LEYDEN RIFLE CLUB
- Leyden, Massachusetts -
"...the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
Directions to LRC
The LRC is located in Leyden, Massachusetts and is open all-year-round (winter weather providing).
LRC's annual memberships start January 1st through December 31st of every calendar year; membership to the Leyden Rifle Club is required and your membership must be current.
Currently, there are 4 types of memberships for the LRC:
Note that family memberships are NOT available from the Leyden Rifle Club.
Annual membership dues are currently $35.00 (cash or check accepted) for both new and renewing members; honorary memberships are free.
For renewing members: Dues, for the current year, must be paid starting January 1st. If your Email address, contact information, home address, etc., has NOT changed, a membership
application is not required; just mail-in your $35.00 annual dues. If any of your contact information
has changed, mail it to the LRC with any changes + your $35.00 annual dues.
NOTE: When filling out the Membership application, please PRINT LEGIBLY all the information and be sure to sign the application.
Be sure to include your current Email address in the LRC appplication form. Your current Email address is important as, from now on, important Club notices, newsletters, meetings, work parties, etc., will be sent to its members via Email.
Within 1-to-2 weeks, your current LRC membership card will be U.S. mailed to you.
ALWAYS CARRY YOUR LRC MEMBERSHIP CARD WITH YOU AT THE RANGES; YOU MAY (AND WILL) BE ASKED TO SHOW IT TO A CLUB OFFICER, IF REQUESTED.
All LRC members are obligated to volunteer a few hours of their time, during the calendar year, at our work parties
for: range clean-up, raking leaves, general maintenance, repairing targets, grass mowing, etc.
Lastly, there has been several inquiries to the LRC by gun dealers, gun shops, security agencies, paramilitary groups, etc., to conduct various training classes, live firing exercises, night training, etc. at the LRC's outdoor range.
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Sgt. Alvin York (right), World War 1 hero