With the end of WWII, the club unofficially started when the boys came home to Osage and joined their fathers in a weekly get-together to play pinochle and talk about hunting and fishing. By the 60s, the club became a more organized effort as the group of men had bought the old dumpsite in Osage for $1 to be used as a shooting range.
A constitution was written up in the early 90s, making the club official. Few original members remain, but the club continues to have an important role in the community.
The primary mission of the Club is to encourage outdoor sports and conservation. Recently, the focus has been on shooting; however, the current membership is enthusiastic about expanding into archery and conservation.