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    $75.00 plus 8 hours of work for the club/year.
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    $85 per year for me and my wife. Club membership actually.......unlimited access to two outdoor ranges. NRA membership required. Match fees are extra. 100 miles round trip for us now. Well worth it.
    http://ofgc.org/new/clubinfo.html

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    We are members at a local indoor range. 8 lanes, 25yds. $395/year for a family membership which includes unlimited range time and you can bring your own ammo.

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    I belong to two private clubs.

    Club #1 has 8 ranges, dues are $100/yr or $125/yr (if spouse wants own membership), no other fees, cardkey access 24/7 on indoor ranges, til dusk outdoors:

    1. Indoor #1 with HEPA filtration allows all pistol (and BP) and .22RF rifles at 33', 50' & 25 yds, 15 positions with electric target carriers.
    2. Indoor #2 is 8 positions 33' and 50', all pistol and RF rifle.
    3. Archery with animal targets.
    4. Trap with hand trap machine for when organized trap isn't running.
    5. Outdoor Rifle - 50 & 100 yd
    6. Outdoor Pistol #1 - 25 & 50 yd.
    7. Outdoor Pistol #2 - 9 & 15 yds.
    8. Plinking - .22RF pistol/rifle only.


    Club #2 has 2 outdoor ranges only and clubhouse, dues are $100/yr or $120/yr (if spouse wants own membership), no other fees, cardkey access til dusk only:

    1. 50 yd outdoor range allows any gun at any distance up to 50 yds. Can shoot from holster and on move as long as you do it safely.
    2. 100 yd outdoor range
    3. Indoor range under construction but it will take a number of years to finish due to need to raise funds to complete project.


    NOTE: Spouse/Family members welcome at both clubs, no membership/fees required but must be supervised by member unless they have their own membership. Guests also welcome with no fees.

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