Lincoln County Rifle Club

Safety, Sportsmanship, Responsibility, Respect


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The Lincoln County Rifle Club was founded in 1933 to provide a safe and welcoming place for the shooting sports enthusiast.   Over the years we've grown from the original nine founding "fathers" to over 400 men and women from all walks of life who share a common bond.


Throughout our clubhouse and extensive grounds — through redundant warning systems, explicit firearm handling rules and thorough member range orientations — safety is our number one priority.


In the shooting sports we often compete against each other and sometimes only with ourselves but in every case the fair ethical and generous treatment of all living things is the code we live by.


We live inn increasingly complex world but our goal remains a simple one: to act responsibly at all times toward our neighbors, the larger community, the environment around us, and our fellow members. 


Respect for ourselves guides our thoughts, respect for others guides our actions.  While we share a love of the shooting sports and an abiding concern for the safety of our families and our communities, we are not a political organization.

The Lincoln County Rifle Club facilities and grounds include an outdoor 300 yard rifle range, two outdoor pistol ranges, informal trapshooting in the summer months, and a seven-bay, heated indoor range primarily for .22 rifle and pistol as well as air rifle and pistol. For more information about becoming a member of the Lincoln County Rifle Club, click here.

Front Gate Q&A

The front gate lock power system has been renovated since early 2024 to address shortcomings. Please report any trouble you experience but check the FAQ, too. Click here to access some FAQ's

Upcoming Events

 See the Events page and calendar for a complete listing of events.

Latest News

Welcome to the warm weather! With it, Club activity is picked up and many more outdoor range activities are occurring. Today is a good day to review range use policies and to know them. Please make it a point to say hello to your fellow members and to coordinate use.

This is also the season to volunteer! The berms will grow up with weeds and brush, for example. It is a great help to the regular groundskeepers (hello, Orland!) for folks to take initiative with brush cutters and trimmers on the berms! Clean the bathroom, sweep the clubhouse, take the trash home; you get the idea.

Lincoln County Rifle Club | Safety, Sportsmanship, Responsibility, Respect | Since 1933

431 Main Street | PO Box 826 | Damariscotta, ME 04543

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The Lincoln County Rifle Club is a 501(c)(7) non-profit organization.

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