Whether you are a competitive shooter or not, I dare you not to have fun while shooting in an El Dorado Gun Club United States Practical Shooting Association match (A.K.A. USPSA). These matches will test every part of your shooting ability, and ultimately make you a better all-around shooter. If you are new to the sport, then the place to start will be the Intro to USPSA and Training course where you will learn the ins-and-outs of the events. Matches occur the first Saturday of every month and intro courses will be listed on the club calendar. Hope to see you there!
Please reach out to Dave ((530) 409-8134) or Sandra ((530) 409-7076) for more information.
The El Dorado Gun Club is an all volunteer organization. All of our Range Safety Officers volunteer their time and knowledge in support of the club.
Range hours differ from day to day so you must view the club calendar to see the hours of operation for the day you are interested in.
Law Enforcement only days at the rifle and pistol range are every Tuesday, two Wednesday’s and two Monday's a month.
At this time we do not have rental firearms. Ammunition sales are only available at the trap range. You must supply your own firearms and ammunition at the Rifle / Pistol range.
Did you know our hours have changed for summer? New hours are 8am – 11am. Be sure to check the calendar before you go, and I hope to see you there.
Annual Summer Picnic
Great food, fun people, and raffle prizes; NEED I SAY MORE? Come enjoy a fun picnic with the El Dorado Gun Club at High Hill Ranch in beautiful Camino on Sunday, August 18th at high noon. Entrance is $10 per person, and please remember to bring the appropriate dish; Names beginning with A-L, please bring Salad, and names beginning with M-Z, please bring a desert. Take a look at our flyer for more info, and we hope to see you there!
Our next General Meeting is Monday, August 12, 2019 at Colina De Oro / 694 Pleasant Valley Rd., Suite 1, Diamond Springs. Beginning at 5pm in the Banquet Room of the restaurant. (Our General Meetings are held the second Monday of each month and lasts approximately 2 hours.) If you are interested in finding out what the club is about and/or joining, please join us at the above time and location.
Environmental Trust Account
The El Dorado Gun Club has establishing a trust account: “Environmental Trust” account in the amount of $10,000. There is an organization out there that is looking to close down gun clubs in California. In an effort to be pro-active, the officers and Board of Directors have retained a lawyer that has been dealing with this sort of investigation. We are working closely with NRA representatives, lawyers and Environmental Specialists to do whatever we need to do to keep our gun club open and free of potential closure. Your donation of $5, $10, $15 or $20 can be a huge help to keep our club open. Thank you!
All of you Little Women of LA fans make sure to check out Season 8, Episode 3 to see our Chief Range Safety Officer Pamela Nessenson show Jasmine, Tonya, Terra, and Mika how to shoot proper groups at the El Dorado Gun Club! This episode was aired by the Lifetime channel on April 18, 2019, and can still be viewed online with a cable subscription.
To all who showed up to this past PLINK outing, the El Dorado Gun Club thanks you! Not only did you removed 8 cubic yards of trash and numerous hunks of bullet riddled metal to insure that law abiding shooters continue to have this public area available to enjoy; you did it with style!! Although gun safety and shot placement are of the utmost importance, style is also important to EDGC - and on that day, you had it in spades. Bravo men, bravo.
Welcome to the El Dorado Gun Club website.
WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER
Our website and newsletter (eBlast) is currently being monitored by Harvey Edwards. Any questions regarding the website or newsletter can be emailed to email@example.com
The club’s calendar is currently being monitored by David Longcor. If you have any questions regarding the calendar please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Directors have established three committees. The chair will pick members to fill out the committee.
1. Range Safety Officer Committee: This committee will handle all issues relating to the RSO's. The committee chair has been selected, Pam Nesseson
2. Maintenance Group: This group will handle issues with range maintenance. Items include clean up and conex box storage clean up. Group
leader is Jim Peet
3. Construction Committee: This committee will handle issues with range construction and repair. Items include repair sheds and new construction.
Group leader is Dave Longcor.