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It is with great sadness that the Club says goodbye to long time member and former KGC President Danny Boucher. Our deepest and sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this time of great loss.

His impact on the Club and on everyone who knew him will be felt for years to come.....he will be missed.

(Obituary courtesy of The Fresno Bee)

RIP Danny Boucher

Please note that because Easter Sunday falls on the first weekend of the month, the April Registered Shoot has been cancelled (as well as the regularly scheduled open practice hours that Sunday). We apologize for any inconvenience, but we hope that everyone enjoys their Holiday weekend and are able to spend time with their friends and family during that time.

We hope to see you back out at the Club the following Sunday for practice rounds, and of course, at the May Registered Shoot.

The warmer weather means that the Spring League is on its way!!

All of the relevant dates and information are now available on the "Spring League" tab above. Don't forget that sign ups are on a first come, first serve basis with only full squads eligible to sign up on the first sign up night, so get your squad members organized now so you don't miss out!

(Sign up sheets will be available at the Club only, not online.)

Many of you have been inquiring regarding camping spaces for the Youth Shoot and State Shoot coming up in June. The latest information from the Camping Chairperson is now available on the "California State Shoot Information" tab at the top of the page.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

Have you heard that we now have a Facebook page for the Gun Club? There you can get brief updates on Club events and get notifications when new information goes up on the website.

Let's see how many fans we can get!



2014 Officers:

Jay Wright, President

(Picture Coming Soon)

Vice President - Jay Wright

President - Jay Wright
Vice President - Karl Alger

Harriet Satterberg, Secretary

Robert Terry, Treasurer
Secretary - Harriet Satterberg
Treasurer - Robert Terry

2013 Board of Directors:

Kurt Berry
Bill Hammerstrom
Kurt Berry
Bill Hammerstrom

Scot Hopson

(Picture Coming Soon)Bill Hammerstrom
Scot Hopson
Chuck Patterson

Jim Terry

Jim Terry
Don Tatti
Jim Terry

Brian Wright

Brian Wright

2014 Committee Chairs:

Boating - Don Tatti

Bookings - Tammy Hopson

Clubhouse - Mike Smith

Grounds - Brad Jones

Membership - Don McCarthy

Membership Review - Don Harden

Newsletter - Misty Sweeney

Purchasing - Mike Smith

Clubhouse Rentals:

The Kingsburg Gun Club clubhouse is available to rent by non-club members and organizations for private parties, reunions, weddings and other functions. 

The clubhouse is in a serene location, nestled among oak trees next to the Kings River. The facility's main floor has a seating capacity of 220.  The clubhouse has a large fireplace, very spacious kitchen, ample parking and a large patio.

The clubhouse rents for $2000.00 plus a $500.00 deposit which is refundable if the grounds are left in the same condition as when you arrived.

If you have any question regarding the clubhouse or availability please feel free to contact us and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

To see more pictures of the clubhouse, click the picture below:

Clubhouse Exterior


From CA-99 just South of Kingsburg
Google Map
Take exit 109 heading East toward Avenue 384 / Woodlake
0.2 mi
Turn left toward Diagonal 27
453 ft
Turn right at Diagonal 27
0.2 mi
Continue onto Ave 384
0.2 mi
Turn left at Rd 28
0.5 mi
Take the 1st left onto Ave 388
0.5 mi
Take the 1st right onto Rd 24
0.3 mi
Turn left at Gilbert Dr
203 ft

Public Hours of Operation:

Sunday - Open at 10 am

Tuesday - Open at 5 pm

Closing hours to be determined by members based on attendance - times may vary.

Hours subject to change without notice.

Calendar of Events



March Registered Shoot


To Download the March Registered Shoot Program, click here for the Word Doc or PDF

Previous Shoot Programs:

Labor Day '14 - Word Document or PDF Format

May '14 - Word Document or PDF Format

April '14 - Word Document or PDF Format




2015 Spring League Information


To download this flyer to print out, click here for Word Doc or PDF file.

All sign up sheets must be picked up in person at the club.



2014 Events

Make A Difference Outdoors Dinner and Auction

(A pdf version of this flier may be downloaded by clicking on the picture.)

Friends of the Center Shoot

(A pdf version of this flier may be downloaded by clicking on the picture.)

2013 Events

Friends of the Center Shoot

(A pdf version of this flier may be downloaded by clicking on the picture.)

Cancer Volunteers/Childrens' Hospital Dinner and Auction

(A pdf version of this flier may be downloaded by clicking on the picture.)

NRA Dinner Letter -NRA Dinner Form - NRA Dinner Packages

(Each of the above items can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking on the actual picture.)

Deer Association Fundraiser

Click here to download your own copy of the flier in PDF format



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Interested in becoming a member?

The Kingsburg Gun Club bylaws currently limit the number of active, paid memberships at 150 members.   It is common for a waiting list of prospective members to be in place when a membership becomes available.
Prospective members must be sponsored by an existing member and complete an application for membership.  Upon acceptance as a member of KGC an initiation fee and the dues for the current calendar year are due and payable.  

The first year of membership is considered a probationary year and the new member will be expected to fulfill the requirements of membership as outlined in the bylaws.
If a prospective member does not personally know any current members for sponsorship they are encouraged to attend and participate in club workdays and events as listed on the club calendar.   Any hours volunteered prior to becoming a member should be logged in the club work binder and will be taken in to consideration when there’s an opening available.

For more specific questions regarding membership, you can email the Membership Chairperson.

Facts about the club and what is available:

  • The club is open to the public/non-members on Tuesday nights beginning at 5pm and on Sunday mornings beginning at 10am for trapshooting practice.
  • The cost to shoot practice for non-members is $4 per round.
  • The club is equipped for trapshooting/shotguns only - there are no rifle or archery ranges available on site.
  • The Clubhouse is available for rental for private parties and events - please click on the "Clubhouse Rental" tab above for more information, including pictures of the facilities.

  • Each year, the club hosts a 6 week long Spring League that is open to the public. For the 2013 league, sign ups will take place on March 19th and 26th, with competition beginning on Tuesday, April 9th. More information and the form for squads to sign up are available on the "Spring League" tab above.
  • The club hosts ATA/CGSTA sponsored events throughout the year. Scheduled shoots are listed on our calendar (click on the "Club Calendar" tab above for the full calendar). Full programs of the events for these shoots will also be posted on the website as soon as they are finalized.
  • Each year in June, the club is the proud host of the California State Shoot.
  • During the California State Shoot, camping sites are available for those coming from out of town who would like to stay on site during the event. As the shoots draws closer, more information will be posted regarding how to make reservations.

If you have other questions regarding the club and what is offered, please contact the webmaster and your questions will be answered as soon as possible.

California Golden State

Trapshooting Association

Shoot ATA
Trap And Field Magazine
Santa Maria Gun Club
Triple B Clays
North Hollywood Sportsman's Club

Oak Tree Gun Club

Other Gun Clubs who would like to be included on this list, please contact the webmaster.The

The 2015 California State Shoot will be taking place June 23rd - 28th

And don't forget the Juniors CYSSA/SCTP/AIM Shoot on June 20th-21st and Pre-State competition taking place on June 22nd.

Vendors wishing to make arrangements for a spot on "Vendor Row" for the 2015 California State Shoot should email DQPLS@hotmail.com for details.

Click here to download the shoot program from the CGSTA website.


Camping is based on a FIRST COME / FIRST SERVE on all sites.  GATES OPEN @ 7:00 AM on JUNE 17th.

Thank you for your interest in this year's shoot.  



2015 Camping Information





Trapshooting Etiquette:

Make sure you understand where your assigned trap field is located. Be sure you are behind the field well in advance of your turn to shoot.

Be ready to shoot when your squad is called, and when it’s your turn to shoot in the squad.

Do not lean over each time to pick a shell out of a box on the ground or to pick up empties. Have your shells where you don’t have to stoop to get them.

Do not raise your gun until the shooter ahead of you fires.

Remain on your post, standing facing the trap quietly, until the fifth person has fired their fifth shot, and then move to the next post. At the end of the round, remain still on your post facing the trap until the last person has fired the last shot. If you are leadoff, do not fire until you have checked and ensured that all members of the squad are on their posts and ready.

Never load your gun before changing positions. When going from post 5 to post 1 turn to the right to avoid bumping guns with the shooter coming from post 4. When moving from post 5 to post 1, always walk behind the other shooters.

Load only one shell at a time, except when shooting doubles. If a delay occurs, remove the shell(s) from the chamber. Close your gun only when you are on the post and facing the trap. Close it only when you are preparing to shoot, and avoid disturbing other shooters when doing so.

Do not allow ejected shells from your gun to hit or annoy other shooters.

Do no unnecessary talking on the line. Keep your voice down when you are around other squads who are shooting.

Time your shooting to establish a rhythm in the squad. Call for your target in a clear voice; do not call in such a loud voice so as to trip the voice release on the adjacent fields. Likewise, do not call with such a quiet voice so that the release does not trip.

Be a sportsman at all times. If you are shooting well, others will be aware of it. You don’t need to brag unnecessarily. By the same token, if you are having a bad day, accept it without complaint or displays of anger.

Observe all safety rules. Ear and eye protection are mandatory. Do not point your gun at another person, even if you think it’s unloaded. Always keep your gun pointed toward the ground or the trap house. Off the firing line keep your action open at all times.

Shooters are almost always happy to have you look at their gun if you ask permission first. Do not pick up another shooter’s gun from the rack and handle it without asking.

Place your shooting bag on the ground. Benches are for bodies.

Read the ATA Rule Book and be familiar with the regulations.

Above all,  HAVE FUN!!!