The Sparta Rod & Gun Club will be sponsoring a Sight-In Clinic on Saturday, the 12th of November 2016 (the weekend prior to the opening of the Wisconsin Gun Deer season).Read More
A summary of past Club events and activities
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Over Aug 22-23, 2015, the club raised approximately $1000 for donation to the Sparta Area Cancer Society (SACS).Read More
Once again the club is sponsoring a Wednesday Night indoor Open Archery Shoot. Cost is $5.00 per night and the program will run through spring. So bring your bows, check your pride, and have a good time shooting with other like minded sportsmen.
The shoot takes place in the lower club house and begins at 6 pm on Wednesday nights.
Spring Hunter Safety Classes begin March 12th. Pre registration is required. Maurice Amundson is the point of contact for these classes.
The club conducted the annual fundraiser shoot on Aug 23 & 24, 2014. This shoot included Singles and ATA Doubles Trap, as well as a 50 & 100 Bird Sporting Clays Fun Shoot. A total of 87 shooters participated in this event and ensured a successful shoot for all.
Special thanks go the Trap Support Team and the Sporting Clays Team for making this a successful and fun shoot for all participants. Thanks also go out to the volunteers who manned the kitchen and bar.
Fall Hunter Safety Classes begin September 12th. Maurice Amundson is the point of contact for these classes.
The club will conduct 5-Stand Shotgun Shooting on Tuesday nights beginning Dec 4. Open shooting will begin at 5 pm.
5-Stand shooting involves the shooter engaging a series of five targets from each stand. Targets are presented in a variety of attitudes and consist of a single clay and two pairs of clays per stand. Shooters engage a variety of targets at each stand.
Cost is $5 per round (25 birds). Come and join us on Tuesday evenings this winter and shoot under the lights.
The Rinehart 100 was held over the weekend of July 27 & 28, 2013. Over 700 people participated in this, the biggest R-100 Shoot in the midwest.
Once again this was an extremely successful event and special thanks go the the 40+ volunteers who assisted in the set up, operation of, and take down of the event.