Brentwood Rod & Gun Club is dedicated to the safe
responsible practice of shooting sports, hunting, and
fishing, and to the preservation of our rights under
Amendment of our Constitution.
aim, Brentwood Rod & Gun Club is affiliated with the NRA
through the NRA's Clubs & Associations Program.
Rifle & Pistol Range
and MPR Updates:
Rifle and Pistol Range:
The NEW Rifle and Pistol Range is now open,
including for the public!
Check out the U.S.I. site for schedule and new rules!
THE MPR RANGE IS CLOSED UNTIL
located in the Bay Area of Northern California. Our club is
part owner of, and functions at, the United Sportsmen Inc. (U.S.I.) of
Concord, California. U.S.I., a non-profit organization, owns
and operates a modern, large shooting sports facility, most of the time
open also to the public. Facilities for Rifle and Pistol,
Skeet, Trap, Five-Stand, Action Pistol, Air Guns and more, are
available. Safe handling of firearms is observed throughout
the shooting facility ranges, as well as mandatory hearing and eye
protection. The instructions of the respective rangemasters
must be followed immediately and their decisions are final. Our club
holds meetings most every month for discussing the on-going
club-related activities of our members, and annual meetings for the
election of the President, Directors, and other officers of the
club. We welcome new members. To learn how you can
become a member of the Brentwood Rod & Gun Club, follow the
"Membership" link at top. Or, follow the "Location" and "USI" links
to get information on where the shooting sports facility is, the
and the schedules of various ranges.
- Knife and Tomahawk
Events - Impalement Arts
Rod & Gun Club Newsletters:
- Multi Purpose Range -
Qualify as Range Safety Officer
- Members of the Brentwood Rod
and Gun Club who have been club members for at least two
- and want to obtain the
qualification and card of RSO for the Multi-Purpose Range,
- We need
more qualified RSO's in order to make the best use of an excellent
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