Membership is now closed.

The latest version of the Range Rules and Club Bylaws is also available.

The Range is closed every Wednesday until 12 Noon for maintenance.
We can always use more volunteer help with mowing, trimming, etc.

The Board of Directors has voted to increase annual dues to $90 per year, starting in 2016.

We have been able to hold the annual dues steady since before 2000. We are not planning to accept any new members next year, as we are already above the member ceiling set previously, and many members have complained about crowding on the rifle/pistol range on weekends. The reason for the increase now is to pay for several major projects coming in the next couple of years that will help ease the crowding and make the ranges safer and more enjoyable. The projects planned now are:

·  Add dirt berm to separate our range from the SSPD range next door, as well as better safety isolation along our rifle/pistol range.
·  Extend the rifle/pistol range shooting spaces
·  Change the roof line/angle on the rifle/pistol range to direct the sound downrange
instead of trapping it above the shooters.
·  Add a trap bunker/house on skeet field #1 to take advantage of our new lights. The wobble trap machine we now use for “Strap” can also throw conventional trap, so we just need to do some digging and concrete work to set it in its own bunker.

The Officers and Board wanted to notify all members of this change before the renewals go out in November. Postcards announcing this change are in the mail to all members. The Board of Directors meets the first Thursday of each month at 7 pm in the clubhouse. All members are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings.

Upcoming events at the Sportsman Club

1st & 3rd Saturday Evenings, 6 pm - "STRAP" on Skeet Field #1
2nd Saturday - no matches, reserved for orientations, work day, etc.
1st & 3rd Saturday - Defensive Pistol at 9 am, Trap at 11 am


We now have an archery setup at the Sportsman Club. It is next to the trap field and has new target backing and shooting marks at 15, 30 and 50 yards.

New Year's 2012 Powder and Shot

Some of the folks that came out for the New Year's Day shoot

Wild Trap Shoot - Wed. Aug 10th

Ray Galli put us through an interesting and challenging course of fire from a wide variety of distances, positions and handicaps - in other words a heckuva lot of fun. Apparently Harold's arm has healed well as he won the event.
Come out next Wednesday and see what is in store this time.

Boy Scouts from Troop 101 in Sand Springs participate in an NRA Basic Rifle course during December at the Sportsman Club.

Sand Springs Sportsman Club
Is a private members-only club. In order to ensure that all members have maximum access to the facilities, we have found it necessary to limit the number of memberships.
We are not currently accepting new membership applications.

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