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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 .50BMG

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. )

  • June 19th Saturday - 600 yd. Mid Range Prone w/F-Class
  • June 23rd Wednesday - Range Workday - Long Range

  • The Range will be closed July 1-4 for the 4th of July High Power Matchs
  • July 1st Thursday - Practice or possible team practice
  • July 2nd Friday - CO State CMP High Power Rifle Championship   Pistol - EIC Match
  • July 3rd Saturday - Col. Walt Smith Trophy CO State CMP Service Rifle Championship
  • July 4th Sunday - Rifle EIC Match w/concurrent MR Category
  • July 6th Tuesday - High Power Clinic
  • July 27th Tuesday -Short Range Reserved for Scout Troop 109 from Noon Till 5PM  

Payment methods for our matches have been transitioned to Member Planet.
Check our Memberplanet Menu.
The range will be closed to public shooters July1-4. The long range will be open to members as follows:
Thursday, July 1 after 1:00PM
Friday, July 2 after 3:00PM
Saturday,July 3 after 3:00PM
Sunday, July 4 after approximately noon
The short range will be open for the duration but there will be frequent cease fires during the pistol match.
The Forest Service will close the ranges during a "RED FLAG" day. Check this website and Marquee message prior to heading to the range!
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For BCGC Construction Project Donations, click HERE
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 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.

For additional public access information, visit the Camp Fickes website
(click HERE
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Last Updated 06/17/2021
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