is one that you can fill out on your screen (at least on a Windows system) and then print out and mail in.
WANT TO JOIN OUR CLUB?
Membership rates are:
$25 Annual Junior (18 and under)
$50 Annual individual adult
$80 Annual family
$500 Annual Corporate
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Membership to the club entitles you to full access to the range, 24 hours a day, every day of the year, guest access (when accompanied by a club member), discounted trap shooting, monthly meetings, club events, camaraderie among fellow shooting enthusiasts, access to sales from the CMP and more.
Monthly meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month. Meeting notices, club news, and event updates are sent via email.
You are welcome to join at any time - annual membership is always due by April 1.
To join, complete the application found HERE and mail with a check or money order for the appropriate amount for your desired membership level to:
Superior Range Shooter's Club
P.O. Box 31
Ironwood, MI 49938
We will then send you your membership card, gate combination and rules. Allow 2 week processing time.
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PDF MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
CLICK HERE FOR A TRI-FOLD PDF PAMPHLET THAT HAS MORE INFORMATION ABOUT US
THE RANGE AND ALL FACILITIES ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE TO OUR MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS
COME OUT TO SRSC, JOIN US AND ENJOY YOUR CLUB!
The Superior Range Shooter's Club is a CMP affiliated shooting club. Affiliation with the CMP allows our members to purchase firearms like M1 Garands and "service used" 1911 pistols and ammunition from the CMP.
- 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 show 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.
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 have also updated the SRSC General Range Rules to address this issue for the future.