Corpus Christi Gun Club


Welcome to the Corpus Christi Gun Club

The Corpus Christi Gun Club is a member directed, professionally managed facility, which has been the premier shooting complex for Corpus Christi and the surrounding communities since 1938. The 188 acre facility is totally dedicated to the shooting sports, encompassing skeet, trap, five stand, sporting clays (16 station/45 acres), pistol, and rifle.

Whether you are a beginner or an expert, young or once young, The Gun Club promotes and supports a shooting activity you can enjoy. Home of CC Steel Challenge, Nueces County 4-H Trap and Skeet, as well as Amateur Trap Assoc., National Sporting Clay Assoc. and National Skeet Shooting Assoc. registered shoots.

Our clubhouse and classroom facilities allow instructional programs for state mandated hunter education classes and license to carry handgun classes. We have a rifle range with 50, 100 and 200 yard target backers with 16 benches. We have five pistol caliber and 22LR only bays (#1 through 5), a 25 stall covered pistol bay with target retrieval system (1-15 yards). A 25 yard range and 50 yard range each with benches for 4 different shooters each (8 between the 2 ranges) and 7 multi-use bays (#6-12) that range from 30 yards out to 100 yards with most averaging about 40-45 yards. We have 5 skeet fields each with a trap overlay and a five stand. On a typical day there two set up for trap and 3 set up for skeet.

 Temporary Operating Procedures (starting 3-29-2020 and until further notice)

The board of directors of Corpus Christi Gun Club have decided out of an abundance of caution to close the gun club for all usage until Tuesday April 14, at the earliest.  Updates will be provided prior to April 11 if the situation changes.  This is being done based on recommendations of medical professionals for the safety of both our members and employees.  We have been informed that a relative of one of our employees tested positive for the COVID-19 virus on 3/29.  The employee is not currently showing any symptoms of the virus, but will be in quarantine for the next two weeks as per state and federal guidelines.  We will update the membership with any additional information we receive.

We will be deep cleaning all areas of the club over the next week.  We feel that until our employee has completed his quarantine without showing any signs of COVID-19, we should limit our members potential exposure.  We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.  The board of directors has made this choice for the safety of our members and staff.

Thank you and stay safe.

The following are links to the county order and other information.

This Link to the Stay at Home Order for Nueces County:

link to City of Corpus Christi Coronavirus info page:



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