Membership

Welcome to the Northern Colorado Rod & Gun Club (NCRGC). The maximum number of Club memberships is 800 households as determined by Larimer County and we are currently at maximum capacity. We usually have several openings in August of each year for people interested in becoming a member. These openings are offered on a first-come, first served basis until all slots are filled. There is no longer a waitlist; however, we will notify you by email when we have openings if you provide your contact information below. You are also welcome to attend our public events while you wait. Please see the Club calendar for more information. The Club has a lot to offer and the wait is worth it. Thank you for your interest in the Club.

 

Sincerely,

NCRGC Board of Directors

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Household Membership 

The Club offers one type of membership--a Household membership is offered to:

  1. Adult 18 years of age or older who can legally possess a firearm,
  2. Their Spouse as defined by Colorado law, and
  3. Any children under 18 years of age and residing in the household.

In Colorado, a spouse includes the following (reference the Colorado Division of Human Resources):  

  1. Current Spouse, including Common Law Spouse. Spouse means a spouse as recognized under federal tax law. Common Law Spouse means an adult, who is at least 18 years of age; and with whom the member cohabitates; and who represent themselves to the community as married to each other; and there is no legal impediment to the marriage.
  2. Current Domestic Partner who is an adult, who is at least 18 years of age; and who is of the same gender as the employee; and with whom the member has shared an exclusive, committed relationship with that same person for at least one year prior to enrollment with the intent for the relationship to last indefinitely; and who is not related to the member by blood to a degree that would prohibit marriage; and neither the member nor partner is married to another person; and neither the member nor partner is in a civil union with another person.
  3. Current partner in a civil union means an adult, regardless of the gender of either party, at least 18 years of age who is not a partner in another civil union; who is not married to another person; who is not under guardianship, unless the partner under guardianship has the written consent of his or her guardian; and neither partner is a relative of the other whether the relationship is by the half or the whole blood.

These definitions are subject to change and you should consult Federal and Colorado law for more information.

 

The adult is designated as the Regular member and the spouse is designated as the Associate member. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a badged Regular or Associate member at all times while on Club property. Badges are issued to Regular and Associate members who complete a waiver and agree to follow the Range Safety Rules. The Board can set additional requirements for the issuance of badges (e.g., required safety orientations for new members). Badges are non-transferable and must not be shared.

Fees

Board-approved fees include the following:

 

Membership Dues ($125). These are the annual membership dues. Membership runs from September 1st through August 31st of the following year.

 

Capital Improvement Fee ($125).  This fee is charged to new members only for the first year. The fee is your share of all the improvements that have been made over the years.

 

Range Cleanup Fee ($100) - This fee is charged during membership renewal to current members who did not participate in at least one range cleanup during the past year. By Board of Directors decision, the June range cleanup (first Saturday) is the last time that members receive credit for the current year. Other special range cleanups in June or the July normal range cleanup goes towards next year's cleanup commitment.         

 

Lost Badge Fee ($25)

IRS Designation

The Club a 501(c)(7) company organized for pleasure, recreation, and other nonprofitable purposes, substantially all the activities of which are for such purposes and no part of the net earnings of which insures to the benefit of any member.

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