Miami (MRPC)

Established in 1916, the Miami Rifle and Pistol Club (MRPC) is one of the oldest rifle and pistol clubs in the United States.  Located on 130 acres in Clermont County Ohio, the club is affiliated with the National Rifle Association, the Ohio Rifle and Pistol Association and the Civilian Marksmanship Program.  Members of the Miami Rifle and Pistol Club have distinguished themselves at the regional and national level in various kinds of rifle and pistol competition.  These Master, High Master and Distinguished shooters make themselves available to new shooters and members of the Club to help them get a good start in the shooting sports.

 

For complete information, visit Miami’s Website.

Miami’s USPSA page

 

Our Facilities
Seven club ranges are available for use of all members.  The clubhouse offers indoor plumbing and shelter from inclement weather and is also used for club meetings and class instruction. Club facilities Aerial View

Bench Rest…The bench rest ranges is a separate range with twelve covered firing points.  Ten firing points have a massive concrete bench to provide a stable rest for sighting-in or testing.  Targets are located at 50, 100, 150 and 200 yards.

Bowling Pin… A bowling pin range with six tables and a covered firing line is available for bowling pin competition.

Pistol…The pistol range has 30 covered firing points.  Electrically operated turning target frames are located at 25 and 50 yards.  The pistol range can also be used for smallbore rim fire rifle and black powder shooting.

Plinking… The plinking range provides a covered place for informal shooting.  A wide variety of firearms, as well as a wide variety of targets, may be used on this range.

Practical Pistol… Three ranges are available for USPSA-style practical pistol competition.  One of these ranges is available for practical pistol and bowling pin practice.

Rifle… The high power rifle range has twelve firing points located at 200, 300, 500 and 600 yards.  This facility is used for approved NRA matches as well as sporting rifle and club matches.  This range is available for practice when it is not scheduled for club events

Rim Fire… The fall of 2009 witnessed the completion of a new 25 point smallbore range. Target frames are placed at 50 and 100 yards and the range will be used for casual shooting and sanctioned matches.

To learn more about the individual sporting disciplines that use these ranges visit thedisciplines page.

To see a schedule for all the events on each particular range click on the Calendar.

Activities
NRA-Approved rifle and pistol matches are held on a regular basis at the club. These scheduled matches, along with monthly USPSA sanctioned practical pistol matches provide members with over 100 organized matches a year.

Other shooting related activities include sporting rifle and black powder matches, cowboy action matches, .22 rimfire and centerfire benchrest competition.

Members may also take advantage of rifle and pistol instructional courses.  Instruction for junior shooters between ages 13 and 21 is provided during the summer months.

 



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