NEWS & EVENTS
2nd Tuesday of the Month 7:30 PM
2016 Monthly Meeting Cooks List
The cost for this class at the private training site in Utah with this
instructor is $1500/student.
We are flying the instructor here from Colorado that is why we need to
Class size limit of 20 attendees.
The class is for two days and will include a lunch each day.
Cost is $200/person for Bloomer Rod and Gun Club members. (Regular
cost is $300/person if we do the class at a later date.)
On Aug 22, 2016, the class will be opened to the General Public for a
cost of $200 plus $20 R&G membership. Until class size limit is met.
If we do not get a min of 16 students preregistered by August 26, 2016
the class will be cancelled and registration fees will be refunded.
NASHDA World Shed Dog Hunting Championship Qualifying Event on August 27th
Each county in Wisconsin has a County Deer Advisory Council (CDAC) to provide input and recommendations on deer management within their county. Councils work with local department staff to schedule meetings, provide community outreach and an opportunity for public input, review population data and deer impacts on forests and agriculture, develop 3-year recommendations on county population objectives and create annual antlerless harvest quotas.
Click on this link to the DNR website for more information: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/hunt/cdac.html
4-H Shooting Sports
Contact Steve Siverling for more information!
NSSF Ruger Match Results
For information call...Judy Scritsmier 715-568-4100 or Clyde Allison 715-568-5028
Steel Plate Matches:
Check the calendar on this page
Check out the Bloomer Rod & Gun Facebook!
WELCOME TO THE BLOOMER ROD and GUN CLUB!
The Bloomer Rod and Gun Club is blossoming today on a 40-acre site off Highway A, west of Bloomer, the club’s sportsmen's membership now stands at around 650 families. The current club house is located north of Hwy 40, just off Highway A on 60th Avenue serving the Bloomer areas outdoor recreation needs.
The early history of the club traces back to the days of post-World War I when a handful of members met just outside the city limits north of town. In 1967 the members came up with a vision of a facility that offered members endless possibilities and assisted in the purchase of the current 40 acres. In 1972 a small club house was built. That building now is used as storage for the 3-D targets and other equipment. A large club house that seats over 200 for club parties was built in 1994 and in 2003 a deluxe meeting room with pine siding, a stone fireplace and lofty ceilings was built.
The club is governed by an eleven member board that meets monthly, with a three-year term for each member.
SAFETY FIRST, ALONG WITH COMMON SENSE.
BE RESPONSIBLE AND RESPECTFUL.
1. BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET AND BEYOND.
2. KEEP FINGER OFF TRIGGER UNTIL READY TO FIRE.
3. ALWAYS POINT THE MUZZLE IN A SAFE DIRECTION.
4. TREAT ALL FIREARMS AS IF LOADED.
*NO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS ALLOWED.
*SHOOT ONLY AT PAPER TARGETS PLACED INSIDE OF BUNKERS.
*SHOOT ONLY FROM THE SHOOTING HOUSE.
*NO VEHICLES DOWNRANGE
*NO UNCONTROLLED RAPID FIRE
*CALL "CEASEFIRE" TO CHECK TARGETS: OPEN ACTION ON ALL GUNS, AND STEP AWAY FROM FIREARM
*NO LARGE CALIBER SHOOTING AT 25 YARD TARGET BUNKER
*ANY VIOLATIONS WILL RESULT IN REVOCATION OF PRIVELEDGES AND DISMISSAL OF MEMBERSHIP
*PROOF OF MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED IF ASKED
*FULLY AUTOMATIC FIRE AND ACTUATOR TYPE DEVICES ARE PROHIBITED
*TRACER, ARMOR PIERCING AND INCENDIARY AMMUNITION AND 50 CAL BMG OR LARGER ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED
These rules have been established by the Bloomer Rod & Gun Club Board of Directors.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!! Please e-mail your pictures of hunting-fishing trips, club activities and/or historical events for our Photo Gallery.
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