The Board of Trustees establishes the number of members permitted, with ceilings on both Associate and Senior membership.
Applications for club membership may be submitted at any time. If there are no slots available, they will be placed on a waiting list and considered in the order received.
Once membership is accepted, a new member orientation will be arranged, at which time the initial dues are required.
Application forms are available in PDF format by selecting the option above.
Although many events are open to the public, the Oklahoma City Gun Club
is a private club.
The Board of Trustees sets the ceiling on membership slots, and there
are periodically waiting lists. That said, the best way to become
a member is to submit an application – sooner, rather than later – and
get on the request list.
A copy of the application form is available for download. To access the form, select the link to the left. The form is in PDF format, which is a broadly used format. If for some reason you do not have the Reader installed on your computer, it is available free from Adobe Systems; see the Acrobat Reader icon below. The form should be mailed to the address identified on the form.
Membership dues the first year are $230 - $180 annual dues and $50 initiation fee. New members will begin as Associate members. Dues will depend on whether you complete a workday during the year. A workday can be anything from helping with a match on one of the ranges to cutting brush and mowing. The club has several scheduled work days during the year and the various Divisions schedule workdays for just their range. You are responsible for making arrangements and completing your workday obligation.
A list of scheduled workday events can be found here.
After you have been a member for two years, you will have an option for different types of membership:
1. Associate: Dues are $180.00 without a workday, or $100 with one.
2. Senior: Senior membership doesn’t have anything to do with your age. A Senior Member may hold office and may vote in elections. To become a Senior Member, you must be recommended by another Senior Member and pay a one-time fee of $100.00. You will be given a stock certificate that can be turned in should you leave the club and the $100.00 will be returned. Dues are $170.00 without a work day, or $90 with one.
We do not have a Family Membership, but if your spouse, son or daughter accompany you while you are on the range, that is fine. They must shoot from your firing point and they may not come to the club without you.
The club publishes an electronic newsletter monthly that contains information on upcoming events, match results and general club information. In cases where members are unable to get it online -- for example, no internet access -- it is mailed to them. This newsletter also contains the names and phone numbers for all of the Division Chairpersons and Board Members so that you may contact them for information or to schedule your workday. There are a lot of different disciplines represented at our club and we invite you to come out to a match for a discipline your not familiar with to see what the other folks do. We think you’ll enjoy yourself.
The Club maintains a calendar of events on this website. It represents the most current information we have available. The newsletter calendar is a copy of that calendar as of a week or so before the newsletter goes to press. For the most current information available, check the online calendar.