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    Tri-county Rod and Gun Club was founded in February of 1961. It is a privately owned non-profit organization with a total of 500 members. Members may use the grounds anytime unless there is an event scheduled. There is a locked gate to enter the property, non-members are not allowed unless with a member and must be signed in at the clubhouse and pay the guest fee.

    All organized Tri-County activities are open to the public. We invite you to come join us in such activities as:


    Trap Shooting Leagues
    Five-Stand Sporting Clays
    Indoor and Outdoor Archery Leagues
    3-D Archery Tournaments
    Metallic Silhouette Shoots
    Black Powder Shoots
    Action Pistol Shoots
    Outdoor and Indoor Pistol Leagues


    For further details, contact any Tri-County member.
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    Notice: New Sign-in Sheet for Gun Ranges & Ponds in the Back

    A new sign-in sheet will be used for the gun ranges and ponds in the back. Please fill in your name(s), arrival date, arrival time, departure time, and mark an X or check the areas that you may visit that day(s). The new sheet also includes boxes for fishing/picnicking and camping at the back ponds.
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    Have you moved?

    If so please contact the club Membership Secretary at tricountymembership@gmail.com with your new mailing address and email so we can update our records.
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    Rules Regarding Steel Targets

    The steel chicken, pig, turkey, and ram targets represent a sizable monetary investment by the club, and willful damage to them will not be tolerated. Shooting at them with centerfire rifles puts holes and craters in them that must be welded up before they can be used in matches. Craters cause bullet fragments to be reflected straight back toward the firing line at high speed, where they have caused personal injury.

    During scheduled IHMSA silhouette matches only, rifles firing low-intensity cartridges and cast lead bullets are allowed to compete at the discretion of the match directors, providing that they do not damage the targets. Such shooting cannot be allowed at any other time, for the obvious reason that onlookers may assume that if your .44-40 is allowed, so is their .300 Weatherby.

    Steel targets are only allowed on ranges for club sponsored events.
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