Save The Date!
Our Team is hosting a spaghetti dinner/silent auction on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Check out our fundraising page (here) for additional information.
2017 Feed My Starving Children
On Thursday, February 9, 2017 our team helped pack food with Feed My Starving Children. Click here for the complete results of our efforts!
Check out the article from Sun ThisWeek here. A great read and some pretty great pictures of members of our team!
The Team has Shooter’s Choice gun cleaning products available as well as Shamrock Leathers shooting accessories available for sale. Please check out our Merchandise page for additional information!
REMINDER ABOUT AMMUNITION: Proper ammunition is a must. Only factory ammunition, size 2¾” long, 7½, 8 and 9 lead shot shells are allowed.
Ammunition that cannot be used:
- Reloaded cartridges.
- Any load other than lead shot.
- Tracers, copper and nickel coated shot.
- Any load heavier than 3 dram equivalent of powder.
If you have questions about your ammunition, please see a coach for assistance. All ammunition purchased through the Team is approved ammunition.
Twin Cities Live TV Program – See the show segment here. Twin Cities Live
Please read the MSHSCTL Press Release: Minnesota’s Fastest-Growing and Safest Sport
Home Gun Club
Minneapolis Gun Club (MGC) – Prior Lake www.mplsgunclub.com located at 20006 Judicial Road Prior Lake, MN 55372; Phone 952-469-4386; Mark Cameron – Manager. Please honor speed limits on Judicial Road. Food will available for purchase at MGC during our Monday evening range times.
We have adopted the MN State High School Clay Target League’s (MSHSCTL) mission to “Emphasize the positive influence shooting sports can have on an individual’s life by promoting the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, teamwork and ethical behavior through a virtual shooting league for high schools.”
Our student athletes can learn and demonstrate their skills of shotgun shooting in a game of movement, action, and split-second timing requiring accuracy and skill to repeatedly break a 4.25” clay disc being hurled at 42 mph from a trap house.