Safety, Sportsmanship, Responsibility, Respect
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
Our front gate has recently been relocated to a place nearer to our property line behind the new development. If you are a LCRC member and are experiencing difficulty in using your access key card at the front gate or at any of the locks for which it is activated, please click here to access some FAQ's. If you still have questions, let us know.
See the Events page and calendar for a complete listing of events.
Front gate lock power update in progress! The solar panels and batteries are being updated and made bigger to address issues that many have experienced. Work is expected to be completed in the coming month!
IBS and Frozen Finger and Toes Matches are coming up on February weekends. Frozen Fingers .22 cal rifle match is the perfect opportunity to meet other members at friendly competition. Come out and bring your friends!