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Fort Harmar's Buckeye State Ballistic Challenge is one of the country's top matches.
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Welcome To FHRC!

History of Fort Harmar Rifle Club
The Fort Harmar Rifle Club was established in 1926 by a group of local shooting enthusiasts. The logo represents the original pentagonal palisade of Fort Harmar, with its blockhouses at its vertices. The laurel leaves are the ancient Roman award for excellence in competition. The target conveys the focus of the organization. This work of art was created by Mr. Richard Malin, member and long time supporter. Our thanks for his most excellent creation. For more on Fort Harmar, visit the Campus Martius Museum, in Marietta, Ohio.
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The Fort Harmar Rifle Club Founder's Objectives:
To Protect and Defend the Constitution of the United States of America and the individual Liberty of its Citizens.
To encourage rifle and pistol shooting in accordance with the Constitution and the club's by-laws.
To encourage all individuals to exercise their Constitutional 'Right to Keep and Bear Arms'.
To provide a facility for the use of the members and their guests to engage in the shooting sports.
To promote, sanction and conduct various competitions and maintain an interest in the shooting sports.
To promote the shooting sports among the youth and youth groups in the community.
To promote public safety, law and order and national defense.
To promote hunter safety and conservation of our natural resources.
To promote a solid relationship between our club and our community, state and country.
The clubs first range was located on the Airolite property in Oak Grove.
In May, 1931 the club affiliated with the National Rifle Association.
In 1935 we bought the land in Oak Grove, where the indoor range is still used for rifle and pistol shooting matches and training.
In 1991 we bought over 100 acres of land on Washington County Road #12 and the outdoor range was moved to this site. This land allows the shooting of more than one match at a time and gives us the ability to fire at ranges of up to 300 yards.
We continue working to improve our facilities and add more shooting sport capabilities.
We invite you to come out and watch or participate in a match! If you like what you see, JOIN US!!!


Our Activities, Leagues and Matches

All 2017 Matches List of dates, times, and results of all FHRC Matches in 2017
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IDPA Matches Two IDPA and one instructional match in 2017.
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Glock Style Match Like GSSF but don't own a Glock? Need to practice for the big match? We have just the answer for you!
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Combat Pistol Try what started the tactical pistol competition sport.
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Vintage Military Rifle Bring out your old warhorse and show what it can do. Relive some history.
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Buckeye State Ballistic  Challenge FHRC is the home of the Best GSSF Match of the Year!
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NRA Women on Target The highly successful program from the NRA to get the ladies more familiar with firearms.
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.22 Silhouette Match More information about the six matches this year.
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22 Bullseye League NRA Conventional Bullseye Target shooting.
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News & Events

August 2, 2017 Member's Meeting
7pm Indoor Pistol Range.
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August 5, 2017 Kevin Parks Youth Day
9am-2pm Outdoor Pistol Range.
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August 13, 2017 22 Silhouette
10am-3pm Outdoor Rifle Range.
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August 27, 2017 Defensive Pistol Match
9am-3pm Outdoor Pistol Range.
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August 27, 2017 Tactical Rifle Match
9am-3pm Outdoor Rifle range.
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September 6, 2017 Member's Meeting
7pm- Indoor Pistol Range.
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September 10, 2017 22 Silhouette Rifle Match
10am-3pm Outdoor Rifle Range.
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September 16, 2017 Women On Target Handgun Clinic
8:30am-5pm Outdoor Pistol Range.
See outdoor calendar