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The Purdue Rifle and Pistol Club is offering you a chance to take your organization shooting! Through our exciting Safety Day program, you can expand your horizons as 20-35 of your members learn about firearm safety, handling, technique, and marksmanship, then spend two hours on the range with some of Purdue's top shooters supervising offering you their experience and knowledge. By request, we can also cover topics such as competitive shooting, how to choose and buy a firearm, firearm maintenance, handgun carry and self-defense concepts, and an overview of US firearm laws/politics. If you don't see something listed here that you'd like us to offer, just let us know and we'll see what we can do!

Make no mistake: this isn't a typical club practice! Your organization will have all our club resources and the undivided attention of our experienced members all to yourselves. Our practices are always open to new members, but only through the Safety Day program can you have the entire range to yourself, plus the guarantee that there will always be enough equipment to go around!

Safety Days are perfect for:
  • Clubs
  • Club Sports
  • Residence halls
  • Fraternities/sororities
  • Sports teams
  • Faculty/staff departments
  • Any other Purdue affiliated group or organization!

If you're a leader of your organization and think you might be interested, now's the time to start learning more and planning ahead! Contact the club at for more on pricing, scheduling, available equipment, terms, etc.

Disclaimers: Safety Day scheduling may be limited by the availability of the Armory or of club officers. Terms and pricing to be set by the Rifle and Pistol Club. Organizations may be held responsible in the event of damages caused by their attendees. We reserve the right to make changes to the program with or without notice.


3 Rules:

1. Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction.

2. Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.

3.Always keep your firearm unloaded until you are ready to shoot.


"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." - Amendment II to the Constitution of the United States of America.