The pistol range has 30 targets at 50 yards and 30 turning targets at 25 yards. The firing line is covered and paved. Member activity determines the number of tournaments and clinics scheduled each year.
The smallbore range has 30 covered and paved firing points at 50 and 100 yards. There are normally four or five NRA Smallbore Prone tournaments each summer plus an ongonig summer smallbore league. Plans are underway to begin a junior NRA program. Several Boy Scout troops also use the range for marksmenship training and merit badge qualification.
The Schuetzen range has 30 covered and paved firing points at 100 and 200 yards with concrete and steel benches for all points. 25 yard and 50 yard firing points are provided for sight-in. CMP J.C. Garand Matches, Marine Corp. League and .22 Benchrest matches are conducted on this range.
A ten station sporting clays field was built in 1992 and improved in 1993. Organized shoots are held generally twice a month alternating Saturday and Sunday from February through October. Five practice traps with six firing points were installed in 2015 so that by combining trap position and firing position one can simulate almost any sporting clay situation. These traps are available for use by members at any time except during scheduled clays events.
The silhouette range is has covered firing points divided between high power and smallbore shooting. The high power range has targets at 200, 300, 385 and 500 meters. The smallbore range has firing points for targets at 40, 60, 77 and 100 meters. Highpower and smallbore competitions are held the first weekend of each month, weather permiting. Long Range Precision Rifle competitions are commencing in 2011.
The high power range has 21 numbered firing points on 7 firing lines. The firing lines are placed at 200, 300, 500, 600, 800, 900 and 1000 yards respectively. At the 1000 yard line in addition to the prone firing ling line, there are 21 covered bench rest tables where 1000 yard bench rest competitions are held. There are also additional bench rest tables at 300 yards and at 600 yards for load development. The target line is an underground concrete pit with 21 counterweighted target frames recessed into the pit which are raised and lowered through a roof hatch. Numerous competitve events are held on this range. These include NRA sanctioned short range and long range competitions along with long range black powder and 1000 yard benchrest events.
A set of berms have been constructed for action pistol and similar shooting sports on a forty acre site immediately to the east of the silhouette range. Cowboy Action shoots started on the new range in 2010. Action pistol shooting events started in 2011 for this set of fourteen berms. 100 yard and 200 yd berms are included for long range steel shooting.
One of the newest additions to Range Facilities, with three stations. A new field archery course is under construction and will be available late summer 2015.
The Stat Office, located at the smallbore range, provides a neeting place for various range activities. The 20' x 40' structure, in addition to serving the smallbore range, is used for clinics, hunter safety programs, and award ceremonies. Additional smaller buildings are located at sporting clays, schuetzen, and action pistol ranges.
14 pads with electric hookup are located on either side of the entrance to the Smallbore Range. 14 aditional pads with electrical hookup are located at the East Range.
The original residence of the property, the farmhouse provides a meeting room, full kitchen and bathroom facilities and outdoor grill. With winter heating and summer air conditioning the farnhouse provides a welcome relief after a hard day of shooting.
The equipment building is the newest addition to our support facilities. The 40' x 80' structure provides for storage of our range equipment, and a workplace sheltered from the weather.