Summer Pistol League

Every Monday, starting on May 2nd through September 26th The Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club will be holding a Bullseye competition.  These matches are open to the public, membership is not required.

This semi-formal setting is a great way to become accustomed to the calls used on the firing line, and to learn how to score targets. 

This competition is intended to get new shooters involved in the sport, as well as maintaining the edge during the long summer break for the experienced Bullseye competitor.

Shooters may compete in rimfire (.22 cal), centerfire, or both.  There is a nominal fee of $2.00 for one match or $3.00 for both matches.  The shooter competes against his/her own average, so everyone has a chance to win. The League will provide the targets, however the shooter must bring their own ammunition.

Each shooter gets one point for shooting each night, and additional points are awarded for first through fourth place for each night.  At the end of the season an awards banquette is held to honor those who persevered.

The Ranger Officer calling the match will enforce all range and safety rules.  These matches typically start around 6:00 pm and the last relay typically goes off around 7:45 pm (depending on the number of shooters who show up on a given night).

SCTP Safety Training: March 12, 2022

The Smokin’ Clays youth trap team will hold its annual shotgun safety training session on Saturday morning, March 12, 2022 from 9 AM to noon.  Once again, we have decided that all new and second year team members must attend 2022 Tewksbury SCTP shotgun safety training. Any SCTP shooter who has attended the safety class two times or more will be excused from attending. These folks can voluntarily attend and be welcome, if they wish to do so.

This safety class is run by fellow member Dana Crowe and is an annual requirement for all of our newer youth team members. If you are already on our 2022 SCTP team roster or just want to learn more about shotgun safety, you are welcome to attend free of cost. Shooters must pre-register with Mike Hebert at Coach_Mike@TewksburyRodandGun.org or (978) 604-0745 to assure we have enough materials and books on hand for all.

Our program encourages all youth shooters to always consider safety first, whether you follow thru and join the TSCTP team or not.  This is a free public service of Tewksbury SCTP.

Summer Pistol League

Every Monday, starting on June 7th through September 30th The Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club will be holding a Bullseye competition.  These matches are open to the public, membership is not required.

This semi-formal setting is a great way to become accustomed to the calls used on the firing line, and to learn how to score targets. 

This competition is intended to get new shooters involved in the sport, as well as maintaining the edge during the long summer break for the experienced Bullseye competitor.

Shooters may compete in rimfire (.22 cal), centerfire, or both.  There is a nominal fee of $2.00 for one match or $3.00 for both matches.  The shooter competes against his/her own average, so everyone has a chance to win. The League will provide the targets, however the shooter must bring their own ammunition.

Each shooter gets one point for shooting each night, and additional points are awarded for first through fourth place for each night.  At the end of the season an awards banquette is held to honor those who persevered.

The Ranger Officer calling the match will enforce all range and safety rules.  These matches typically start around 6:00 pm and the last relay typically goes off around 7:45 pm (depending on the number of shooters who show up on a given night).

Jr Rifle Program

Following the Governor’s guidelines, we are able to resume Jr. Shoot this Saturday, January 16th

Please be aware that masks must be worn, parents and children will be asked to stay upstairs when it is not their turn to shoot. 

Make sure to sign in and receive your lane assignment before doing anything else in the club house. We may make adjustments as we go to lane assignments but we want to make sure that we get as many shooters to the line as possible. Please be aware of your line and be polite to others.

Safety for all in everything is our goal.

Summer Pistol League

Every Monday, starting on May 6th through September 30th The Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club will be holding a Bullseye competition.  These matches are open to the public, membership is not required.

This semi-formal setting is a great way to become accustomed to the calls used on the firing line, and to learn how to score targets. 

This competition is intended to get new shooters involved in the sport, as well as maintaining the edge during the long summer break for the experienced Bullseye competitor.

Shooters may compete in rimfire (.22 cal), centerfire, or both.  There is a nominal fee of $2.00 for one match or $3.00 for both matches.  The shooter competes against his/her own average, so everyone has a chance to win.

Each shooter gets one point for shooting each night, and additional points are awarded for first through fourth place for each night.  At the end of the season an awards banquette is held to honor those who persevered.

The Ranger Officer calling the match will enforce all range and safety rules.  These matches typically start around 6:00 pm and the last relay typically goes off around 9:30 pm (depending on the number of shooters who show up on a given night).

SCTP Comedy Night

The Tewksbury Rod and Gun Club and the SCTP Shooting Team presents:

The 9th Annual SCTP Comedy Night
featuring 3 hilarious comics!

This is our biggest fundraiser of the year to help keep our program affordable for the athletes. All proceeds after costs go to the SCTP program to directly benefit the athletes.

Where: TRG Clubhouse
79 Chandler Street
Tewksbury, MA 01876

When: Saturday, February 23, 2019
Doors Open at 8 pm and show starts at 9 pm

Tickets are $30 per person.

There will be a 50/50 and gift drawings.

Tickets can be purchased by contacting Laura Veno (recording@tewksburyrodandgun.org) or Mike Hebert (coach_mike@tewksburyrodandgun.org).

Thank you for your generous support.

Mass Hunter Education

The Tewksbury Rod & Gun Club will be hosting a Hunter Education course on March 20, 25, 27 and April 1st. Start time each night is 6pm, ending at 10pm.

Mandatory education course for all first time hunters.

By state law, if you are 18 years of age or older and you want to purchase your first ever hunting license, you must complete a Basic Hunter Education course. Minor hunters (12-17 years of age) follow a special set of regulations. While minors are not required to complete a Basic Hunter Education, it is a prerequisite for certain youth hunt programs and it allows minors 15-17 years of age to hunt without direct supervision.
All courses are FREE of charge and open to the public.

Registration is required, please see the Massachusetts Divisions of Fisheries & Wildlife’s website for more information or call (508) 389-7830 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.