Club Type: Public/Member
Contact: Leon Dunbar, Club Manager
Location: 91 Gun Club Road Williston, VT 05495
Phone: (802) 878-0330
Sundays 9:00am to 4:00pm all year Wednesdays 4:00pm to dusk (DST Only)
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Number of visits: 2-5 Visits
I live less than a mile from North Country Sportsmen’s Club (locally known as the Williston Shotgun Club) and took a good 4 years of driving by it daily before deciding to check it out. From the road it looks like a regular old Vermont home on the side of Old Creamery. When you drive up the driveway things begin to open up and it all starts to make sense.
Vehicles range from old rusted pickups to freshly imported European beauties, letting you know that this is a place where the only thing that matters is a love of shooting. Class, race, gender… none of that matters here. In fact, this is one of the friendliest places I’ve ever been. Walking up to a gun store or a shooting range is always intimidating the first time, but that not need be the case here.
The best part about NCSC are the people; the members. They’re a group of people enthusiastic about clay shooting who want nothing more than to hook new shooters on the sport. It does not matter if you haven’t even held a gun before. This is a place of education and camaraderie. It isn’t just about slinging some birdshot down range. Come on by and make some new friends.
Number of visits: Once
Nice facility, Leon, Pete Tom, and all members made me welcome and were just plain nice. Laid back and fun. First time with 5 stand and look forward to it again. My fiancé was willing to shoot and would have if I had brought her gun. She was more comfortable than when she goes to my club here in CT. Will go again!
Number of visits: Once
I visited this club just last weekend for the very first time. Although I live just a few miles down the road, it is only about a mile off of Route 89, which makes it convenient for visitors. I was very impressed with the friendlyness of everyone, particularly the president of the club. There was a lighthearted approach that is somewhat different than at the other range I go to, which has a more serious focus. There were several highly skilled shooters there who were also very friendly and accessible. Apparently (I’m new to this) their five stand is special because it his the option of the angle shot way high in the air at an angle. Sorry I don’t know what that’s called. I shot a little trap myself, being new to the game, which was very enjoyable.