Welcome to the Gateway Sportsman's Club

The purpose of the Gateway Sportsman’s Club is to promote the proper and safe use of firearms and recreational vehicles.  Further the purpose is to increase good fellowship among sportsmen, and to advance the causes of conservation, hunting and fishing.  The Gateway Sportsman’s Club Inc. operates as a non profit organization.

Our club serves Huron and Tuscola and surrounding counties.  Outdoor shooting range is open to members and their guests for skeet, trap and 5 stand. Indoor pistol and archery range.  Check our web site for upcoming events.  Club facilities are available for rental for parties, etc.

Meetings 7:30 p.m. first Tuesday of each month.  Please join us!

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Bill Kauffold Youth Clay Target Shoot

Friday, Sept 8th     5:00 to 9:00 pm

Free Cost/Youth (10 to 16 years of age)
Includes: One 25 bird round of Skeet, Trap or 5 Stand (Duck Tower) Ammo Included  Food: Hot Dogs & Brats, Chips and Beverages.
Adults or Guardians are encouraged to participate and shoot one FREE 25 bird rounds.
Ammo not provided for Adults or youth over 17 – but we will have 12 & 20 Gauge Shells For Sale
Everybody including adults, bring a gun, you never can get enough practice.

Thanks to local merchants and sportsmen for assisting with this event.

Contact: Dan Reder 989-225-3618
or Tom Eurich 989-977-2370 for any additional info

Youth always shoot FREE Tuesdays at the Gateway!
All Youth Must Be Accompan
ied by an Adult

This class filled quickly. You can search for other classes in your area here: http://www.dnr.state.mi.us/recnsearch/
You may also put your name on a waiting list by calling the instructor. We do not know when the next class will be offered.
Hunter Safety Class
September 30, 2017
8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
This is a home-study course.  You are expected to study and prepare prior to the field day experience.  You must either read the student handbook:  “Today’s Hunter in Michigan”  and complete all Chapter Review exercises on pp 89-92 in advance of the class or complete an on-line hunter safety class and present the completion certificate.  Bring your book to class.  All books will be checked for completion of the Chapter Reviews.  
Any student without either an on-line certificate or completed Review Exercises will not be allowed to participate in the field experience and will not be eligible to earn their Hunter Safety Certificate.
Instructor:  John Singer, can be reached at 517-392-5951

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