Beloit is an amazing club. Its on 62 acres. They have an indoor pistol range in the clubhouse, Outdoor Pistol range that is also used for competitions, 100 and 200 yard rifle ranges, 25-50-75-and 100 yard .22 silhouette range, trap range, blackpowder range, cowboy action range where they have a mock wild west town built, and archery range with a tower and a trail throughout the woods with 3D targets. All the ranges have multiple shooting lanes so you never have to wait. They have leagues you can join for each range if you like to compete for fun on a different shooting discipline. The do CMP and NRA high power matches as well which are open to the public on the 100 yard range.
To join you need two members to sponsor you.It is 200 dollars a year. You can get that down to 75 dollars by volunteering 8 hours per year. They have work days one saturday per month from 7-3 where we do general range maintence and clean up. There are other things you can volunteer for as well. I volunteered on the work days before I was a member to get to know people. That is how I got my sponsors. You could also volunteer at the CMP and NRA shoots to meet members as well. http://beloitrifleclub.org/
This is off their website...
"Welcome to the Beloit Rifle Club website.
Charted in 1925 and affiliating with the National Rifle Association in 1927, the Beloit Rifle Club currently occupies 62 acres of land on Philhower Road just north of Beloit. This facility has become one of the finest in the Midwest featuring indoor and outdoor shooting and archery ranges. Our membership of nearly 700 travels from as far away as Chicago.
Our main goal – promoting a safe shooting environment for the following disciplines: Trap, Black Powder, Pistol, Silhouette, Archery, High Power Rifle, Benchrest, Cowboy Action, Civilian Marksmanship.
Our facilities are used by the Rock County 4H Shooters, Boy Scouts, Young Marines, the Beloit Police Department, state policing organizations and Marine recruits. Professor John Nickels of Beloit College brought his class to the range to learn about ballistics and to experience firing a pistol. Safety education classes are also held.
Please note that outside of special events, use of the Beloit Rifle Club facilities is by membership or invitation only."