San Leandro Junior Optimist Rifle Club
Marksmanship program for youth (10-20 years old). Safety is emphasized as youth learn to handle and shoot .22 caliber rifles following courses established by the NRA. Its purpose is to develop sportsmanship, discipline, and citizenship through the safe participation in the shooting sports. Please visit the junior club website at www.SLJORC.org for more information.
Saturday Night Steel shoot (SNSS)
Saturday Night Steel Shooting is where they get together after 5:00pm and shoot at steel reactive targets. They practice drawing from the holster and rapid firing at the before mentioned targets. They have their own NRA Certified Range Safety Officers on staff for safety. If this is something you feel like you may be interested in then please click on the link below for more information. They do their orientations for new shooters on the first and second Saturdays of the month only. These orientations are done on a first come first serve basis so show up at 4:30 if you can as they start shooting with their regular members at 5:00pm and space does fill up.
View the Saturday Night Steel Shoot Page
600x Northern California Rifle & Pistol League
The purpose of the league is to encourage participation in air sports and international air sports. It is also to encourage the youth of today to learn the sport and maybe turn their attention to the Olympic sports. The main purpose is to encourage participation, shoot economically, and improve one’s ability to make precise shots. The league currently meets on the third Sunday of each month from 9am - 2pm for meeting and competitions.
Visit the 600x League website: www.600xleague.org
Range Safety Card Program
This program has been suspended temporarily due to covid-19 restrictions.
Our range safety card program is designed to make sure that everyone on the range has read and knows the rules of our range. It is a thirty question multiple choice test that specifically goes over the safety policies of the San Leandro Rifle and Pistol Range only. It is free to take this test and it is open book (meaning we give you a sheet with the range rules on it). It takes most people 15 minutes or so to get through this test. It is not on basic handgun safety nor does any other certificate exempt you from the $10.00 penalty fee for not having this card (other than practicing law enforcement). Once you successfully pass the test, will be issued your card here at the range. So don't get caught having to pay an extra ten bucks, come on down and get the test done. We do the testing on Saturdays between 2:00pm to 9:00pm and Sundays between 9:00am to 4:00pm.