Ladies Beginner Pistol Class

This is a beginning basic handgun safety and live fire class. Over four weeks we will take you from having never touched a gun before to comfortable around most pistols. This is a must for ladies where there is a gun in the home and you are uncomfortable around it or if you always wanted to shoot but did not know where to start.

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Hunter Education

Hunter Education teaches youth and adults basic requirements for hunting in the State of Oregon, and satisfies the required certification for other states as well. Any age and experience level is welcome. The course includes safe firearm handling, knowledge of how firearms operate, proper maintenance, outdoor ethics and conservation practices. Classes are taught by ODFW (Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife) Certified instructors.

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For further information contact contact Bill Hendrix at 503 539-0289 or via email. Additional information is also available at the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife website.

Service Rifle Program (Formerly CMP)

Our service rifle program is geared along the lines of the Civilian Marksmanship Program using military service rifles (primarily the M1 Garand) with frequent practices, clinics, and matches.
Several classes and matches are scheduled through out the year. M1 Garand rifles (30-06 caliber) are available for use during the class as well as AR-15 rifles (.223 caliber) for junior participants. Club Garands and ammo are available to new shooters wishing to learn and participate in a service rifle match.

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Reloading Class

DRRC reloading classes can cover the very basics of reloading for those with little to no experience with reloading to advanced classes for those interested is serious competitive shooting.

We offer a Beginners Basic Reloading Class about once a quarter. This class is for those with little to no experience reloading. We will be cover equipment needs, reloading components, the steps to reload safely and some basic instruction on how to work up a load for better accuracy. The cost for the class is $15.00 for DRRC members and $20.00 for non members. We typically have a very nice door price that each paid participant will have a chance to win. The class is limited to 20 participants.

An email will be sent to all persons on our email list when classes open up for registration. If you are not on our email list get on our email list via our website at Questions can be directed to Charlie at