Club Activities

*** NOTICE ***
Pistol League practice on Monday evenings begins December 1st, range remains open to public but for .22 handgun only.

WEEKLY:

Monday  6:30pm-9pm – Open Range – Handgun
(.22 Only during Pistol League season, which begins December 1st, 2014 and ends after March 30th, 2015)

Tuesday  7pm-9pm – Team and League Practice – Smallbore Rifle (.22 LR) (During League seasons – see website calendar)

Wednesday  7pm-9pm – Open Range – Smallbore Rifle (.22 LR), Youth Teams & 4H Club practice

Thursday  6:30pm-9pm – Open Range – Handgun

MONTHLY:

2nd and 4th  Saturday  10am-3pm – Open Range – Handgun

Last Tuesday 7pm  -  Club Business Meeting

4 PER YEAR CHL CLASS:

3rd Saturday of:  Jan, Apr, Jul & Oct 8:30am-4pm   –   Handgun Safety / Concealed Handgun License Class    Our next class, on Saturday January 17th, is still open.

NOTES:

  • Heavy or high velocity calibers may be excluded at the Range Officer’s discretion.
  • Membership fees $30, annually.  See website for Application and Range Rules.
  • Open Range Fees: $2 Members, $10 Non Members
  • Club meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month at 7pm.
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Got CHL?

Do you have your Oregon Concealed Handgun License (CHL) yet?

If not, you may want to ask yourself why not.  There are practical advantages to having a CHL. Not least of which is that you no longer have to worry about falling foul of the local ordinances in places like Beaverton and Portland.  Although cities can make their own law about certain aspects of firearms possession, a CHL overrides these so you don’t have to worry about what is legal on one spot being illegal five feet away over an invisible city boundary.  Even if you are not concerned about the self-defense aspects, the practical advantages are worth thinking about.  The NRPC runs quarterly CHL classes, in January, April, July and October.  The classes take place on the third Saturday of the month.  For full details click on the CHL Training link on the menu bar above.

The reason my wife and I first obtained our CHLs was that we would often go to an indoor range (The Place to Shoot) on an evening, and on the way home, would want to stop to get something to eat.  We were faced with either leaving over $1,000 worth of guns in the car, or taking them in with us, and breaking concealed handgun laws (we assumed that most restaurants would not appreciate us leaving them lying on the table).

Later, it became a habit to carry on a more permanent bases as it became clear that no-one is immune to some of the nastier aspects of criminal behavior.  It is worth remembering that Oregon law allows you to use deadly force in defense of anyone, not just yourself.  I was reminded of this by reading this news report.

If you are interested in learning more about obtaining a CHL take a look at the “CHL Training” tab above for contact information.

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Falcons Take Flight at National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships

April 10, 2013

Sasha Perez (Newberg, OR) came in second overall in the Nation for Air Rifle (Silver Medal) at the Junior Olympics in Colorado this week. 40 shots off-hand, two day competition plus 10 shot final.

She was in fifth at the beginning of the final and moved up to 2nd for Silver.

LINK

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Gift memberships

Take Control of Your Membership Fee!!!
Buy NRPC Gift/New Memberships, NOW, to offset 2015 Membership Rate Increases.

As a direct result of your outstanding ideas collected that the last members meeting, NRPC will offer Gift/NEW Memberships to offset potential Membership Dues increases.

Our key Objectives are Increase Membership and Increase Activity at NRPC !! 

See the form link below for full details.

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Registration from hotmail.com disabled

Just an FYI in case you have a hotmail email account:

Due to the number of registrations by people attempting to spam from hotmail.com addresses, I have blocked any registrations from hotmail.

If you have a hotmail account and are already registered, you will be ok.

If you have a hotmail account and want to register, I strongly suggest that you get an account with a more reputable provider.

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