5 Stand and Trap are up and running!

I would like to take this opportunity to let everyone know that the Trap and 5-Stand are up and running!  A lot of effort has went into getting these fields up and I would like to thank all of those involved in making this happen!


NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Classes Added! March 30th and May 17th

Class Details

  • Classes run from 8:45AM until 5:00PM.
  • Basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for owning and using a pistol safely
  • Class meets concealed carry permit prerequisite
  • Efficient, effective handgun trainingTarget Practice Series
  • Learn about pistol parts and operation, ammunition, gun safety and shooting fundamentals
  • Engaging, informative and entertaining
  • Two female NRA certified instructors on staff
  • Pistols, ammunition and targets provided
  • Women encouraged to enroll

female pistol range shooting

For more information contact John Rokisky at 540-354-7941 or rokisky2@cox.net

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RRRC Membership Cap

I would like to take this opportunity to make current and prospective members aware that last year the Board of Directors instituted a membership cap of 550 members.  We currently have 507 members and 16 new members schedule for Orientation this week.  It’s very possible we may reach this cap during the first quarter, at which time, applications will be placed on a waiting list.

For more information about becoming a member visit the Membership page.



The June 2013 Issue of “The Firing Line” is Now Available!

The June issue of the Roanoke Rifle and Revolver Club’s newsletter ‘The Firing Line’ is now available for download.

Click the link to download ‘The Firing Line

Here’s a couple of articles that may be of interest:

From the Desk of Our President, Charlie Coulter

It is beginning to look like we may actually be drying out, but a real spring and mild temperatures has been nice.  One thing the heavy rains have proven that the majority of our water drainage and diversion projects have worked.  Many thanks to all those who helped in the planning and construction of those projects.

Our next range improvement will be to replace several of the storage sheds including the cardboard and target storage shed on C range as well as a building to store our tractor and other tools.  The cost of these buildings will be greatly reduced by an anonymous donation.  As always, thanks to Jim Sharrow for helping to stretch our dollars.

The board wishes to remind members that we welcome their attendance at our monthly meetings.  We would ask that any member who wishes to bring a matter before the board for consideration simply contact Jim Sharrow and ask that the subject be added to the upcoming agenda.

One last thing is the difficulty that we are having in finding.22 ammo for our youth safety classes.  If anyone comes across.22 ammo at a reasonable cost, please notify Harvey Bulaski or any board member.

 Meet, Eat, and a Little Bit of Skeet

Ladies and gentlemen, come join us Friday, June7th up on the hill for a bit of clays shooting, fellowship, and food.  Good times are bound to be had, or at the very least, some free food to fill your belly.  Hotdogs, chips, and cold drinks will be provided free of charge, on a first come, first served basis.  The grill will be fired up promptly at 6:00 p.m., so come on out and enjoy a relaxing early summer evening with your friends and fellow members.

While the food is free, normal charges apply for a round of clays.  Please shoot me an e-mail at John3-16@cox.net  if you plan to attend so we can ensure we have enough food to go around.  In the event of rain, or lack of interest, we will post a cancellation notice on our website.  Hope to see you there-The Clays Crew!