Saturday, April 18 – NSCA Registered 5-Stand Shoot
Opens at 9:00AM. Lunch will be available. Check http://www.MIClays.com for more info about side games and sub-gauge events. Another will be held Saturday, July 18.
Sunday, April 26 – FRCC Trap Protection and Calcutta Shoots Resume
Clup opens at 9:00AM. Protections start shortly after. Sign up for Calcutta shoot’s by noon. Lunch will be available. Events are held 4th Sunday of the month thru November.
Saturday, May 16 – Taste of Italy
Italian food at it’s best. Social hour at 5:00PM. Dinner at 6:00PM.
Saturday, July 26 – Flat River Clean Up
Ongoing – Concealed Carry Classes
Held 2nd Saturday of each month. $45 for members. A 1-day class. Maximum of 12 students. Classes fill up fast so don’t wait until the last minute for a certain date. Click here for the CPL Course Application
Ongoing – Montcalm Community College Class “Learn to Shoot Trap and Skeet”
Apply through the college.
Call Ron Carlton (616-754-6066) for more info
–Shotgun Range Hours–
The class required to obtain a Concealed Pistol License (CPL) so that you may carry a concealed weapon (CCW). Classes are generally offered on the 2nd Saturday of each month, check for availability on specific dates. Cost: members $45 – non members $ 65. Class size is limited. Pre register by calling Ron Carlton at (616) 754-6066 or submit forms (online at flatriver.org) and deposit.
Also, check out the First Steps Pistol Class (it is not a CPL course, but can help you prepare)
First Steps Pistol Application
You are encouraged to bring your gun, unloaded and in a case, as well as separately stored ammunition. If you are not bringing a handgun, then bring .22 Long Rifle ammunition. Twenty-five rounds should be more than adequate.
Space is limited for each class.
Classes go from 9:00 a.m. to about 1:00 p.m. in the Club House on the east side of M91.
Flat River Conservation Club, Inc. is a member operated club whose purpose is to promote responsible firearms use and ownership and to establish and maintain sport shooting programs and ranges and to promote and advance the cause of conservation of our natural resources, that is the mineral, water, soil, air, forest, fish, game and wildlife resources for the benefit of present and future generations.
Memberships are available to those persons who support the above purposes and are over the age of eighteen years.
Facilities Open to Members and Public:
- 50/100 target Sporting Clays
- Lighted 5 Stand, Skeet, Trap and Wobble Trap
The club also offers to members and the public:
- CCW/CPL classes (CPL Course Application)
- First Steps Pistol classes
- Hunter Safety
- Private group outings on the shotgun range
- Hall Rental
- Various shooting events: i.e. Registered Sporting Clays, Protection/Blind Draw Calcutta’s
- Indoor pistol range operated in the winter
- .22 caliber Steel Plate shooting, Paintball Shoots, Egg Shoots
- Military Rifle Shoots, the Flat River Classic S x S shoot.
Members have access to the 7, 25, 50, 100, and 200 yard rifle ranges.
- Civilian Marksmanship Program
- Michigan United Conservation Clubs
- National Rifle Association
- National Sporting Clays Association
- National Shooting Sports Foundation
- Scholastic Clay Target Program – Skeet
We are located 8 miles North of Greenville, Michigan on Highway M – 91
You may reach us at: FlatRiverCons.Club@hotmail.com
PO Box 424
Greenville, MI 48838
phone at ( 616 ) 754-9855