One of the Oldest and Most Reputable Gun Clubs in the Tri-Cities

 

 

We are involved and active in issues concerning sportsmen and conservationists through our membership in and support of East Tennessee Sportsmen's Federation, Tennessee Conservation League and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency . Cherokee Rod & Gun Club is one of the strongest conservation interests in East Tennessee.

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A MEMBERS ONLY NON-PROFIT SHOOTING RANGE & FISHING CLUB IN KINGSPORT, TN.

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Military Match 5/18/2019

Good afternoon all, We had a beautiful day today, started out in the low 60s, topped out around 83.  It was getting a bit hot if you had on jeans by the end of the day.  Turnout was light – which usually happens this time of year with sports and vacations, but we made up […]

22 Silhouette 5/14/2019

From Match Director TA Smith Today under sunny skies and very pleasant conditions, we held the May match for 22 Rifle Silhouette at Cherokee Rod & Gun Club. 16 people came out for the match: 15 competitors and 1 interested observer.After the smoke cleared and the little metal animals were put away, Jeff Vicars emerged as […]

Shotgun News 5/14/2019

From Larry Dark: Howdy Tuesday 5/14 Open Practice on the hill. We will have the ranges open by 4:30 p and will shoot trap and skeet. If you are a newer shooter and want to get started breaking clays…this is a great time to do that. Everyone will be more than happy to help folks […]

Black Powder Match 5/11/2019

From Jonathan Price: The May 2019 BPCR match scores are posted. Page 5 has this month’s scores on it and page 13 has the yearly total. If you see any mistakes in the scoresheet feel free to let me know and I’ll get them corrected. Hope to see everyone at the match next month.

Fish Pond Closed until 6/1/2019

The fishing pond is closed until June 1st, effective immediately. The pond has been recently treated with algae control chemicals and the gate has been padlocked, along with a Closed sign added.

Shotgun News 5/6/2019

From Larry Dark: Howdy Cherokee had  Ladies Day last Saturday. Looked like a success from where I was, the ladies shooting the shotguns seemed to have a good time (the jumping up and down and squealing was a give away) and every one I had broke at least one moving target. Some were really good […]