Grafton County Fish and Game Association

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The Grafton County Fish and Game Association, a non-profit, membership organization, has served the local community as a venue for the shooting sports since 1925. Our facilities include a clubhouse, a 50' indoor small bore range, a 50 yard pistol range, a 100 yard rifle range, archery range, skeet field, 2 trap fields, and a 5-stand course.

In addition to providing a safe, convenient location for members to shoot, we also host a variety of events that are open to the general public. Current information on event and league offerings are detailed on this website.

Meetings are held monthly on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm in the clubhouse. The May meeting is the annual meeting when officers and directors are elected.

NEXT MEETING - Tuesday September 1st 2015 - 7PM

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Pistol Range

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Effective Immediately; The Handgun range is closed.

At the regular monthly meeting tonight the safety issues with the handgun range were discussed and a proposal for rebuilding the range was brought to the meeting. After much discussion the affirmitive vote was to "Close the handgun range immediately and appropriate the funds needed to rebuild the range to the design brought to the meeting".
All Organized handgun shoots will be done on the small bore range with an RSO on site. These shoots will be posted on the web site calendar prior to the shoot. Organized shoots are classes, UVPS practice on Saturday, Cowboy shoots.
Work on the handgun range will begin as soon as possible. Expect the range to be closed for at least one month.

Other items for attention: No vehicles are allowed on the small bore range.
The pron shooting bench should not be moved from the shooting station next to the standing station.

I will send out e mails on the progress of the handgun range and when work details are scheduled.

Bill LaPan, President


Safe Caliber Training

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Basic Pistol Classes

August 15th - NRA Basic Pistol Class - open to everyone

September 12th - NRA Basic Pistol Class - open to everyone

October 10th - Open

For more information about these courses or to sign up please get in touch with Margot.

Margot Ashcraft

Safe Caliber Training or 603-727-6113


Utah CCW Permit Class

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Utah CCW Permit Class
Hosted by:
Upper Valley Practical Shooters
Grafton County Fish and Game Association

When: Sunday, August 23rd, 9:00 AM – 2:00PM

Where: Grafton County Fish and Game Association Clubhouse
153 Trues Brook Rd
Plainfield, NH 03781
(Directions at:

This course will be given by Brian Dalton of New England Firearms Academy (NEFA), Woburn, MA. Holders of the Utah CCW permit will be able to legally carry a concealed handgun in 31 states, including: AL, AZ, AK, GA, LA, MS, MO, NC, OH, ND, SD, TX, KY, MI, MT, MN, NE, OK, TN, VT, WI, WY. For those interested, NEFA will also run a Massachusetts State Police Certification that would allow attendees to apply for a MA License to Carry.

Cost: $100.00/attendee (additional $50.00 for MA State Police Certificate).

Space is limited. Register at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it




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Upper Valley Practical Shooters is a group of competitive pistol shooters that hold weekly practices at GCF&G. Started over 10 years ago, this group trains and competes together in USPSA, IDPA, Steel Challenge, and now 3-Gun. They also hold an annual Introduction to Practical Shooting Sports clinic that includes classroom and range time, allowing those with basic pistol skills to become familiar with and actually try shooting a USPSA Course of Fire. UVPS welcomes you to get involved in the exciting sport of Practical Shooting. Contact us for more information. Also check out our Facebook page for lots of information about area competitions, practice schedules, and other related information.

Bill Nugent: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 603-381-2377

William Daugherty: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 603-306-2600



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