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Not a BCGC member or looking for range information?
  • Click "HERE" for the Camp Fickes web site for additional information for the shooting public.

  • Click "HERE" for additional information on accessing the Camp Fickes shooting range on week days
    Contact the Range Manager, Dabney Crump or 720-670-7626.

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Prior to heading to the range, check the range Schedule of Events to make sure the range you would like to use is available!

No tree cutting dead OR alive without prior approval from the BCGC President or Camp Fickes Range Manager!!

Upcoming Event Highlights
( Check the "Schedule of Events" page for ALL event information. )
  • November 24th (Fri) - All ranges closed for Christmas Tree Cutting
  • November 25th (Sat) - All ranges closed for Christmas Tree Cutting
  • November 26th (Sun) - All ranges closed for Christmas Tree Cutting

  • December 2nd (Sat) - All ranges closed for Christmas Tree Cutting
  • December 3rd (Sun) - All ranges closed for Christmas Tree Cutting
  • December 7th (Thu) - IDPA Match
  • December 16th (Sat) - Steel Challenge
  • December 23rd (Sat) - Junior Program 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Payment methods for our matches are being transitioned to Member Planet.
Check our Memberplanet Menu.
BCGC monthly Board of Directors meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

The next regular BCGC Board of Directors meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 21st from 6:30 to 8:30pm at the INDIAN HILLS COMMUNITY CENTER, 5381 Parmalee Gulch Rd, Indian Hills, CO 80454.
(C470 to US 285, go 4 miles south to Parmalee Gulch Rd., then go .6 miles off of US 285 on South side of Parmalee Gulch Rd).
All members are encouraged to attend.

Our annual meeting and banquet will be held on Saturday, January 13th at 5PM at the Lakewood Elks Lodge, 1455 Newland St., Lakewood ( Newland and Colfax ). The fee is $20 per person. Click HERE for payment options.
The participants in our monthly .22 rimfire matches will be meeting for lunch on Tuesday, December 12th at 12 noon at JJ Madwell's.
Location is 26412 Main Street, Conifer.
The Buffalo Creek Gun Club hosts many NRA High Power Matches. For those interested in participating and need more information, click HERE for a pdf copy of the current NRA Highpower Rulebook. Participation in one of our Highpower Clinics will provide you with hands on experience in Highpower Rifle competition & access to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
BCGC is now accepting orders for Buffalo Creek Gun Club T-Shirts. Check the "BCGC Tradin' Post" on the menu above for details.
BCGC Members!
Please read the Gatekeepers S.O.P. Document located on the "Members Only" page under "BCGC Documents".
There are some new procedures you need to be made aware of while performing gate duty.

The Buffalo Creek Gun Club is always looking for people who love to shoot and enjoy the companionship of those that share the same passion. If you would like to explore the option of joining our organization click HERE for information about our club, what to expect at the range and what it takes to become a member.
The Camp Fickes Shooting Range is nestled in the Pike National Forest near Bailey, Colorado and is the home of The Buffalo Creek Gun Club.
The range is open to the general public every Saturday & Sunday from Memorial Day through October from 9am til 4pm for a fee.
Access at other times is available through special arrangements.
For additional public access information, visit the Camp Fickes website
(click HERE
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