From Larry Dark: Howdy Tuesday 2/25 *Open practice on the hill. Ranges open by 4:30p Friday 2/28 *Arts old Codgers will take the hill to show off their talents with the smooth bore. They will have their fowling pieces cleaned oiled and ready to break targets by 9:30a and they will shoot till mid day. […]
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A MEMBERS ONLY NON-PROFIT SHOOTING RANGE & FISHING CLUB IN KINGSPORT, TN.
Our Club Programs
Ironman Marathon 100 Pair of Doubles SATURDAY February 29, 2020 Registration and CLASSIFICATION @ 9:30Am SHOOTING at 10:00Am $36 for the event and a daily $3 ATA & State fees Classes in doubles AA, A, B, C, and D You can shoot in the event and you DON’T have to register with ATA if you […]
Dennis Rutledge is organizing a work day on the lower pistol and rifle range. It will be closed from 9am until work is completed. Contact Dennis for more details.
From Larry Dark: Howdy Here’s the results from the last Trophy Shoot at Cherokee High Gun Overall Mr George Reese Jr with a 94 HIgh Skeet Larry Costine 47 High Trap Tim Fields 48 Trap Class Winners AA Paul Key A Miss Kay B Zach Watson C Anthony Dean Jr D Cory Calvin Skeet […]
From Joe Trujillo: I’ll be at the club house on Sunday from 1 to 4 to hand out NEW keys for the trap houses, this is when everyone sign’s up for the volunteer hours needs to qualify for the key.
Thank you for the overwhelming response to our Ladies Day event. In just one week, we have over 100 ladies registered for this event; and over 60% are first time attendees. We have changed the ʻSUBMIT REGISTRATIONʻ to ʻSUBMIT FOR WAITING LISTʻ. I know that things come up and a lot can happen between now […]
February 8 – 9:00 to 4:00 – Cherokee Rod & Gun Club
4280 Reservoir Rd, Kingsport, TN 37660
Instructor – Denise Burchfield, EMT, Combat Medic, Leader of the Sevier County chapter of The Well Armed Woman.
Assisted by Randy Steed
What to expect:
Methods to stop bleeding and when to use each method
Use of tourniquets
Treating for shock
Maintaining an airway with NPAs and OPAs
Trauma Kit vs. First aid kit
Hands on, real life training scenarios