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» Club Meeting for Annual Officer Nominations - 27 Jan 2021

- by BillH
Dear members,

Our virtual meeting occurred with no technical difficulties. Once we had our quorum, 8 people which is greater than 15% of membership total of 50 members, I started the meeting:

Jim Macleod nominated the existing BOD for the 2021 calendar year, 2nded by Jerry Klein, voice vote of unanimous consent with no objections at 12:20 PM. Opened the floor for any additional nominations, none were forwarded.

2021 slate of nominees:
... [Read More]

» GGC and AGC Range renewal day, Sunday 12-13-20, 12-1 PM

- by BillH
Dear members,

I received a suggestion to go to the AGC and have members come by and renew their GGC badges at the AGC, then walk over and renew the AGC badges in one fell swoop.

Looking at the weather for Sunday 12-13-20 seems to be the good choice for this event. I will be at/near the Range house to renew the GGC badges from 12-1 PM. If you care to participate please email a SHORT response so I can know who to expect.

To expedite the GGC... [Read More]

» IMPORTANT: New AGC Member Guest Policy

- by BillH
XXV. Guest Policy
Adopted December 4, 2019

Specify how non-badge-holders (Guests) may use AGC facilities.

For Individual badge-holders that bring Guests.

Individuals shooting under control of an AGC volunteer or RSO
(for example, Hunter Qualification or Hunter Sight-in, Public Trap...)
Those shooting in or observing AGC or Club Events as those... [Read More]

» GGC History and Purpose

The Goddard Gun Club was formed at the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, Maryland in 1967 to provide an organization for NASA employees and contractors who enjoy firearms.

In 1973 the Club was successful in establishing a firing range on the east side of the GSFC campus.

Although the range was closed by then Center Management in 2001, the Club continues to promote a variety of activities centered around the safe and legal use of firearms.

Additionally, the Club is an Associate Club of the Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore which permits GGC Club members to join the AGC and thereby have access to the AGC ranges in Marriottsville, MD, just west of Baltimore. As an AGC member club the GGC hosts several shooting events a
t AGC each year which are open for all Club members to attend.

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» Club Events List

May 15 2021 - Annual Pistol Shoot at AGC

Jun 12 2021 - Annual 100m Rifle Shoot at AGC

Oct 9 2021 - Annual Shotgun Shoot at AGC

Nov 20 2021 - Annual 200-Yard Shoot at AGC

» Area Gun Show List

Apr 17-18 2021 - Appalachian Timonium Fairgrounds

Apr 23-25 2021 - Nations Gun Show - Chantilly, VA

Apr 23-25 2021 - Nations Gun Show - Chantilly, VA

May 15-16 2021 - Appalachian Promotions Howard Co, MD

Jun 18-21 2021 - Nations Gun Show - Chantilly, VA

Jul 23-25 2021 - Nations Gun Show - Chantilly, VA

Aug 7-8 2021 - C-E Gun Show - Harrisburg, PA

Oct 1-3 2021 - Nations Gun Show - Chantilly, VA

Oct 16-17 2021 - C-E Gun Show - Harrisburg, PA

Nov 13-14 2021 - Appalachian Promotions Gun Show Frederick, MD

» About The Club

The GSFC Sportsman Club (GSC) was formed in 1967 and is a chartered member of the Goddard Employees Welfare Association (GEWA).  The Club was originally named the Goddard Gun Club and still uses that name, as well.


Encourage organized firearms shooting among the citizens of the U.S. with a view towards improving both marksmanship and knowledge of firearm safe handling and proper care

Foster closer personal acquaintances among the membership with regard to firearm use and ownership

Provide optional access to range facilities at AGC for the members
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