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  • Monday, February 21, 2022 6:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    RW Defense is hosting this FREE legal seminar at GTGC.


    In the U.S., there are several situations in which a person is justified in using force or deadly force. Come to this seminar and learn:

    • The difference between "force" and "deadly force";
    • When a person may use deadly force against another to protect themselves or a third person;
    • Whether displaying a weapon constitutes the use of deadly force;

    And much, much more…

    Each of these U.S. LawShield educational events will be led by a local Independent Program Attorney who will guide attendees through Texas laws on self defense and how it affects them as responsible gun owners. A dedicated question-and-answer session with the attorney leading the event will follow every informational segment to ensure attendees get the answers they need from a reliable source.

    Space is limited and will fill up quickly.  Don't wait or you will miss out on this great opportunity.  Click below to save your spot now!

  • Thursday, February 03, 2022 8:02 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We talk briefly about 'Range Etiquette' in our Member's Range Safety Orientation.  I recently came across this blog article that does an excellent job of expanding that topic whether at an indoor range, outdoor range, or on rural private/public land.

    Click here to read more....

  • Monday, January 17, 2022 6:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    RW Defense is hosting this FREE legal seminar at GTGC.  

    Texas Constitutional Carry Must-Know Gun Laws

    Constitutional carry has come to Texas and, as a law-abiding gun owner, it’s your responsibility to be armed and educated on the nuances of this new law. Attendees of these educational events will learn the ins and outs of constitutional carry, including getting the insight on the most pressing issues on the minds of Texans, like:

    1.   Who can carry without a Texas LTC under constitutional carry;

    2.   Where you can and cannot carry your firearm;

    3.   What Penal Code signs can be used by business owners to prohibit permitless carry;

    4.   Changes to legal penalties for violatoins of the law;

    5.   How your Texas LTC will work;

    6.   If your method of carry matters from a legal standpoint;

    7.   Use of lethal force.

    8.   Get the Legal Answers You Need to Know

    Each of these U.S. LawShield educational events will be led by a local Independent Program Attorney who will guide attendees through Texas constitutional carry and how it affects them as responsible gun owners. A dedicated question-and-answer session with the attorney leading the event will follow every informational segment to ensure attendees get the answers they need from a reliable source.

  • Friday, January 07, 2022 10:21 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Shotgun Range Closed Indefinitely

    Unfortunately, the Board of Directors had to make the tough choice to close the Shotgun Range due to safety and potentially adverse legal issues.

    First, there is the safety issue. The Shotgun Range does not meet the minimum criteria for a safe range. The maximum distance #7 1/2 shot can travel is approximately 740 feet. However, the NRA and other national clay target associations recommend a shot fall buffer zone of 900 feet (300 yards) from the point where the gun is fired. The distance from the point where most members shoot to a property line is approximately 180 feet to the East and 360 feet to the North.

    So we have shot projectiles leaving the club property frequently when in use. Along with a few others, I have experienced being pelted with falling shot as I come down Erie Street and onto the entrance road to the Club.

    I also personally witnessed Club members standing parallel with the drainage ditch to the range's Southeastern limits and shooting clays back toward the rifle ranges on two occasions. Of course, I stopped them and gave them a warning. I have seen evidence of others doing the same thing on other occasions. Unacceptable!

    So when the shot crosses the property lines, it usually end up in the Morrell property to the East and the City of Beaumont Landfill property to the North. We've recently seen evidence of city workers performing dirt excavation at the Southeast corner of their property immediately adjacent to our North property line. Well within the Surface Danger Zone for shot falling from the Shotgun Range.

    This creates legal and liability issues for the Club and its members who use that range. It is a Class C misdemeanor anytime projectiles (bullets, shot, missiles, etc.) cross a property line. Class C misdemeanor carries a maximum of $500 fines upon conviction for each offense.  However, if that projectile hits and causes damage or injury to another human being, more serious charges can be filed with much greater penalties.

    The Board has known about some of these issues for a while and has tried very hard to mitigate the problems with minimal success.  For instance, we delineated a 'safe shot fall area' within our property, made rules, and placed limits on the use of the range to minimize any danger. We also looked at purchasing approximately 2.7 acres of land immediately adjacent to our property to the East. But the landowner wanted too much money, and it would not entirely alleviate the problem. The juice just wasn't worth the squeeze.

    We studied other ways to further mitigate the danger by building and installing shooting stations that limit the swing of the barrel both horizontally and vertically in an attempt to keep all shots on the range. The shooting stations would be made of PVC like shown in the image here.

    However, none of these measures would totally prevent all projectiles from leaving the range and potentially causing damage or injury. So the Board, whose members are all certified Range Safety Officers or Chief Range Safety Officers, recently voted to close the range indefinitely until alternate locations could be found that would allow a safe shotgun range to be built.

    We are currently looking at the possibility of purchasing sufficient acreage of land to our South that could accommodate a new Shotgun Range. But this will take time and not happen very soon as the Club will need to raise funds necessary to purchase and build a new range.

    So until then, the Shotgun Range is closed.

  • Thursday, January 06, 2022 2:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

  • Thursday, January 06, 2022 2:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    You are responsible for your own safety!

    It is extremely important for each member and their guest to follow these simple Firing Line Safety Rules at all time when on the range.  I along with the other RSO's see these simple rules be regularly violated.  It only takes less then one second and an unintentional discharge of a firearm cause great damage and harm to someone.  Let's all maintain situational awareness and be vigilant in following these safety rules.  Remember:

    Safety First, Last, and Always!

  • Saturday, November 13, 2021 2:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The LTC Range will be closed from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM for a Basic Pistol Class conducted by RW Defense.  Club RSO's will be present.  Members are encouraged to use the 25/50 Handgun Range or Action Range during this period.

  • Thursday, October 07, 2021 10:02 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The GATE CODE will change on October 1st

    Use your app or go to on 10/1 to get your new Membership Card with the  gate code & door code for access to the new vending machine.


    Location: Closet between bathrooms.  
    Code to enter is 3006 
    The code will also be on your membership card.  
    This machine will take cash, coin, credit and debit.


    OCTOBER 1ST - 31ST

    Tickets will be sold online only. Winner will be notified by email the first week of November. 
    Please see details about the gun and terms below.


    Raffle for the benefit of Golden Triangle Gun Club

    Featuring an integrated magwell, and signature flat trigger with a 90° break, you'll enjoy improved ergonomics, reduced felt recoil, and a firm, secure grip for superior control. Plus, XRay3 day/night sights make for ultra-fast target acquisition in both low- and normal-light conditions. The P365XL features a rear sight plate assembly for direct mounting of the new Sig Sauer RomeoZero or RMSc reflex optics (not included). Built for reliable and consistent performance you can count on, the Sig Sauer P365XL is the ideal everyday concealed-carry pistol. Micro-compact XRay3 night/day sights Optics-ready slide Extended beavertail Integrated magwell Signature flat trigger 90° trigger break.

    TERMS: Tickets will be sold online only with a minimum of $20 per transaction.  There are no limit on how many tickets you can purchase.   Need not be present to win. The drawing will be generated from the tickets and the winner will be notified via email. Winners will be notified, using the contact information (name/phone/email) provided online when purchasing the raffle ticket. Prizes are not transferable. The person designated on the ticket must claim the prize. There are no refunds on ticket purchases. Ticket purchaser must be a Texas resident, at least 21 years of age, and be able to legally purchase and possess a firearm, including passing a FFL/background check. State and Federal laws apply. Winner must successfully complete “Federal Form 4473” prior to receiving prize. The person whose name is on each ticket will be the only person who can claim the gun won for that ticket. By obtaining a raffle ticket you attest that you are a law-abiding citizen of good moral character, may legally possess the firearm won, agree to use the firearm only in a legal and safe manner, and will, or have already obtained instruction on the safe use and operation of the firearm won. They will pick up the gun at The Gun Cabinet in Sour Lake, TX Owner, Matt Ryan (409) 658-9560. Firearm must be claimed within 21 days of the date of the raffle drawing or the winner will forfeit the prize. The information above is to the best of our knowledge and we can not be held liable for errors.

    How to get tickets: We are using our event registration to not to have to pay for another service and cost us money.  When "registering for the event" you are signing up for a ticket and you can add extra tickets to your purchase at the bottom on the app and online, it will tally the grand total for you.  I know this is inconvenient but it keeps the costs down.

    Buy Your Ticket Here 


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