How to join Garrison Rifle & Revolver
RSVP not required. Join Garrison Rifle & Revolver Club and the AGC on Tuesday, April 9th 2019 (6pm to 9pm). Must arrive by 6 pm. Includes free range and safety orientation needed to get an Associated Gun Clubs (AGC) range badge.
Where: Memorial Hall located on the Trap Range. See map and directions.
After you join it’s only $20 a year annually to renew your Garrison club membership either at our monthly meeting or by mailing a SASE and payment by snail mail. We also offer the best and easiest online renewal option of all the AGC clubs.
Our Club Members
Over 500 members. Garrison Rifle and Revolver club is a great club to join if you want to improve your marksmanship skills, take part in competitive events, or shoot at a safe place on your schedule.
A significant number of our members take part in Bullseye Pistol, High Power Rifle, Smallbore Rifle, and also Trap events. Garrison promotes improvements to marksmanship skills for all ages and abilities and good sportsmanship.
Charter club of the Associated Gun Clubs (AGC) of Baltimore
Garrison Rifle & Revolver club is one of the fifteen charter voting clubs of the Associated Gun Clubs (AGC) of Baltimore, Inc that includes more than thirty clubs. The Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore Maryland is located in Marriottsville Maryland at 11518 Marriottsville Road.
Garrison Club History
Incorporated in 1943, Garrison formed as a Minuteman club as the result of World War II. The club members performed volunteer guard duty for power stations, reservoirs, and other strategic installations. After peace came to the world, club members’ attention shifted to finding a suitable place to build a range for target practice and to hold competitive matches. On July 1, 1944, Garrison Rifle & Revolver members were instrumental in forming the Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore, Inc. (AGC) and purchasing the original acreage to found the Marriottsville Range on Marriottsville Road.
Garrison Rifle & Revolver Club Affiliations
THE SECOND Amendment
“A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”