To apply to join Skyline Hunting and Fishing Club (SHFC), you need:
· An application for membership
· A liability waiver
· A completed range access test
· Proof of firearms training (more below)
· Membership dues
Gather these completed documents and a good phone number for our membership person to contact you. Once all of your paperwork is ready, contact John LaRue at M/S V4912 or call him at 720-937-5954 for more information. John will contact you to set up a range orientation where you will submit your paperworkand give you your membership badge.To apply to join Skyline Hunting and Fishing club, fill out an application for membership, a liability waiver, read the range rules and take the range access test. Have these completed documents with a check for dues and a photocopy of proof that you've had some kind of firearms training (e.g. CCW, DD-214, Hunter Education Card, certificate of completion of an NRA course, etc.) for the range orientation briefing. Also include a good phone number for our membership person to contact you.
Acceptable proof of firearms training can include a CCW permit, DD-214, Hunter Education card, a certificate from a competition, certificate of completion from an NRA course, etc. If you don’t have firearms training of any kind, the club periodically offers a fairly short “home firearm safety” certification course in our clubhouse out by the softball fields (map below). If you want to take a more thorough training course, the club offers training to get your Hunter’s Education card and it offers a couple of NRA certification courses, but both of those are multiple day endeavors. Dates for these are listed on the Events Calendar.
Once all of your paperwork is ready, contact John LaRue at M/S V4912 or call him at 720-937-5954 for more information. John will contact you to set up a range orientation where you will submit your paperwork and give you your membership badge.
If you are an existing member and are looking for the process to renew your membership for a new season, please click on the large link at the top of this page.
2016 Range Rules (use for 2020 test)