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Prospective Member Information

as of 10 Apr 2021




To join Tacoma Rifle and Revolver Club, prospective members must attend a new-member class.

Advance reservations are required to attend. Reservations open 30 days before a class.



New Member Class Dates

  • May 6, 6pm – Zoom Training; May 8, 2pm – Range Orientation (CLASS FILLED - no openings)

  • Jul 8, 6pm – Zoom Training; Jul 10, 2pm – Range Orientation (Reservations open Jun 10th)

  • Sep 10, 6pm – Zoom Training; Sep 11, 2pm – Range Orientation (Reservations open Aug 11th)

  • Nov 12, 6pm – Zoom Training; Nov 13, 2pm – Range Orientation (Reservations open Oct 13th)




How to Reserve a Spot in a New Member Class

With the current COVID-19 controls, prospective members must be able to:

  • Attend the classroom training online using Zoom, with both audio and video, at 6pm during the week prior to new member orientation at the club, as indicated above.

  • Pay online using a credit card. The invoice will be emailed to you after completion of the online training. Payment must be made before the in-person training.

  • Attend the in-person "small group" orientation and tour at the club.

E-mail membership@tacomarifle.org and provide the following information:

  • Full name (and spouse full name for family membership)

  • Address

  • Phone number

  • E-mail (use the e-mail where you want your dues invoice sent)

  • Brief summary of your shooting experience

  • Please indicate the date of the new member class and that you are able to attend

Note: For a family membership, both the prospective member and spouse must attend the new member class. The spouse will have his/her own badge and full use of club facilities.



Who May Join?

  • Membership in TRRC is open to U.S. citizens who are at least 18 years of age. Membership runs for one year from the date of joining.



Cost of Membership and How to Pay Mastercard

The cost for a new membership:

  • $75 - one-time initiation fee

  • $100 - annual membership dues

  • $60 + tax – Individual annual range-use fee

  • $90 + tax – Family annual range-use fee (member and spouse) *


* A family membership enables the spouse full use of club facilities for only $30 extra per year. Children can be guests of their parents any time, and are not included in the family membership.

** Until COVID-19 controls are resolved, we only accept payment by credit card online.



New Member Class Information

  • This class takes about one hour online and one hour at the club, and includes a walking tour of club facilities. Please dress for the weather.  If you are unable to walk the grounds, please indicate what assistance is required when you reserve your spot in the class.

  • Class begins promptly at the time indicated. If you arrive after the class starts, you will not be allowed into the class. Arrival about 10 to 15 minutes early is best.  Further instructions will be emailed to you several days before the class.

  • Prospective members will be required to provide photo identification and sign a statement that they are familiar with the basic rules of firearms safety and will follow TRRC rules and policies.

  • Dues and fees must be paid online after the Zoom training, before being allowed to enter the club for the in-person orientation.

  • New members are provided copies of the TRRC Range Rules.



TRRC Pistol Qualification Program


  • In order for any member to shoot a pistol anywhere at the Club (Main or Pistol Ranges), a member must complete the Pistol Qualification Program.

  • During the COVID-19 controls, pistol qualification is done in small groups.  Contact the club’s CRSO to schedule a time for your qualification.

  • The program involves a one hour classroom training session, held in the Club's classroom, followed by a shooting and gun handling test done at the Pistol Range. The shooting test is performed using your own pistol and ammunition. It involves loading and shooting a total of 10 rounds, in three separate stages. The member is evaluated on safe handling skills and the ability to hit a 2' by 2' target, placed at 15 yards, with all 10 rounds. The member must also demonstrate the ability to properly clear a jam or malfunction.

  • The shooting and gun handling test will be performed at the Pistol Range immediately after the classroom training.  NRA certified firearms instructors will be available at the Pistol Range during this time to provide assistance and training to members. This instruction is available to members before they attempt qualification, if they desire, or if questions arise during their shooting test.



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