Livermore Pleasanton Rod & Gun Club Family friendly trap, rifle, pistol, and archery ranges 4000 Dagnino Rd Livermore, California, 94588 925 449 8780 info@lprg.org

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find answers to many of the frequently asked question.
If you don’t see your question answered, or you need more information, please contact us. 
Please note that we will be adding more FAQs over the coming months.

General Questions

What is the cost of membership?

The initiation fee is $50 and annual dues are $150.
Dues are paid yearly and members shoot at reduced rates.
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How do I become a member?

To apply for membership, download the Associate Membership Application, print it out and complete all questions, sign and date it, and bring it along with your initiation fee and annual dues (a total of $200) to one of the monthly LPR&G Club Board of Directors Meetings, which are held on the third Monday of each month at 7 PM in the Clubhouse.  More Information

Do you rent firearms?

No – the club does not any firearms for rent.

Do you have firearms training classes?

The club has regular firearms training classes which are provided by third parties.

Rifle – Pistol Range Questions

Do you rent firearms?

No – the club does not any firearms for rent.

What are the rules regarding minors / children?

Livermore Pleasanton Rod and Gun Club has adopted the following age requirements and rules.

  • All shooters and Adult supervision must pay associated fees regardless of whether you are shooting or not.
  • One shooting bench will be assigned to one Adult with minor or minors.
  • Minors under 6 years of age are not allowed on range.
  • All Minors will be under direct supervision of a parent, grandparent or guardian the entire time that the Minor is using a firearm. Minors are not allowed to roam the Range area without Adult supervision (no exceptions will be allowed).

Age for use of firearms (no exceptions will be allowed).

  • 6 to 8 Years of Age – BB Rifle or Airsoft Only
  • 8 to 10 Years of Age – Rimfire Rifle Only (17hmr or 22)
  • 11 to 12 Years of Age – Rimfire or Centerfire Rifle
  • 13 to 17 Years of Age – Rifles or Handguns (see Note 1)
  • 18 and older – No Restrictions

Note 1: Minor and Adult must be on same shooting station. One Adult can supervise no more than two shooting stations. Adults with Minors are responsible for the actions of the minors on the range. Minors that are handling firearms unsupervised will be asked, along with the Adult to leave the range, no refund will be given.