NMRPC has 100% NRA Membership ~ Number C1087
Why not join the NRA today and protect our shooting rights? The NRA is the foremost advocate of gun clubs and Second Amendment Rights in the USA at this time. More and more gun clubs, such as ours, are going out of existence and it is virtually impossible to open a new one anymore. New Milford Rifle & Pistol Club is proud to be a 100% NRA Member Club as well as an NRA Recruiting Organization. Just click on the "Join the NRA Here" emblem below and join up now!
The Club House features full amenities complete with kitchen, meeting room and restrooms. This is where all the monthly meetings take place as well as meetings we host such as the Susquehanna County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs and the Susquehanna County Snowmobilers' Association
Indoor 50' Range
Attached to the Club House is a 50' Heated Indoor Range. The range features 8 stations and allows for Center-fire and .22 Pistol as well as .22 Rifle shooting. The Club hosts both a Sporterifle Winter League and a Pistol Winter League. Please see our Rifle and Pistol pages for more information on these activities as well as information on how to join the league. Membership in the Club is NOT necessary to be a part of these activities. Currently the indoor range is limited to all .22 rimfire use and lead only center-fire up to 45ACP.
100 Meter Outdoor Range
The 100 Meter Outdoor Range features covered shooting positions with 2 permanent benches cut for both Right-Handed and Left-Handed bench rest and sighting activities. There is a gun rack provided for your convenience as well as yardage markers in 10 Yard increments the entire length of the range. This range started out at 100 Yards but as Silhouette Target shooting became more popular the range was extended to allow for the full distance required of 100 Meters. The Club has a full set of Silhouette Targets for members to setup and use at any time. We strongly encourage our members to police their shooting area and dispose of any trash or brass when they are done with the range and there is a garbage can provided for that purpose.
The New Milford Rifle and Pistol Club features 2 trap fields. The lower trap was just replaced in 2011 with a Super Star Doubles Trap. This trap is fully automatic with a 4 case bird capacity and voice releases by BRB Systems USA. The upper trap is a Beomat fully automatic trap with 3 case bird capacity, wobble function and voice releases by Canterbury Voice Release. Both traps were serviced in early 2013 and calibrated for many years of trouble-free service.
300 Yard Outdoor Range
Featuring the counties only 300 yard range makes New Milford Rifle and Pistol a unique facility. Target banks are located at 100, 200 and 300 yard distances. The 200 yard frames are in place from the hey-day of military marksmanship where folks hailed from near and far to complete their NRA certification. There is a storage building located to the left of the 200 yard frames that houses the target backers for this purpose.
This range is also the home of our famous "Running Deer" target presentation. Traveling along a cable from left to right, a target is released with a deer silhouette marked with the various vital areas rated for scoring. Posts marking the shooting area for the running deer are located just before the 100 yard stands. The equipment and rail frames for this are in the 200 yard storage building.
480 Yard Range
Lucky X Range
A favorite event at most of our shotgun competitions, the Lucky X range is just left of the BBQ pit. This area features 12 target stations presented at 25 yards from the shooting positions. A small target is posted that has an X in the center, the shooters then proceed to take aim and fire. The shooter with the closest pellet to the center is the winner. The club provides the shell and no "goose guns" are allowed.
This is where the magic happens on our World Famous Father's Day Chicken BBQ. A tradition going back more years than most of us can remember, New Milford Rifle and Pistol hosts a BBQ each and every Father's Day along with the last shoot of the Susquehanna County Trap League.