The Eustis Gun Club
Central Florida's Best Outdoor Shooting Range
Why is the Eustis Gun Club the best outdoor shooting range in Central Florida?
We have facilities for various shooting disciplines for all ages, including pistol ranges (Pocket Berms), rimfire rifle ranges out to 50 yards, long-distance rifles out to 100 yards, a 200-meter rifle range, and shotgun ranges for automated trap & skeet, and sporting clays.
Our Facilities are family-friendly; we have a welcoming environment for seasoned professionals and new users.
The Eustis Gun Club is member-only outdoor shooting range. That allows us to provide high standards, training, and screening, before welcoming you into the shooting range.
Oak trees and roofed structures provide shade to most of our shooting ranges.
Our family membership fees are very affordable at $250.00 annually.
Our outdoor shooting range facility spans over 23 acres in beautiful Tavares, Lake County, Florida.
Most of all, our members say we are the best outdoor shooting range in Central Florida, and some say we are the best family-friendly range. Please browse our site, see what we offer, and consider applying for membership with the Eustis Gun Club outdoor shooting range.
Eustis Gun Club
Youth Trap Shooting
the OFFICIAL youth program of the
Amateur Trapshooting Association
Academics Integrity Marksmanship (AIM)
Not just a sport but a program to help youth become better Americans. Our coaches are trained to ensure participants maintain their ACADEMIC standing and ensure INTEGRITY through the sport and the daily actions of its youth members. MARKSMANSHIP comes with dedication, practice, and a desire to become better than we are today.
Eustis Gun Club has youth, adult, specialty, and league groups at our outdoor shooting range, allowing something for everyone in the family. Kids can enjoy trap and skeet with peers their age.
Eustis Gun Club, Central Florida's Best Outdoor Shooting Range, has amazing adult programs that will keep your skills as sharp as your attire.
Cowboy Action Shooting
Cowboy action shooting (CAS, also known as western action shooting, single action shooting, or cowboy 3-gun) is a competitive shooting sport that originated in Southern California in the early 1980s. Cowboy action shooting is practiced in many places with several sanctioning organizations, including the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS), Western Action Shootists Association (WASA), and National Congress of Old West Shooters (NCOWS), as well as others in the U.S. and other countries. CAS is a type of multi-gun match utilizing a combination of handgun(s), rifle, or shotgun in various "Old West-themed" courses of fire for time and accuracy. Participants must dress in an appropriate theme or era "costume" and use gear and accessories as mandated by the respective sanctioning group rules.
The International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) is the governing body of a shooting sport that simulates self-defense scenarios and real-life encounters. It was founded in 1996 as a response to the desires of shooters worldwide. The organization now boasts a membership of more than 20,000, including members in 50 foreign countries. One of the unique facets of this sport is that it is geared toward the new or average shooter yet is fun, challenging, and rewarding for the experienced shooter. The founders developed the sport so practical gear and guns could be used competitively. An interested person can spend a minimal amount on equipment and still be competitive. The main goal is to test the skill and ability of the individual, not equipment or gamesmanship. “Competition only” equipment is not permitted in this sport.
Shotgun Sports consist of four disciplines at Eustis Gun Club, Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays, and Five Stand. Member pricing for Trap and Skeet is $5 per round of 25, and Sporting Clays and Five Stand is $6 per round of 30 birds. Guest fees are $10 and $7 per round; the guest fee is payable to the Match Director before the shoot. As with all our scheduled shoots, you must arrive 30 minutes before the posted start times. Along with our scheduled group shoot, we offer Automated Trap and Skeet. See the RSO on duty; he will issue a shoot card and open the Trap or Skeet field for you. 100 = $20 250 = $50 500 = $100 Shotgun Shoot Schedule: 9 AM Monday Sporting Clays (Practice) 9 AM Tuesday Sporting Clays 5 PM Tuesday (4H Shoot) 9 AM Wednesday Sporting Clays (Practice) 6:30 PM Wednesday Night Skeet 8:30 AM Thursday Five Stand 6-8 PM ATA Trap League 9 AM Trap and Skeet Pat Christensen 315-727-2359 firstname.lastname@example.org
The “Skunk Skinners” group has been holding muzzleloader / black powder shoots since 1981. The shoots are held the 1st Sunday of every month except July, when no match is offered. Registration is from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM. The shoot begins immediately after the safety briefing at 8:00 AM and concludes by noon. The Eustis Gun Club is a National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association charter member.
EGC hosts a monthly Service Firearms Shoot we are trying to make more appealing to members, their families, and guests. We aim to have fun shooting Military Service Rifles & Pistols with other members. Please take a couple of minutes to read this and consider joining us whenever you can. Members and guests interested in participating in the event are welcome and encouraged to join in the fun! * There are two Classes of Service Rifles. Vintage (M1 Garand and older) & Modern (M14 and newer, including AR platform) * Service Pistols will be part of the activity and will be shooting from 25 yards. See details about pistols below. The cost is FREE if you do not shoot in a match and use your targets. If shooting in a match, there is a $5.00 fee for each relay you shoot. The fee covers the cost of targets, awards, and other expenses. However, due to space constraints, paying participants have priority over shooting positions. Mentoring is available! All of us were inexperienced shooters at one time, and even the most experienced shooters look to others for help. Some of our experienced shooters will remain after the shoot to help anyone (including teens and family members) with fundamentals like posture, position, sight alignment, and sight picture, answer any questions, and point out anything that would help. For more information, please contact: Frank Aponte, Service Firearms Match Coordinator email@example.com
ARA .22 Bench Rest
Benchrest shooting is a shooting sport that demands high accuracy while shooting at stationary paper targets at a fixed distance. Measurements are taken in Minutes of Angle (MOA). The rifles used in Benchrest competitions ride on a front and rear rest. The rests sit on a table or bench, hence the "Benchrest." The shooter sits at the bench, in distinction to other shooting disciplines, where the shooter holds and aims the rifle without a rest. The Benchrest shooter must read range conditions (wind speed and direction, light, atmospheric conditions like humidity and barometric pressure) and adjust the point of aim to compensate for variables. Due to advances in the manufacturing and assembly of modern rifles, most modern rifles will outperform their operator. This is the challenge of shooting. Tuning your rifle, formulating and tuning your ammo, breathing, trigger control, following through, learning to read the wind, and adjusting for range variables all contribute to an exciting day at a match and the overall challenge presented to the shooter. Questions related to Benchrest shooting events should be directed to: John Young, ARA .22 MATCH DIRECTOR EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org