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Rockingham County Gun Club

RCGC is a privately owned club with 1300+ members,

located in Rockingham County near Ruffin, NC.




    Celebrating 29 years of Shooting Sport and Safety

RCGC is situated on 85 acres. Club facilities include a centerfire rifle range with 20 benches, and target boards at 100 and 200 yards; a rimfire range with 10 benches, and target boards at 25 and 50 yards, and a new rimfire pistol pit; a utility range with 25 and 50 yard target boards; three centerfire pistol-only ranges; 5 active trap fields; and three skeet fields. The cinder block building just inside the gate houses men’s and women’s restrooms and showers which are handicap accessible.

Members are entitled to use the club facilities 365 days a year during daylight hours. A member’s spouse, dependents, and guests are welcome when accompanied by the member. RCGC is governed by a Board of Directors and club officers who are elected by the members to serve three year terms. The nine directors and four club officers comprise the Executive Board. The club is operated entirely by volunteers - there is no paid staff.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Rockingham County Gun Club is to foster the development of all shooting sports by providing opportunities for members and youth to receive shooting instruction; by providing a safe venue for shooting; by promoting organized shooting competitions; by promoting fellowship and good sportsmanship, and by providing opportunities for family activities, while keeping firearm safety paramount in the pursuit of all of these activities. 

Code of Conduct for Members and Guests

It is the policy of RCGC that members and guests at club events maintain the highest degree of integrity and decorum. Any behavior which damages or could damage RCGC's reputation is prohibited. Good sportsmanship is an obligation of every member and is an integral part of every event sponsored by or held at RCGC. Club members and their guests are held accountable for any use of profane, vulgar, and offensive language or behavior.



 Photo by Taylor McCaskill 112914


A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.                                                         Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution