JHGC Adaptive Shooting Experience

JHGC Adaptive Shooting Experience

JHGC Adaptive Shooting Experience Kickoff – Join Us on May 22nd, 2024!

Mark your calendars for the kickoff of our Adaptive Shooting Experience series! This innovative event is brought to you through the collaboration of Jackson Hole Shooting Experience, Teton Adaptive, Teton Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation at St. Johns Hospital, Jackson Hole Gun Club, and the Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation.

Collin Vaughan, a Board member at the Jackson Hole Gun Club said that the club has added a concrete ramp to the rifle bay, and are working on ones for the pistol bay and the restroom. “I am excited that the range is improving every year so that we can better serve sharp shooters of all abilities.” said Collin.

Event Information

Date: May 22, 2024
Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Venue: Jackson Hole Gun Club

Registration is Required!

This inaugural class is designed to cater to shooters of varying abilities, including those with mobility and visual impairments. Our goal is to foster an environment that is welcoming and adaptive for everyone to enjoy the shooting sports.

What We Offer

  • Specialized adaptive equipment to suit different needs.
  • Facilities are fully accessible, with world class shooting instructors ready to help.
  • All participants will be provided with safety gear such as eye and ear protection.
  • Access to firearms, ammunition, and shooting targets is included.

Be Adaptive Equipment!

How to Join this JHGC Adaptive Shooting Experience

Interested in participating or need more information? Reach out to Wendy Guido at Teton Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, part of St. John’s Health:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (307) 739-1864

Seize this unique opportunity to engage in an inclusive shooting event. Let’s embrace the spirit of inclusion and shared passion for shooting sports. Please register so that we can see you there!

 

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Course

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Course

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Course

Course Date: March 9, 2024

Time: 8am – 5pm (Lunch Included)

Location: Downtown Jackson, WY

Registration Deadline: March 2, 2024 (Non-Refundable)

Cost: $400 – General Public & Occasional JHGC Users | $100 – JHGC Frequent Members

Enhance your emergency care skills at our Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course, led by the experienced former Navy Corpsman, Dennis Ball. With his field expertise and dynamic teaching approach, you’ll learn effective, real-world trauma care techniques. This isn’t just another basic certification course; it’s practical training for real situations, from shootings to auto accidents and back-country injuries.

Special Offer: Complete the course and receive $100 worth of first aid gear!

Rates: JHGC members who frequent the range (100+ days per year) are eligible for a discounted rate of $100. The regular rate for the general public and occasional JHGC users is $400.

Sponsors: JH Shooting Experience and JH Shooting Sports Foundation.

Join us to make our community safer and enhance your emergency response capabilities! (Want to learn some of the jargon that will be used? Prep HERE.)

Learn More & Register

JHSSF Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation

Rifle Hunting Class 8-31-24

The JH Gun Club has teamed with the JH Shooting Sports Foundation and the Jackson Hole Shooting Experience!

Pre-Hunt Rifle Skill-development and Ethics Class in Jackson Hole

*Note: This course is not a substitute for Hunter’s Ed training.

Seeking an affordable rifle training option? Our Pre-Hunt Rifle Class offers a comprehensive rifle accuracy training program, perfect for hunters preparing for the upcoming season. In collaboration with the renowned Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation and shootinjh, we bring you an exclusive hunting preparation class focused on both rifle shooting techniques and hunting ethics.


🌲 Master Rifle Hunting with Our Pre-Hunt (Rifle) Skill-development and Ethics Class 🎯

Ready for a hunting season readiness adventure? Our class is designed for all levels, from beginner to advanced rifle training. Don’t miss this chance to enhance your skills and knowledge.

Class Snapshot

  • Date: Saturday, August 31st | Morning filled with learning and fun
  • Time: 9 AM – 12 PM
  • Cost: Only $50/person (Pre-Register by August 11, 2023)
  • Minimum Age: Mature 14

What’s in store for you?

  • 🔫 Expert Rifle Handling Techniques
  • 🎯 Precision Shooting Skills
  • 🌱 Ethical Hunting Practices
  • 🌟 Fun and camaraderie in a group shooting class

Special thanks to The Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation for sponsoring this unique hunter rifle tuneup experience!

🌟 Register Now and Boost Your Hunting Skills! 🌟

Spaces are limited, so sign up today for our Pre-Hunt (Rifle) Skill-development and Ethics Class.

👉 Click Here to Register 👈

Hunter Education and Rifle Training in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The Jackson Hole Shooting Experience instructors will address common shooting issues and guide you through safety protocols and basics using .22 rifles. Learn essential shooting positions and techniques to ensure you’re ready for the hunting season. Then, you will begin using your own rifles as the honing of your hunting mastery continues.

Equipment Requirements:

  • Your own hunting rifle & scope
  • Minimum 60 rounds of rifle ammunition
  • Additional accessories for hunting (backpack, gloves, hat … whatever you will have with you)
  • Proof of hunting license for the upcoming seasons

What Our Class Offers:

  • Targets and practice materials
  • Loaner hearing and eye protection
  • Refreshments
  • Practice rifles and ammunition
  • Personalized coaching
  • Range fees comped by the Jackson Hole Gun Club
  • Spotting scopes (if needed)

Enhance your hunting experience with our comprehensive group shooting class. Register today and make your next hunt a success!

Pre-Hunt Rifle Skill Development and Ethics Class in Jackson Hole

Community Classes Fall 2023

Community Classes Fall 2023

Exciting News from the Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation: Community Classes Ahead Fall 2023!

Here’s some fantastic news that’s sure to hit the bullseye of your interests: The Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation is stepping up its game by sponsoring a lineup of new classes for our shooting community! And guess what? They’ve teamed up with the acclaimed Jackson Hole Shooting Experience firearms training firm to make it all happen.

With the collective efforts of The Shooting Experience, the Shooting Sports Foundation, and the Jackson Hole Gun Club, we’re bringing top-notch, affordable firearms training for locals right to your backyard.

Class 1: Pre-Hunt Rifle

Calling all beginner and intermediate hunters! Get ready to elevate your skills and boost your confidence with our Pre-Hunt Rifle class. This exciting session, set for September 16th, 2023, is tailor-made to help you become a more proficient hunter and embrace ethical practices in the field. Because when you’re better equipped with your firearms system, you’re primed for a more fulfilling and responsible hunt.

Class 2: Long Range Rifle

Looking to take your marksmanship to the next level? Our long range rifle class is just the ticket. Led by none other than the extreme long range shooting coaches Scott Austin and Shepard Humphries from Nomad Rifleman, this class is your gateway to sharpening your skills in a dynamic and engaging setting. Expect classroom insights paired with live fire exercises on the range from 25 yards to 600 yards.

Ready to sign up or need more info? Head over to the Jackson Hole Shooting Experience website and dive into all the juicy details.


About the Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation

Let’s give a hearty shout-out to the Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation (JHSSF)! Their mission? To promote all things shooting sports, from education and safety to participation and ethical conduct. They’re the driving force behind this fantastic initiative, and we couldn’t be more grateful for their dedication.

And speaking of gratitude, a big tip of the hat goes to everyone who joins hands with JHSSF through Old Bill’s Fun Run. Your support makes these local shooting sports opportunities possible, and we can’t thank you enough! A link to donate is here.

So there you have it, folks. With the Jackson Hole Shooting Sports Foundation leading the charge and some exciting classes on the horizon, it’s time to aim high and hit the mark with your firearm skills. Let’s learn, grow, and have a blast together!

Pipeline Construction Project June 2020

Teton County commissioners have commissioned a water pipeline project, and have gained permission from the USFS to perform the project in areas beside and on our shooting range. This in turn requires us to close down portions of the JH Gun Club for portions of June 2020.

Please be certain to check the JHGC calendar prior to driving to the range!

 

Generally, we will have all bays open on weekends, however various sides of the range will be closed for much of the month. Typically, the South Side (Shotgun, archery, special use & pistol bays) will be considered separate from the North side. (Rifle bay) On some days, both will be closed and on some days, only one.

In case signs blow down, please continue to use the uncommon good sense that our membership is known for, and put safety as a top priority, namely “Always keep guns pointed in a safe direction.” If you see workers downrange – don’t use that side of the range!

 

Pipeline Construction Project June 2020

IDPA, SCSA and USPSA Matches Resume May 2020!

IDPA, SCSA and USPSA Matches Resume May 2020!


Greetings, we will resume IDPA, SCSA and USPSA matches starting May 20, 2020 with IDPA! We will operate under the JHGC Covid protocols. MASKS WILL BE MANDATORY!

Let’s get shooting!

See our calendar for dates, and remember to check frequently, things sometimes change!

 

IDPA, SCSA and USPSA Matches Resume

JHGC ReOpening May, 2020

The JHGC Reopened to the public on May 16, 2020.

Mask restrictions are in place, non-household members
must not be within a social distance of 10 feet unless masked and 6 feet if masked.


The JHGC Reopened to members only on May 2, 2020.

On 4-30-20, the JHGC board of directors took a vote, and the majority of the board voted on

the following Reopening Protocol:


Range Reopening Protocol

Jackson Hole Gun Club

Objectives         

Our goal is to reopen the Jackson Hole Gun Club to Members and non-Members as soon as allowed by Federal, County, and State Orders in a manner as safe and convenient as we can make it for users and Gun Club Staff.

We recognize this will not be business as usual for the foreseeable future because of the expected continuing risk of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Our reopening plan is based on the best advice we can obtain on effective infection control for those using the range and Gun Club staff.

We have reviewed CDC guidelines and other Federal, State and County Orders and consulted with Infectious Disease Medical Experts for the prevention of Covid-19 infections.

Protocol

  1. If you are unwell, particularly with a fever, or are in a high-risk group, please stay home.
  2. The risk of community transmission of the virus is high every time you leave your home. This protocol is designed to mitigate but certainly not reduce to zero that risk.  Your decision to use the public spaces of the Jackson Hole Gun Club is yours alone and you are assuming all risks.    
  3. To maintain the six feet of separation recommended by the CDC, every other bench on the rifle deck will be closed. We ask that users of the .22 range and the pistol range maintain six feet of separation from other users at all times.  Persons living in the same household can shoot together, but this makes it more difficult to maintain six feet of separation from other shooters.  Same household groups will be limited to four.  If this does not provide six feet of separation from other users at any time, group size will be reduced to two.
  4. The Range Safety Officer will remain in his command post with few exceptions. The Range Safety Officer’s decisions to order more separation between users are final.
  5. Members are asked to bring their own hand sanitizer for use before and after touching pens, staplers and target frames.
  6. 6. Sanitize benches by wiping down with sanitizing solution before and after use or by replacing the cover.
  7. All range users must wear face masks at all times while on Jackson Hole Gun Club property unless more than ten feet from other users.

Stay Safe.

Stay Healthy.

Or Stay Home

5-1-20


The JHGC opened on May 2, 2020 to members only and on May 16 to the public.


FAQs

Q. These rules are different than national, state and county orders. Why?
A. A majority of JHGC board members voted this way.
Q. Will the JHGC supply masks?
A. No, add one to your range bag.
Q. Will the JHGC supply sanitizer?
A. No, add some to your range bag.
Q. What about JHSE?
A. Because they have larger groups, we have moved their operations to the 22 bay to create separation from other members. They contacted County Health and are approved to operate.
Q. How long will this be in effect?
A. The government will decide: https://covid19.wyo.gov
rifle training in Jackson Hole

2020 Annual General Meeting

2020 Annual General Meeting
Apr 21, 2020  

 


Also, if you are a member of the JHGC and did not receive an email announcing this meeting, please check your “junk” folder to be certain messages are getting to you!

 

Jackson Hole Gun Club Cowboy Action

#theresponse to covid-19

JH Gun Club Shooting Range Closed Due to Covid-19 Response

Due to the government response to the COVID-19 scare, the JH Gun Club shooting range will be closed until April 30, 2020 by majority vote of the board. Following is an update from the JHGC President:

3-31-2020 Shooting Range Closed Update:

 
“We took the Homeland Security memo into consideration and will still need to follow the Governor’s recommendation for non-essential businesses to remain closed until the 17th.Shooting Range Closed #theresponse to covid-19
 
… a few of the main points on why we are following the Governor’s timeline in regards to the range closure:
 
In short, the [DHS] memo is advisory. The section about ranges being open pertains to law enforcement, public safety, and first responders, not recreational, commercial business or club members. Under the federal memo opening the range for discretionary use is not advised, and that use is not within the scope of the Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Other First Responders category in the federal memo.
 
We do not believe that we have any choice but to follow the state order, as defined by the [Wyoming] Game & Fish, as the federal memo describes the state as the decision-making authority.”
Shooting Range Closed
The Herb Hazen Memorial Accuracy Challenge

Herb Hazen Memorial Accuracy Challenge

Herb Hazen Memorial Accuracy Challenge

You Can’t Miss Fast Enough To Win!

A special pistol competition will be held at Jackson Hole Gun Club on (DATE TBA – we are sorry, but the response to the Covid-19 panic makes it worth delaying this match for a time). The pistol completion will be a modified IDPA-style event, with a bias towards accuracy over speed.

Please watch this space for more information, and check back often.

So what is it?

This match is an IDPA-style, pistol-only competition consisting of a number of stages, divided between short stages, referred to as “speed shoots” and longer stages, referred to as “field courses”.

Scoring has been modified to reward accuracy over speed, with greater penalties (more time added) for less accurate shot placement.


Herb Hazen Memorial Accuracy Challenge – Learn More!

 

Herb loved shooting, talking about shooting and helping others improve. He was a mentor to many and had an incredible sense of humor! We think he would get a kick out of having this video posted of his thoughts about his passion for shooting! Long live the wonderful memories we have of Herb!