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I visited the South Florida Shooting Club a couple weeks ago to watch some of the 5 Stand competition and have a look around. I missed their ATA competition the weekend before. It's very nice. It is also a little more expensive than the other clubs I've belonged to at $2000/yr. I think Erie County was $40/yr and Peoria was low I just don't remember how much now. North Jersey Clay Target is $186
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If the lifetime membership is actually $75,000 for a 25 year membership (rather than per year) that would be a great deal. That comes out to $3000 dollars per year. Assuming they have decent coaches that charge $150/hour, you shoot a flat a week, you’ll get your money’s worth.
 

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Anyone know the cost for North Brook Club in ILL. Shot a ATA registered shoot some yrs ago. Forget how many acres, but they had Deer hunting, duck hunting. I don't remember all the other stuff that was included.
 

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Pine Creek in southern FLA, was pretty exclusive at one point... they may have filled their membership, but at one time they had a 5 figure initiation fee...
 

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WOW---with those initiation fees & dues we won't have to worry about the 2nd amendment. A club I belong to WAS $250. initiation & $160.yearly dues when I joined 35 about years ago and that was hard to swallow. Now $1000. init. & $310 dues, at age 80 (& wife(s) cancer) don't shoot much anymore, don't know how many more years I'll be able to afford the club. AND those (our) prices seem (are) low compared to some above.
 
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