North Valley Sportsman Club 2023 Events 

The new membership year will start on June 1, 2024
The combination changes too
If you don't have the new combination please contact
Neil Baumann at

Winter 2024 Rifle Shoots

NOTE: Entry Fee is $1 per match
Military Rifle Shoots (Sundays)
January 7, 2024
February 4, 2024
March 3, 2024
Any military rifle made 1950 or earlier with metalic sights (no scopes)

Sporting Rifle Shoots (Sundays)
January 21, 2024
February 18, 2024
March 17, 2024
Any rifle made post 1950 with metalic sights (no scopes), 6mm or larger

Shoot starts at 1:00 PM (at 11:00 AM on February 2nd, Super Bowl Sunday)
Gong targets at 100 yds
All shots from off-hand position, no slings or rifle rests
if temperature is below 20, match will be cancelled

For more info call Frank Sedivy at 892-4072
or John Korpi 471-5140


TBD 2024
 TBD, 2024

On March 18, 2023 the range will be hosting an Appleseed shoot, open to both the public and range members (non-members pay extra $5 range fee).
Discount for active duty military, active duty law enforcement, elected officials, and youth
Event held on one of the pistol ranges
Time: 0830 to 1630 each day
Who we are
Appleseed is a nationwide 501(c)3 education non-profit, focused on teaching the finest fundamentals of rifle marksmanship and American history

Marksmanship Component

The marksmanship component is centered around the Rifleman's Quarter Mile: if you can see it with the naked eye, you should be able to hit it. From 0-400 yards, with open sights, rack grade rifle, and surplus ammo, without bench rest or bipod. To that end we teach the skills Riflemen of this country have used for generations: the 6 steps to firing the shot, natural point of aim, proper sling use, range estimation, and wind doping.  That said, the shooting on the scheduled dates will take place at 25 yards, at scaled down targets to allow for more time for instruction and shooting, so while you can bring any rifle/sighting system you like, most folks will be using semi-auto .22's.

American History Component

The American History component consists of stories told throughout the weekend that focus on the events of April 19th, 1775, the first battle of Lexington and Concord, the events that preceded it, and the consequences of that fateful day. We'll discuss the choices and sacrifices made by the founding generation, and what could inspire a bunch of farmers, blacksmiths, and shopkeepers to stand up to the most powerful army in the world, and what caused them to win the day.

Who Can Come

We welcome families and all ages safe to handle a rifle with supervision, and shooters of all experience levels. We are a non-partisan, non-political organization (a good way to introduce your non-shooting friends/family/co-workers to safe firearms handling and give them an appreciation for our shared heritage).

How to Participate

For more info, pricing, and to register, go to
For questions, email or call 260-8297
Sponsored by the Revolutionary War Verterans Association

 Spring 2023 Rifle Shoots

To be Announced

Black Powder Cartridge Shoot
Sight-in takes place from 1000 to 1200
Shoot starts at noon, 40 shot match with targets at 100 to 465 yards
For more info call Frank Sedivy at 892-4072

Egg Shoots

To be announced
The Club is looking for someone to run some Egg Shoots
If interested call Bob Smith at

For information on all shoots
Call Frank Sedivy at 406-892-4072
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Updated Novemer 25, 2023

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