The open positions are:
Pursuant to Club Bylaws, nominations for, and elections to, the open positions will occur at:
the DSRPC General Membership Meeting on Thursday January 5th, 2017.
Thursday, January 5th, 6:30pm, at the DSRPC Clubhouse
The use of steel core and tracer ammunition is prohibited on all ranges.
Note: This does not apply to steel cased ammo that is loaded with standard lead core bullets.
Please pick up a Range Request form to reserve your range space for 2017.
The completed form must be submitted by November 30th, 2016 to the RSO in order to have your match listed on the calendar for next year.
When using Range 9, please do not drive off the front edge of the firing line.
DSRPC is not responsible for any damage to you or your vehicle.
Everyone entering DSRPC property will sign in. There are no exceptions you will sign in to shoot and you will have all your guests sign in. Every one will sign in for the orientation class. If you’re helping out on work party day you will sign in. There are absolutely no exceptions.
Members may bring guests at no charge.
November 5th, 2016 • Boat House
Setup: 7am • Open 8am to 2pm
- Cost per table will be $10.00 ea. Tables can be purchased at the October and November General Membership Meetings or at the Range Security Office.
- Space is limited – First Come, First Served.
All Firearms Must Be Unloaded and Zip Tied By Security.
We have revised the procedure for Range #9.
- Raise the red flag when the range is HOT.
- Lower the red flag when the range is COLD.
- The target height can be no more than 30 inches above the ground.
- Minimum target frame width is 2 feet.
- No PVC target stands allowed.
The DSRPC Bylaws Committee has proposed changes to the club’s bylaws.
If you have any questions concerning the changes, come to the next General Membership Meeting.
The By Laws Committee members are now taking suggested changes, revisions and/or additions for review to update the current Club By Laws. As per Article XII of the By Laws, any member in good standing may submit amendments to the By Laws in writing to the secretary. The proposal will include the article to be amended, the current verbatim language to be amended, the proposed language, the reason for the proposed change, the date submitted and the members name and signature.
To accelerate the process, amendments may be submitted using our by laws submission form.
Time is of the essence, so I urge you to submit your changes as quickly as practical.
Sergeant at Arms and
Chairman By Laws Committee