Big Timber Rifle and Pistol Club

is located just outside of Siletz, Oregon just off of Highway 229. For you shotgun and archery lovers, we have that too!  BTRPC is a non-profit 501(c)(7), that is run by a handful of devoted firearms enthusiasts.  We are always looking for new members and dedicated men, women, and children to get involved in our happenings.

Please enjoy the website, and come visit us at one of our monthly meetings held at 1900 hours on every 3rd Monday of the month at The Timbers Restaurant and Lounge meeting room in Toledo.

  • 500 Meter Rifle Range
  • 25 Yard Pistol Range
  • 50 Yard Archery Range
  • Covered Shooting Shelters
  • Classroom Facility
  • Regularly Scheduled Rifle, Pistol and Shotgun Shoots

Please download and review the rules:

 

Reminder:
When you sign the Waiver and Release of Liability each year with your membership application, for both new and renewal members, you sign indicating that you understand these rules, know what they mean and will abide by them. Your membership may be revoked for breaking these rules.

PRESIDENT

John Way

(541) 272-7243
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VICE PRESIDENT

Wayne Hodges


VICE PRESIDENT (TEMP)

Walt Heller

(541) 336-2907

SECRETARY, WEBMASTER

Rich Fix

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TREASURER, MEMBERSHIP

Earl Agee

(541) 994-2437
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MEMBER AT LARGE (TEMP)

Bill Henderson


RANGE MANAGER, NEWSLETTER, RSO

Mike Carey

(931) 206-5493
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HUNTER SAFETY

Dave Boyce

(541) 336-2936

LINCOLN COUNTY S.A.P. ORDINANCE MAKES THE BALLOT!
The Lincoln County Second Amendment Preservation (S.A.P.) Ordinance has been certified and will be on the November 6, 2018 general election ballot.  Please be sure to vote “Yes” to pass this measure and protect our Second Amendment rights in Lincoln County, Oregon.  A “Yes” vote on the Lincoln County Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance will be a vote telling our county government and law enforcement that we will not stand for efforts to restrict our gun rights and will not allow them to use our money for enforcement of such laws.  (updated September 2, 2018)

RIFLE RANGE ROOF COMPLETE
Work on the rifle range roof is now complete.  Remember that all live fire activities must end by 8:00pm.  Here are some pictures taken during the work.  (updated September 1, 2018)

First You Gotta Tear the Old One Off!
Plenty of Work to Go Around.
Heavy Machinery was a Big Help During Deconstruction.
New Beams are Up.
New Stringers Too.
New Plywood Sublayer.
And Finally, New Sheet Metal!
Full Coverage.
“Stop Taking Pictures and Get Up Here and Help!”
Nearing Completion.
Finishing Touches.

TIME TO GO ON THE OFFENSIVE
THE COMMON FIREARMS ACT MOVES TO NEXT STAGE

A firearms protection ballot measure has recently been filed with the Oregon Secretary of State's office to put a measure on the November 2020 general election ballot that we're calling, “The Common Firearms Act.”  The measure is a Constitutional Amendment designed to help thwart the kinds of hateful attacks we saw with the now defeated Measures 43 and 44.  To read the measure, click here.

The Chief Petitioners have gathered the first 1,000 signatures needed to move this petition to the ballot titling stage and do not need anymore signatures at this point.  After the expected legal challenges, signature gathering will begin in earnest to get this Oregon Constitutional Amendment on the November 2020 general election ballot.  For more information about this effort, please visit their website, The Common Firearms Act.  (updated August 14, 2018)

RANGE LOCK-INS
The range gate lock was changed promptly on July 1st when the new membership year began.  If you have not paid your dues and received your new key, don't use the range.  Also, YOU are responsible for making sure your new key works in the lock.  DO NOT follow another member into the range without making sure your new key works.  If you do get yourself locked-in at the range, no one is obligated to come let you out…  You could be stuck there for a while…  And we all know how poor cell phone reception is there to boot!  Do not attempt to dismantle any locking or blocking devices.  Damages done will be billed to you and your membership could be revoked.  Please, be responsible, pay your dues, and test your new key the first time you use it.  (July 15, 2018)

2019 Newsletters

2018 Newsletters

2017 Newsletters

2016 Newsletters

2015 Newsletters

2014 Newsletters

2013 and Earlier Newsletters
 
January 19
Centerfire Rifle Match
Public welcome.
Rifle range closed all day.
Contact: Dave Boyce
January 26
CHL Range Session
Logical Response, LLC
Pistol range 3:00-5:00pm.
Range is open and shared.
Contact: Chris Miller
February 2
Work Party
All ranges closed until 3pm.
Contact: John Way or Mike Carey
February 3
DPSST Armed Security Refresher
Logical Response, LLC
Pistol range closed 10am-2pm.
Contact: Chris Miller
February 9
N.S.S.F. Rimfire Challenge
Public welcome, 9:00am start.
FREE .22 LR Ammo for Kids!
Rifle range closed all day.
Contact: John Way or Mike Carey
February 11-15
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Night and Low Light Training
All ranges closed after 4:00pm.
Contact: John Way or Mike Carey
February 23
CHL Range Session
Logical Response, LLC
Pistol range 3:00-5:00pm.
Range is open and shared.
Contact: Chris Miller
March 2
Work Party
All ranges closed until 3pm.
Contact: John Way or Mike Carey