Townsend Rod and Gun Club “A sportsmen’s oasis” -- just forty miles from Boston
Looking for a “Private Club” to hunt and fish at? A place where families are welcome and you can shoot your guns and bows year round. A private place to fish for trout and bass --- you just found it!   Come JOIN us today to have a Private Place of your own and your family will thank you all year. The Townsend Rod and Gun Club is the largest land owner in Townsend with over three hundred acres of conservation land. The club manages their property as a working tree farm and hunting preserve. With many trails through out the property which are used for cross country skiing, snow-shoeing, snowmobile, mountain biking, ATV’s, nature walks and of course hunting during regulated seasons. In addition to the large property holding we have indoor and outdoor archery ranges - with winter leagues, a large trout pond - with some amazingly large trout, many small brooks with brook trout, hundred yard rifle range, clay target shooting range - now with wobble trap, plus a five stand sporting clays coming soon, an unmanaged bass pond, and we even have a cable down the middle of a pond for coon dog racing. The Best Part For just the cost of a large latte coffee once a week, your entire family can have access and enjoy these facilities year round, so click here to join now.  Your kids will thank you forever and we’ll see you all in the great outdoors. Do you have more questions? Feel free to contact any member of our Board of Directors listed here.
Conservation    Outdoor Sportsmanship   Community
46 EMERY RD, TOWNSEND, MA 01469 978-597-6723  Contact Site Designer
Next meeting on July 6  @ 7:00
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Any "old military bolt action (pre 1958), centerfire military rifle is eligible as long as it has open sights... Good examples Enfield, Mauser. Mannlicher, Arisaka, Carcano, Nagant, 03 Springfield. Any caliber. Sporterized versions ok as long as receiver is military marked.   Targets out to 100 yards. Bring 40 rounds of ammo or more if you need to sight in before the shoot
Shooting from several positions (standing, sitting, etc) depending on weather (Nobody wants to lay in the mud) No scopes or other optics!   Any other questions - email tomrutherford357@hotm ail.com  Tom Rutherford
978-597-5500
Townsend Rod and Gun Club “A sportsmen’s oasis” -- just forty miles from Boston
Looking for a “Private Club” to hunt and fish at? A place where families are welcome and you can shoot your guns and bows year round. A private place to fish for trout and bass --- you just found it!   Come JOIN us today to have a Private Place of your own and your family will thank you all year. The Townsend Rod and Gun Club is the largest land owner in Townsend with over three hundred acres of conservation land. The club manages their property as a working tree farm and hunting preserve. With many trails through out the property which are used for cross country skiing, snow-shoeing, snowmobile, mountain biking, ATV’s, nature walks and of course hunting during regulated seasons. In addition to the large property holding we have indoor and outdoor archery ranges - with winter leagues, a large trout pond - with some amazingly large trout, many small brooks with brook trout, hundred yard rifle range, clay target shooting range - now with wobble trap, plus a five stand sporting clays coming soon, an unmanaged bass pond, and we even have a cable down the middle of a pond for coon dog racing. The Best Part For just the cost of a large latte coffee once a week, your entire family can have access and enjoy these facilities year round, so click here to join now Your kids will thank you forever and we’ll see you all in the great outdoors. Do you have more questions? Feel free to contact any member of our Board of Directors listed here.
Conservation    Outdoor Sportsmanship   Community
46 EMERY RD, TOWNSEND, MA 01469 978-597-6723  Contact Site Designer
Next meeting on July 6  @ 7:00
Any "old military bolt action (pre 1958), centerfire military rifle is eligible as long as it has open sights... Good examples Enfield, Mauser. Mannlicher, Arisaka, Carcano, Nagant, 03 Springfield. Any caliber. Sporterized versions ok as long as receiver is military marked.   Targets out to 100 yards. Bring 40 rounds of ammo or more if you need to sight in before the shoot Shooting from several positions (standing, sitting, etc) depending on weather (Nobody wants to lay in the mud) No scopes or other optics!   Any other questions - email tomrutherford357@hotmail.com 
978-597-5500