Pima Pistol Club is a member-owned shooting range, open to the public, located near Catalina, Arizona, just north of Tucson. We have facilities for rifle and pistol target shooting and host a variety of competitions including USPSA, IDPA, Steel Challenge, ICORE, 2-Gun Action Challenge, and NRA Action Pistol.
This is a cold range. All firearms brought onto the range must be unloaded. Clearing stations are available at the entrance.
The range is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Please check the calendar for events that may occupy some of the range facilities.
Winter hours are now in effect:
- 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Every Day
During bad weather check with the range office for closures.
Pima Pistol is an NRA member club. Our facilities have been supported by grants from the NRA and from the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Pima Pistol Club is proud to be hosting the Blade-Tech 2014 Arizona IDPA Championship on April 12, 2014. For details see the match website at az2014.pimapistolclub.com. For announcements and updates about the match, join the AZ 2014 mailing list at lists.pimapistolclub.com.
UPDATE: Registration for the match is now closed due to overwhelming response. There are still a few Safety Officer spots open.
ICORE is starting up again on May 3rd and will continue on the first Saturday of every month.
Please watch your speed on Bowman Road. Do Not exceed 25MPH on the paved section or 15MPH on the dirt section. Always slow down when passing pedestrians and horses and give them plenty of room. Also do not exceed 10MPH on the club property.
Pima Pistol Club will be closed on the following dates in April for the 2014 Arizona IDPA Championship:
- Wednesday, April 9: The pistol range (R1) and 100-yard rifle range (R2) will be OPEN. All other ranges will be closed.
- Thursday, April 10 - Sunday, April 13: The entire range will be closed.
Just a reminder that we have some email lists you might want to join. The Range Users lists carries announcements of interest to all PPC users, including special events, range closures, and so on. There are also competition-specific lists (USPSA, IDPA, etc.) for those who participate in our matches.
These lists are fairly low-traffic. You won't hear from us unless there's something important you need to know. And it goes without saying, we will not share your email address with anyone or use it for any other purpose without your permission.
To sign up for these lists, visit the Pima Pistol Club Mailing List Manager.