Next Safety Orientation class:  Wed. Oct. 11th 7pm
  Please RSVP if you plan on attending.


November 4th – November 17th,  9am – 3pm

Open to the public.

Is that scope or sights right on?

Come out to Van Dyne Sportsmans Club to sight-in your hunting gun.  Make sure you don’t miss that buck of a life time or that big doe for the freezer.

We offer covered shooting benches at 25, 50 and 100 yards, a heated range house and knowledgeable Range Officers to help you sight in your gun.

$5/per gun

Notice: VDSC Members & Sight-In-Days

Members need to get out to the rifle range BEFORE “Sight-In-Days” (Sat. Nov. 4th) to sighted-in their guns.

Once “Sight-In-Days” starts members will be required to pay $5 per gun same as the general public.

The Gong Show comes to VDSC

A gong has been set-up at the 200 yard berm for your shooting pleasure.  For safety reasons the gong is only to be shot at from benches 15, 16, 17 & 18.  Calibers are limited to 338 Magmun and below.


Lake-Fly Shoot

200 Yard Rifle Challenge

Can you hit a Lake Fly at 200 yards?
Congratulations to Mark Greise and Steve Owen
Our first Lake Fly shoot was a fun morning.  Two shooters were up to the task and are founding members of the “I shot a lake fly at 200 yds” Club.  Mark Greise was the first shooter to bring down a lake fly and Steve Owen getting one later in the morning with an almost perfect first shot on target.
Dates for future shoots to be announced

See Details in “Club News”

Scheduled concrete work was completed. 

The main sidewalks to Traps 2,3&4 have been widened for improved accessibility.  Concrete pads were poured for all the scoring chairs.  And, three light base foundations for the 5-Stand area were put in.
A huge thank you to all the guys who showed up to complete this work:

Pat Mann, Jim Patt, Warren Schneider, Dan Rosenmeier, Keven Boeck, Todd Wrage, George Borchert, David Jensema, Steve Berholtz, Gary Schumacher, Brian Zeffern, Jim Cole, Scott Baier, Bill Wesenberg, Bill Kies, Carl Henke.

Apologizes in advance for names misspelled or if omitted.  These guys put in a good days work.  Thank you again.

And let’s not forgot Brad Lind and John Bork.  Thank you, for the use of their wheel barrels.

The 2018 membership renewal and new membership form is now available!

You may mail in the form or stop by when the club house is open.
(Please check the calendar for available dates)

Follow this link to print or download: 2018 Membership Application

Thank you for being a member!

Note: The $20 fee for late renewals has been waived.  If you were a member last year you can renew your membership anytime.

Membership dues are;
$40 per year. (Family membership cover spouse and any children under 18.)
Annual Range Pass $25 or Daily Range Pass $3 (required for range use)
Non-Volunteer Fee $30
Memberships are valid Jan 1st until Dec 31st each year.

All new members are required to attend one of the clubs Safety-Orientation class prior to being admitted to the clubs grounds. Once the class is completed you will be issued Security codes and membership ID’s. New members only have to take the class once.

Next Safety Orientation class:  Wed. Oct. 11th 7pm
  Please RSVP if you plan on attending.

Monthly Member’s Mtg. – 4th Wednesday of Each Month, January – October, 7:00pm.The January meeting awards are presented to League Teams



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