Welcome to NIRPC
The Northern Illinois Rifle and Pistol Club (NIRPC) is a not-for-profit club that was formed approximately 60 years ago. The club is managed by a group of Officers and a Board of Directors. The club works with Boy Scouts, 4-H, local units of government, as well as being affiliated with the National Rifle Association, Illinois State Rifle Association, and the Civilian Marksmanship Program. NIRPC is proud of its tradition of Community Service and Education. Club Membership is private and the Club maintains a limited membership. New members are added monthly as openings become available. All members must belong to the National Rifle Association. Our members enjoy informal plinking and target shooting with with a variety of special competition events. The shooting facilities are open to Club members and invited guests on a daily basis.
For information about joining, details are on the About page or, you may download an application below and join the NRA or ISRA and the following links:
You may download an application. Depending on your browser settings, you may have to save it to your PC and open the document with Acrobat Reader to receive the fillable file. NIRPC Membership Application
Membership in NIRPC also requires individuals are members of either the National Rifle Association (NRA) or the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA). Below are links to these organizations to assist in joining.
- 2023 Membership Renewals – 12/19/2022January starts the renewal period for 2023 NIRPC membership. A few members have asked about why they need to supply the renewal form and not just a check for the dues if they are LIFE members of the NRA. Well, we don’t necessarily keep every renewal form submitted! People change their address, eMail address, or…
- Great Harrison Road updates this year.Look at the New, Awesome Cement Work done at the Harrison Road Range this week. The cement got sealed as well.
- Work Begins at Lindenwood Rd. RangeOver the past couple of weeks a significant volume of dirt has been moved at the old quarry. The first week involved a 5-3/4 yard wheeled end loader moving piles and opening up the entrance road. The second week we had a large dozer leveling things out and began building berms.