Tri-City Gun Club

Archery Range



Archery Range Rules


  1. Crossbows, Long Bows, Recurve Bows, Compound Bows, Atlatls, and as approved, other means of projecting arrows are allowed on the Archery Range.
  2. Shooters must ensure no one is down range prior to making the range Hot.
  3. Arrows should not be knocked while the line is Cold.
  4. Knocked arrows should be pointed down range at all times.
  5. Archers must fire from designated shooting positions. Standing shooters must straddle the firing line. Absolutely no shooting from behind the firing line.
  6. Field and target point arrows should be carried in a quiver or with points in the hand.
  7. Broadhead/razor points should be carried in a quiver.
  8. Broadhead/razor points may be shot at hay bales only. Target and field points may be used on all targets. Archers may bring own targets for Broad head/razor points.
  9. When going down range, hang your bow at the firing line. On the field range, bows may be left at the shooting position or leaned against the target face.
  10. No dry firing Tri-City Gun Club bows.
  11. No running on field or target courses.
  12. No shooting into the air, lofting, or other indirect forms of fire.
  13. Cleanup the area and reset targets when you are done shooting.
  14. Please leave found arrows in the arrow return container.

Archery Range Information

The Tri-city Gun Club archery range consists of a practice area with ground mounted Yellow Jacket targets ranging from 10 yards to 70 yards. These targets are for use only with target points or field points. The firing line is located at the west end on the concrete pad and accommodates up to 18 shooters. There are also 3 hay bale target butts at 30, 50, and 80 yards respectively for those wishing to practice with broad heads or mechanically activated hunting tips. Crossbows are welcome at all times with the same restrictions other bows. Do not overshoot the 80 yard target as safety zone distances to the field range trail are predicated on this as the maximum allowable shot. Flight shooting or lofting is NOT PERMITTED at any time.

There is a 12 target field range, with hay bale butts, ranging from 10 yards to 80 yards. This area IS NOT an NFAA range. Any type point may be used on these butts. There are several 3D targets available. These are only used during planned events when the range is staffed with TCGC archery instructors and range safety officers. Only target points and field points may be used on the 3D targets. Several power poles are also placed in the field area for those wishing to use tree stands. There is one elevated shooting platform located at the number 11 shooting position. Use of stands and platforms is at the shooter’s own risk. The field range trail between the number 10 and 11 shooting positions crosses the extended centerline of the practice range but is located at sufficient distance to meet normally recognized safety standards in relation to the practice range. Field shooters should coordinate with practice range shooters prior to crossing the extended centerline.

During Daylight Savings Time the club offers instruction on the 2 nd and 4 th Thursday of each month at 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. The class is primarily set up for children under 18. However, persons of any age are welcome to participate with the understanding that the youngsters have priority and the pacing is set to their skill level. All equipment is provided by the club and the instruction is free of charge.

TCGC shooting rules apply. So communication with fellow shooters is mandatory. When the range is cold bows are tabled, hung or grounded in the practice area. In the field area bows are placed in front of the shooting stake or target face when retrieving scored or lost arrows. Standard field archery courtesy for lost and found arrows is practiced. A lost arrow container is located in the practice area. If you find an arrow place it there. To aid in arrow recovery, we strongly suggest using a personal crest on your arrows.

The extended trail area of the field archery range from number 10 through number 12 lanes and the area beyond the 110 yard backstop on the practice range is prone to flooding. This draws wildlife; ducks, whitetail deer, and a bobcat; please leave them to freely go about their business. Flooding also draws mosquitos, please plan accordingly.

MISSION OBJECTIVE

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

ADDRESS


450 Jerry Black Lane
Norman, OK 73072



P.O. Box 1604
Norman, OK 73070


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