SBSC Monthly Meeting for April is CANCELLED

Due to Easter being on the 12th we had moved the meeting to the 5th.  However, as the "stay at home order" is in effect at least until April 6th, we will need to cancel the April meeting.

Bingo is CANCELLED until further notice!

In light of the current concerns over Covid-19, we will not have Bingo until the ban against gathering is lifted. Watch here for further information. 

Hunter Education CANCELLED

The state Game Commission has cancelled our class on May 28th.  Watch the website for a new date ​

We are currently accepting donations to help support Kids' Fishing Days and other youth events.  If you are interested, email us at

Gun Classes

Sandy Bottom has instructors certified to teach:

Email us at for more information or to find out how to register.


Members and Guests!

Bingo will be cancelled for two weeks.  See you April 1st!

Outdoor range hours are

dawn until dusk, Monday - Saturday, and from 1:00pm Sunday until dusk.  PLEASE police your brass, especially out in the grass.  We have had quite a bit left in the field and these become dangerous projectiles when our guys are mowing.


Our club is composed of members interested in the conservation of wildlife, promotion/improvement of fishing and hunting conditions, and participation in activities pertaining to the outdoors.

Due to concerns over Covid-19, Sandybottom will have to CANCEL this year's Easter Egg Hunt.  Stay home and stay safe.

NRA Affiliated

Promoting shooting sports

A safe and family friendly place to exercise your 2nd Amendment rights

​Pet Rescue Donations
The following "gently used items" can be dropped off at the club or Tobias Auto Tag and Notary in Ligonier: Towels/blankets/washcloths, leashes, collars - any size, stainless steel food and water bowls, wire pet cages-any size, pet beds, non-clumping cat litter, wet/dry dog/cat/puppy/kitten food, baby gates.

Purple Paint Law
Landowners who post their properties now have the option of using purple paint rather than signs to alert others that lands are private and trespassing isn’t permitted. House Bill 1772.  You can read more about it by clicking here.