Welcome to the Central Florida Rifle & Pistol Club! Located in southeast Orange County near Moss Park and Lake Nona, our facilities include 25 and 50 meter pistol ranges; 100 and 300 meter rifle ranges; shotgun and archery ranges; and 10 action range bays. The 300 meter range has target pits with risers. Use the links in the main menu to learn more About CFRPC.
Visiting the Range
General range use is for members and their guests only. For membership information, click here.
Visitors are welcome during open functions such as scheduled classes, competitions and events. If you plan to visit the range, please familiarize yourself with the Club Policies and Range Rules.
All visitors to the range must complete a Release Form. For your convenience, you may complete and print the form to bring with you. Please make sure the form is signed and dated on the day of your visit.
Any minors coming to the range must have a Minor Release and Parental Consent Form signed by their parent or legal guardian. It cannot be signed by an uncle or cousin or other adult friend of the family; it must be signed by the minor's parent or legal guardian. For convenience, the Minor Release and Parental Consent Form may be completed and printed for the minor to bring with to the Club, SO LONG AS IT IS PRINTED ON TWO SIDES OF THE SAME PIECE OF PAPER. Please make sure the form is signed and dated on the day of the minor's visit.
The rules committee has been working for several months on revising the Club Rules. A considerable effort was made to clarify the rules, remove ambiguous language, and make appropriate changes. The executive committee has adopted the rules that were proposed by the rules committee, and the new rulebook is now effective. It is strongly recommended that you download a copy of the new rulebook from this link, as it is the responsibility of all club members to be aware of the current rules.
While the stylistic and substantive changes throughout the rules will require a complete review, please take particular note some of the following:
Rule 1.6.3 and its subparts describe rules for shooting at steel targets.
Rule 2.1.2 gives a (non-exhaustive) list of examples of prohibited devices that enhance the normal rate of fire of a firearm.
Rule 2.1.3 specifically prohibits exploding targets.
Rule 2.1.13 explains the Club policy on expended brass. Please note that this applies to matches as well.
Rule 2.4.2 indicates a new procedure for moving the 300m line forward, including placing a rope across the permanent firing line.
Rule 2.7.10 indicates the Leath Action Range rules that CANNOT be changed by a discipline director for a match or official practice session.
Absolutely GRAND time! Loved everything about it… trying new things, being encouraged throughout, and definitely inspired to invite others for the next go-round!”
Over 300 women and girls came out on a beautiful Saturday for our annual Ladies Day event, held April 5, 2014. Each participant attended a safety orientation where she learned range safety rules and safe gun handling procedures. Afterwards, ladies were free to explore and discover the many firearms and shooting sports available at CFRPC, including the most frequented stations of Archery, High Power Rifle, and Handguns. The “Go Fast” station even had a little friendly competition going!
Throughout the day, ladies enjoyed personal, one-on-one instruction on the firing line. Here’s what they had to say:
"I had a really fun time--I'm already planning to come again next year! It was a great introduction to the sport for me."
"It was such a highlight for me and I look forward to attending next year!"
"I may have found a new obsession. My husband and I are planning our next date night for the shooting range!"
Shooting supplies, goodie bags and prizes were provided by several event sponsors. At the end of the day one lucky participant, Angela, won a drawing for a Glock pistol. She echoed a sentiment shared by many ladies throughout the day: “Quite honestly, I didn’t think I was going to enjoy myself as much as I did. I am definitely hooked!”
Ladies Day was made possible by our sponsors and the over 100 volunteers who served in positions from instructors and safety officers to lunch and parking crew. A message from our Ladies Day Coordinator, George Rutherford:
I would like to thank Mick, Ernie, Alison and all the volunteers for a great Ladies Day 2014. All of you are the ones who make each and every Ladies Day a huge success. Thank you!
Stay tuned for more photos, coming soon! Meanwhile, if you attended Ladies Day, please share your photos on our CFRPC Facebook page!
- Thank you to our sponsors:
- Smith & Wesson
- Florida Sport Shooting Association
- East Orange Shooting Sports
- Florida Division of Emergency Management
As always happens, life gets in the way of the best laid plans of mice and (wo)men. We have had a small number of cancellations for Ladies' Day. We expect a few more between now and April 2, the last day for cancellations with refunds. In an effort to be as fair as possible, we have turned off registration for Ladies' Day. The registration system will be turned back on at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 3. Any available slots will be sold at that time. These sales will be final - there will be no refunds available.
So, if you missed out on getting a spot for Ladies' Day, CLICK HERE on April 3rd at 10:00 a.m., and you might just get a spot!
Ladies' Day registration is now closed. Over 350 spots sold out in a record five days!
We look forward to a great event on April 5!
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