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  • 06/29/2022 11:08 AM | Anonymous

    Very proud of some of our youth shooters.  Two were missing this week at shotgun.  But for a very good reason.


    Logan and Sam are at flight academy this week so they will be missing you guys.


    Niles Kinman 

  • 06/27/2022 1:40 PM | Anonymous

    Hurry!  First Four Users get the discount!

    See attached pdf for discount to the upcoming Project Appleseed.



  • 06/16/2022 9:49 AM | Anonymous

    This Sunday we will be having our monthly multi gun match at Tri City Gun club!!!! 

    We're going to do something different this month!!!    Please bring your 22lr rifle and pistol and come have a great time!! 

    All courses of fire will be designed around rim fire 22lr. If you dont have one or the other thats just fine please bring some ammo and we have people to help on the firearm!!! 

    Please come early if you have ideas on a stage design!!!

    Setup is at 0800!! 

    Shooting at 0900 please come help setup and also if you can stay to help tear down!! it makes the match more enjoyable for everyone.  

    Hope to see you there!!! 


  • 06/02/2022 11:41 AM | Anonymous

    Link to register:

    It's that time again!!!!!

    Our monthly Practical Pistol Match is this Sunday, June 5th.

    Set up will begin at 7:00am and blastin at 8:00am

    The supplemental will be Shotgun.

    Joe Holmes

  • 05/24/2022 1:22 PM | Anonymous

    Ladies Day Aerial Video! Click Here!

    Attendees of the Inaugural Ladies day!All,

    The Tri-City Ladies Defensive Training Day that the club hosted on May 7, 2022 was a huge hit. The event had originally sold out within the first 30 days of registration opening and we then set up a waitlist due to the demand. We did have a couple last minute cancellations but ended up with a total of 54 women in attendance out of the 60 slots. This event included 4 training blocks throughout the day and included lunch from Rays BBQ. The training blocks for the ladies included defensive handgun, home defense shotgun, pepper spray, and a holster clinic at the end. The ladies really enjoyed the all of the hands on training, explanations from the instructors, and especially the scenarios for the managing unknown/unwanted contacts portion. We have had a ton of positive feedback from the women that said that the trainers were very professional, and they are very eager to have us put another event together with more training options. Overall, I think the club made a great decision in offering this type of training to our community. I did hear several of the ladies saying that they learned more at this event than they had in years at other events. That is HUGE in my book, especially with as many events and training seminars I attend every year. We were lucky to get some drone footage as well at professional photography that can help us promote more events in the future. Additionally, we had several door prizes donated which that included $1000 worth of gift certificates from Hunters HD Gold, an AR-Lower from Cold Hand Arms, $100 gift certificates from Flashbang Holster Company and Keepers Concealment Holsters, Colt hats were provided by Shoot Like a Girl, ammo from Choctaw Archery & Guns, targets & inert water-based POM spray was provided by TCGC, we also had a local donate some very nice Harley Davidson safety glasses and ear protection, and lastly several of our instructors in attendance donated a handful of classes and private lessons. 
    I do want to extend my sincere thanks to Tara, the volunteers and staff at TCGC. I know Tara and I put in countless hours and we had a lot of lots late night conversations trying to get all of this put together in such a short amount of time. I think overall that we did a phenomenal job!! The TCGC staff and volunteers played a big role in this event being successful as well and I do appreciate their time and willingness to help. I hope to help make this event even better next year!!
    Jamie Meyer
  • 05/18/2022 11:08 AM | Anonymous

    Get in on the start of the Summer 22 Rifle Program starting May 26th!

    Youth 10-18 years old!  Bring your own rifle, or the club will provide everything needed to learn how to shoot a 22 rifle.

    Coaches, Gary Loeffelholz and Hazen Bazinet

  • 05/12/2022 9:59 PM | Anonymous

    Had about 15 shotguns and at least 14 Archers!  We will be starting the 22 Rifle in two weeks.  The kids had a blast fellowshipping!  Youth had a history lesson.  Ken, Joey and Lee brought out M1 Garande, M1 Carbine, Tommy Gun and BAR!  Several kids got to shoot the gongs!

    So glad to see all the youth come out to shoot!

    Congratulations to Joshua!  One of my past students that started shotgun with our program!  He shot 95/100 and won Junior ATA Championship in Washington!  So excited for him!

  • 03/27/2022 6:12 AM | Anonymous

    April's Practical Pistol match will be a little different this month.

    You will have the option of shooting the match at the normal price of $15 and shooting a single gun, just as we do every month. Or you can pay $40 to participate in the 2 gun match with the proceeds going to the McClain County Sheriff's Office reserve program.  If you chose to shoot the 2 gun match you will be eligible for prizes in each division.

    Here is the Announcement from Tanner WIlliams (Multigun match director)regarding the 2 gun portion:

    We will be doing a 2 gun supplemental match.  All 3 courses of fire will be shot with a rifle and pistol. Another change for this month is the entry fee for the match.  The cost will be $40.  I know this is a little higher than normal but there is a reason.  The entry fees are being donated to the McClain County Sheriff's office reserve program.  However, with this change there is a prize table for each division.  Please come out and support a great cause and shoot a little different match than normal. You can find more info and sign up using the link below.  Thank you for your patience this month.

    Info from the practiscore site.

    This is an Outlaw match.

    A few differences are:

    Pistols in all divisions will be allowed optics, weapon mounted flashlights are allowed, suppressors are allowed on rifles.

    All stages will be rifle and pistol.

    No more than 120 rounds for pistol and 60 for rifle.

    We follow a strict “COLD” range policy, all firearms are to remain unloaded and stored in one of the following conditions: bagged / holstered (with the slide locked back) / flagged. And handling of firearms is only allowed in the designated Safe Areas or on the firing line under direction of the RO. You may load your mags anywhere except the Safe Area.

    For those who want to participate and may not have a rifle, Shawn will have a couple of his rifles there for your use.

    For any additional info please email either:   Tanner or Shawn


  • 03/24/2022 9:18 AM | Anonymous

    Saturday March 26th at the OKC Fraternal Order of Police building or (FOP). It  will start at 2:00 in the afternoon and should end around 4:00. Come with all your stories and let’s celebrate his life together. 

    The dress is casual. 

    The address is:

    1624 S Agnew Ave, Oklahoma City, OK  73108

    Please spread the word.

  • 03/02/2022 9:41 PM | Anonymous

    Our Monthly Practical Pistol match will be this Sunday 3/6/22.

    Set up will start at 8 am and blastin at 9am.

    The current forecast is calling for rain Sunday morning.

    Check your email for cancellation before heading to the range.  

    The supplemental will be shotgun.

    Hope to see you all there!!   


    It is a new year and time for an updated guest waiver.  Please print, sign and bring with you. Guest Waiver


  • 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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