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.

CFR&PC CLOSED 11/30 - 12/4

The Central Florida Rifle and Pistol Club will be closed from Monday, November 30 through Friday, December 4 for lead removal.  We intend to open for the weekend of December 5 and 6, but may need to close again starting on Monday, December 6 to complete the work.

We have attempted to have the lead removed from our firing range berms about every five years.  The accumulated lead (you do shoot a lot of it!) poses an increasing risk of ricochets, and may present some environmental exposure.  (We manage the migration of lead from our property by monitoring and controlling the acidity of the ground, but removing excess lead can only help.)  This action is a component of our Environmental Plan, required by Florida statutes.

The work is dangerous (it exposes hazardous materials, i.e., lead) and would place the workers at risk if we were firing on the ranges (they climb on top of the berms).  The Executive Committee has made the decision that the work is important and urgent, and can only be performed safely by closing the property.

This message has been posted on the Club web site and on the web site calendar, and has been sent to every member for whom we have an email address.  We will use the web site (www.cfrpc.com) to update status as the work proceeds, and we will send another email if the work is delayed into the second week.

I hope you will all understand the need for this work and be tolerant and patient as we work through the disruption of your access to our facilities.

Mick Langfield

Mowing of Berms - All Ranges

In preparation of the lead removal later in this month or early next month, all of the berms on all of the ranges will be mowed over the next two to three days - Monday November 23 through Wednesday November 25.  This wioll require that each rtange be closed for portions of that period.  Please be patient while we work through this.


Member of the Year 2015

DSC 1839eCongratulations to Mark Fuller (pictured above, left), the 2015 Member of the Year!

Mark's work over and above his official responsibilities have helped bring the Club's administrative functions to a professional level which equal or exceed organizations with full time IT staff.  He dedicated countless hours building the Club's second generation database, and continues to work on and improve the finished product.  His contributions to the operation of the Club are amongst the most significant, even if they are not readily apparent to many members.

The Club also thanks Gary Randall of Randall Made Knives for the donation of a beautiful Model 4 Small Game and Skinner Knife with a Stag Handle that was presented to Mark at the picnic.


Team Relay Champions 2015!

DSC 1837eCongratulations to The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Neil Saville, Steve Richardson and Tom Wagner (pictured above, l-r), the winning team of this year's Team Relay Challenge.  The match was sold out with six teams competing.  Everyone who participated had a great time.

The results were:

1. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Neil Saville, Tom Wagner and Steve Richardson
2. 3 Fat Guys: David Cloutier, Allen Holmes and Morgan Goring
3. Two Yanks and a Brit IV: Scott White, Timothy Cuddihy and Steve Dormand
4. Big Damn Heroes: Audrey Russell, Scott Russell and Kevin Rice
5. Ladies Day Dames: Pam Capers, Theresa Myers, Jacki Skelton
6. 3 Amigos: Luis Soler, Tom Hernandez and Fred Hernandez

Thanks to the match staff: Dick DiVittorio (Match Director), Mick Langfield, Peter Young, Bob Hunt, Bill Miller, Robert Vogel, Karl Redinger, Terrell Yon, Dennis Gagnon, Matt Vogelpohl, Chris Wilson, Joe Kinsley & Michael Downing.


Lost & Found

We have recovered several items of lost property.  If you lost an item at the range, please e-mail Mick Langfield, or if you cannot reach him by e-mail, call him at 407-737-3678.