The Shooting Sports at Their Best!

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Welcome to

Ontario Rod & Gun Club

     Ontario Rod & Gun Club is a premier range located on 80+ acres in the Town of Ontario, just east of the City of Rochester in the Great Lakes Region of Western New York. The range sits in the rural community, once called the “Town of Freedom,” settled in 1807 on the southern edge of Lake Ontario. It is home to apple orchards, small farms and people who love country life.

     ORGC is one of the area’s oldest sport shooting clubs, with a rich history of Civilian Marksman Programs, trap, rifle and fishing interests, dating back to the 1950s. It’s a growing and  active club.  Our membership is diverse mix of men and women of all ages, professions and socio-economic levels, all of whom enjoy sporting firearms and their Second Amendment Rights. There is something for everyone. 

     We offer a Youth Program, Tuesday Night Open Trap, Weekly and Monthly USPSA pistol competitions, monthly rifle matches, host the New York State High School Clay Target League, partner with the RIT ROTC AF Cadets,   Inland Waters Clay Target League,  Ontario Women’s League of Shooters (OWLS), Civilian Marksmanship Program, 3 Gun Nation matches, host hunter safety training and a variety of training programs for firearm enthusiasts, and beautiful, well-kept ranges for members to enjoy.

     We have a generous community outreach consisting of annual veterans fundraiser events with 100% of the proceeds going to local veterans.

ORGC Ranges 

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ORGC is situated on 80+ acres in a agricultural, rural residential area of Ontario, New York.

ORGC is a private, members only club, not open to the public unless specified for specific events.

All ranges are outdoors. We have no  indoor ranges.

Eagles Range (ER):   Open for member use. Used for competition/matches.  Covered shoot house with benches for firearms. Target stands and holders available. 

Training Range (TR):  Used for private event training. Used for competition/matches.  

Rifle Range/Long Range (LR): (black line) Open to member use. The Far end is used for competitions/matches at which time the range is closed.  Distances are 50, 100 & 200 yards.

Rifle Range/Long Range (LR): (black line): Open to member use. The far end is used for matches. Distances are 50, 100 & 200 yards. Covered shoot house with sitting, prone and kneeling position areas. 

West Bay and East Bay: Used for club sanctioned matches and closed to general member use.

Trap Fields:  Used for open trap (open to the public) member use and matches. Trap field is closed during competition/matches using the West Bay and East Bay. 

Archery Range: Located east of the trap fields in the woods. 50 and 75 yard targets. 

During club sanctioned matches, specific areas are closed to member use due to safety, and will be noted  well in advance of the event on the club calendar and Scatter Sheet Events Page when possible.

Check the schedule before you venture out to the range.

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Hello Ladies! 

NOTE:  We are in a holding pattern due to the availability of ammunition. Everyone is being cautious of how they use ammunition.  We will let you know when we are back in action!  Until then, DRY FIRE.  


Ontario Women's League of Shooters, or OWLS, is a 'meet up' informal practice session for a select group of women. The goal is to give women a time to practice skills they've learned but have neglected to keep sharp. 

To participate you must fall within this guidelines:

  • ORGC women members only—age 21 and up

  • Not for people brand new to shooting.

  • Pistols only at this time.

  • No extra cost because you are an ORGC member

  • You must have taken an NRA Pistol Shooting or similar pistol course with proof

  • You must have taken a range orientation safety course for shooting with groups.

  • Be able to manage your shooting equipment independently (pistol, ammo, target etc.) So, start thinking about what you learned.

  • We will have a Chief Range Officers supervising our practice sessions.

  • Other learning opportunities outside the practice will be available.


Please contact me if you are interested, provide your full name and phone, and the day/time you can fit into your schedule. It going to be fun!    Frankie LaMarca


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Chairman Steve Verdi – (585)739-3195

  • Immediate need or emergency

  • Club Policies, Range Rules

  • General questions


Communication Director – Frankie LaMarca

  • Scatter Sheet Newsletter  

  • Advertising in the Scatter Sheet or Website

  • Website questions


Membership Director – Pete Sundquist –

  • Joining ORGC

  • Membership – new or renewal

  • FOB issues


The best time to visit ORGC 

  • Tuesday Nights from 5-8 during Open Trap. Members are in the clubhouse and may be able to answer your questions.

  • Saturday from  9-3 when you’ll find most of our officers. They’ll be happy to talk to you and give you a tour. 



Club Range Hours

           Subject to Changes                                                                 


9 a.m. to Sunset 


     10 a.m. to Sunset 



Noon—4 p.m.  

Holidays are New Years Day, Easter Day, Thanksgiving Day &  Christmas Day

New Member


3rd Saturday

Every Month


3rd Thursday


General Membership

7:30 p.m.

January, March, May,

July, September,



Board Of Directors

7:30 p.m.

February, April, June, August,

October, December

2523 Trimble Road

Ontario, New York 14519