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  • Wednesday, July 14, 2021 5:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We just emailed out the July newsletter to all members so please chack your email.  If you didn't get a copy, here is a PDF version you can view or download.  Please make use we have your current email if you did not get a copy. 

    GOLDEN TRIANGLE GUN CLUB July Newsletter.pdf

  • Tuesday, July 13, 2021 1:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The red range warning lights located on the 100-yd. rifle range are now operational after repair.  These lights are used to notify everyone that the range is cold and there may be people downrange.  ABSOLUTELY NO HANDLING OF FIREARMS ANYWHERE ON THE RANGE IS ALLOWED WHEN THE RED LIGHTS ARE FLASHING.

  • Saturday, July 10, 2021 2:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Recent rains dealt the final blow to a dead tree located near the entrance gate.  The small tree fell down across the keypad at the entrance gate causing damage.  The keypad is still working but it is bent over at an angle requiring members to get out of the vehicle to enter the access code.  It may take a while to repair the damage spending availability of repair personnel.

  • Wednesday, June 09, 2021 11:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    06/09/2021- Over the course of a few days I will be doing some updates to our software program, ap, and website.  Please note that some data will be temporarily missing on your membership cards, such as your NRA #.  Once the maintenance is finished it will all be back in place.  

  • Monday, May 17, 2021 11:57 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Be careful at the Club during this week of heavy rains and flash flooding.  As of noon today (Monday, May 17th) the bridge crossing the drainage ditch to the rifle and shotgun ranges is impassable with water rushing at a higher than normal velocity approximately 6-10 inches deep.  Do not attempt to cross!  Come back another day to shoot. 

  • Saturday, February 27, 2021 10:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The entrance road to the club was repaired late yesterday evening.  Work crews regraded the road and repaired the sub-base where the potholes were located by cutting them out and repacking with new material.  Then a layer of black tar was sprayed on the base and a new layer of light colored asphalt material was laid and rolled.

    This was not a cheap repair and we ask all members to help preserve this new condition of the road by SLOWING DOWN!  Keep the speed 10 mph or less.  This will help eliminate the need for folks to slam on the brakes in order to stop at the gate and keypad and creating potholes.  The same is true when exiting the club.  Folks pick up speed when leaving and then make those same hard stops at the intersection of Erie Street creating potholes there as well.   

  • Wednesday, December 23, 2020 3:28 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click Here for our latest Newsletter.

  • Wednesday, November 25, 2020 12:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    100/200-yd Rifle Range

    The Club is scheduling workers to rebuild the cover on the 100/200 yd rifle range that was destroyed by the recent storms.   This also includes rebuilding the concrete shooting bench at lane 15.  Once these repairs are completed, we should have the Red Lights operational again.  We anticipate these repairs will be completed, weather permitting, over the next several weeks.

    600-yd Rifle Range

    Currently bringing in dirt to fill in the low area retaining water near the protection berm and target pits.  There are also plans to move the tan target house behind the protection berm.

    Silhouette Range

    This range is currently closed while worker are hauling in dirt and rebuilding the berms.  They are also filling in low spots.  This project is scheduled to be completed by end of December.

    New Training Bays

    Dirt is being brought in and placed for a new 14-ft tall impact berm in across the road from the existing 25/50-yd.  handgun range.  Plans include the construction of concrete filled block safety walls for two 30-yd. bays.  These bays will be similar to the Action Range allowing for transitional work typical of current training environment and practical shooting competitions.  We hope to have this completed by end of 1 Qtr. 2021.

    Roadway Repairs

    A shortage of contractor availability due to COVID and storm damage restoration has delayed the repair and regrading of the roadways.  We are working to get this done as soon as possible.

    Berm Maintenance

    We will begin mowing and spraying of the impact and protection berms across the range soon.  The Club has and is spending significant amount of money to bring these berms back up to proper heights for safety.  It is important that we maintain these berms keep vegetative growth properly contained to prevent erosion, settlement or breaches.

    We ask for everyone's patience and understanding during range closures as this work continues.  We try to minimize the impact to our member's use of the range.  Remember that mowers and workers have the right-of-way!  Keep checking the Events calendar for notice of these closures.

  • Wednesday, November 11, 2020 10:28 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Range Safety & Rules Committee has been working on a revision to the Club's Standard Operating Position based upon input from members, safety issues noted by Range Safety Officers, and recent range improvements.  Revision 10.1 was was formally adopted by the Board of Directors on November 10, 2020 and is now the current SOP in effect. 

    All members should download a copy of this latest revision and make themselves familiar with all rules. You may download by clicking the following link button: 

    Standard Operating Procedures - Rev. 10.1

    Two noteworthy changes are the deletion of the prohibition of any rifle caliber greater than 8mm, and the addition of Hunter Archery now being allowed on the Silhouette Range with certain restrictions.  The following is a summary of the changes:

    1.0  Club Rules

    • Added item requiring members to obey all traffic, range closure, or other safety signs
    • Added new item #19 addressing children not allowed to roam around on the range unsupervised
    3.1 Action Range
    • Deleted 8mm rifle caliber restriction
    • Added item #7 requiring members use the shorter target frames 
    3.2  25/50-yd Handgun Range
    • Added item #2 prohibiting shooting from the prone position
    3.3 LTC Range
    • Added wording to item #1 prohibiting shooting from a kneeling, sitting, or prone position.
    • Added wording to item #3a and 3c related to approved targets and placement
    • Added item #4 "Do not shoot the concrete block safety wall.
    3.4 100/200-yd Rifle Range
    • Removed redundant items that are covered in the General Rules
    3.5 600-yd Rifle Range
    • Deleted 8mm rifle caliber restriction  
    • Removed redundant items that are covered in the General Rules  
    • Added item #4 related to the raising and lowering of the red range flag
    3.7 Silhouette Range
    • Added new items to allow hunter archery on the north side of the range, as shown in the revised diagram.
    4.0 Rules of Organized Matches
    • Added new item "Failure to submit an approved range safety plan may result in the cancellation of the said match."
    • Added new section "7.0 Lost and Found Policy."
    Appendix A
    • Revised Board of Directors List
    Appendix B
    • Revised Range Safety Officer List
    • Added a new Penalty Matrix
    Appendix C
    • Revised list of instructors 
    Appendix D
    • New.  Provides a list of Range Safety Plans
  • Monday, October 19, 2020 7:23 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    This Saturday we are teaching a Range Safety Officer (RSO) course. Please register here:

    The Range Safety Officer (RSO) course is designed to prepare Golden Triangle Gun Club RSO volunteers who posess basic firearms knowledge of how to properly take control of firearms on the firing line, how to identify stoppages and malfunctions, and how to properly clear them. Upon completion of this course students will become NRA certified Range Safety Officers. Certified Range Safety Officers are required for all shooting competitions and events. 

    All workbooks, tests, certificates, firearms, and dummy ammunition are provided in this course.


    The Role of a Range Safety Officer

    The purpose of a Standard Operating Procedures

    Range Inspection 

    Range Rules

    How to conduct a Range Safety Briefing

    Emergency Procedures

    Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions

    How to properly control a shooter on the firing line. 

    Range Layouts and Limitations.

    Qualifications required to be eligible to take this course:

    1. You must be 21 years of age. 

    2. Want to volunteer as a Club RSO for 2-4 hours per month or at matches/events. Will be added to the volunteer RSO list to be called upon as needed. 

    Lunch is provided.

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