Danville Rifle and Pistol Club: Supporting shooting sports in East Central Illinois since 1939.

How to navigate this site:

On this web site you will find "tabs" located under the red Danville Rifle and Pistol Club banner.  You can click on any tab.  Members-only tabs (pages) are password protected.  


If you are member of the Club, click on the "Member Pages" tab.  You will be prompted to enter the Members-only password.  After entering the password, press enter and you will now have access to all Member pages.  

The Members-Only password will change when we change the combination at the range.  This is generally done in March.  You will be notified via newsletter regarding the new password.  


If you having a problem with the web site, have items you'd like to share, or have suggestions, please email those items to Suzanne at suzannehallihan@gmail.com

Interested in joining the Danville Rifle and Pistol Club?

Want to know more about the Club? Get detailed information here.


This patch is one of the earlier logos.  The Danville Rifle and Pistol Club began in 1939. 

Community Service

Sargent Myron Deckard Scholarship Fund - Danville Area Community College.


The Danville Rifle and Pistol Club proudly supports the student scholarship fund in  Myron's name at Danville Area Community College Click here to see more about DACC).  Myron was a long time member of the Club and a Vermilion County Deputy Sherriff.  Myron was killed in the line of duty.  His family established a scholarship fund in his name at Danville Area Community College.  


The Club supports the scholarship fund through two activities:  The first is the annual raffle ticket drawing for one or more firearms.  The second is the Sgt. Myron Deckard Match held annually at the range. 


For more information of the Sgt. Mayron Deckard Scholarship and the Danville Rifle and Pistol Club's efforts to support the scholarship fund click here.

Firearm Safety Classes

Safety Classes are periodically provided at the range by one of our NRA certified instructors.  These classes are an introduction to safe firearms handling, and focus on identifying basic firearm types and providing an overview of how these types of firearms function.  The classroom phase is followed by live fire of various handguns.  Club members volunteer to bring some of their favorite pistols and revolvers to share with students in the class.  To request information on upcoming Safety Classes click here.

Photo Tour of the Glenn Greenwoood Range