Factoryville Sportsmen’s Club Archery Many people think of FSC as a firearm shooting club, but did you know that we also offer Archery opportunities year round? Nestled slightly off the beaten path and in a peaceful setting behind our horseshoe area lies our 3-D Archery range, available year round with no charge to our members. […]
USPSA Get Started Competing
Getting Started Competing Introduction We’re thrilled that you are interested enough in practical shooting to explore how best to get started. You are about to take the first step on an exciting journey to a new world of safe, fair, family fun with some of the greatest people you will ever know. USPSA membership does […]
Trapshooting Competitive Clay Pigeon Shooting
Trapshooting is one of the three major disciplines of competitive clay pigeon shooting (shotgun at clay targets). The targets are launched from a single “house” or machine, generally away from the shooter. It differs from skeet shooting where targets are launched from two “houses” in somewhat “sideways” paths that intersect in front of the shooter. […]
Long Range Shooting
Shoot for score against other shooters or just to stretch out your rifle, LR pistol, shotgun slugs, muzzleloaders, and rimfires at mostly steel targets of various sizes at 227Y, 337Y, 426Y. Come earlier than posted start time for registration and setup suggested, but you don’t have to be there at the start nor stay the […]
Though there are many variations on how to play horseshoes are played and scored, at FSC: One player pitches both shoes in succession to one pit, followed by the other player, once known as an “inning”. Normally only one pitcher can score points per inning, however some leagues and tournaments play “count all”, in which […]
All ranges are closed for sporting clays, special shoots and educational programs. See the calendar for dates and times
Ear & Eye Protection Mandatory
IF IT IS DEEMED THAT YOU ARE ACTING UNSAFE, UNRULEY, OR CAUSING A DISTURBANCE, YOU WILL BE TOLD TO LEAVE, SHOOTER OR OBSERVER ALIKE. NO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL– if it is suspected of being used or in use, you will not be shooting.
ALL Firearms (including personal protection) must be pointed in a safe direction at all times. Make sure all firearms are unloaded and made safe before going downrange. Actions open and magazines out. Firearms are not to be handled while people are downrange for any reason.
Absolutely no shooting is allowed when “Range Closed” signs are posted. DO NOT FIRE IF RANGE CLOSED SIGNS ARE DISPLAYED – maintenance may be being performed out of your line of sight. OBEY RANGE CLOSED SIGNS – if posted closed there is a reason for it DO NOT RE-OPEN without permission.
Adult Membership –
Dues are currently $200.00 year
You must be an NRA member ($30.00 through the club)
$35.00 new member initiation fee and must be present at the meeting they are getting voted in on.
Dues collected November thru February without late fee
Dues prorated for new members during the year.
Gate access card not issued until confirmed New Members have attended Orientation.
There is no initiation fee or requirement to be present at the meeting a junior is getting voted in on.
There are several medias at FSC for our members and non members to communicate with each other or to let others know what is going on. A few of the best ways below should be utilized to see what is happening or not happening at the club.
The FSC website lists the schedule calendar of events, range closures, directions, tournaments, happenings, links of interest, club rules, membership info, photos, and other information concerning the club and it’s events. It also provides several ways of contacting persons involved with the many things that take place at FSC.
A wealth of information is available on the website and worth taking the time to explore.