*How do you become a member of the ORC club?
The best way to become a member of the Oneida Rifle Club is to attend a monthly meeting that occurs on the second Monday of each month. The meetings start at 6:30 PM. At the meeting you will be able obtain a membership application. You can also Obtain an Application on the web site, fill it out and return it by mail, or a club member
*How much does it cost?
There is a one time initiation fee of $100.00.
Regular membership dues are $100.00 per year
Also a $6.00 Charge for a key card.
The annual dues per year is $100.00
*Who do I pay to become a member of the club?
To become a club member you will need to pay your dues to the club Treasure.
*Am I able to bring friends to the club?
All members(regular and associate) are responsible for their guests and the guests conduct while on the club property. The hosting member must accompany their guests at all times.
*What types of guns can I shoot at the club?
The indoor range allows non-magnum pistol calibers .
The outdoor range allows calibers with non-armor piercing capabilities.
*What are the hours of operation?
With membership, the indoor range is open 24 hours per day.
Out Door range is Monday through Sat 9am until sundown.
No rounds may be discharged outdoors before 11am On Sundays
*What are my obligations as a member?
Use common sense, safety and respect your firearms at all times.
*Can I shoot during the winter months?
Yes, the heated, 9 lane indoor range allows club members to shoot during the winter months.
*Does the ORC have leagues?
Yes, Check the club League page for details for league information.
*What types of leagues does the ORC have?
The Oneida Rifle Club offers several leagues throughout the year. Leagues range from Defensive Pistol, Trap, Sporter Rifle, Prone Rifle, Junior Rifle and Bullseye Pistol.
*What are the General Rules for the Club?
*What are the Indoor Range Rules for the Club?
*What are the Outdoor Range Rules for the Club?
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