Hello all and welcome to the interwebs home of the Greenway Shooting Range.
We are in winter mode and as such, the range will is open quite a bit.
Leagues have started, the biathlon people are shooting, 4H is shooting, and the CCW classes have returned!!
Please click THE RANGE CALENDAR to get the most current schedule for the range
The Greenway Range is showing the Manhattan Wildlife Association Orientation video. It's about a 10 minute video that you'll be able to view at the range and get your card punched.
Times and dates are listed on the THE RANGE CALENDAR .
Women's nite are well attended. We will shoot next on 20 Feb 2017 from 7 pm to 8.30 pm!!!!!!
Please come and shoot with us, .22 pistol would be preferable but if you don't have one, bring what you have.
The Match Results page have the results of the January Monthly match as well as the January/February BUG matches.
Please check the RANGE CALENDAR for the most up to date schedule
The range is usable by shooters using firearms in PISTOL CALIBERS: such as 22, 32, 380, 9mm, 38 special, 40, 44 special and 45.
Velocity not to exceed 1400 feet per second
Bullets: Lead, copper clad/plated, or frangible (ALL .22 LR ammunition is acceptable. 17 rimfires are not, see below)
NO JACKETED AMMUNITION!
This means NO FMJ, Hollowpoints, Soft Points or Half-Jacketed bullets.
Generally, commerical ammo you purchase at the local sporting goods stores is not usable in our range unless it says, on the box, PLATED or Full Lead.
If you reload, please use lead bullets or buy plated bullets from places like Berry's, Rainier Bullets or The Bullet Works.
Range officers may check your ammo before you shoot and not allow in jacketed ammo.
We do have ammo for sale for use in the range. Ammo Prices
We do not have firearms available for rent at this time. Sorry.
Welcome to the Bozeman Rifle and Pistol Club
Annual membership fee: $35
Memberships run October to October
Memberships are FAMILY memberships.
Member Shooting: $5/visit
Non-member Shooting: $10/visit
Pistol Targets: $1 for 7
Membership prices and the shooting costs haven't gone up in over 12 years.