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.
Our 2013 Member of the Year is Karl Redinger.
Karl has spent many hours working to make our range better. He has served on the long range planning committee, and spent countless hours working on the back ranges. He has been the discipline director of the most popular discipline at the club. In that capacity he has raised money for several worthy charities. Karl is responsible for setting up the 3rd Annual Citrus Challenge, a Tier 3 Sanctioned Regional IDPA match held in November.
Karl was presented with the traditional Randall Made Knife at the annual club picnic in October. Congratulations, Karl!
Congratulations to team Two Yanks and a Brit II, winners of the fourth annual CFRPC Team Relay Challenge! The challenge took place on October 26, 2013 and winners were announced at the annual club picnic following the match.
The CFRPC Team Relay Challenge is a challenging match shot by three-member teams utilizing a variety of firearms at different distances. This year's challenge included a Sig Sauer 225 9mm semi-automatic pistol at steel plates from 10 yards to 25 meters; a 9mm semi-automatic rifle at steel targets from 30 yards to 100 meters; an 1874 Sharps black powder cartridge rifle at steel silhouette targets at a distance of 200 yards; and an S&W Model 629 revolver at a clay target array at 12 yards. All firearms were iron sights only and firing had to be completed within a time limit.
Two Yanks and a Brit II team members Scott White, Timothy Cuddihy & Steve Dormand won by a margin of nine points. Second place went to team BAM! with teams Big Damn Heroes and Nunes' Goons finishing out the field.
Appleseed Practice is a four-hour event that will normally run from 8AM to noon on the second Saturday of the month, on months when there is not an Appleseed event at the club. Thus, every month, there will be either an Appleseed event (two days) or an Appleseed Practice (one half day) event, probably the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Appleseed Practice is similar to the Multi-Gun Practice run by the CFMG discipline, except that the course of fire will be the Appleseed course of fire. Centerfire or rimfire rifles may be used. Appleseed Practice is $10 for CFRPC members and $15 for non-members. Come on out and see how well you can do against the Redcoats, work on your rifle marksmanship fundamentals, and see how you rank on the RWVA version of the Army Qualification Test.
What is Project Appleseed?
Appleseed is a program that instructs Americans on the traditional rifle marksmanship skills that have been passed down from generation to generation, along with reconnecting today's Americans with the people and events of the Founding era. Participants are taught fundamental rifle marksmanship skills that are to allow a Rifleman to be accurate out to 500 yards, with iron sights, standard rifle and surplus ammo. This is the traditional 'Rifleman's Quarter mile', which is an uniquely American Rifleman skill, that has been part of this nation from the very first days.
Most of the instruction at an Appleseed is conducted at 25 meters, at reduced size targets to simulate 100 to 500 yards. This well proven technique allows us to concentrate on the shooter's mechanics and less time walking a range. These foundational skills are not being passed on to future generations, and so Appleseeds are great for new or experienced shooters alike.
Our next Appleseed events will take place Saturday and Sunday, Nov 9-10 and Dec 14-15, at 8AM on the Leath Action Range Bay 10. To register, click here: https://appleseedinfo.org/search-states-display.php?qstate=FL&statename=Florida. For more info, visit appleseedinfo.org.
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