Welcome to the San Antonio Gun Club
It is the oldest active gun club in the country and the only shotgun shooting facility located in the heart of a metropolitan city. The SAGC was officially chartered in 1921 and has been in its current location since 1930. We are open to the public and visitors are always welcome.
The mission of the San Antonio Gun Club is to enhance the knowledge, skill and enjoyment of shotgun sports for all participants, from beginners to expert competitors and seasoned hunters, while also instilling a sense of responsibility and safety for themselves and others. We will accomplish this while building harmony and fellowship among our members, guests and community.
The San Antonio Gun Club is led by a volunteer Board of Directors. Members of the Board are elected for a 3-year term by a majority vote of the membership.
President: Carl Brown
Vice President: Kimberly Blackburn
Secretary/Treasurer: Doug Ward
Directors: Cliff Coffin, Pat Rozypal, Ed Stiteler, John Michael Alaniz, Greg Massari, Ansley Johnston.
- History of San Antonio Gun Club
- Municipal Skeet Field Article (circa 1928)
- National Sportsman – Skeet Department Article (circa 1928)
- National Sportsman – Skeet Results (circa 1928)
- Skeet Shooting News (May 1931)
The Club Manager executes the day-to-day operations. Please contact our Club Manager P.D. Parker if you have any questions.
Certified Olympic Training Center
SAGC supports international shooting sports and recognizes the need to provide the United States’ international style shooting athletes opportunities and venues to train so they may pursue their Olympic dreams.
To meet this need, SAGC and USA Shooting (USAS) have partnered together to help Olympic athletes and interested members reach their goals by offering ranges and coaches capable of supporting international style shooting.
In 2013, USAS designated SAGC a Certified Training Center due to its exceptional training facilities and availability of certified coaches. SAGC and its coaches are ready to introduce Olympic shooting sports to new shooters and fine tune already well practiced techniques of our Nation’s top shooting athletes.