- Social area with working fireplace
- Full kitchen for events
- Dining tables
- Restrooms on each floor
- Wheelchair Accessible from the adjacent parking area
- Monthly member meeting last Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
- The Clubhouse Bulletin Board, Website and Fleetwood Fish and Game Newsletter list all upcoming events.
SAFETY…NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT. YOU ARE SAFETY
Safety depends on your attitude and conduct. Nothing is more important than the safety of our neighbors and fellow members. Everyone has the responsibility to assure that all participants are WEARING membership cards and are abiding by the rules.
You are required to WEAR your membership card when using your club. Please use the new cardholder lanyards, available at the club, for the convenient display of your membership card. Lanyards are free to members with donations appreciated. Everyone has the responsibility to assure that cards are WORN and that all participants are abiding by the rules.
Be Safe! – Enjoy YOUR FACILITY
Pistol Range – 25 Yards
- 12 position outdoor range
- 2-seat positions bench rest tables
- Full table firing points – movable seating benches and chairs available
- Ready benches for equipment
- Firing points and ready area all under roof
- Easy Road access – parking area directly adjacent
- No more than 6 rounds loaded at one time
- Handguns, rimfire rifles, and muzzleloaders only permitted – NO CENTERFIRE RIFLES – NO SHOTGUNS
- No shotshells – Use the shotgun patterning board which is directly next to the range
- Please keep your range clean – remove your casings, targets, and trash including cigarette butts.
- 2nd Saturday – Spring and Summer – Bullseye match – open to all – from 9AM until 11:30AM (approx) 25 yard range is closed when matches are being conducted however the 15 yard range remains open during that time.
Pistol Range – Mid Distance
- 6+ position outdoor range
- 10 and 15 yard marked positions
- Ready area gear tables/benches
- Stone walkways
Shotgun Range/Trap Shooting
- 4 trap houses – voice-controlled by the shooter
- Traps are professionally maintained and adjusted to ATA standards on a regular basis
- Scoring sheds; prep area and seating benches to rear
- Every Thursday – trap league practice shoots are open to all 8:30 to 11:30
- Every 4th Sunday is a monthly trap club shoot 8:30 to 12:30
- Hand throwing is allowed but please keep the area clean
Shotgun Patterning Range
- Shotgun Patterning Board
- Shotshells only – no slugs
- Next to the pistol range
- Please supply your patterning cardboard
100 Yard Rifle Range
There is a working farm area behind the safety berm. Stop all shooting until the farmer is clear.
- Beautiful farm country panorama
- 6-seat new bench rest tables – roofed firing points
- Easy parking area directly adjacent
- New wooden footbridge to target backstop
- Three (3) rounds per rifle limit before reloading
- NO AUTOMATIC FIRE
- Paper targets only – strictly enforced
- Please keep your range clean – remove your casings, targets, and trash
- Please obey all range rules and signs for your safety
50 Yard Rifle Range
Working farm area behind safety berm. Stop all shooting until the farmer is clear
- 4-seat new open bench rest tables on a concrete pad
- Foot access only from Rifle Range parking area – vehicles not permitted due to wet grounds
- All rules must be followed per the 100 yard Range
- Pistols and rifles and Shotguns (SLUGS ONLY) permitted
- Groomed grassy approaches
- Offset distance targets – 15 to 50 yards
- Marked firing point
- Separate from shooting ranges
- Easy parking – Adjacent to the parking area
- Table and bench provided for crossbow sighting
100 Yard Rifle Range Rules
- Three (3) rounds per rifle limit NO AUTOMATIC FIRE Paper targets only – strictly enforced
- Working farm area behind safety berm. Stop all shooting until the farmer is clear.
- 50 Yard Range Rules
- Foot access only from Rifle Range parking area – vehicles not permitted account wet grounds
- All rules must be followed per the 100 Yard Rifle Range Pistols and rifles permitted.
Pistol Range Rules – 25 Yards and mid-distance (up to 15 yards)
- Six (6) rounds per handgun limit.
- Handguns, rimfire rifles and muzzleloaders ONLY permitted –
- NO CENTERFIRE RIFLES –
- NO BRACED (with stocks) PISTOLS
- NO SHOTSHELLS
- 25 yard range closed for Bullseye matches 15 yard range open.
Shotgun Patterning Board Rules
- Shotguns ONLY; shotshells ONLY
- No slugs or single projectiles are permitted.
- Please supply your patterning cardboard.
Shotgun Range / Trap Shooting Rules
- Hand throwing is allowed but please keep the area clean
- All Ranges open at 8:00 am and close at sundown. Please let our neighbors enjoy peace and quiet.
- Overall Rules
- USING THE RANGES WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS AND/OR ALCOHOL IS ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED. SHOOTING WHILE IMPAIRED WILL CAUSE IMMEDIATE TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP
- ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
- ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
- ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.Eye and ear protection are required.
- NEVER handle firearms while someone is forward of the firing line
- All firearms must have actions open if a person is downrange or a farmer is in the immediate vicinity.
- Members only. No guests. (Exception: Club scheduled events)
- Range(s) may be closed during scheduled events.
- Courtesy and sharing range etiquette is expected when using ranges.
- Paper targets only – on target backer only. NOT on posts or backer support (red color).
- NO littering – remove targets and dispose of all trash.
- NO vehicles allowed on the range.
- No shotguns to be used on target backers, except slugs.
- Any violation of the rules can result in expulsion.
- No weapons fired in full auto mode. Immediate expulsion.
- WEAR your membership cards when using the ranges.
- Firing at any target support is cause for expulsion.
- All Ranges are closed during posted annual Hunter Safety class.
Fleetwood Fish and Game Association extends a sincere thank you to all that lend a hand to make the club a better place for all of the members. Many hands make heavy work light. Can you join the members below to make FF&G a better place for all that enjoy the club? Any amount of time and any service, large or small, is appreciated.
If you can help, please stop by our monthly member meeting so we can plan together. While the number of volunteers as identified in the following list seems impressive, the amount of work required to keep the club running is massive. Grass cutting takes approximately 18 man-hours per week (not including trimming) and had been done by our late Vice President Carl Metz. Linda and Chuck Russo and Sue and Dave Greif are currently making the grounds look manicured, safe and inviting. Volunteers are needed to help with the ground’s maintenance work plus facility and equipment maintenance and office work.
Your time is desperately needed and is greatly appreciated. Some volunteers that have contributed their time in 2021 are listed below. If we did not catch your contribution and failed to list your hard work, please accept our thanks.
- Anonymous: $500 Donation towards security system upgrade and $100 Donation to the club treasury.
- Eric Britz: Spring Workday participant – Backstop repair.
- Dennis Bubbenmoyer & Weaver’s Hardware: Dennis obtained a $100 cleaning supply donation from Weaver’s Hardware.
- Gary Cipa: Workday participant, Backstop repair, Security Camera install team.
- Floyd Falcone: Donation of targets to encourage new members.
- Sue & Dave Greif: Clubhouse cleanup including windows, grounds work, maintenance.
- Dave Henrich: Website Webmaster and Webmaster Instructor/Website Upgrade.
- Roger Hoch: League Trap shoot volunteer.
- Laura Hughes: Spring Workday participant.
- Terry Kline: Assistant to Carl Metz, Landscape, Interior and Exterior maintenance, range maintenance including target backers & painting. Spring workday participant.
- Frank & Nancy Lorah: Trap shoot League Volunteers.
- John Mattu: Website Webmaster/Website Update/Newsletter Editor – Work Day participant – Back porch railing and roof column repair, Ramp painting, Security Camera Install team.
- Gregg McNulty: Secretary – Trap League Shoot Chef, Menu creation, kitchen inventory and shopping. Chef, Server, dishwasher, setup and cleanup of kitchen. Spring workday participant.
- Carl Metz: Membership dues and cards, landscaping including weekly grass cutting. Tree work, trap league volunteer staff and logistics, club maintenance, snow plowing and removal, small and heavy equipment maintenance and fuel, Spring Workday participant and much, much, much more!
- Jeff Metz: Spring workday participant, Trap league shoot volunteer – tree cutting.
- Bobby Miller: Trap shoot League Volunteer.
- Tim and Maris Rearden: Back porch railing & roof column repair. 4K monitor donation for security system. Painting of trapshooting score houses, seating benches, shooting bench, rifle/pistol range & ramp. Loan of pressure washer for front & back porch cleaning. Spring work Day participants/advisors.
- Linda and Chuck Russo: Shrub trimming. Grass cutting/trimming. Flower planting. Pressure washing of front and back porches, steps, chairs. Pressure washing of 25-yard range. Rifle range cleanup, Interior and exterior signage, menu board restoration, electric cable tracing, interior and exterior clean-up, kitchen wall cleanup, Trap shoot league volunteers, archery target housing repair, Spring workday participants. A special thank you goes out to Chuck for stepping up to the plate during Carl’s absence, running our trap shoots and the monthly meeting is no small task. Chuck and Linda also created this “It Takes A Team – Thank You”, again no small task. You guys do so much, Thank You
- Matt Russo: Corrected 25-yard pistol range drainage, 25-yard pistol range wall pressure wash team, archery range target shelter anchor pins and anchoring and repair.
- Chuck Schmeck: 25-yard pistol range wall repair, 25-yard range pressure washing, outdoor water system hydrant replacement and repairs, electrical repairs at 25-yard pistol range, Spring Workday participant.
- Earl Sheetz: Bullseye Shoot coordinator, range officer, target prep, target numbering, target maintenance, target transportation, target storage and score recording.
- Vic Snyder of Vic’s Mower Shop in Blandon: Donated Snowblower pick-up, repairs and delivery.
- Alan Stockett: Treasurer. Financials including budget and planning and advice, Security System setup, maintenance and advisor. Conducted past/present member survey.