Arrowhead Gun Club

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A few people with a desire to have a place to enjoy fellowship and enjoy the sport of shooting skeet, rifle, trap, pistol and other activities founded the Arrowhead Gun Club in 1972.  We have grown from a small one room, two skeet field club to a 10,000 square foot clubhouse, complete with a commercial kitchen and a fireplace unmatched by few.  

 We have 13 of the finest skeet fields anywhere, two trap fields, a 200-yard rifle range, and a 100-yard pistol range.There are camping hookups for approximately 40 campers.  Our members constructed the activity areas and much of the clubhouse. Arrowhead Gun Club is dependent upon its members to volunteer so we can maintain and improve our beautiful facility.  

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2020 Youth Day Postponed

At this moment a new date has not been set.

Volunteers are needed to support the club.  Members, if you are able to volunteer your time please contact us @

We are also looking for possible technicians who are able to provide maintenance on Winchester and/or Superstar machines.  If you think you might be able to provide this service, please contact us at

Construction Nears Completion

2nd Annual Reversed Raffle

The 2nd Annual Reverse Raffle will now be held at AH on Sat., June 27th with doors opening at 5 P.M. Grand Prize is $5,000 Cash. We know with the quarantine, you'll be ready for a fun night out!

Annual Firecracker Skeet Shoot

July 10-12

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For the upcoming Firecracker 400 being held July 10-12, 2020, the 12 ga and 20 ga target fees for all Junior and Sub-Junior competitors have been donated in memory of the late Milton Mills. The Mills’ family has also included $600 in added money to be split $100 to the concurrent champ and $50 to the runner up in both Junior and Sub-Junior 12 and 20 events. Free targets and $600 in added money, there’s no reason not to bring your 4H, SCTP or youth shooter out for a great time!


Several members have questioned whether the club is open for business. With the clarification from the Governor, the answer is absolutely. There are several guidelines however that we must adhere. First, your group should have no more than 10 people. Secondly, if there are several groups of people shooting, you must follow the proper social distancing guidelines. Finally, the clubhouse is only to be used to sign-in, pay for targets, sign-out, and restroom purposes. We hope that you take this opportunity to enjoy the spring weather and shoot a few rounds. 

Since our last newsletter, Jack and Stuart have continued the work on the wobble/5-stand construction. They've added a rear over-hang on both sides and a beautiful tin roof. Currently, they are working on the ceiling above the front porch. The machine is operational and they along with Charles and Mattison Russell, have been distracted by shooting a few rounds when they should be working!

Arrowhead Clubhouse Gets a Facelift
Arrowhead contracted Rex Price Jr. to give the clubhouse a facelift. At the moment they have stripped the old siding and replaced some of the windows. Three sides have been prepped for the metal siding. Already, the difference is amazing. If you are out for a drive during this unsettled time, drive through and look at all the progress being made at Arrowhead Gun Club.