The Ranges

Trap & Skeet

Hours

Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Friday: 10am-5:30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 8am-5:30pm

Last round of Self pull goes out at 5pm
Last round of trap/skeet/5-stand out at 5:30pm

November-March: 4:30pm Closing Time

Pricing

Nonmember Token Pricing:
1-9: $11.00+tax
10-19: $9.90+tax
20+: $8.80+tax

Member Token Pricing:
1-9: $9.90+tax
10-19: $7.70+tax
20+: $6.60+tax

Self-Pull: $25.30+tax
ZZ Tokens: $18.70 each
Shotgun Rental: $20.00+tax  (Valid ID Required)

Annual Membership

Trap and Skeet

Discounted Tokens

Clays Combo Elite Membership
$399.00+tax Annually
Includes all the benefits of Sporting Clays Elite Membership & Trap & Skeet Membership

All Range Membership
$699.00+tax Annually
Includes all the benefits of a Rifle and Pistol Family membership & Clays Combo Elite Membership

Trap is a shotgun sport involving shooting at clay targets thrown from a bunker or house whose top is at ground level in front of the shooter.

The game of skeet is mostly a close range type of game. The longest shot you have is where you are perpendicular to the field at station 4. Here the distance is about 20 yards.  A skeet field uses two traps placed on opposing sides of the field with shooting positions placed in a semi-circular fashion.

Shotshells can be pretty much any kind of Target or Dove/Quail loads.  We must restrict any shot size larger than 7 ½ lead or #7 steel due to shot fall limitations. Likewise, any 3-inch shells are not allowed.  Historically, Steel Shot has been restricted because it was only available in large shot sizes and it has a tendency to ricochet.  Lately, however, shotshell manufacturers have been producing “Target” style loads with steel shot, and those, in size #7 or smaller, are now allowed.

Pro Shop closes @ 5:30pm (4:30 Nov - Mar).

Rifle & Pistol

Hours

Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Friday: 9am-6pm (Pro Shop Closes 5:30pm)
Saturday – Sunday: 8am-7pm (Pro Shop Closes 6:30pm)

Pricing

1 Person/1 Gun: $25.00+tax
Additional Gun: $5.00+tax per additional gun
Additional Target: $1.00+tax
Steel Targets: $10.00+tax (Pistol Range use only)

Varmint Village: $10.00+tax
Steel targets from 35-200yds for .22LR rimfire caliber rifles only

Annual Membership

Rifle & Pistol

Individual Membership:
$400+tax Annually
$350+tax Annually (Senior 65+)
No range fees
No charge for additional guns.
No charge for pistol steel

Family Membership:
$500+tax / Annually
$400+tax / Annually (Senior 65+)2 family members*
No range fees
No charge for additional guns
No charge for pistol steel
Add up to 2 additional family members* ($100.00+tax each)
4 guests per month at $10+tax each

*Must live in same household

ASC range officers monitor the rifle and pistol firing line. Pistol shooters will stand and shoot at said targets where ground and overhead baffling is present. Rifle shooters will sit and shoot from 50 yards to 300 yards using the same basic criteria. Situations regarding the longer ranges and various shooting positions, i.e. kneeling, prone, or standing will be addressed as need arises by the range officers and range management. Our range safety rules are mandated and printed on our targets as well as posted on the range.

Our intent is to provide the general public with a safe and friendly environment to target practice in adhering to the basic criteria of the intended purpose of the range. TAKE AIM!

Please note that the long ranges (200 and UP) require that you bring a spotting scope, sandbags and stapler with you.

You must qualify at the 300 Yard range before you can move up to the 400 & 600 Yard Ranges.  Qualification for ranges past 300 yards: On a 300 yard target, shot at 300 yards; we require 5 shots inside the 6″ white bulls-eye and no other shots on the paper.

Varmit Village

Our Varmit Village consists of Multiple Varmit that are on springs allowing you to enjoy the fun of shooting a .22.

  • $10 per hour plus Range Fee = Continuous Shooting!
  • For .22 Rimfire Rifles Only
  • Can be added on at any time
  • Standard Cease Fire Rules Apply

Last Cease-Fire is 30 minutes prior to range closing time. Pro Shop closes 45 minutes prior to range closing time.

Sporting Clays

Hours

Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Friday: 10am-5:30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 8am-5:30pm

Last Round of 100 goes out at 5pm
Last Round of 50 goes out at 5:30pm

November – March: 4:30pm Closing Time

Pricing

Nonmember Target Pricing
50: $34.10+tax
100: $55.00+tax
500*: $265.00+tax
1000*: $510.00+tax

*Requires the Purchase of a target card ($11.00+tax)

Member Target Pricing
50: $25.30+tax
100: $47.30+tax
500*: $250.80+tax
1000*: $473.00+tax

*Requires the Purchase of a target card ($11.00+tax)

Shotgun Rental: $20.00+tax (Valid ID Required)
Golfcart Rental: $44.00+tax

Annual Membership

Sporting Clays Elite

Discounted Clay Targets
Half off cart rental fees

All Range Membership:
$699.00+tax Annually
Includes all the benefits of a Rifle and Pistol Family membership & Clays Combo Elite Membership

Clays Combo Elite Membership:
$399.00+tax Annually
Includes all the benefits of Sporting Clays Elite Membership & Trap & Skeet Membership

Sporting Clays is the fastest growing and most exciting clay target game. All courses are unique (like golf courses) and here at ASC, we modify our courses on a regular basis to keep them interesting.

A Sporting Clays Course is made up of a series of 10 to 15 “Stations” that a group or “squad” of shooters (1 to 6 people) move through. New shooters are welcome to shoot only the more basic Stations if they choose and there is no requirement to shoot all the stations. A 50 target “Round” takes about an hour. A 100 bird “Round” takes about two hours. It’s kind of like choosing to play 9 or 18 holes of golf! Golf style carts are usually available to rent if desired but are not necessary.

All shooting starts at our Sporting Clays Pro Shop where customers purchase the number of targets they wish to shoot, eye and/or ear protection and any other accessory items they may need.

All gauges of shotguns are allowed although 12 gauge and 20 gauge are the most popular. All shooting is done “from the shoulder” so no “riottype” shotguns should be used.

At each of the numbered Stations, there is a specified shooting location or “shooting cage” as it’s called along with other amenities like benches, gun racks and in most cases water coolers.

Also at each Station, there will be two clay target machines (called traps) located in such a manner so as to present a unique challenge or “presentation” of the two targets, in most cases simulating some sort of flight characteristics of real birds. There is also, at each Station, a control button system that allows for the release of either of the two targets or both at the same time if desired (shooters choice). Normally, one of ASC’s Field Staff will accompany each group to guide, score, release the targets and answer any questions.

All firearms are always carried unloaded and “open” from Station to Station. Only when it is time for a shooter to take his/her turn, will their firearm be moved from the provided gun rack to the shooting cage where it will be loaded with either one or two (maximum) “target load” shotgun shells.

Shooters normally rotate who goes first at each Station. And the person who is first always is allowed to “view” the pair of targets so they know what’s coming. This is called a “Show Pair”. All shooters in the squad can also watch the Show Pair and thereby get prepared for their turn.

Once prepared, the shooter in the cage will call “Pull!” at which time the person scoring will push a button that will release the first target. At the shooter’s option, he/she can choose to shoot the designated targets at each Station in any order they wish. Normally, all shooters in a Squad will shoot the same sequences, but, it is not necessary.

The Squad will then proceed from Station to Station until they have shot their predetermined number of targets. They will then return to the Pro Shop.

Shooters should wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes. Eye and ear protection is mandatory for all persons on the range (available at our Pro Shop). Things like additional beverages (non-alcoholic), sunscreen, etc. are optional.

The shooter may start with a low gun or a pre-mounted gun when calling for the target.
Only two shells may be loaded at a time.
If doubles are presented and both are broken with one shot, both are counted as kills.
Up to 3 malfunctions of the gun are allowed before the shooter “loses” birds
Chokes or guns may be changed between fields if desired.
AMMUNITION REGULATIONS

Shotshells can be pretty much any kind of Target or Dove/Quail loads. We must restrict any shot size larger than 7 ½ lead or #7 steel due to shot fall limitations. Likewise, any 3-inch shells are not allowed. Historically, Steel Shot has been restricted because it was only available in large shot sizes and it has a tendency to ricochet. Lately, however, shotshell manufacturers have been producing “Target” style loads with steel shot, and those, in size #7 or smaller, are now allowed.

Pro Shop closes @ 5:30pm (4:30 Nov - Mar).