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  -  Updated 2/20/15 


 2015 Moving Target Combat Shoot I  Saturday, March 7, 2015  -  CANCELLED!


2015 Fun Plate Shoot I  Saturday, April 18, 2015  9:00am. – 3:00pm. 


                                2015 Annual Ground Hog Shoot


                         ** 2015 Annual Ground Hog Shoot Video **      

                                              2015 Annual Ground Hog Shoot 1                        

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DRPC members log into Members Area to see all of the Photos.

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Rev. 3-12-2015 CA 

Latest News

California: Pro-Gun Bill Scheduled to be Heard on Tuesday, April 21
The Assembly Committee on Judiciary is expected to hear Assembly Bill 1154 on Tuesday, April 21 at 9 a.m. in room 4202 of the State Capitol.  Please call AND email the members of this committee and urge them to SUPPORT AB 1154.  AB 1154 would provide that the California Public Records Act (CPRA) not be construed to require the disclosure of private information of civilian licensed CCW holders.  
Brady Center's Attorneys Withdraw from Case Under Cloud of Ethical Lapses
Earlier this week, the Brady Center's Legal Action Project attorneys Jonathan Lowy and Alla Lefkowitz withdrew from a Wisconsin lawsuit after inadmissible evidence was published on Brady’s website in violation of Wisconsin’s rules of professional conduct concerning trial publicity. According to an article on the Journal Sentinel's website, Milwaukee County Judge Jeffrey Conen may have given Lowy and Lefkowitz the benefit of the doubt when he said, “I don't how things are practiced in Washington, D.C., or New York or anywhere else, but out here in the Midwest we have certain rules.”  Judge Conen’s reference to Washington, D.C. and New York was likely due to those being the jurisdictions of Lowy’s and Lefkowitz’s bar membership, respectively.