The Terrell Rifle & Pistol Club is a privately owned facility reserved for the exclusive use of club members and their invited guest. Members are permitted, by the club rules, to bring an individual guest to the club.

  • Prior to discharging any firearm or otherwise making use of the club facilities a guest must sign an eligibility and release of liability form. The sponsoring club member is also required to sign the same form.
  • A guest must remain in the immediate presence of the member while on club property. For example, a member may not leave a guest at the metallic ranges while he or she shoots at the shotgun or archery ranges.
  • Guest are required to abide by the same club rules as the members. Members should always brief the guest regarding such rules. Guest are required to acknowledge that they have read and understand the club rules.
  • Both guest and club members are expected to follow standard safety rules and procedures. Reminder! Wearing Eye and Hearing protection is not optional. All members and guest are required to wear safety items when on or near a live fire exercise.

Guest Agreement forms and club rules are available at or near the payment drop boxes at each range building or you can see the Club Documents on this page, download and have ready for when you visit.

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Latest Club News

Here’s the latest news regarding our gun club. You can also stay tuned for future news and updates here or by going to our news page.

November 29, 2021

Rifle Range Maintenance

We have completed a berm repair project on The TRPC 100- and 200-yard ranges. The side berm between the two ranges was in need of raising and the 100-yard backstop needed to be reconditioned as well.

A crew of member volunteers came in on Monday the 22nd and cut and removed trees. They then proceeded to remove dirt that had eroded from the bottom of the 100-yard backstop and left-over dirt from the pistol ranges parking area and used it to raise and lengthen the side berm between the two rifle ranges. On Tuesday the 23rd our volunteers returned and rebuilt the target frame holders for the 100-yard range and by the end of the day the range was again open for your use along with increased parking for the pistol ranges.

If you get a chance, please be sure to thank the following volunteers. Equipment operators: Mark Franecki, Mark Turner, Gene Pohlman; Tree removal experts: Ron Chambers, John Ilzhoefer, David Blakemore, John Jebavy. Most of these people performed multiple jobs and the work would have never been completed without them and I would like to personally thank them all.

Alan M. Wilson, Rifle Director

September 29, 2021

TRPC Rifle Competitor At National Matches

At the 2021 National Rifle Matches this year, Texas sent a strong team including TRPC member John Ilzihoefer. In The National Trophy Rifle Team Match, competing against both military and civilian teams, Texas was third overall, repeating as the Soldier Of Marathon civilian team winner with team Captain- John Ilzihoefer.
Next up was the National Infantry Trophy Team Match, again, with Texas third overall and claiming The Leather Neck civilian team trophy with John Ilzihoefer competing. Due John coaching the winning civilian National Trophy Team he was also named Team Captain to The 2021 Elihu Root Team made up of the high civilian competitors for the matches. Providing assistance during these team matches was our own rifle director, Mark Turner.

Roy Plumlee Coaches Juniors To National Championship

Supporting the 2021 TSRA junior pistol team at Camp Perry this year was our own Roy Plumlee. The following is his report. The team consisted of four juniors who were allowed to shoot all three team matches with .22 pistols. The "Texas" juniors won their team match "class". The young shooters required almost no "coaching." The team consisted of two male and two female shooters. One of the male shooters is a regular at our bullseye matches. The team captain was a 16 yr. old girl who was already in college. The other girl's father was a shooter whose pistol sport was international rapid fire. She was a small girl who shot one of her father's pistols, It was an interesting experience. I have coached many adult teams both rifle and pistol. This one was the easiest and most interesting by far.