Outdoor Shooting Start Time Monday-Saturday: 8:30 am
Outdoor Shooting Start Time on Sundays: 10:00 am
No shooting outdoors prior to 10 am on Sundays. Thank you!
ALL SHOOTING MUST END BY DUSK: ONE HALF HOUR AFTER SUNSET.
Monthly Club Meeting
We meet on the third Wednesday of every month, at 7:00PM. Members, please try to attend the monthly meetings so you can learn what is happening at the Club and contribute your ideas and knowledge to help make the Club even better!
4 Hour Annual Work Commitment
FCSC members are expected to contribute a minimum of 4 hours of time per year to the Club. This commitment can be fulfilled in a number of ways:
- Help at one of the Club Work Bees
- Join a Committee (Membership, Finance, Range and Safety, Field, Publicity).
- Help at one of the Club's Public Events (Stone Age Skills Day, Black Powder Day, Registered Trap, Family Archery Day, Beginning Skeet, Turkey Shoots, etc.)
- Help with Club Maintenance (empty trash into the dumpster, clean bathrooms, clean classroom, pick up brass and trash on ranges, etc.)
- Help with the Mowing
- Help at FCSC's booth at the Franklin County Fair
- Cook at one of the Summer Club Meetings, Registered Trap or one of our Events
- Be a candidate for the Board of Directors.
If you are unable to contribute 4 hours of work time to the Club, you may make a payment of $10 per hour in lieu of the time. Thank you.
It is the time, energy, ideas and talent of Club Members that make our Club a great place to shoot!
Regular Skeet Shooting Hours are:
Year Round----Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 am and Thursday 12:00 pm (noon) - End (depending on weather and interest).
Saturday: 10:00 am to (Depending on interest)
Sunday: 10:00 am to (Depending on interest)
Thursday: 12:00 pm (noon) to (Depending on interest)
$3.00 Per Round of Skeet (Members)
$6.00 Per Round of Skeet (Guests)
Guest must sign One-Day Waivers.
New Membership Application Process
Effective 2/17/13, the club has a new procedure for “New Membership” applications, which is described on the new “Become a Member” page of our website. This applies to people who have never been a club member before and to people who have not been a club member for six months or more, who now want to return.
The significant changes are that, starting 2/17/13, all new applicants will be interviewed by members of the Board of Directors before their applications are approved.
(Please note that this new process does not apply to current club members. The renewal process remains the same. Please visit the new “Renew Your Membership” page of the website when it is your time to renew. You will find your membership expiration date on your membership badge).
Non-Member Sign In
All guests must fill out and sign the guest waiver of liability form as soon as they arrive at the club and BEFORE doing any shooting.
In accordance with Club rules and to comply with club's insurance provider, all non-members who wish to shoot as a guest of a Club member are required to be accompanied by a Club member and are required to complete a waiver of liability form. This form is available online and at the clubhouse.
The host member must insure that these forms are completed properly and left in the lockbox on the wall inside the club meeting room. There is a $10.00 guest fee. All guests must remain with and be supervised by their host club member.
We need volunteers to help with the mowing. Please email Ray Samson or call him at 665-3711.
Please shoot at breakable targets on the right side of 100 yd. range. Remember, only authorized targets, clay birds, water jugs, but clean up your mess after.
Please leave the left side of the 100 yd line with the cables for the paper target shooters. Please do not shoot at the cable or poles.
Shooting at less than 100 yds requires that your target be elevated from the ground and not placed n the ground itself. This is a safety issue to eliminate rounds skipping off the ground and bypassing the protective berm at the end of the range.
From time to time the club sends out email from the website to club members who have provided an email address. Sometimes we have faulty email addresses in our database and so some this mail is returned undelivered. If your address is bad and you provided us with a phone number in the contact form we will call to confirm the correct email address. If there is no phone number provided, we will simply delete the email addrfess to prevent further bounces.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please visit the Become a Member page, which describes the application process.
I Am New To Shooting. Can I Apply To Be A Member?Yes. We welcome new shooters and try to facilitate peer mentoring for those new to shooting. The club is a great place to make friends who share your interest in shooting and to learn from others with... (Read More)
Do You Have Women Members?Yes. We have a rapidly growing number of women members! FCSC is a great place for women to receive mentoring around shooting basics and the choosing of a firearm and to develop their shoot... (Read More)
Is There A Wait List For Membership?The club does have a membership cap. Once we reach that cap, membership applicants will go on a numbered waiting list in the order their membership was approved. Currently we do have openings!
What Are The Hours The Club Is Open?The outdoor ranges are open for member use from 8:30 am to dusk [one half hour after sunset] on Mondays through Saturdays. On Sundays there is no firearm shooting outdoors before 10:00 am (the archery... (Read More)
As A Member, May I Bring Guests To The Club?Yes. A club member may bring a guest, subject to the club's guest policy. All guests must properly complete the waiver of liability form (provided inside the clubhouse) immediately upon arri... (Read More)
What Types Of Shooting Ranges Does The Club Have?We have the following: Two Skeet fields and two Trap fields Five Stand field Rifle range (100 yard and 200 yard) with Pavillion Three outdoor 25 yard Pistol Ranges (two with Pavillion... (Read More)
Does The Club Rent Guns and Ranges For Groups To Use?No. The Franklin County Sportsmen's Club is not a public shooting range, but a private, members-only club. The public is welcome as an invited guest of the club, a guest of a member, or at a sched... (Read More)
Are The Club’s Classes Open to Non-Members?Yes. The NRA Home Firearm Safety Class, and the Hunter Education Class are open to the public. The former is offered monthly; the latter twice a year. The club does offer other seminars, classes a... (Read More)
How Do I Become A Member?To apply for membership, download and fill out the new membership forms (application and questionnaire, on the Become a Member Page). Mail them in. You will be contacted to schedule an inter... (Read More)