The Eastern Nebraska Gun Club is a private organization that was started in 1962 by a handful of individuals looking for a place to shoot. The club is now a large organization of 1,976 members. Matches and informal shooting originally took place on leased property. This land is now owned by the club. The club has held several national matches in the past, the latest being NRA High Power Rifle State and Regional Championships and the Action Pistol Great Plains Sectional Championship.
There is open shooting most of the time at the various club ranges for the members who prefer informal recreational shooting rather than competitions. Members should always bring their own targets, shoot safely so all shots impact the berms, and clean up their trash when they leave the ranges. Range courtesy and safety are required at all times by members and their guests. Members are responsible for their guests.
The club holds a number of rifle, pistol and shotgun matches every year, High Power Rifle and 600 yard Mid-Range and F-Class matches, Smallbore Rifle matches, USPSA Pistol and Multi-Gun matches, Cowboy Lever-Action, a wide variety of Rifle and Pistol Silhouette matches, Swiss Rifle matches, and Trap shoots. See the Match Basics pages and 2016 ENGC Range Schedule v4 for details.
Most of the matches held at the club are on the weekends and open to the public. Spectators are welcome to watch the matches. If you plan to attend one of these functions you should bring your own eye and hearing protection. The range has primitive toilet facilities. Please bring any food and water that you may require as none is available at the range. No alcohol please. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times and should have eye and hearing protection.
See the ENGC Range Schedule for details.
2016 ENGC Range Schedule v4
No exploding targets at ENGC