The Coastal Georgia Gun Club was founded in 1978 and incorporated August 16, 1979. The Gisco-Range road property was purchased in 1992. Coastal Georgia Gun Club’s facilities and programs have been developed through member’s dedication, work and participation. The Club continues to be member managed, maintained and developed. Coastal Georgia Gun Club has no employees and no customers, only contributing members.Coastal
WE ARE A PRIVATE CLUB: The club is open to members and their guests only. If you are not a member, you can only be on the range under the direct supervision of a member. There are two exceptions to this. 1) Saturday mornings during matches, non-members may attend the matches to compete. Non-members cannot shoot on any other part of the range except under the supervision of the Match Director. 2) Non-members may attend work days on the 2nd Saturday to help with maintenance and meet club members who are out working. This is how you could potentially become a member if you do not know any current members. This is not a time the range is open for shooting though.
Unfortunately, there are no other public or pay ranges in the immediate area.
The mission of Coastal Georgia Gun Club is the encouragement of organized firearms shooting among citizens of the United States who reside in our community, with a view toward a better knowledge on the part of such citizens of the safe handling and proper care of firearms, as well as improved marksmanship. It shall be our further object and purpose to forward the development of those characteristics of honesty, integrity, good fellowship, self-discipline, pride, team play and self-reliance which are the essentials of good sportsmanship and the foundation of true patriotism.
Safety is, above all, the Primary concern of everyone at CGGC. CGGC is an unsupervised firing line, shooters must have safety foremost in mind.. No deviation from these safety rules will be permitted at any time. Deviation from these safety rules will result in immediate expulsion from the CGGC range. The following Safety rules and Range Protocols are intended to address all forms of shooting, including pistol, rifle and shotgun, both informally and in formal competition.
- Always keep a gun pointed in a safe direction.
- Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot (sites on your target).
- Always keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.
- Always treat the firearm as if it were loaded
- Know your target and what is beyond.
- No loaded firearm shall be left unattended while loaded.