Nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks, just minutes north of Saratoga Springs, SaraSpa Rod and Gun Club exists to provide its members with a high-quality and varied sporting experience. Please take a few minutes, browse our site, and see what we have to offer. Also, be sure to visit the Calendar and various Events Pages for photos and video of activities.
Saraspa Rod and Gun Club is excited to start taking in new members.
Currently we have opened up New Member Orientation dates for Apr/May/Jun. More dates will be announced in the future. Classes are limited and are on a first come, first serve basis. Participation in an online orientation class is required for new members. Classes are on 4/16/22 8:30am, 5/14/22 8:30am and 6/18/22 8:30am. These classes will disappear when they fill up or by the deadline dates that appear on the link, whichever is sooner. If you find none listed, please check back on our website as there will be new dates added soon.
To sign up for any available class, click here to complete the application and payment. Payment must be completed at the time of application. We can't hold spots and applications submitted without payment will be deleted from our system. Once application and payment is made, you will receive an email with instructions on how to complete the photo process so your membership ID badge can be prepared. This step must be completed within 24 hours of application so make sure to check your spam mail.
SaraSpa offers family membership pricing. Each class date includes regular membership and a Spouse/Legal Domestic partner link. To sign up as a spouse/legal domestic partner you must be a spouse/legal domestic partner to a current member or a new full price member who has already signed up, paid and is joining with you.
Regular member pricing is $255 for the first year including an orientation fee, range maintenance fee and one year of membership. Spouse/legal domestic partners pricing is $192.50 the first year including the fees mentioned above and half price membership. Dues are $125/$62.50 respectively each year thereafter.
Membership Renewals for Current Members
Membership renewal notices have been emailed to all members. The membership year begins on October 1 of each year and ends on September 30 of the following year. Dues are payable by October 1, 2021. It is the member's responsibility to renew their membership whether they receive a renewal notice or not. You can download a copy of the renewal application and waiver here. You can also renew online by logging in and clicking on the "View Profile" link next to your name. This will take you to your Membership Profile. There is a "Renew to 10/1/22" link about halfway down the page which will bring you to the renewal payment page. Memberships which are not renewed by October 31st will be terminated. Former members may apply for membership when new member applications are accepted.
Refund and Cancellation Policy:
Member Login Information
Members can log in to renew their membership using a credit or debit card and to view and update their member profile. To login, you must use the email address you provided to us. To log in for the first time, enter your email address and select forgot password. You will receive an email with instructions how to create a new password and login. . If your email address has changed you can notify us via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Precision Pistol (Bullseye) Shooting Clinic
See what it is about to shoot at targets, from 50 feet in the indoor range, to score 300.
Learn about the discipline, the firearms used, and the procedures used.
It can be very challenging, and will help you learn the skills of hand gun shooting.
Understanding trigger control, shooting stance, following range commands, and safely shooting with a group. NRA range safety officers run the course of fire. Also how to score your and others targets.
Three courses of fire are, slow fire-10 shots fired in 10 minutes. Timed fire -2 five shot strings fired in 20 seconds each, Rapid fire – 2 strings of fire shot in 10 seconds each.
A .22 caliber pistol, semi-auto, with at least 2-5 magazines, is used. And minimum of 50 – 100 rounds of .22 caliber ammo. Red dot sights, and pistol scopes are used, but open sights also work.
Most commonly used ammo, is a 40grain bullet, standard velocity, but whatever you have to start, can work. Standard velocity is best for accuracy.
Pistols used are Ruger, Smith and Wesson, Buckmark and so on. There are many brands of Target Pistols used, and all price ranges.
Cost to shoot, depending on the matches shot, are from $3.00-$5.00 dollars per night, targets included. Every Monday is “Bullseye night” starting from 6pm till approx. 9pm
To make an appointment, call or e-mail Frank 518-423-2405 or email@example.com.
First clinic Monday evening , March 28,2022 , 6pm.
The indoor range is now completely open!
The sign-in book has been moved back into the clubhouse. Please watch the video on how to operate the automatic target retriever before using the indoor range.
Your badge is needed to enter the indoor range now.
NEW - 2022 Guest Waivers Required
Each year, a completed and signed guest waiver is required for all guests and family members present on SaraSpa property. Waiver forms are located near the sign- in book. Waivers are good for the entire calendar year. Also, all guests other than members' spouses and children under 18 years of age are required to pay a guest fee. Members are responsible for assuring that waivers are completed and that guest fees are paid as well as assuring that guests follow all Standard Operating Procedures and Range Rules.
In addition to regularly scheduled closures for recurring , activities such as IDPA, Bullseye, CCW Qualifiers and Women's Programs ranges are occasionally closed for club events. Following is a list of upcoming event related closures
Check the calendar for scheduled closures
Help Maintain the Club
In light of our growing membership and the subsequent increased use of the club ranges, members are reminded of the need to keep the club’s facilities in order. To support and provide a safe and clean environment for everyone it is imperative that all members and leagues leave the ranges in the order in which they found them. It is expected that all equipment be returned to its original space after use. For example, tables, archery butts, signs, and backstop foam. Failure to return the club’s facilities to an orderly condition after use will result in action by the Board of Directors against the specific members/leagues involved.
Cardboard and targets that you hang should not be left on the range or placed in the trashcans. It should be carried out and placed in the dumpster located in the clubhouse parking lot.