Jefferson Longrifles Club
The Jefferson Longrifles Club was founded in 1993, in keeping with the principles of the 2nd amendment’s provision of the right to keep and bear arms. We hosted the 1995, 1998 & 2005 National Southeastern Rendezvous, and also acted as Dog Soldiers at the 2000 and 2002 Southeastern. Jefferson Longrifles Club also hosts its annual Club Rendezvous within the area surrounding Tallahassee, Florida. This festive event includes a variety of competitive games and challenges, such as archery and black powder woods walks, hawk and knife throwing competitions, women’s games of skill and children’s games. The final evening of the ‘vous culminates in a splendid camp feed for rendezvous participants.
What started out as a simple cabin in the woods and a small group of men has grown into something extraordinary. The Jefferson County Longrifles Club now holds monthly shooting competitions on a beautifully manicured and laid out course. The initial log cabin still stands at the middle of the grounds, but now its accompanied by a clubhouse, a target range, a natural spring, and a campground that holds over 100 people during the club’s annual get together with longrifle enthusiasts from all across the East Coast, simply called the “Rendezvous”.