Welcome to The Roseburg Rod & Gun Club Website

Established in 1910, The Roseburg Rod & Gun Club is the premier sport shooting complex in Douglas County , OR. A private family-oriented, non-profit organization supports both community and corporate events, while providing members with a wide variety of indoor and outdoor facilities the whole family can enjoy.



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PITA Fall Multiplex Trap Shoot: Dec. 9, 2023

Annual Turkey Trap Shoot – Nov. 18, 2023. Check calendar for details

Annual Club Christmas Party – Dec. 17, 2023 4 pm. Check calendar for details.

Winter League – Starts Jan. 7, 2024. Check Calendar for details.

2024 Gun & Knife Show – Feb 17 & 18th, 2024. Douglas Co. Fairgrounds, Roseburg, OR. Check calendar for details

Black Powder Shoots every Tuesday 11AM on the Rifle Range.

Rimfire Match – 1st Sunday each month. 8 AM

Trap every Wednesday from 4 pm – 6 pm.

5 Stand every Saturday from 9 AM – Noon and Wednesday’s 3-6 PM

Benchrest Match –  3rd Sunday  8 AM – 11 AM

Rifle Range is open Saturdays & Sundays 11 – 4 pm.

Mixed Steel Practice every third Saturday 9 AM – 12:00 – Check calendar of details

USPSA  Center Fire Second Sunday each month starting at 9 AM.

Cowboy Action 4th Sun. every month – 8am – 2pm

Defensive Pistol 1st Sat every month: Apr thru Oct 8am -2pm

Latest New

• US District Court Judge for the District of Oregon Karin Immergut ruled on Friday that Oregon Ballot Measure 114 (BM 114), which restricts large-capacity magazines (LCMs) and requires permits before purchasing a firearm, is constitutional.

• Judge Immergut ruled that the Second Amendment does not protect LCMs, which BM 114 defines as magazines capable of firing 11 or more rounds without reloading. She found that BM 114’s restrictions are “consistent with the Nation’s history and tradition of firearm regulation.” Additionally, Judge Immergut ruled that BM 114’s restrictions are not an unconstitutional taking, are not unconstitutionally retroactive and are not unconstitutionally vague.