Pictured is a custom knife built by David Pitt that will be part of our end of year raffle.
NOTE: You must be present to win this knife!
Tickets are now available through club board members and officers.
FOUND AT RANGE
It’s your responsibility as a member that you and your guests know all of the range rules before shooting. Please review the range rules, posted at the range, and make sure that you and your guests understand and follow them.
We have had an exorbitant amount of rule breaking lately and this CAN NOT continue to happen. This includes match events and non match events.
If you are unclear of the procedures, or have questions, please attend our general club meeting, on the first Wednesday of the month, 6:30pm, at the Red Bluff Elks Lodge
Welcome to Tehama Shooters Association
NOTICE: Special Range Restrictions – Please see Blog post on Fire restrictions.
Thanks for dropping by and have a look around. Our club is located a short driving distance from the Cities of Red Bluff, Redding and Shingletown. We are a private membership club serving several hundred shooters from local Northern California communities. Our facility supports several different shooting disciplines, Trap, Skeet, Rimfire, Pistol, and Centerfire.
Service Rifle and Pistol – Our popular Service Rifle matches are held the first Saturday of every month where you can test your skills at various yardages with your military style rifle and iron sights.
The American Rimfire Association (A.R.A.) – Precision .22 rimfire is the name of the game for those who like to get the highest score possible and be ranked state and nationally. Anyone can participate on the Rimfire Range a few times a year. Some of these shooters travel across the country to compete and are ranked in their association across the United States.
Trap & Skeet – Many members enjoy the trap or Skeet competition several times during each month.
Benchrest – This is where precision shooting tests your skills shooting for highest score and smallest group size. Rifles used are bolt-action rifles seated on a sturdy front rest and a separate rear bag. The yardage is 600 and 1,000 yards.
Youth shooting sports programs – Tehama Shooters Association supports our young shooters with their efforts of learning firearm safety and sportsmanship with others. Some youth groups include 4-H Shooting Sports, ClayBusters and Young Marines.
Steel Silhouette – Several of our members like to shoot small-bore silhouette targets.
Fun for the family – The range is open to members and their families to enjoy a fun day of shooting. Members are allowed to bring one guest with them to shoot on any day the range is open.
Non-Members – Shooters that are not members of Tehama Shooters Association may visit the range only on days of a scheduled event to watch or participate. Certain rules apply. Some events are not open to non-members. Check with match directors of the event for further details.
Range Hours – The range open to members Wednesday through Sunday and is CLOSED Monday and Tuesday. Events have preference over casual shooting so please check the event schedule before heading out to the range.
Tehama Shooters Association Range Facility