The Delaware Rifle & Pistol Club is a private members-only nonprofit organization which exists to:

  • Protect and promote the right of individuals to keep and bear arms.
  • Encourage organized rifle and pistol shooting by United States citizens and legal residents.
  • Increase knowledge of the lawful and safe handling and proper care of firearms.
  • Promote the proper use of firearms in marksmanship programs, hunting, and self-defense.

The Delaware Rifle and Pistol Club does not rent the range or firearms to the public.


2014/15 Delaware Hunting and Trapping Guide

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Upcoming Events:

DRP Club: 

All DRPC events are open to the public. Use the form in the Contact Tab above for more info.  (also see event calendar below)

2015 Annual Calendar of Events 


2015 Annual GroundHog Shoot   Saturday, January 31st, 2015 9:00AM. – 3:00PM.

 2015 Annual GroundHog Shoot Flier

 2015 Annual GroundHog Shoot Rules and Procedures

 GroundHog Shoot Practice Target


No Events Scheduled  


 2015 Moving Target Combat Shoot I  Saturday, March 7, 2015 9:00AM. – 3:00PM.

 2015 Moving Target Shoot I Flier


                                              2014 Annual Scrooge Shoot

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                   2014 Annual Scrooge Shoot 1      2014 Annual Scrooge Shoot 3

                   2014 Annual Scrooge Shoot 2      2014 Annual Scrooge Shoot 4

                                             2014 Annual Scrooge Shoot 5                   

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Latest News

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