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The club currently features a 16 lane 100yd rifle range. Targets can be placed at 25yd, 50yd and 100yds. Multiple events and leagues are held throughout the year which is a fun way to enjoy the shooting sports making new friends and spending time with likeminded people. This range is paper targets only. All events and leagues are open to the public.
April-September, Tuesday 6pm
All shoots are open to any gun which shoots Black Powder or Black Powder Substitute, with or without scopes. We also invite anyone else to shoot with us. NMLRA rules will be followed unless stated otherwise. Regular weekly shotgun and line matches will be scored on a handicapped basis.
CHAIRMAN: Greg Menard 989.781.9332
April-May, Saturday 8am
In this program students will learn: GUN SAFETY, Proper Shooting Techniques
Each student is asked to furnish his or her own .22 cal. rifle., however the club does have a few rifles available for use by those students who do not have their own.
Students will need eye and ear protection and these items are available at the club for those who don’t have their own. There is no charge for shooting and includes targets and ammunition. Students must be 10 or older.
This is a fantastic opportunity for students to learn to handle a gun safely or improve their target and/or hunting skills. Our participants have always enjoyed themselves and made new friends
The club currently has a 25yd range with fixed target stands at the berm, you are welcome to move up closer to any distance you would feel comfortable shooting from. The 25yd and 10yd ranges both offer a covered shooting pavilion to ensure all your gear stays dry, if your tough enough to shoot in snow and rain. The 10yd range is located down a short walking path from the parking area. Targets stands are available for use and can be moved to any distance you would like to shoot from. Both ranges are paper targets only
April-October, Thursday 5:30pm
Come out and practice your defensive action shooting skills. Will be using pistol, rifle and shotgun on occasion and what to bring will be shared the week prior. Some scenario-based situations as well as skills test. A great idea for CPL/CCW holder, for general weapons handling and familiarity. Also, very fun and sometimes expensive when you try out your friends’ new gun and you just must have one to.
May-August, Monday 5pm
Accurate shooting at bullseye.
Saginaw Field & Stream Club has a skeet field, a combination skeet/trap field, 2 trap fields and an International/wobble trap field.
All Year Long
The trap and skeet fields are open to the public on the following days and times: Tuesday 3 PM to 7 PM | Saturday 9 AM to 2 PM. Skeet is also opened on Thursday at 2:30pm. The fields may be closed earlier than the posted quitting times if we lack shooters. It is suggested that you arrive early in the session or call ahead to see if the fields are still open. Special arrangements can be made for beginners, or large groups.
The Saginaw Field and Stream Conservation Club sponsors a youth shotgun program each year at the Saginaw Field and Stream Club grounds located at 1296 N Gleaner Rd.
In this program students will learn: GUN SAFETY, the sport of trap and/or skeet, Shotgun shooting techniques.
We will meet on Tuesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. beginning in May.
Students will be permitted to shoot two rounds of either trap or skeet, or one round of each.
Each student is asked to furnish his or her own shotgun. (preferably 12 gauge or 20 gauge as we only have 12- or 20-gauge ammunition), however the club does have a few shotguns available for use by those students who do not have their own.
Students will need eye and ear protection and these items are available at the club for those who don’t have their own. There is no charge for one round of shooting and includes targets and ammunition. Additional rounds will be charged at the cost for shells. Students must be 10 or older.
This is a fantastic opportunity for students to learn to handle a gun safely or improve their target and/or hunting skills. Our participants have always enjoyed themselves and made new friends. Some have gone on to compete at state and national levels, winning trophies and even scholarships.
Follow this link to see some photos and read about past participants.
The club also has a hand throwing field located to right as you come through the main gate. This is open during shooting hours posted in the DNR hunting guide.
Bring your own clay throwing device and practice at your convenience. Patterning board is for size 7 ½ and smaller shot only.
Turkey loads and buck shot will be used on either the 100yd or the 25yd ranges.