The Golden Triangle Gun Club, Inc. is a private, members-only gun club located on Erie Street 2 miles off U.S. Highway 69/96/287 just south of Beaumont. We are a 100% NRA club with a membership of over 1600 individual members. The club offers its members and their families or guests eight different shooting ranges that enable the shooter to enjoy shotgun, pistol, pellet gun, and small and large bore rifle shooting. Memberships are currently available to those who qualify.
Safety and security are our highest priorities – “Safety First, Last, and Always” is our motto. We have several on-site high-definition security cameras to video those who damage or try to steal club property. We also have several members who are Range Safety Officers and are identified with the bright orange vests. If you are interested in becoming and RSO, please click here.
The ranges at the club are: the 25/50-yard pistol and small-bore rifle range, the License to Carry range, the 50/100/150/200-meter metallic silhouette target pistol range, the action pistol range for IDPA (International Defensive Pistol Association) and IPSC (International Practical Shooting Confederation) shooting, the 100/200-yard rifle range, the 200/300/500/600-yard high-power rifle range, and the indoor 10-meter pellet range used by participants in the 4-H program. Most shooting ranges have covered firing lines for all-weather shooting. Earthen berms are constructed downrange to capture bullets. Additional berms or concrete walls are constructed between the pistol ranges for safety. The shooting ranges are designed and constructed to enable simultaneous use of all ranges at the same time.
An air-conditioned/heated Activities Center building with two classrooms is available for use by Board-of-Directors approved club members/instructors for training classes. Clean men’s and women’s restrooms are on site, and they are also air-conditioned and heated.
The club offers competitive shooting matches for challenging any shooter’s interest. Action pistol shooters can enjoy IDPA and IPSC matches. NRA and CMP sanctioned high power rifle matches bring out the best marksmen from around the state. Teenagers can learn gun safety and handling along with acquiring marksmanship skills in the .22 caliber and pellet 4-H rifle matches. Hunters will love the challenge of the long range metallic silhouette matches.
For the western history buffs, there is even a SASS (Single Action Shooting Society) western cowboy single action shooting match where competitors dress in clothes of the 1800’s, complete with cowboy hats, vests, chaps, and of course, six-shooters!
Whatever your interest, a competitive shooter, hunter, action shooter, casual plinker, or western cowboy, there is a shooting range available to suit your style.
Please click below for a list of the Board of Directors, the Standard Operating Procedure and Bylaws: