Creek Renegades Muzzleloading Rifle Club, incorporated as the Lancaster
Country Muzzleloading Rifle Association, was established in 1982 and
moved from the original location near Davey to property northeast of
Sprague, Nebraska in 1992.
We have established 25, 50, 75 and 100 yard shooting ranges, hawk and
knife targets, archery and shotgun ranges and fine camping areas. A log
cabin has been built for scoring and a council fire area is the
location of many potluck dinners and evenings spent around the campfire.
Salt Creek meanders through the property and carts are provided to
transport camping and shooting gear over the bridge to the range. A
well provides excellent water and firewood is usually available.
The Club hosts a Winter shoot in February, Spring and Fall Muzzleloading Shotgun Sporting Clay Shoots in April and September, a Spring shoot in May and a Fall "Fowl" Shoot in October. Only traditional patched, round ball weapons are allowed in competition.
Modern and Black Powder Gun Shows and Early American Trade Fairs featuring historically appropriate items from the Fur Trade through the Victorian Eras are held the last weekend in January and the last weekend in September.
These events provide operating expenses as well as promoting the organization, the sport of muzzleloading and early American history.
Visitors are always welcome.
A membership application is available by clicking here:
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