Welcome to the South Berwick Rod & Gun Association's website.
SBRGA Members... It is imperitive that you return all sold and unsold tickets and proceeds immediately!
You are responsible for either returning the tickets or submitting $30 for each ticket signed out. If you can't get together with Genie, whoever is running trap sessions Thursdays or Sundays can take your tickets, proceeds and stubs.
Pork Rib BBQ
The Rifle Range will be closed on Tuesdays, October 7th and 21st from 9am until 3pm for Police Department use.
The Pistol Range will remain open. Thank you for your cooperation while we support our local PD!
Save Maine's Bear Hunt
Vote NO on Question 1
The club has some yard signs available for you to display on your property. If you live in a high traffic area, please consider posting a sign. Signs are in the trap shack and can be picked up during any public trap session.
The next Monthly Club Meeting is Tuesday, September 23rd.
Meetings take place in the clubhouse on the 4th Tuesday of every month and begin at 7:30pm. All members are encouraged to attend.
Sorry, no new memberships are available at this time.
All members need to attend a Safety Orientation before receiving
their membership and gate cards.
The next work party is Saturday, September 27th at 8:30am. This is a volunteer run club. Members are requested to volunteer at a work party or other event at least once a year.
Please Respect the Club Rules
All shooting must cease at Sunset!*
*Except for organized Thursday evening Trap shoots.
Sunset is by the clock - not when you think it's too dark to shoot.
Use the menu at left to navigate this website. You'll likely find answers to all of your questions. If you cannot find the assistance you need, please use our contact form to reach the appropriate contact. In addition, be sure to check the club calendar and our facebook page for special events, range closure notices, etc.
As all of you reloaders know, most powder types are in very short supply. While there is no magic answer, this website, Gunbot.net, might be worth keeping an eye on. They keep fairly accurate status of stock at multiple suppliers.
Thanks to those who helped remove the protective eye gear from the pheasants this past Saturday. These 'blinders' protect the birds from the others in the pen, but need to be removed as they get larger.
I'm told that the whole job only took a few hours thanks to their enthusiastic efforts.