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Public Sight-In Days

IRPC believes SAFETY is of the utmost importance. Every November, prior to the opening of WI Deer "Rifle" Season, IRPC holds their "Public Sight-In Days" allowing members AND non-members the opportunity to sight-in their rifles.


Range personnel will be present to oversee safety and provide assistance to shooters. We have 12 firing positions with 8 of them under a roof. All targets will be provided as well as earplugs, use of spotting scopes and sandbags. While you are here sighting in your deer rifle, enjoy some hot coffee with us and the warmth of a wood burning fire.


(PLEASE NOTE: During our sight-in days, we will be utilizing the 100-yard Range and the Large Pistol Range. All other ranges are available for use by members.)

Public Sight In Days Review - 2020


Weather was inconsistent and we had 30% of normal crowd. Thanks to our members who came to help shooters! Did a great job welcoming shooters- dealing with varying circumstances- loose scopes, worn out barrels, normal adjustments, helping new shooters and verifying for long time shooters.


We also want to thank our target suppliers: Spooner General Outlet, Yellow River Trading Co, Sportsmen's Headquarters, Whitetails Unlimited, SCI, and Triple A Sports.


Also thanks to our gun suppliers: Yellow River Trading Co-Buffalo room, Bunkies Gun & Repair, and Triple A Sports, plus Bob Kinderman for his signed children's book 'Opening Day' for the raffle prizes and to shooters who bought raffle tickets.


We had 7 winners: Mark Lindquist, Jim Dohm, Kolton Louters, Thomas Cook, Jim Nordquist, Dan Martin and Kevin Moreau. Kevin got the autographed children's book donated by Bob Kinderman- Opening Day. Great book for some young reader to enjoy!

2020 SIGHT-IN AT IRPC

The tradition of hunting and gun safety is strong in our area, and both were carried on Saturday at the Indianhead Rifle & Pistol Club shooting range as young hunters gathered with older hunters to site-in their rifles for the opening of the Wisconsin gun deer hunt on Nov. 21. Among the kids on hand was Brody Garrett, 13, of Trego, who will enjoy his very first deer hunt next Saturday. 


2021 Hunters can sight-in at the IRPC Nov. 13 & 14, and 17-19, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. all 5 days.

 Please note - the range will be closed opening weekend Nov. 20 & 21.

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