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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Membership is open to any citizen of the United States 12 years of age or older according to the following provisions:

Initiation fee is $40.00

Annual dues are $25.00
Dues can be paid at a club meeting from October until March or mailed to: Allan Case, 5154 Watertank Rd., Glenville, PA  17329.  Include a self addressed, stamped envelope if you wish your membership card to be mailed to you. Otherwise, the card will be available for pick-up at a club meeting.

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Trap Shoot, contact Craig Rohrbaugh 717-225-3549  
To be announced.

Hunter Safety Course, contact Rick Baugher 717-632-1751
  
July 14 & July 16, 2014        6-9:30 PM

Poker Shoot, contact Karl Myers 717-870-1114
  

To be announced.

Ladies Handgun Class, contact Craig Rohrbaugh  717-225-3549
April 26, 2014
June 7, 2014

Gun Raffle
   A drawing will be held at the Buck Club Feed on March 2, 2014 for a Henry Repeating Arms, Golden Boy, lever 22. Raffle tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and    can be dropped off at the club or mailed to either Allan Case, 5154 Watertank Rd., Glenville, PA  17329 or Bob Markle, 3197 Morningstar Rd., Glenville, PA  17329.

Block Shoots, Contact Jerry Kline  717-698-0181
   Sign-up is 1:00 - 2:00.  New this year:  The winner of the 12th round will win all money except for the cost of shells.  
   January 19, 2014
   February 16, 2014
   March 16, 2014
 
 


Indoor .22 shoots Contact Craig Rohrbaugh 717-225-3549
    Every Tuesday in January, February and March except meeting night. From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM


Youth .22 shoots Contact Craig Rohrbaugh 717-225-3549
   From 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Kids 8 to 16 shoot for free, ammo and guns provided.
   January 23, 2014
   February 20, 2014
   March 20, 2014


Cowboy Action Shooting Clinic
 
March 1, 2014 8:00 Am to 1:00 PM, Ranges closed during class.  Contact David Blair 410-902-7939


Cowboy Action Shooting Contact Red Eyed Kid 443-392-1615
    *  January 18, 2014 (.22 caliber indoor cowboy shoot)
    *  February 15, 2014 (.22 caliber indoor cowboy shoot)
    *  March 15, 2014
    *  April 19, 2014
    *  April 27, 2014 (Wild Bunch)
    *  May 16, 17, 18, 2014 (Shootout At Leadville)
    *  May 25, 2014 (Wild Bunch)
    *  June 21, 2014
    *  July 19, 2014
    *  August 16, 2014
    *  September 20, 2014
    *  September 28, 2014 (Wild Bunch)   
    *  October 18, 2014
    *  October 26, 2014 (Wild Bunch)
    *  November 15, 2014
    *  January 17, 2015 (.22 caliber indoor cowboy shoot)
    *  February 21, 2015 (.22 caliber indoor cowboy shoot)


    General club meetings
     *  Last Tuesday of each month, 7:30 PM sharp

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RANGE RULES & INFORMATION

Supplemental range rules may be in effect for public events like block shoots, trap shoots and cowboy action shooting. The Range Officer, or Safety Officer, will review all range rules prior to the start of the event.

INDOOR RANGE RULES
 
    1.  NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR ILLEGAL DRUGS TO BE ON THE PREMISES.
    2.  No unauthorized personnel on the range — club members and guests only.
    3.  Must have club membership card with you and be willing to show it upon request by any member.
    4.  Must be 18 years old to shoot; if younger must be accompanied by and adult member.
    5.  Member must be 18 years old to bring a guest to shoot.
    6.  Ten (10) Commandments of safety also apply.
    7.  .22 rim fire-pistol, rifle and bow and arrow only.  NO .17 and .22 MAGNUM OR LARGER CALIBER ALLOWED.
    8.  Shoot at provided ranges and targets only. No shooting at cans and bottles.
    9.  All shooting must be done on the inside range not from meeting room.
    10.  Clear range of people before closing of action and shooting.   All people must be behind the firing line.
    11.  Keep the range clean.  There are garbage cans on the range: “USE THEM”.
    12.  A continuing infraction of the range rules will result in dismissal from the club.
    13.  Report all conditions when leaving by filling out the log book in the club house.
 
 
OUTDOOR RANGE RULES
 
    1.  NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR ILLEGAL DRUGS TO BE ON THE PREMISES.
    2.  No unauthorized personnel on the range — club members and guests only.
    3.  Must have club membership card with you and be willing to show it upon request by any member.
    4.  Must be 18 years old to shoot; if younger must be accompanied by and adult member.
    5.  Members must be 18 years old to bring a guest to shoot.
    6.  Ten (10) Commandments of safety also apply.
    7.  Shoot in daylight hours only, except block shoots or upon approval of the membership.
    8.  Shoot at provided ranges and approved targets only, no shooting at cans, bottles, or targets supports. 
         All targets need to be approved at a club  meeting by the membership.
    9.  Benches are to remain at present locations.
    10.  Clear range of people before closing of action and shooting.  All people must be behind the firing line.
    11.  Keep vehicles off of the range.
    12.  Keep the range clean.  Please remove all targets, brass and trash.
    13.  Any continuing infraction of the range rules will result in dismissal from the club.
    14.  Report all conditions when leaving by filling out the log book in the club house.
 

The Ten Commandments of Firearms Safety should be etched in your memory forever. Let them govern your actions wherever and whenever you're involved with firearms. In the woods. On the range. Or in your home. Please take time to review and understand these rules.

Don't be timid when it comes to gun safety. If you observe anyone violating any safety precautions, you have an obligation to suggest better handling practices. Please read these rules carefully and follow the safety procedures outlined. Firearm safety is up to you. Make no mistake about it.
 

1.  ALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION.

2.  FIREARMS SHOULD BE UNLOADED WHEN NOT ACTUALLY IN USE.

3.  DON'T RELY ON YOUR GUN'S "SAFETY".

4.  BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET AND WHAT'S BEHIND IT.

5.  USE THE CORRECT AMMUNITION FOR YOUR FIREARM.

6.  IF YOUR GUN FAILS TO FIRE WHEN THE TRIGGER IS PULLED,HANDLE WITH CARE.

7.  ALWAYS WEAR EYE AND EAR PROTECTION WHEN SHOOTING.

8.  BE SURE THE BARREL IS CLEAR OF OBSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
 SHOOTING.
9.  DON'T ALTER YOUR GUN, AND HAVE YOUR GUNS SERVICED REGULARLY.

10. LEARN THE MECHANICAL & HANDLING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FIREARM YOU ARE USING.

Rules courtesy of Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute, Inc (SAAMI).
Introductory material borrowed from Remington, Inc. and Mossberg
.

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CONTACT US

Postal Mailing Address:

Jefferson Rifle Club, Inc.

Box 11

Codorus, PA  17311

 

President:  Rick Baugher 717-632-1751
Secretary:  Robert Markle  717-229-2009
Treasurer:  Mike Creamer  717-235-2727
Corresponding Secretary (membership info):  Allen Case  717-235-7893


Club House Address:

   5209 Snyder Mill Rd.

    Spring Grove, PA. 17362

   

Club House Telephone:

(717) 229-2808

 

Club E-Mail:

jcopilot@gmail.com

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BUCK CLUB

What is the Buck Club? It's a raffle where everybody wins!  Here's how it works:

Over the first fourteen weeks, five winners are chosen each week.

The last week, four winners are drawn:

There is also a special drawing for those who have their tickets in for the first drawing. 

Everyone who buys a ticket can attend a "feed" held at the Club. 

 (One guest may accompany the ticket holder - $6 will be charged at the door for the guest.)

Some of our members reveal their talents in the kitchen and prepare a feast of fried chicken and fish.

So, If you werent lucky enough to win one of the drawings for the cash prizes, you still can enjoy a great meal!

Tickets are only $15 each

Contact Rick Baugher 717-632-1751 for tickets.

Upcoming feed dates: The next Buck Club Feed will be on October 6, 2013, 12:00 to 4:00.

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USEFUL LINKS

Pennsylvania's Gun Laws
Pennsylvania State Game Commission

Pennsylvania Outdoor News

Maryland's Gun Laws
Guide to Hunting & Trapping in Maryland

National Rifle Association Headquarters

NRA-ILA (Institute for Legislative Action) The fact-sheets section is especially useful.

NRA News (Streaming news on the net about your Second Amendment freedoms)

A Nation of Cowards
American Knife & Tool Institute - info on laws regarding knives and carrying them.
The Armed Citizen
Assault Weapon Watch - tongue-in-cheek
Gun Owners of America
  Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO) - a brave and often contrarian voice.
Keep and Bear Arms
National Shooting Sports Foundation Second Amendment Foundation
Second Amendment Sisters
Shooting for Women Alliance

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