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Post by SJ on Sat Dec 04, 2010 9:18 pm

(Added by Captain-03: Guys I split this discussion from the original thread - Who is a member of CRPC - hope you don't min -- continue your discussion here)

I was until they raised the dues from one year to the next 100%. I am sure it phased out the ones who can't justify the $200 yearly dues because they don't have the opportunity to shoot several times a week. I really hate it too as I loved being a member and shooting there. I know several other past members who are not any more for the same reason.

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Post by titleiiredneck on Sat Dec 04, 2010 9:49 pm

I will probally join once we move or rejoin pascagoula dcm, otherwise I have a range here in my yard. Heard it was nice but I am trying to figure out the whole silencers are prohibited thing in their rules so thats a definite no for me until I can confirm otherwise that I can use them there.

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Post by titleiiredneck on Sat Dec 04, 2010 9:56 pm

25. Automatic weapons may be fired on the range with a class 3 license
and a club officer observing only. No silencers authorized

you have to have a club officer watch you while you shoot a mg? Oh its a tax stamp not a license unles you are a ffl with a SOT...

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Post by righttoown on Sat Dec 04, 2010 10:30 pm

SJ wrote:I was until they raised the dues from one year to the next 100%. I am sure it phased out the ones who can't justify the $200 yearly dues because they don't have the opportunity to shoot several times a week. I really hate it too as I loved being a member and shooting there. I know several other past members who are not any more for the same reason.

Yea, I don't know if I'M going to rejoin again. $200 is getting a little steep. I have made suggestions but they don't want to here it. It's really a club for the $10,000 a gun skeet shooters. Them and the high dollar .22 shooters seem to run everything.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by nexusnrg on Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:18 pm

titleiiredneck wrote:I will probally join once we move or rejoin pascagoula dcm, otherwise I have a range here in my yard. Heard it was nice but I am trying to figure out the whole silencers are prohibited thing in their rules so thats a definite no for me until I can confirm otherwise that I can use them there.

The use of Silencers are PERMITTED at CRPC. But before you can use these devices you must submit to the board your request for each weapon that will accept the device. You must also be 'checked off' by the club's safety officer. Your membership badge will be an-noted that you're authorized to use silencers on the range after being 'checked off'. That part in the paragraph concerning full-auto weapons must be out of date because I verified that silencers are allowed, and I've seen them used a few times personally.

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Post by titleiiredneck on Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:29 pm

nexusnrg wrote:quote]

But before you can use these devices you must submit to the board your request for each weapon that will accept the device.

Wow I guess that's a no on joining then. I didnt pay a few thousand in tax stamps to get anal probed when I want to shoot a suppressed toy. Besides then they would know about every weapon I own since they are all silenced or have the capability.

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Post by 1985 4runner on Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:36 pm

Shooter wrote:Not a member of Coast but I am a member of the Pascagoula Shooting Club.


Me too.

After reading the post about having to have suppressed weapons approved by a board, and doubling of the yearly dues to $200 a year at CRPC, I'm glad I passed.

The longer distance range & fact that it's deserted on weekdays makes PSC worth the drive to me.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by nexusnrg on Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:30 am

I would like to say that before you dismiss CRPC as a potential range you should contact someone on the board via email and get a definite answer from the people who run the place. My information comes from asking someone about it over a year ago so don't base your decision not to join solely on my comment.

Now regarding the cost of membership let me just say this.
I know 200 dollars might be pretty steep for membership but I rationalize it like this. I spend nearly 200 dollars every month in fuel alone, almost 600 dollars every 6 months for car insurance. I spend over 200 dollars a year just for satellite radio accounts. So I don't feel that 200 dollars a year for membership is that much to ask for when its a very nice range with a club house, bathroom facilities, multiple covered lanes, with more lanes being added all the time, and being allowed to bring 2 guests with me at any time.

Just my two cents.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by SJ on Sun Dec 05, 2010 3:06 pm

My issue with the increase is that I wasn't going to receive any more benefits for the $200 than I was already getting for the $100:thinking:

[Quote]I spend nearly 200 dollars every month in fuel alone, almost 600 dollars every 6 months for car insurance.[Quote] That is exactly why I do not want to pay $200 to go shoot my gun a few times a year. I would tell anyone if the $200 isn't an issue with them then I recommend the CRPR as it is a very nice range, not $200 per year nice but nice. For $200 per year fees I just expect a lot nicer and fancier range for the money.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by nexusnrg on Sun Dec 05, 2010 3:51 pm

I never was a member pre $200 fees so I don't have that issue going for me wanting to know what my extra 100 dollars gets me. I had no idea that the range wasn't anything else other than 200.

I agree if you're only going to go out there to sight in or an occasional cleaning the dust out of the guns 200 dollars isn't worth it. I go there as often as I can. I work and play in that area and if the weather permits I always try to go there and shoot a little after work and spend longer times on my days off. I try to make it worth my money.

I just figure if I have to spend 200 bucks on gas every couple of months then surely I could spend 200 bucks for a whole year's membership.

What would you consider "a lot nicer and fancier range" for the money?

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Post by mikey67 on Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:00 pm

I have been a member for only one year so the $200 is also not a problem for me. I go at least once a week and have seen some significant improvements in areas other than skeet/trap. Driving to Pascagoula would cost me more at half the price for membership there. That being said, if you can only get there a few times during the year( or you just want to sight in for the season) it's high.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by titleiiredneck on Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:51 pm

nexusnrg wrote:
What would you consider "a lot nicer and fancier range" for the money?

Pascagoula dcm for example, no skeet range, but 50-1000 yd range, covered bathrooms with showers, future new club house, keyed gate, no non member days all weapons allowed - 50bmg $100 a yr.

Even if I joined either range the distance is around 2hrs round trip from my house now, however if I moved then joining one of them would be feasable as I would be closer and not have a personal range here.

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Post by nexusnrg on Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:57 pm

SJ wrote:For $200 per year fees I just expect a lot nicer and fancier range for the money.

SJ, What would you consider a lot nicer and fancier range for the money? I'm curious to know just what would be the deal breaker for you?

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Post by spanky on Sun Dec 05, 2010 8:02 pm

do y'all still have to pay a session fee (to shoot each day/hourly/whatever) in addition to the $200 per year?

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Post by mikey67 on Sun Dec 05, 2010 8:21 pm

No spanky. Only extra is for clays if you shoot them.

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Post by spanky on Sun Dec 05, 2010 8:23 pm

That is an outstanding price, then.

I understand the complaints since it's a 100% price increase but Precision in Baton Rouge charges 325 (something like that) for their yearly membership.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by SJ on Sun Dec 05, 2010 9:16 pm

Nicer bathrooms, cleaner range all around, better seats at shooting benches, something besides a utility shed for a club house. Don't get me wrong, I truly loved shooting there when I was a member and the folks I had the opportunity to meet and mingle with were all first class and I think it is a nice range. I also understand there has to be price increases eventually to keep up with inflation and Ins costs, etc, but a 100% price increase from one year to the next to me was a bit extreme and makes me suspect there were more motives behind that kind of increase than to just create more revenue.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by nexusnrg on Mon Dec 06, 2010 12:38 am

SJ,

Every time I've been there the restrooms were pretty sanitary and well stocked with tp, soap etc. so I guess they should throw in showers and a locker room? I always thought the club house was suitable afterall DCM uses an old rail car for theirs. They are in the process of building more restrooms and a park style pavillion down by the south ranges. They've built brand new skeet lanes and have replaced all of the chairs at each range so there are better chairs now.

They just laid the concrete slab for the newest pistol range and put the frame work up for the roof. And a whole new range just south of that is being built. Every couple of months it seems like they're adding something new or expanding.

I don't know what the extra 100 dollars is going towards but my guess would be that it's all laid out in the meeting minutes on the website.

Spanky,

full membership fees are $200/yr. There are no usage charges beyond that unless you use the clubs clay targets which are $2 a round (round being 20 clay targets), otherwise you're not charged anything extra. They have an automatic gate with a keypad so you don't have to get out to go through the gate, you can bring 2 guests any time you like. Unlike some clubs who allow you to bring a guest once a year and beyond that get charged a fee for guest usage.

That's a big draw to me because I always enjoy bringing a friend out there. We can shoot and shoot and shoot some more as many times as we like and it doesn't cost anything extra to use the range.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by currahee on Tue Dec 07, 2010 5:25 pm

I am a board member at CRPC and will gladly answer any questions you have. I also run the 3 gun match.

A couple off the bat...

Suppressors are allowed, I have one myself. All you have to do is show the safety officer your stamp and let him check the serial number and your good to go. This is primarily to keep people from shooting home made ones.

Automatic weapons are not allowed unless you have a board member present. I personally disagree with that, and have voted against it, but there you go.

As to the price, this was decided upon by the membership. I'm a guy that could care less if I shoot in a rock pit, but the membership decided they liked the improvements and we keep improving. I spend way more on ammo than I do the membership.

Let me know if there is anything else.


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Post by captain-03 on Tue Dec 07, 2010 6:24 pm

currahee wrote:I am a board member at CRPC and will gladly answer any questions you have. I also run the 3 gun match.

Welcome!! Glad to have you here and look forward to your participation!!

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by arnygollott3 on Tue Dec 07, 2010 7:17 pm

I have been a member off and on for about 6 or 7 years. My membership has lapsed a few times...like now for instance. When I first joined back in 2003 or so it was only $70 a year. Then it went to $100 for a couple of years and now it is $200 for the past few years. Overall the range is very nice, but I have nothing else to compare it to, but I think it has all that is needed with the exception of some truly long range stuff, as in 500 yds or more. They may be working on that now, they are CONSTANTLY upgrading and improving the place. It has come a LONG WAY in just the past couple of years. IF I did not have access to other property now I would still maintain my membership, heck I may still, in today's shooting world $200 doesn't go too far. It is a GREAT place to meet people and learn and teach things and just be around people who enjoy 'the brotherhood' like we do. The increase in dues is significant, I agree, but I feel like I see where the money is going into upgrades. JUST MY OPINION.

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Post by SJ on Tue Dec 07, 2010 7:54 pm

I miss shooting there but just can't justify the numbers. Just will have to find another range that fits my pocket better I guess. CRPC will get along without my $200 and vise versa.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by ZOMBIE KILLER on Tue Dec 07, 2010 8:59 pm

I am a member and former board member, i voted for the $200 a year dues. I figure $16.60 a month isn't bad to shoot all day everyday plus the $200 a year cleared the ranges out during hunting season when you couldnt go shoot because of people waiting to sight in. Also after the rate increase we have had a lot less vandalism to the range property plus we still have 1200 members and increaseing every week and improvements to the range every month.

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Post by 1985 4runner on Tue Dec 07, 2010 9:16 pm

If membership is 1200 strong, I can't imagine trying to go on a nice Fall weekend.

Nevermind, I went to the website & saw this:

Combat Pistol Shoot: 2nd Saturday of every month: pistol ranges (improved and unimproved) are closed from 7:30 till approximately 2:00PM.



Three Gun Match: 3rd Saturday of the month: long rifle range and improved pistol range are closed from 7:30 till approximately 2:00PM.


Rimfire Silhouette Match: 1st Saturday of month February-October: Intermediate (100 Meter) rifle range is closed from 7:30 till approximately 2:00PM.



Glad it suits some of you, but for $200 yearly I'm going to expect to be able to shoot on my weekend schedule & not around a scheduled match three times monthly. Sundays must be jam packed. Just my two cents.

Not trying to start a p****ing contest, just saying I feel it isn't the range for me.

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Post by ZOMBIE KILLER on Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:00 pm

Actually you dont see that many people there, alot of times on the weekends you are the only one on the range. When we have matches we always have other ranges open for members to shoot.

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Post by SJ on Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:08 pm

ZOMBIE KILLER wrote:we still have 1200 members and increaseing every week and improvements to the range every month.

At almost a quarter of a million dollars per year in dues you would expect it would be something.

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Post by SJ on Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:15 pm

ZOMBIE KILLER wrote:I figure $16.60 a month isn't bad to shoot all day everyday plus the $200 a year cleared the ranges out during hunting season when you couldnt go shoot because of people waiting to sight in.


It wouldn't be bad if a person shot all day every day.

The statement in red is exactly what I was talking about in an ulterior motive for the dues increase. I will always feel the dues increase was to clean house so to speak as much as it was to create more revenue.

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Post by ZOMBIE KILLER on Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:25 pm

Well if it works it works thumbs up Also at the last anual meeting the board of directors asked the members to vote on dropping the dues to $100 and the members voted to keep it at $200. If the members are happy with it then what can you do.

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Post by SJ on Wed Dec 08, 2010 10:23 am

I believe in the majority rules. If the members who are there and voted want it, so be it. I am sure the memebers who voted were just a few votes but that is the other members who won't attend meetings fault. I will say it again, if the dues is not an issue to you it is a really nice range with nice folks.

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Post by Buff on Sun Dec 19, 2010 7:25 am

ZOMBIE KILLER wrote:Actually you dont see that many people there, alot of times on the weekends you are the only one on the range. When we have matches we always have other ranges open for members to shoot.

I went last saturday and the pistol matches were using both pistol ranges. Myself and another member had to wait 30 minutes to shoot. Might not seem like a long time, unless you're the person waiting.

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Post by ZOMBIE KILLER on Sun Dec 19, 2010 2:38 pm

The short rifle range has back boards set at 25yrds for pistol use during matches. This is also the same pistol match that has been going on for over 10 years at the same time on the same date that all new members are briefed on when they join, which anyone is welcome to shoot in.

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Post by Buff on Sun Dec 19, 2010 6:02 pm

The first page of the web site states that one Rifle Range and one Pistol Range will remain available for use during Sanctioned/Planned shoots.

The very next paragraph does state that both pistol ranges will be closed during the combat matches.

I'll just have to try and remember when the matches are being held.


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Post by chbrow10 on Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:50 am

I am a member of that club and would like to clarify a few things. I joined the club in early 2007. At that time the dues were $100. The then-president of the club (I’ll leave the names out of this, since they don’t add any value) was trying to get to the point where the club would own the land that it is on. Right now the land is Section 16 land owned by the Harrison County School District. At the time, it was possible for an organization, like the club, to buy land and trade it for Section 16 land. So the then-president was trying to raise dues to raise money to buy that land.
It turns out that you can’t do that land swap anymore, so I do not know for sure where the money is going at this point. I’ve been told that they go over that at the monthly board membership meetings. Since no one was showing up for the work days once a month, they hired someone to change the target boards and empty the trash. There have been a lot of improvements as discussed above. There are a lot of competitions and classes that go one at the club, so I still think it is a good value when compared to other clubs this size. At $2 a game, Trap and Skeet are the best deal on the coast.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by southmsfiveo on Mon Jan 03, 2011 12:12 pm

Just my observations.
Seems that some of you expect a "private and personal range" at a "club range" facility.

If you don't like the $200 fee then rally the troops, show up at the meeting and vote to reduce the fee or change the way the range is operated.

If that's too much, then I guess you can just whine about it forever and see how many people you can drag down with you.

Just my opinion.

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Post by chbrow10 on Mon Jan 03, 2011 12:16 pm

Right. At this club, getting people to show up at the meetings is impossible.

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Re: Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club - Discussion

Post by cgmaster1 on Thu Mar 03, 2011 8:44 am

I was planning on joining until the cost became so high. It looks like a nice range and I plan t odo a few matches there but can't justify the cost right now.

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Post by Buff on Sun Mar 13, 2011 1:28 pm

Save your money. I've been there the past 3 weekends and there were no backboards on the pistol ranges.

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Post by chbrow10 on Sun Mar 13, 2011 4:25 pm

They are doing some drainage improvements in those bays. I'm not sure why they are taking so long to finish it...

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Post by Buff on Sun Mar 13, 2011 5:54 pm

chbrow10 wrote:They are doing some drainage improvements in those bays. I'm not sure why they are taking so long to finish it...


Thanks, I looked on the web site but saw nothing about it.

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Post by chbrow10 on Sun Mar 13, 2011 6:39 pm

Yeah, the website needs help...

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