Practice Your Aim and Safety

Ranges

IRPC offers a variety of ranges for your shooting activity. Whether you are looking for a little target practice or some friendly competition, IRPC offers it all. Click the links below to see a map showing where the range is located and to get more detailed information about each range. There is map of the range at the bottom of this page as well.

.22 Range

Our .22 range is for exclusive use of .22 caliber weapons ONLY. Like our other ranges, the .22 Range is equipped with shooing benches and a variety of metal gongs.


ALL shooters must stay a MINIMUM of 25 yards from all targets. All of our pistol and rifle ranges have specific information posted regarding caliber size limits and minimum shooting distances. Please read and follow posted rules.

100 Yard Rifle Range

Our 100 Yard Range is equipped with 12 stations and benches (8 covered and 4 open). The range has additional berms on the West side for 25-yard and 50-yard sight-in. There are a variety of targets to shoot on the 100 yard range, including metal gongs.


PLEASE - No shotguns on wooden target boards.


During our May 2018 Meeting funds were allocated to accommodate our disabled members and/or guests (including wheelchair parking and shooting station). Every November prior to WI Deer Rifle season, we hold "Public Sight-in Days." Exact schedule can be found under our Events section or on our Range Schedule available on the forms page.

Archery Range

Our Archery Range has multiple shooting stations with targets ranging from 10 yards to 60 yards. The grass is well groomed and cut short and each target has been equipped with rubber back-ups on each side to help reduce arrow loss.


We have a raised platform for bowmen to sight their bows for tree stand and downhill situations (or just for fun).


Archery is one of the most popular stations during our annual "Family Days" which takes place every August. We have 2 Ranges set-up during Family Days (Adult and Child). Both of our Archery Ranges have had upgrades with improved 3D targets.


We are in the process of developing a walk-through 3D Range and hope to host 3D shoots in the near future. Anyone interested in helping with this project is encouraged to contact us via email ([email protected]) or by calling (715-416-3054).


In Addition, IRPC also participates in the Annual Archery Event with 4-H at Hunt Hill.


Be sure to watch our Events page for updates.

Auxiliary Range

The Auxiliary Range has shooting stations positioned at 100/200/300 yards. Range use is available to members during open hours and is used as a back-up for our 100 yard range during Trap/Skeet league shoots (including over crowding or special events).


PLEASE - No shotguns or pistols.

We also have a 400/500/600 yard shooting stations; HOWEVER, it’s use is for experienced marksmen ONLY. Permission must be obtained prior to use.


All of our pistol and rifle ranges have specific information posted regarding caliber size limits and minimum shooting distances. Please read and follow posted rules.

Large Pistol Range

IRPC’s Large Pistol Range is for ALL pistols greater than .22 caliber. Like our .22 range, the Large Pistol Range is also equipped with shooing benches and a variety of metal gongs. ALL shooters must stay a MINIMUM of 25 yards from all targets.


Each year, our club members work together to develop new shoots and events. Items for discussion have been a 3 gun shoot, conceal and carry practice shoot, women’s shooting clinic, etc. As a result of these discussions and member input, IRPC as added Conceal and Carry classes and Women's Shooting Clinic as regular events to our schedule.


All of our pistol and rifle ranges have specific information posted regarding caliber size limits and minimum shooting distances. Please read and follow posted rules.


Please check our Events section for updates and new events or download our schedule on the forms page.

Law Enforcement Range

Our Law Enforcement Range is exclusively dedicated to Law Enforcement Officers. It is bermmed on 3 sides for safety which offers law enforcement the opportunity to practice and improve on a variety of shooting situations.


This range is not available for member/guest use WITHOUT club permission.

Skeet and Trap Range

Skeet and Trap shooting is very popular at IRPC. We have Trap League that begins in May and runs through October each year. During our league shoots (on Wednesday beginning at 3:00 p.m.), we utilize our 100-yard Rifle Range and members wishing to shoot rifles during this time may use the Auxiliary Range. We also have a Practice Trap Range located at the extreme West end of the property.


IRPC proudly supports Spooner and Shell Lake High School Trap Teams. In addition to their weekly trap shoots, many of the students participate in local and national trap shoots.


In addition to our own league activities, our members participate in and represent IRPC at many other surrounding community events. Be sure to check our Events page for updates.

Practice Trap Range

Our Practice Trap Range is located at the extreme west end of the property. It is equipped with a permanently mounted manual target thrower that is fully functional and available for member use on a first come, first served basis.


PLEASE – use target loads ONLY. Use of high velocity or large shot hunting loads is not allowed at any time - use target loads ONLY. When finished shooting, and to ensure the practice trap remains in good working order for others, please DO NOT leave trap in a cocked position.