Escondido Fish & Game Association
Sanctioned events on weekends, Tuesday mornings, and Wednesday nights are open to the public. These include shotgun, pistol, and rifle competitions. Casual shooting is open from 7AM to Sunset for members and their guests only.
Training is offered for NRA certifications and clinics as well as well as California Department of Fish and Wildlife certified Hunter Safety classes.
Quarterly Work Party (11/26/2016)
There are four major work parties per year where we get together and make the Range a more beautiful place. The next one is on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Rather than fighting the crowds at the mall, why not work off some of that Thanksgiving dinner at the Work Party? The weather that weekend should be cool and comfortable and the food is always fantastic. There is a no-cost raffle and lots of great people to share the event with. All are welcome – young, old, members and guests. Be there or be square!
On November 8th, 2016 we will have the opportunity to vote in a very heated, controversial election. Many people areClick here to Read More
The EF&GA web site does not contain an editorial section or a blog page and that is by design. We all have our opinions about politics, religion, nationalism, etc... However, this is not designed to be the vehicle for us to exercise out First Amendment rights, it is designed to inform the members and guests of the Association of any items that may be of interest to them. With that stated, I encourage you to closely follow what our elected representatives are doing with our blood, our treasures and our rights.
EF&GA is associated with the NRA and they have many resources on their web site (www.nra.org) with lots of information regarding current and pending legislation as well as major law suits going on at the state and federal levels. I’m not stating that we should all blindly follow whatever the NRA presents as the ‘correct opinion’, just that they are a good resource for information about what is happening at the moment in Second Amendment issues. If we are to present any strong arguments for or against any cause, we should start by educating ourselves on the issues in question. We should learn about the arguments on all sides of the issue and formulate our own opinions.
If you have a strong opinion for opinion for or against any legislation, I strongly recommend that you contact your elected officials at the local, state and federal levels and inform them that you (a voter) have a specific opinion about the issue(s). Sometimes our representatives need to be reminded that we are constituents of a democracy, not subjects of a monarchy.
It was Mark Twain who wrote “Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason.”