Saukville Rifle & Pistol Club, Inc. is a private social and target shooting club. Our purpose is to provide safe controlled shooting facilities and organize competitive shooting events for social and recreational enjoyment for our membership.
This page has information about joining our club, and information for current members.
- Be a citizen of the United States.
- Never have been convicted of a violent crime.
- Be able to legally own and safely use firearms.
- Agree to abide by all club rules.
Complete our application expressing your intent to join our club & wait to be contacted by our membership officer. (There may be a waitlist)
Military (Active or Retired), First Responder (Active or Retired) or over 75
July – September
October – December
January – March
April – May
Members over 65 with two years of full membership.
Below are the club’s rules. Members and guests must abide by them at all times without exception. Failure to abide by the club’s rules may result in termination of club membership or may result in you being banned for participating in any club events or leagues. The club’s officers or event safety officers may, at their discretion, create and enforce additional safety rules as-needed. Our goal above all others is to keep everyone safe.
General Club Rules
- Treat all guns as if they are loaded.
- Never point the gun at anything you are not willing to destroy.
- Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on target and you are ready to shoot.
- Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
- Firearms should be unloaded with action open when not shooting
- No speeding on Bluegoose Road. The speed limit is 35 MPH.
- No littering including on Bluegoose Road.
- Keep to designated areas. No walking through woods.
Rifle Range Rules
- Opens at 9am daily.
- Closed 30 Minutes before dusk
- Closed during trap league on Tuesday & Thursday nights during trap season. See calendar.
- No guests on the rifle range. Current members only. Be prepared to show your card if asked.
- No rapid fire on the Rifle / Pistol Range. Shots must be at least 1 second apart.
- If you go downrange, you must take a cone with flag and set it about 10 yards downrange. Place behind firing line when range is open.
- Firearms should be unloaded with action open when not shooting or when someone is down range.
- No handling of firearms when someone is downrange.
- Muzzle must always be pointed downrange. 170 degree rule.
- Clean up cases, targets and other refuse when done.
- Only shoot at paper targets on the boards.
- No shotgun ammo with multiple projectiles like bird shot, buck shot, etc. Slugs only.
- Use ear and eye protection
- No alcohol allowed on range.
- Keep targets away from edges of boards to prevent damage to target stands.
- Rifle range closed during gun-deer season and for rifle sight-in. See calendar.
- No drawing from holsters.
- No tracer rounds or incendiary ammo.
- No tannerite.
- No fully automatic weapons.
- No shouldering a pistol. IE: Sig brace or similar may be used for arm brace as intended, but not for shoulder.
- Suppressors & SBRs are permitted provided you have paperwork with tax stamp on demand.
Starting the 2018 – 2019 membership cycle, Saukville Rifle & Pistol Club is starting a working member program. The assistance we receive from working members will help make the club a more enjoyable experience for everyone. Hopefully this will also encourage members to become more active in club events and more open to providing suggestions for the future growth and improvement of the club. Working members have the opportunity to save $50 annually and continue paying $75 per year. General Non-Working Members will begin paying $125 annually starting the 2018-2019 cycle.
Question: Where can I sign up for opportunities?
Answer: Visit http://work.saukvillegunclub.com to view a current list of opportunities and sign up.
Question: What is required to sign up?
Answer: An email address, and most importantly your member number. Please make sure you are capable of performing duties you are signing up for. Some may tasks may be physically demanding or require special skills. If you have any specific questions, please contact the organizer or email@example.com
Question: Where can I find my member number?
Answer: You can either Click Here to find it get it emailed to you if you have an email address on file, you can find it on your membership card, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Question: How many hours do I have to work?
Answer: Almost all of our events are 4-hours long. To satisfy the requirements of a working member, you will need to work at two 4-hour long events.
Question: What if I don’t satisfy the requirement for a working membership after the year is complete?
Answer: When you receive next year’s renewal letter, we’ll let you know if the requirements have been satisfied or not. You’ll have until 7/31 to complete your hours, however we won’t issue your next year’s membership card until all dues are paid in full and hours are worked or working hours are paid for ($25 per 4-hour event not worked).
Question: Are Associate or Life members required to work?
Answer: No, there is no requirement for either of these membership types.
Question: I have a special skill that could benefit the club. Can I help the club ways beyond what is shown on the website?
Answer: We are certainly open to hearing your suggestion(s) on how you can help the club. If you have a special skill like plumbing, electrical, carpentry, HVAC, etc. and you can provide the club a service (as-needed) in lieu of working hours, please email us to let us know. email@example.com. The Club’s Board of Directors will be the authority on any circumstances like this.