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Norfolk County Rifle Range Members?

Discussion in 'Glockers of the Old Dominion' started by Erucolindon, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. Erucolindon

    Erucolindon Guest

    I'm interested in joining the NCRR. The website mentions needing two members to recommend me. Anyone here a member I can get to know? :wavey:

    I plan on getting paperwork filled out and joining within the next 2-4 weeks.

  2. Jerseycitysteve


    Nov 11, 2004
    You may come to regret the experience, but here I am.:shocked:

  3. SouthpawShootr

    SouthpawShootr NRA Life Member

    Aug 17, 2001
    Chesapeake, Va
    Getting sponsored sounds like a daunting task, but believe me it's a lot easier than it sounds. Attend one of the business meetings, get there a little early, and talk to one of the club officers up front. Finding a sponsor should be easy enough.
  4. Erucolindon

    Erucolindon Guest

    Glad to hear from someone. Is there, by chance, another time than the business meetings to get started? I only ask because my schedule is hectic, and I can't guarantee I have that night off. I'm also impatient to fine a better place to shoot. I'd hate to miss the march meeting and have to add another month of waiting.

    Are y'all happy with NCRR?

  5. SouthpawShootr

    SouthpawShootr NRA Life Member

    Aug 17, 2001
    Chesapeake, Va
    You can watch area gunshows (Hampton, Virginia Beach) and we usually have a staffed table there with applications and members to answer any questions you might have. You could also look at the calendar on website ( and pop up during one of the activities (such as work parties and IDPA) and get an application then. A bunch of applications are usually right on the table inside the clubhouse. Just tell 'em what you're there for. If there's nothing going on at the time you won't be able to get in the gate.

    BUT, if I'm not mistaken, according to the bylaws the applications must be "read" to the attending members at two regularly scheduled business meetings before action can be taken on your application. You must present. Does not have to be two consecutive meetings, but it does have to be done this way. After you're in, you can attend the meetings if you are available. Of course, it's a good idea to attend and keep abreast of what's going on.

    I'm pleased with the opportunities offered at NCRR. Lots of different things to participate in, if you are so inclined.