Welcome to Pima Pistol Club
A member-owned shooting club – open to the public!
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 begin October 1.
Proposed Changes in By-Laws
The Board of Directors is proposing changes to Pima Pistol Club By-Laws. The proposed revision of By-Laws is available for the membership to read and review online or in the Admin Office and will be voted on by the Regular membership at the December election. Below is the link to the proposed By-Laws:
Attention USPSA Shooters – USPSA and the National Range Officer Institute (NROI) are offering an NROI Academy at Rio Salado in Mesa, AZ in December. For more information click on the following link:
We have a new USPSA Match Director – Hunter Marcuson and we’re excited to resume the USPSA matches. Check out www.practiscore.com for upcoming matches.
AZ Fish and Game Grant – Chip/Seal Project
Pima Pistol was award a grant from Arizona Fish and Game to chip/seal the range parking lot. For details and information, please see the following links:
USER GROUP REMINDER
The Board of Directors approved a revision to the User Group Agreement on 8/14/2018. If you have signed the 6/1/2018 version there is no need to sign the new revision. The newest Agreement is available for download below.
Pima Pistol Club Sponsors
We’re beginning to prepare for the parking lot chip/seal project. It will be done in two phases. More details to follow regarding alternate access and parking.
Yes, active or retired military, law enforcement and firefighters receive discounts with us that are posted on our website.
Our memberships are for a year. They include a spouse and children under the age of eighteen. You also get access to our member only ranges.
Children under the age of eighteen shoot for free
The minimum age is eight years old, however they must be fourteen in order to shoot center fire rifles or hand guns.
No, the general public cannot reserve ranges. We operate on a first-come first-serve basis, but you are more than welcome to call the range office to see how busy we are on any given day. We also have the calendar posted to our website so you can check there too.
Yes, we do! The most expensive target is $1.00 and ear plugs are two pairs for $1.00
No, we do not.