attached and below,

so pick your projects and bring along

tools to get the jobs done.

Projects are simple and everyone can just get started when they arrive and do not need to wait on any Board member to show up and start.

Work Bee projects:


- Clean up Education Center to prepare for summer rentals and events

- Build new Target Holders and cut off and burn broken/worn out frames

- Repair Shotgun Patterning Board by installing a new backer

- Weed Whacking needs to be done

- Lawnmower Maintenance

- Paint Steel Gongs

- Set up archery targets

- Mow range

Thursday evening Open Trap

We do have 12ga and 20ga shot shells for sale for those who have not been able to find ammo out there.


So why not come out and try your hand at trap? Don’t forget to put every Thursday evening on your calendar from June 9 to August 25.

Friday, July 15, 2022:

ALL CLUB FACILITIES AND GROUNDS will be closed and off limits all day for a private rental.

Chuck Guerber is planning some future concealed carry classes.  There will be a public course on June 18 and a private class on June 25.  If you know of anyone interested in obtaining a concealed carry permit, please contact Chuck If you or someone you know would be interested, contact Chuck by email here, ( or call him at 906-364-1415 and get your name on the list.

(NOTE: please do not use the "contact us" form to inquire about these classes. Contact Chuck directly.)

Friday, July 23, 2022:

ALL CLUB FACILITIES AND GROUNDS will be closed and off limits all day for a private rental.

Chuck Guerber is heading up this year’s return of the Ladies Only Shooting Clinic. The event is in the planning stages and will likely be held late July. If you or someone you know would be interested, contact Chuck by email here, and get your name on the list. Attendance is limited to a maximum of 30 attendees.

Friday, July 29, 2022 & Saturday July 30, 2022:

ALL CLUB FACILITIES AND GROUNDS will be closed and off limits all day for a private rental.

Damage Caused by Steel Core Ammo


The club decided to ban the use of armor-piercing and steel core ammunition at the range. 

There is just no need to shoot this ammunition at the range and so only standard ammo is allowed. 

Our AR500 steel targets have already sustained damage and as we add resettable steel targets, steel core ammunition can quickly make them inoperable and not repairable. 

If you are unsure of your ammo, just use a magnet to check the bullets. 

We also updated the SRSC General Range Rules to address this issue for the future.