We'd like to remind everyone
of two important security issues that have been violated on several
1. The gate must be locked behind
you except during public shooting events which normally occur on
Sundays. If the gate is locked when you get to the club, lock the gate
behind you. If you are leaving the gate open for a public event, make
sure the pin is in place and is locked. Whether closing the gate or
leaving it open, always replace the pin in the receiver and lock it.
2. Please remember that you may not loan your key to
anyone else under any circumstances. This includes loaning keys to
family members. You must be present and accompany all guests at all
times. If you loan your key to another person, including family, your
membership will be revoked.
The Board of
Directors wishes to remind everyone that Nauset Rod and Gun Club is a
private club intended for the use and enjoyment of its members and their
guests. To make sure the use of the club remains both enjoyable and
safe, members are reminded to be cognizant of a few important club
All guests must
be accompanied by a member when on club property. The one
exception is when a public event is being held at the club. Please note
that only the specific range(s) being used for that public event is(are)
open to the public. All other ranges are closed to non-members,
including event participants.
If you are
organizing/running a public event, you must lock the gate once your
event has ended and you have ensured that all non-members have left the
property. Here is a partial list of public events.
Pistol, Two Gun, and Carbine Shoots; Every 3rd Sunday (except July and
- Skeet and
Hunters Clays Range; Every Sunday from 9 am until 11:00 am
Sniper Shoot; 2nd Sunday in January
Shoot; Thanksgiving day from 9 am until noon
- CMP Shoot
Remember that it
is a violation of club by-laws to give or loan a key to a non-member.
This includes spouses and other family members. As per club by-laws a
violation will result in revocation of your membership.
You must have
your Nauset Rod and Gun Club membership card with you while on club
property. Although it is not required, you may wish to keep your
card in view given that you may be asked to present your membership
card. If you have lost your membership card, please reply to this email
and we will provide you with a new one.
enter or leave club premises, you must lock the gate behind you even
when there are others still on the property. The one exception is
during public events. If unsure, lock the gate. Also, when leaving the
gate open make sure the pin is inserted and the lock is through the pin,
closed, and locked. Never leave the gate lock in the unlocked
The club has grown
rapidly over the past few years and now stands at over 450 members.
This has had its advantages and disadvantages. One disadvantage is that
it is impossible to know everyone and to always recognize who is or who
is not a member. For this reason, it is extremely important, and very
much appreciated, that everyone adheres to these rules and policies.
Saturday, December 6, 2014 the 200 yard range will be reserved the 1st
Saturday of each month from 9 am until 12 pm (noon). This will require
the closure of all ranges inside the 200 yard perimeter including the
Pit, Range 2, Larry Baker Range, and the 100 yard range. Range 1,
Skeet, and Hunters Clays will remain open. If no one is using the 200
yard range on the reserved day by 11 am, the gate can be opened and the
other ranges can be used.
Anyone interested in shooting
200 yards should contact Gabriel Selfe 774-722-4099.
There are some new, cool things on the
The club has M1 Garands and Kimber
bolt action 22's to loan to members and guests. If you would like to shoot any of these club guns,
contact Club Armoror Keith Brazil at 508 349 1827 or Executive
Officer Craig Poosikian at 508-240-2345 to reserve. They are usually
there Saturdays and Sundays. Ammo is available for both guns for
purchase, but use of the guns is free. If you've never shot a US
Military gun, you are in for a real treat. Come try it out at the
Welcome to Nauset Rod & Gun Club
Established in 1947 NR&G has been a place for all members, and
guests of members to come and enjoy our
facilities. We meet on the 4th Tuesday of the month, September
through June at 7:30 PM at the clubhouse. All members are welcome and
encouraged to attend meetings. If you would like to join our club,
please use the "How to
Join" Link at left.
If you would like to see what we are all about, come
and visit with us. There is always someone at the range on Sundays
(weather permitting) from 9AM to noon, so just come on down and check us
If you need more information, please call our club president
Gifford (508) 789-5312,
or use the E-Mail link at the bottom of the page.
Action Shoots are now the 3rd Sunday of the
Except July and August
Please !!!! Please !!!!
Pick up your own trash, put it into
the garbage cans, and when the cans are full;
PLEASE EMPTY THEM IN THE DUMPSTER
This applies to all ranges
Also, no shooting of Spray Foam
Cans on any range. Severe penalties will be assessed !!
The club is now
offering a training program for its members on the Fundamentals of
Marksmanship. Learn how to actually hit what you’re aiming at by
attending a class conducted by a professional firearms instructor with
over 35 years firearms training experience. The course is being taught
by Rich Rosenthal, retired chief of the Wellfleet Police Department, who
served as a sergeant and lieutenant in the NYPD’s Firearms and Tactics
Section. Rich conducted, among other things, that department’s Police
Firearms Instructors Training School. The training he will be giving
members for this program will cover:
ØSight Picture: What
should you be focusing on? Which is your master eye and what if your
master eye and your dominate hand are different?
ØTrigger Control: What
happens when you slap, jerk or yank on the trigger? What are some proper
trigger control techniques and how are they mastered?
ØProper Grip: How do
you properly hold your revolver, pistol, either one or both types?
the various shooting stances out there, which is the best for you?
ØBreath Control: Is it
important? Why and when?
Cost for this
training is $100, checks made out to the Nauset Rod and Gun Club. Bring
your handgun. If that’s an issue, let Rich know and he can bring a few
“loaners” (.38 special caliber or .22 long rifle caliber). You’ll also
need some factory ammo (around 100 rounds) plus safety equipment (“eyes