Frequently Asked Questions

1) I am not a member, but can I still shoot at the club? Is the club open to the public?

Providence Revolver is only open to members and their guests. No, we are not open to the public, but to arrange a tour, please see the next question:

2) How do I get more information about the club or get a tour of the club?

Please contact us at I’d like membership information. (Or send an email to membership@providencerevolver.com). We would be happy to send you additional information or arrange a tour of the club.

3) How do I become a member of Providence Revolver?

A)      Contact us at  I’d like membership information. (Or send an email to membership@providencerevolver.com for information about the club).

B)      Download the Membership Application here. Fill out the Membership Application, submit a current BCI check from the AG’s office (no more than 30 days old, Submit a $100 Application Fee (pays for your training), Proof of membership in the NRA, mail all of this to the club.  The Executive Committee will contact you to set up an appointment for you to be interviewed (all interviews are held in executive session).  The Executive Committee generally meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month.

C)      After your successful meeting with the Executive Committee, you will be given an appointment to complete your NRA Certified Training and Qualification course.  This course generally takes place on either a Saturday or a Sunday morning.   This course holds many benefits for you down the road.

D)      If you successfully complete the Training and Qualification course, you will be issued a key-fob to access the club, at which time you will be probationary member for one year.  At this time you will be required to submit the dues for the remainder of the fiscal year.  The due will be pro-rated (the full year dues is $ 220.00).  Assuming you have an uneventful first year at the club, you will then become a full member.

4) Is there a waiting list to join the club?

No, there is no waiting list. Once you complete the membership requirements, you can become a probationary member with access to the club, right away.

5) I’m new to shooting, so is Providence Revolver the right place
for me?

If you are serious about safety and if you are interested in learning more and
improving as a shooter, than absolutely, Providence Revolver is the right place
for you.  Part of joining Providence Revolver involves attending a Training and Qualification class which will give you a solid foundation to build on.