The Bozeman Rifle Club at the Greenway Range
It is now "summer" and so we are on the summer schedule for open shooting. Thursdays and some Sundays.
Please check the RANGE CALENDAR for the most up to date schedule
Please note: on Sunday open shooting, if no one shows up within the first 20-30 minutes, the range officer may leave. If you are planning on showing up late, try calling the RO and letting them know.
The membership cost is 45 dollars a year.
The cost for non-members to use the range
Per visit costs for members is still 5 dollars. For non-members, the cost is 12 dollars.
The membership year now runs Jan-Dec,
If you enjoy shooting and using the Greenway Range, it is important that the county commissioners know that you appreciate the opportunity to use the Greenway Range.
Please check the RANGE CALENDAR for the most up to date schedule on when we are open. Basically, Thursday evenings are pretty much all that is on through October/November.
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.
Welcome to the Bozeman Rifle and Pistol Club
Annual membership fee: $45
Memberships run January to December
Memberships are FAMILY memberships.
Member Shooting: $5/visit
Non-member Shooting: $12/visit
Pistol Targets: $1 for 7
Membership prices and the shooting costs see a slight increase this year, the first increase in over at least 15 years.