Welcome to the Beloit Rifle Club Inc.

Posted on January 10, 2018


Hey Everyone! I have some updates for you.

  1. Since Rock County voted to ‘re-open’ per phase one, we are going back to ‘normal’. Guest are allowed again and please sign in guests and pay the guest admission of $5.00.
  2. Indoor range/clubhouse will be back open on Saturday! The crew refinishing the floor will be finishing up on Friday and it will need time to dry, so Saturday it is. (If you bring a guest before Saturday, please plan on signing in out back since you won’t be able to get into clubhouse)
  3. We all know what the ‘guidelines’ are and we are adults, so you are still encourage to follow them and take care of yourself. If you are sick, stay home. Wear a mask if needed for you. If you choose to spray/clean things down, that is up to you.
  4. Matches are to resume how the director sees fit. Contact your discipline director for details if need be. If your group eats lunch, please plan on bringing a bag lunch.
  5. New Member Orientation will proceed on June 14.

Any questions, please let me know so we can address it.
I hope everyone has a great Memorial Day Weekend. I pray that you take the time to Honor those who have given their all for our freedoms. With what is happening in our lives at this time, it truly hits home how our freedoms can so easily be under attack and that their sacrifices shouldn’t be in vain or taken for granted.

God Bless,
Julie Wagoner, President.


Welcome to the Beloit Rifle Club website.

Charted in 1925 and affiliating with the National Rifle Association in 1927, the Beloit Rifle Club currently occupies 62 acres of land on Philhower Road just north of Beloit.  This facility has become one of the finest in the Midwest featuring indoor and outdoor shooting and archery ranges.  Our membership of nearly 1100 travels from as far away as Chicago.

Our main goal – promoting a safe shooting environment for the following disciplines: Trap, Black Powder, Black Powder Cartridge, Pistol, Silhouette, Archery, High Power Rifle, .22 Cal Benchrest, Centerfire Benchrest, Cowboy Action, Civilian Marksmanship and Defense Pistol.

Our facilities have been used by the Rock County 4H Shooters, Boy Scouts, Young Marines, the Beloit Police Department, state policing organizations and Marine recruits.  Professor John Nickels of Beloit College brought his class to the range to learn about ballistics and to experience firing a pistol.  Safety education classes are also held.

Please note that outside of special events, use of the Beloit Rifle Club facilities is by membership or invitation only.

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