Welcome to the Mississippi River Rangers website. "Playing the game the way the game is played today." Stage design and target placement by Bill Carson and our own Prestidigi(Tator). History: . April 1997 MRR founded by Easy Lee and became the 59th SASS affiliated club. . 2003 the Rangers were the first recipient of the SASS Wooly Award as the Best Club.
. 2006 we were honored again as the first two time winner of the award.
. 2012 responsibility for and leadership transferred from Easy Lee to Taska Jim.
WE WILL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL TO EASY LEE FOR HIS EARLY VISION AND LEADERSHIP AND WISH HE AND CASINO CLAIR ALL OF THE BEST AS THEY PURSUE OTHER INTERESTS.
The Rangers shoot the 4th Saturday and the 5th Saturday (when there is one).
Sign in at 11:00. Shooters meeting will begin at 11:30. 6 stage match fee is $15 (buckaroos shoot free).
We also shoot the 3rd Sunday. Sign in at 12:15, the fun begins at 1:00. 4 stage match fee is $10.
Shooters safety is of paramount importance to MRR. Ear protection is required as is eye protection which must be either wrap around glasses or have side shields. Both ear plugs and side shields are available when you sign in.
MRR follows the guidelines listed in the SASS Handbook, RO1 and RO2 manuals. Any exceptions will be covered in stage instructions or by the posse leaders. There will be no surprises.
Our range is located at 2432 Rabbit Ridge Road, Byhalia, MS 38611-7713 (34.860923 - 89.646137)
Byhalia, MS is located 35 miles southeast of Memphis, TN on highway 78.
From exit 14 on highway 78 proceed north on 309 to the intersection of 309 and 178. There is a stop light and a post office at that intersection.
Turn right, or southeast, on highway 178 and proceed 2.3 miles to the intersection of MS 178 and Rabbit Ridge Road.
Turn left, or east on Rabbit Ridge Road and proceed approximately 3/4 of a mile.
2432 Rabbit Ridge Road is on your left immediately after you cross the railroad track.
Turn left, or north and proceed approximately one mile, past our land owner's home, to the range.
Please respect our land owners request to obey a 10 MPH speed limit