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Support the ORA by visiting ORA Website.  For more info visit ORA Exec Board for list of directors.

Check the calendar for Workdays & Event assistance.
Workdays on 3rd Saturday of the month. To arrange dates to work with Bill email 

We have a lot of work that needs to be done to keep the range looking it's best and operating smoothly. Let Bill know when you have time to commit to a project and he will get you lined out.
A big thank you to all who volunteer to make our club the best!

Don't wait til last minute. All hours need to be completed before September 30, 2019 or prior to renewal you attend to qualify for 2020 credit. 

***Volunteer Now***
Event Registrations are now Live!!

BSA Camp & Shoot **Volunteer Sign Up**

Dear Member Club,

It’s fun to shoot skeet and sporting clays, and it’s even more fun when you’re good at it! Sometimes it’s just a matter of making one or two subtle changes to take your game to the next level.

To help the shooters at your club – whether or not they are NSSA-NSCA members – improve their shooting skills and have more fun, we’d like to share something for you to pass along to them. We’ve put together two e-books of tips and advice from some of the world’s best shotgunners and instructors, like Paul Giambrone III, Gil and Vicki Ash, John Shima, and Clayton Rue, who write for Clay Target Nation magazine.

Please share the link below with your members and guests and encourage them to download one or both of these free e-books, brought to you by the publishers of Clay Target Nation, the NSSA and the NSCA. Post it in your clubhouse, publish it in your newsletter, email it to your contacts – however you care to share it, we hope your members and guests learn something that helps them enjoy shooting and breaking clays even more.

And thank you for being an NSSA-NSCA member club!

Sherry Kerr

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Tri-City Gun Club is proud to be an annual recipient
of the NRA Gold Medal. Each year the National Rifle Association recognizes outstanding clubs that have gone above and beyond by striving to meet NRA's goals. Meeting the Gold Medal standard is a great way to show your pride and support for the NRA and the Second Amendment. 
What does this mean and how did we achieve this?
Gold Medal Clubs are required to have 100% NRA membership, have a club newsletter, maintain membership with our NRA State Association (ORA),  incorporate an NRA Youth Program, and be an active participant in the NRA Recruiting Program.

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Check back in November 2019 for availabilty.

For information about hunting and fishing in Oklahoma please visit
 Oklahoma Wildlife Dept 

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  • The objective of Tri-City Gun Club is to promote safe participation in legitimate shooting sports by fostering education, fellowship, honesty, sportsmanship and patriotism. 


450 Jerry Black Lane
Norman, OK 73072

P.O. Box 1604
Norman, OK 73070


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