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All 2021 events are tentative, based on the Covid-19 situation.   We do expect to have Trap and CMP Rifle league next summer, it at all possible.

2021 CMP Junior Rifle League

Location: Paris Gun Club - 6560 Trenton Road Utica, NY 13502

Dates - April 6, 13, 20, and 27th.

Available Start Times: 6:00PM, 7:00PM and 7:45PM


Open to all youth ages 12 - 20.  All equipment and supplies provided, free of charge.  No membership required.  This is a great opportunity to introduce young people to the shooting sports!  30 shot match, from either the standing or bench rest position.  Shooters can re-fire the match several times each evening if they choose to.


Registration Link:

To volunteer as a Safety Officer or Match Official, contact Dean Grant via email


2021 Meeting Schedule.

  • Winter Location is Whitestown Overseas Veterans Association - VFW Post 7393, 21 Garden St, New York Mills NY

  • Summer meetings held at the club

Pistol Permit Pre-Licensing Class

Held monthly at Runnings of Rome, and at the club when the range road is open.

  • This class is the first step towards getting your NYS Concealed Carry Pistol Permit.

  • You will learn firearms safety, basic marksmanship skills, hand gun maintenance and how to train to become a better shooter.

  • All students will train with the SIRT Laser pistol.


​To register go to:  or contact Dean Grant at 315-723-4426

Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP)

The federal law that established the Civilian Marksmanship Program makes firearms safety one of its highest priorities. This law specifically states that a primary function of the CMP is “to instruct citizens of the United States in marksmanship; (and) to promote practice and safety in the use of firearms.”


Saturday morning trap league - Several members have expressed interest, but we need a few who are willing to help setup and run the machine a couple of times each month.  If you are interested, come to the meeting for discussion, or contact Club President Mike Bambino

In trap shooting, contestants fire from a series of five stations located 16 yd (14.63 m) behind the trap. At a signal from the contestant, the clay target is hurled forward into the air, away from the firing line. In order to simulate the unpredictable flight patterns of birds taking wing, the targets are sprung out of the trap at various angles and in various directions. The clay pigeons rise to a minimum height of about 10 ft (about 3 m) and, unless hit, fall to the ground about 150 ft (about 45 m) from the trap.  For the beginner, almost any 20ga, 16ga or 12ga shotgun can be used - Pump, double barrel, semi-auto and even shingle shot guns can be used.

Come to the club on any Tuesday evening May through September to learn more.