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  • 04/19/2019 3:37 PM | Anonymous

    Condolences to the family of Robert Reed.  Past Life Member of Tri-City Gun Club.  

    Our records show he was last active in 2016.


  • 04/09/2019 12:59 PM | Anonymous


    I will be closing the following ranges 

    Pistol range 
    Thursday 4-11-19, 1200 - 1500 hrs.
    Installing new plate rack, maintenance on 
    Right plate rack, and berm.  

    Short range 
    Friday 4-12-19. 1200 - 1600 hrs. 
    Berm work. 


    Bill R. Hutcheson
    Maintenance Manager 
    (405)664-1128
    Maintenance@tcgc.us
  • 04/09/2019 12:58 PM | Anonymous

    I will be closing the following ranges 

    Pistol range 
    Thursday 4-11-19, 1200 - 1500 hrs.
    Installing new plate rack, maintenance on 
    Right plate rack, and berm.  

    Short range 
    Friday 4-12-19. 1200 - 1600 hrs. 
    Berm work. 


    Bill R. Hutcheson
    Maintenance Manager 
    (405)664-1128
    Maintenance@tcgc.us
  • 04/08/2019 2:34 PM | Anonymous

    SB566  http://www.oklegislature.gov/BillInfo.aspx?Bill=SB566

    Attached is the full Bill as amended and passed in the Senate March 12, 2019.

    This allows hunting guides on public lands and authorizes the ODWC to establish fees and rules regarding guides.   The Act would become effective November 1, 2019.

    From: Lance Meek at ODWC says that the took out the bad parts. Below is from their liaison:

    B 566 (Sen. Casey Murdock & Rep. Kevin McDugle): SB 566 would authorize ODWC to regulate and assess fees for hunting guides and outfitters, including on Oklahoma’s public hunting areas that have historically been off limits to private individuals being able to profit off public lands that were bought or leased with funds paid by our hunters and anglers. ODWC simply asked that we be able to regulate these activities if the legislature is going to open public lands up for guiding, which was accommodated by a floor amendment by Sen. Murdock. An additional floor amendment restored the title on the bill. Title was stricken in the Senate Ag & Wildlife Committee and the bill passed on 2/18. The bill was considered and voted on by the full Senate on 3/12. The measure passed

    (Y-30/N-11). SB 566 was heard and passed by the House Wildlife Committee on 3/27. SB 566 is now available for the full House to consider.

    ◊SB 923 (Sen. Frank Simpson & Rep. Tommy Hardin): SB 923 creates a 3-day special permit for landowners with 200 acres or more to host veterans and charitable events. This license allows residents and nonresidents to hunt and fish on the specified land with exemptions from hunting or fishing licenses or permit requirements. The Department is able to assess a fee of up to $500 for the permit. Use of the permit is limited to veterans and nonprofit functions, and ODWC is provided with the authority to create rules for the enforcement of the permits.

    Sen. Simpson agreed to strike title in the Senate Ag & Wildlife Committee and develop language to limit his special permits to charitable events and provide the ODWC with regulatory authority. With title struck, the bill passed out of committee on 2/18. Title was restored on the Senate floor, and a floor substitute was approved that limited the permit to charitable functions, and allows ODWC to establish rules. The bill passed the full Senate on 3/11 (Y-42/N-3).

    SB 923 was heard and passed by the House Wildlife Committee on 3/27, and is now available for consideration by the full House.

    Link to bill
  • 04/06/2019 5:46 PM | Anonymous

    Sportsfest was a success !

    96 young shooters had a great day!

    Range open!

  • 04/02/2019 3:39 PM | Anonymous

    I read in the obituaries of todays Norman Transcript that Stanley Ray Upchurch, a TCGC Life Member, passed away on Sunday 03/31/19.

    His funeral is scheduled for Monday, 04/08 at 2:00PM at St Johns Episcopal Church in Norman.

    Regards

    Ken Anderson

    __________________________________________________

    Stan was one of the newer Hunters Education Instructors when I first started being in charge of the Class.  He was always excited to help teach young people!  He was also one of the main reasons that I started looking into the Handicap parking!  He was active but could not get around the range safely.

    Stan will be missed.

    Jamie Schmidt

  • 03/18/2019 7:28 AM | Anonymous

    Due to weather this past week. A few ranges will be closed to allow for proper drying before members can occupy the range.  

    Tuesday March 19 - (0800-1300) Long Range Closed

    Tuesday March 19 - (1300-1700) Shotgun Range Closed.

    Wednesday March 20 - (0800-1100) Short Range Closed.

    Wednesday March 20 - (1100-1400) Pistol Range Closed 

    Thursday March 21 - (0900-1300) Archery Range Closed

    Thursday March 21 - (1300-1600) All Other Range Areas Will Be Open
  • 03/08/2019 4:11 PM | Anonymous

    Nick Garza Passed away March 5, 2019.  Services pending.

    Nick was a long time member of Tri-City Gun Club and supporter of the Youth Air Rifle activities.

    Link to Nick Garza Funeral Arrangements


  • 02/15/2019 3:22 PM | Anonymous

    These are great opportunities!  I was fortunate enough to take part in camps at Texoma Biological Station and learned a lot!    Jamie Schmidt

    Deadline for Spring Turkey Application is February 24th!

    Now Taking Applications for the 21st Annual Wildlife Youth Camp

       A week full of fun outdoor activities, conservation education and camaraderie is in store for up to 35 lucky teens selected to attend the 21st annual Wildlife Youth Camp. Applications are now being accepted for this summer's once-in-a-lifetime event.

       "Campers will get a better understanding of wildlife and fisheries management and conservation law enforcement, while at the same time learning some fun outdoor activities," said game warden Captain Wade Farrar, youth camp coordinator. "If you are interested in hunting, fishing or a career with the Wildlife Department, then this camp is for you."

       The camp will be June 23-28 at the University of Oklahoma Biological Station at Lake Texoma. Game wardens, wildlife and fisheries professionals and dedicated hunters and anglers will be conducting the camp and supervising activities.

       Activities will include archery, wildlife identification, rifle/shotgun shooting, fishing, ropes course, self-defense, wildlife law enforcement scenarios, wildlife and fisheries management education, and deer/turkey/waterfowl law enforcement techniques.

       And thanks to the support of generous sponsors including the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, it's all free for the campers.

       Applicants must be Oklahoma residents who will be 14 to 16 years old as of June 23, 2019. Prospective campers must fill out an application form and write a 75-word essay describing why they want to attend the camp, why they should be selected, and what they expect to learn. Also, they must furnish a letter of recommendation from someone other than a family member, and a recent photograph showing the applicant participating in an outdoor-related event or activity.

        The application form is online. The page also includes additional information about the camp and photos from previous years. Applications must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. April 12, 2019.

  • 02/05/2019 10:59 AM | Anonymous

    Richard Branch, the Auctioneer for Friends of NRA has several gun auctions coming up if you are interested.  http://www.branchauctions.com

    INVITATION TO THE 13th ANNUAL OKLAHOMA FRIENDS OF NRA STATE CONFERENCE

     

    *Celebrate A Great Year * Inspirational * Motivational *New Ideas * Fun* Great Food* Door Prizes

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    Date:    February 16
    Time:  8:00 am Registration
    9:00 a.m. (Conference) Afternoon Shotgun and rifle, ammo provided.
    6:00 p.m. (Dinner)
    Place:   Oklahoma City Gun Club.
    Cost:  $20.00

    Feb 9th deadline to have 2 free entries in gun drawing.  All 2nd Amendment supporters are welcome!  Find out about committee results and get information on 2019 banquets!   

    Form for reservation.

    www.friendsofnra.org/OK for list of banquets in Oklahoma

    Contact Jamie Schmidt if you have any questions. ccfnra2011@gmail.com

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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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