July Highlights include first Pistol Match of a series on the 8th, Rifle Match on the 15th, Swap Meet on the 22nd and limited CPR class on the 29th.
We are a CMP affiliated club !
and call our PR line at 817 694 9817
See Repository Page for necessary schedules, calendar and rules documentation in PDF format.
The Club does authorize a LTC class.
Contact 817 991 8085 for details.
1. What to do with unfired, old, dud, 22 caliber or other ammunition ?
Your ammo does not belong to PCSC. YOU are responsible for YOUR ammunition.
DO NOT leave any ammunition of any kind on PCSC property.
Disposal is your responsibility.
We do have brass buckets for fired / empty cartridge cases including .22 caliber.
2. Keys to automated trap and skeet require orientation on 1st Saturday of the month after the New Member Orientation. About 11AM-12PM.
3. Be aware of rule updates posted here on the website "Repository" page and those updates posted in the sign in hut. This particularly for Range G that is new and subject to revision as we all learn to safely operate this new range and equipment.
4. Is the entire range facility unavailable to members when 4H has use of the entire facility on 2nd and last Sunday of the month? The 4H only uses Range F and the Shotgun range on the 2nd and last Sunday from 2-5 PM. We do not use Range F exclusively, we often share it with our members shooting alongside of the kids. If a member wishes to use the Shotgun range then the 4H will only use one of the two ranges during that time. The 4H is allowed to use other ranges but only does so occasionally and will share them with our members. So you should not have a problem using a range on those days.
Range G construction contractor, Ray Golden Jr. advises work on F and G will continue with the gutter installation in near future. F and G will be down during the week but open on weekends. When material arrives, will note here and on Facebook Group.
Parker County Sportsman Club
Freedom with Responsibility