The Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club was founded in 1932, by the same people who build Hoover Dam, as a non-profit club.
The range features a Courtesy Range open to for use by limited membership on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturdays, Sundays between 8 AM and 4 PM. The Courtesy Range has 10 shooting bays and 2 shotgun stations. All shooters must provide their own targets, ammunition, firearms safety gear and etc.
The Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club member range features 9 shooting bays and a silhouette range with targets from 200 to 800 meters that are open 7 days a week to members and their guests, events permitting.
The Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club known distance rifle range is used strictly for club sponsored events with firing lines at 200, 300, 600, 800, 900 and 1,000 yards.
Directions to The Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club
From I-215/I-515 proceed south 4.3 miles on I-515 (93/95) to Veterans Memorial Blvd. This is the first stop light coming into Boulder City. Turn right and go south for 0.8 miles to Adams Blvd. This is the first stop light on Veterans Memorial Blvd. Turn left and go 2.3 miles to Utah Street. This is the third stop sign on Adams Blvd. Turn right and go 0.9 miles to range turn off on the right just before the landfill. Follow the road 0.8 miles to the transmission line towers.
The Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club range does not have a street address, these coordinates will locate the range via Goggle Earth and other GPS systems:
35° 57’ 16.49? North by 114° 47’ 56.34? West. The GPS coordinates are 35.952867, -114.797355.