Chatuge Gun Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 86  
Hiawassee, GA 30546

Most events are offered at no cost to the shooter either member or non-member however, in some cases a small fee is charged
The Chatuge Gun Club has over 25 Certified NRA Instructors within its membership.  These dedicated Trainers can afford
ongoing opportunities for novice as well as experienced shooters to further their knowledge and skills within the various shooting
disciplines.  Our Range Officer as well as any of the Club Officers can guide you to the particular training you desire.
We also have an Airgun Program during the cooler winter months.  We present "clinics" as well as scored matches for both 10
meter air rifle and air pistol competition.  Click on the "Airgun Program" navigation bar for more details.

Except for days when organized matches are conducted, there is no Range Officer present at the range.  Members must
maintain safe range procedures by following range rules as posted.

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Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month. The next meeting will be
18 July 2017 at 7:00 pm at the Towns County Civic Center, 67 Lakeview
Circle (upper level), next to the Library  in Hiawassee.
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The Chatuge Gun Club Range is located in Towns County Georgia approximately 3 miles from the
located on United States Forest Service property and operates under a Special Use Permit since 1981.  
This Special Use Permit with Chatuge Gun Club allows public use the second Sunday of each month
from 1:30-3:30pm.  Call a club officer, Monday - Friday from 10am until 4pm or contact by email, for more information.  Non club members need to be at the range by
1 pm for a short orientation on open range day.  
Read monthly club Newsletters on-line.

The range affords a 9-position, covered, concrete firing line with shooting benches.  Firearms may be
fired at distances varying from 7 yards to 100 yards by moving the target holders.  Shooters need to
plan to provide their own targets and staplers.  No exploding, tracer or any other incendiary ammunition
or target or situations that might cause a fire are allowed.  The range facilities are available for use by
Chatuge Gun Club members during daylight hours and is accessible by a key card issued upon joining
the club at a regularly scheduled monthly meeting; paying the dues as described in the "Dues Policies"
link on this website; and signing an agreement with the club to understand and obey ALL range rules as
set forth by the Chatuge Gun Club.
weekly basis and these competitions are
open to anyone wishing to participate as
long as basic range safety rules are
Reference the event
calendar link on this website for
match dates and times.

These matches vary and attempt to
provide a form of entertainment to satisfy
almost all types of firearms from muzzle
loaders to semi-auto loaders.

If you are not familiar with some of the
matches listed, please click on "Matches
& Results" for details.