One of the Oldest and Most Reputable Gun Clubs in the Tri-Cities



We are involved and active in issues concerning sportsmen and conservationists through our membership in and support of East Tennessee Sportsmen's Federation, Tennessee Conservation League and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency . Cherokee Rod & Gun Club is one of the strongest conservation interests in East Tennessee.




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Appleseed Event 6/30/2024

From Anthony Gilliam: Please use and share as appropriate. We had a family from Maryland, one from Colorado and 2 adults who had never fired a rifle before. 2 shooters qualified as Rifleman. ( 1 being a first time shooter ) awesome also gained a new instructor ! Thank you to the club.

Shotgun News 7/8/2024

From Larry Dark: Howdy Cherokee still has 12 ga shot shells available for club members at 85.00 per flat. If you need a promatic card or targets added, look for Joe Trujillo , Charlie Dove, Rodney Meade or Bob Minke .  Any of these guys will be happy to fix you up with targets or […]

Shotgun News 7/1/2024

From Larry Dark: Howdy If you need ammo….catch up with one of the shop keepers, Charlie Dove, Rodney Meade, Joe Trujillo . They can sell you 12 ga shells for 85.00 per case. Tuesday 7/2 *Open practice. Skeet and trap ranges open by noon and runs till mid afternoon Friday 7/5 *Arts old Codgers will […]

Shotgun News 6/24/2024

From Larry Dark: Howdy Tuesday 6/25*Open practice . Skeet and trap fields open mid day and shoot till mid afternoon Friday 6/28*Arts old Codgers will be shooting trap and skeet starting around 9a and running till lunchtime Saturday 6/29*5 th Saturday. No trophy shoots scheduled. Range DutySaturday No one scheduledSunday 6/30 Barry Lytle Hope to […]

New 150yd Target on Upper Range

From Kregg Klingman: Thanks to Jim Regur, Robert Platt and Marco Rocco for fabricating and planting the new 150 yard target, Sunday, June 23rd. Editor’s Note: Please try your best NOT to shoot the pole and hanger. The pole is not there to lean your target against.