A Safe Place to Shoot

Redwood Gun Club is the North Coast's premiere shooting range. Centrally located near Arcata and Eureka on the Samoa peninsula, we offer a safe place to shoot in a friendly environment. Whether you are a new or experienced shooter, Redwood Gun Club is the place for you. We have several ranges, including a handgun range with 15 & 25 yard lanes and 100 & 200 yard rifle ranges.

We're open to the public and Members on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, rain or shine, with some exceptions. Please check the Calendar before planning your range day.

A $10.00 fee per person per day is collected from non-members. Juniors (under 18) are free and must be supervised by a parent or guardian. Active duty Military, Reserves and National Guard are free with proper ID.

Whether you are sighting in your rifle for deer season, are interested in some friendly competition or just want to do some plinking, Redwood Gun Club will meet your needs and have you coming back for more of our fresh sea breezes and friendly atmosphere.

From the Prez

The next time you are at the range you will notice our new replacement storage faculties. This past Tuesday the contents of the connex in the parking lot was emptied and transferred to a new unit. Some of the overflow in the target shed was transferred to the other unit and with some new shelves Dan Fanagan will reorganize the units so we can find things. We owe a big thanks to Dan and helpers, Mike, Bill, Joe, and Tom for all the effort.

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Rolling Range Closures - Updated

The shoot houses will be re-roofed the week of March 28th April 3rd. The range in general will be open for the regular weekday groups but individual ranges may be closed. The roofers will try to work in sections rather than on the whole thing at once. For example, the 100-200 yard will be open when the 25 is closed and vice versa. Sorry, we don't have a specific schedule, we aren't sure what things look like under the old roof.

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From the Pres

We had a break in the weather and maintenance on the safety inspection station was started. The sign in desk was repositioned so Range Masters will be facing the firing line and downrange for better visibility and safety control. We are also discussing new signage along the safety wall by the entrance gate to, hopefully, eliminate some confusion for Range Masters during club sponsored events and to make things easier for Range Masters to deal with folks.

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From the Pres

We had a break in the weather and maintenance on the safety inspection station was started. The sign in desk was repositioned so Range Masters will be facing the firing line and downrange for better viability and safety control. We are also discussing new signage along the safety wall by the entrance gate to, hopefully, eliminate some confusion for Range Masters during club sponsored events and to make things easier for Range Masters to deal with folks.

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Match Parking

We have a lot of matches scheduled, which is excellent. We have a lot of participants, which is also excellent. We have a lot of traffic congestion inside the new safety gate, especially when a match is finishing up and the Range is otherwise open, which is bad.

Match participants may unload inside the gate but should park in the lot outside the gate. Match Directors and Range Masters should be the only ones parked inside the gate when the range opens at 10am.

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