Important Security Notice

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 rules.

 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.

  • Action Pistol, Two Gun, and Carbine Shoots; Every 4th Sunday (except July and August)
  • Skeet and Hunters Clays Range;  Every Sunday from 9 am until 11:00 am
  • Arctic Sniper Shoot; 2nd Sunday in January
  • Turkey Shoot; Thanksgiving day from 9 am until noon
  • Masonic Charity Shoot
  • 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 and on display while on club property.  There are lanyards available for free in the club house if you choose to display your card in this way.   Visible membership cards will help maintain a secure range, will assist ROs in knowing who is on the range, and will encourage members to get to know each other by name.  If you have lost your membership card, please contact the club at Nausetrodandgun@gmail.com and we will provide you with a new one.

 Whenever you 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 position.