BEN LOMOND GUN CLUB Offers and Encourages Organized Firearms Shooting.

Located 45 Miles from Castle Rock, 47 Miles from Parker, and 43 Miles from Colorado Springs at 23195 County Road 105 in Elbert County. There are over a dozen ranges for use on the 560 acre Shooting Facility.

These include 11 berms, 4 of which a High Power Rifle may be utilized, 7 general pistol berms, and 8 competition pistol berms and 1 competition rifle berm. BEN LOMOND GUN CLUB also offers a 600 yard High Power Rifle Range with a Covered Firing Line and15 Lanes of Fire from 100 – 600 yards. A Shotgun Range which includes Trap and a 5-stand 10-stage Sporting Clay Range, a 500 yard Cowboy Long Range, (lead bullets only), a .22 Small Bore Silhouette Range, an Archery Range, and a Youth Shooting Facility. Under construction at this time is a Trap and Skeet Range.

BEN LOMOND GUN CLUB provides for good Sportsmanship and an Excellent Shooting Range for its Members. Many Members are very Informative and Skillful and are willing to provide Professional Education and classes for the novice shooter.

BEN LOMOND GUN CLUB has a well established Youth Shooting Facility to forward the development of Safe Handling of Firearms and to Protect the Future of the Shooting Sports in our United States of America. Affiliated clubs also use a portion of the Facilities for Special Events.

Membership for BEN LOMOND GUN CLUB is through its Club Chapters, which include TriLakes (Monument), Franktown, Elizabeth, Littleton, Colorado Springs and Calhan.


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Referendum Results and Action

THANK YOU FOR GETTING INVOLVED WITH YOUR CLUB AND VOTING ON THE FEE RESTRUCTUREING REFERUNDUM!!    The total number of votes cast was 652 votes.  There were 566 votes for the implementation of the Fee Restructure and 86 votes against.  The Referendum passed by a huge margin.   What does this mean to you and your friends?

  • The vote was tallied on July 2nd at 6:00 PM. We have 30 days before the referendum can be implemented per club Bylaws.
  • August 1, 2014 the new fee structure will be implemented and Work Bond slips will no no longer be issued for work at the range or chapter meeting attendance.
  • Any Work Bonds that members have received from January 1, 2014 through July 31, 2014 must be mailed to:


P. O. Box 686

Sedalia, CO 80135

  • Work Bonds must be mailed before the end of August to be credited to your account for reimbursement.  No work bond slip; no credit!  We will not drag the collection of Work Bonds out all year.

Post expires on Sunday August 31st, 2014