The Central Florida Muzzleloaders are a group of black powder enthusiasts that meet at the Central Florida Rifle and Pistol Club to share the enjoyment of muzzleloading shooting. These interests include not only muzzleloading rifle firing, but also pistol, revolver, smoothbore, and rifled musket. Competition in these categories is a part of the fun but just having an opportunity to safely shoot your muzzleloaders in the company of others who share a common interest is the primary concern.
Another interest shared is the living history aspects of the muzzleloading era, which include rendezvous' (events where the 1840's are depicted in dress and camp life.)
We meet at the Central Florida Rifle and Pistol Club starting in February of each year. Normally we shoot on the third Sunday of each month between the hours of 8:00am and 2:00pm. At times, holidays and range use conflict and it is necessary for the Central Florida Muzzleloaders to change dates. Please call Buffalo Bill's Shooting Store for the updated schedule.
Consider this as an invitation to bring your muzzleloader and share a day of fun at the Central Florida Rifle and Pistol Club. Many of our shooters came to their first event solely to sight in their new muzzleloader in a safe environment, only to find the experience so enjoyable that they returned again and again. The Central Florida Muzzleloaders charge no dues and membership is established by merely attending events.
14646 Wewahootee Rd,
Orlando, FL 32832
Florida Frontiersmen, Inc. is a 501c(3) non-profit organization committed to preserving the skills of America’s first settlers. Members endeavor to promote fellowship and education through a historical appreciation of the pre-1840 era. Established in 1967, members work to preserve black powder shooting for the entire family.
1000 Old Fort Meade Road
The Jefferson Longrifles is a Muzzle Loading Rifle Club, made up of individuals who subscribe to the principles of the National Rendezvous and Living History Foundation and the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association.
The Longrifles are chartered as a not-for-profit corporation in the State of Florida, and is affiliated with the NRLHF and NMLRA. Club members hold regularly scheduled meetings once a month, along with muzzle loading rifle and primitive archery matches. Club members also conduct special education programs for civic and youth groups, hold outdoor field activities and participate in historical events throughout the year. These include re-enactments, rendezvous, hunting trips and social get-togethers.
PO Box 21348
The Brevard County Extension, 4-H Outdoor Technology program is a youth development program using shooting sports and natural resource education to teach life skills.
The Palmetto Muzzle Loaders hold their meetings at Trailglades Range the second Sunday of each month. These meetings include a shooting competition beginning at 9:00 a.m. and a business meeting immediately following the competition. This usually begins around 11:30 am. These are termed regular shoots. The targets for regular shoots are paper targets shot at 25-, 50-, or 100-yards.
19500 SW 214th St, Miami, FL 33187
Shooters are looking to start a monthly shooting meet in Saint Cloud Florida. Meets would be for everyone. Opportunities are there for people to help with the startup. No dues or no club drama, no monthly fee and no yearly fee, no requirement to join NRA, Just a public shooting competition at a public range.
The Location will be at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's public Triple N Ranch shooting range. Cost to use the range will be 12 dollars and small donation to help pay for prizes.
Range hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday
Contact Ian Perry
St. Cloud, FL
The Treaty Oak Long Rifles is a charter club, of the National Muzzleloading Rifle Association located in Jacksonville, FL. There is a competitive shoot the second Saturday morning of every month at the Gateway Rifle and Pistol Club located at 9301 Zambito Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32210. We arrive around 7-7:30 am and start the match at 8:00 am. The competition consists of five rifle targets, usually one at 100yds, two at 50yds and two at 25yds. One pistol target, 10 shots at 25 yds. We shoot off hand. Round ball only with iron sights. No in lines. Ribbons are awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3d place on each. The shooting fee is $10.00 for Gateway members and $15.00 for non Gateway members $15. If you love shooting traditional muzzleloaders then please come join us. We are always looking for more shooters.
9301 Zambito Ave, Jacksonville, FL