Tennessee Handgun Carry Permit Classes Are Held On The Second Saturday Of Each Month (March-December) At Our Clubhouse.
No classes will be held in January or February.
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WINTER WEATHER REMINDER
Please be advised that the range may not be open if any of the following conditions occur:
The temperatures are at or below freezing.
If there is snow or ice.
If Washington County schools are closed.
Do not attempt to enter the club if there is any snow or ice on the roadway. Due to the shaded areas, any snow accumulation will take much longer to melt than on main roadways.
November 24, 2020 UPDATE
Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in our region, we are cancelling our monthly shotgun trophy shoots for the remainder of the year. It is possible that we will not resume these until after winter. Please check back here for any updates.
The rifle/pistol range is now operating on our winter hours schedule.
We are experiencing a shortage of volunteer range safety officers (RSO) for the rifle/pistol range.
The rifle/pistol range is only open for use when a RSO is on duty to supervise the safe use of the facility.
For us to maintain our regular daily (Monday-Sunday) operating schedule, we must have more volunteers to support us with our range safety officer program. If we do not have trained volunteers to serve as RSO's,
we will have to adopt an abbreviated operating schedule for our rifle/pistol range.
This will be dictated by the number of available support volunteers. Members need to check the online RSO schedule before coming to the range to confirm that a RSO is scheduled for the shift.
If you are interested in volunteering for our RSO program, please call
Joshua Hyatt at (423) 943-3827 for more information.
GENERAL PROCEDURES FOR ALL AREAS OF THE CLUB
Social distancing WILL be maintained
RSOs have the authority to require anyone who appears to be sick to leave the property
No gathering in the range house/club house
DO NOT attend if you are feeling ill
Be a part of the solution and not a part of the problem
RSOs are volunteers will be respected
Use common sense, as always
Safe and courteous participation is required
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We will be evaluating these procedures and actively adapting to this situation.
These procedures may change daily if necessary.
Please check here daily for any updates.
Volunteer range safety officers are needed for the rifle/pistol range. If you would like more information for this program, please email email@example.com or call 423-943-3827