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Santa Margarita Gun Club Competitive Shooting Sports for Active and Retired Military, civilians and juniors

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Old 03-29-2018, 7:10 PM
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I have questions regarding the NON-MILITARY, Associate Yearly Membership.
Are they currently being issued to us mere civilians?
On the application it states: ďASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIPS entitles me to No Rights of a Regular Membership with the exception of shooting at Matches.Ē Unsure what membership actually includes and restricts.
Do I send the payment with the app or wait for an approval first?

Iím just looking for a place close to home (San Clemente) to practice shooting. Iím a CCW permit holder with a squeaky clean history and strong supporter of our military families but have no interest in competitions as I would only embarrass myself beyond 300 yards. <g>

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Old 03-30-2018, 5:58 PM
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Regular membership is 2 military per civilian. Many of our civilian regular members are Camp Pendleton Range Safety Officers or are EMT's or better. One of the main benefits of regular membership is being able to vote on club matters.

Camp Pendleton range regulations require 2 RSOs and 1 EMT or better at our matches. While performing their duties, they are not allowed to shoot in the match. We will have multiple RSOs and EMTs at a match and they rotate on and off duty so they can participate.

Associate membership satisfies our insurance carrier and our agreement with the base.

If you plan on making a lot of the matches, annual associate membership is the way to go.

If you don't think you can make a lot of the matches, there is a day membership that can be paid on the day of the match.
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