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.
A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
PITA Winter Multiplex Trap Shoots:Apr 8th, 2023
PITA “Pig” Trapshoot Apr. 14, 15 & 16, 2023
PITA “Piglet” Trapshoot July 14,15 & 16, 2023
PITA Fall Classic Trap shoot Sept 2-4, 2023
Gun & Knife Show: Sept 16 & 17, 2023 Douglas Co. Fairgrounds. Roseburg, OR. See calendar for details.
Junior Rifle Program starts Oct. 3rd. Contact and details on Calendar.
Black Powder Shoots every Tuesday 11AM on the Rifle Range.
Rimfire Match – 1st Sunday each month. 8 AM
Trap every Wednesday from 3pm – 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
With the recent passage of Oregon Measure 114, the club is currently considering the impact it is going to have on our club and Gun Shows.
It has been a month since the last update. The current status of BM114 has not changed in that time. BM114 is still on hold from the order from the Harney court. State trial has had dates set in the last week. They sequence well with the federal trial dates.
June 5-9 Federal Trial
June 16 State preliminary hearing
Sept 18-25 State Trial
For certain, either way the decision goes we expect there will be appeals.. There are several bills in the Oregon Legislature trying to fix parts of BM114. These bills are attempting to further restrict or infringe your gun rights. Let your legislators know they should not be spending their time trying to fix BM114 while both the state and federal courts are working to resolve the issues.