The 600 Yard Range

There is a Centerfire Fun Benchrest Shoot at the 600 yard Range on the 2nd Sunday of every month @ 10:00 am. There is a Blackpowder practice on the 4th Sunday of every month @ 10:00 am.

The 600 Yard Range is approved for all handguns, shotguns and rifles up to .338 Lapua Magnum. NO .50 BMG Allowed.  All shots should end up in the backstops provided.  Please adjust your targets accordingly to make sure all shots fired end up in a backstop. Range is open from dawn ’till dusk.

Using your main gate key you will be able to access the CRGC main road that leads to all of the outdoor ranges. Keys are only available to current members. See the membership section for details.  Once inside the main gate, after locking it behind you, continue up the road to the second gate. With your 2nd key, go through the gate, locking it behind you and continue up the road.  The 600 yard range the first range on the left once you pass the 2nd gate.

Each range has a large parking area.  Some guidelines for the range are;

  1. 600 Meter Range FacilityREAD and obey the posted range rules and all signs.
  2. If there is 2 or more shooters, 1 of the shooters must be designated as a Range Officer. The RO will co-ordinate target changes and enforce the posted Range Rules
  3. Don’t block any of the sliding doors on the building
  4. Don’t block any of the driveways or range roads
  5. Keep your vehicles locked at all times
  6. Do not leave food or garbage on or around the range
  7. Vehicles can be used to place targets downrange
  8. Always handle or store your firearms in a safe manner
  9. No alcohol or drug use is permitted
  10. Please clean up after your shooting, brass in the bucket, old targets in the garbage and don’t be afraid to dump the garbage can into the 200m range dumpster

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Once inside the 600 yard range building all members and guests are required to sign in at the door.  After signing in you will find room for everyone and benches that run the full width of the building.

Amenities include a wood stove for burning old targets and for general heat, a heated room at one end with an emergency phone system with instructions for use, power outlets at all of the benches and lights that run the entire length of the building.

 

 

 

 

 

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