1875 Twin Sisters Rd, Fairfield, CA | Directions 9453438.301581 -122.149953
Airsoft Mil-Sim Adventure and Real Steel – I go to their airsoft event(modern military reenactment) every month to play and I must say, this place is great place for war-gaming. Great terrain, realistic scenarios, structures and props is what makes this place unique and add more realism to the game.
They usually have about 100+ players every month when they host their event, so if you want to play some realistic military war-gaming this is the place.
For shooting, I used go to the range at Chabott but I like Twin Sisters Gun Club better; hitting targets and enjoying nature at the same time is a huge plus.
I live out in the East Bay, it is definitely worth the drive. This place is highly recommended!!!!!!!!!!!
Worth every penny – I've been to many other gun clubs and this one is by far the best one to practice my skills. I shot my pistol, shotgun, 22lr, and my 30-06 all at DIFFERENT ranges on the same day. The owner was, and always has been very friendly every time i go up there, and i never felt like my safety was being compromised. On top of all that the property is well preserved, natural beauty everywhere you turn.
Shooting Range Change – The owners of the range are no longer allowing Hunting at all. I can now shoot all year long with the other members, at the 300 yard range. If you have a firm grasp on shooting, want a private club, and like to be outdoors Twin Sisters Gun Club is the place to be.
Poor club for Deer hunting – I have been hunting Deer on this property for 6 years. The first 5 years were average seeing 1 or 2 bucks per year. This all changed this year with the owners son taking control. Please keep in mind this propery is approx 165 acres in size. You are required to call in advance to hunt so you are suppose to be the only one on the property at the time of your hunt. This is a good system if the owner would just do his job. On 3 seperate occasions the owner let tagert shooters onto the middle of the property during our deer hunt. This causes a potential saftey hazard not to mention the deer are not going to be around when someone is shooting at targets. On the 3rd time this happened I called the owners son to let him know I have a concern with saftey and to ask if he had asked the target shooters to leave. He proceeded to yell profanities at me and said if I did not like it he would escort me off the property. At this point my 14 year old son told me this is a bad place to hunt and was nervous about the saftey so we left and never came back. We felt ripped off and this gave my son a negative outlook on deer hunting. I told him this is a very bad example of how a club should be run and next year will join a club that my friend has been very happy huntnig. My advise is to save your money on this club and look for one that focuses on hunting. The owner is only after pocketing your money and is clueless on how to successfully manage a club.
This was an overall bad year in our area for A zone deer hunting. The owner did say when he was walking his dogs on the property they chased a buck out of the dense tree area. This proves a buck was on the propery but you will have to compete with the pig hunters and target shooters.
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