Summer Hours start March 1 February 16, 2021


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.

Please check the calendar for events that may occupy some of the range facilities.

NSSF “First Shots” Class, March 24

Pima Pistol Club will host a “First Shots” Class.  This event is sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and is designed to safely and enjoyably introduce you to handguns.  It will be taught by NRA Certified Instructors.  There will be classroom and range time.  For more information and to register go to, select “Events” and search on “Pima Pistol”. You do not need to own a handgun to attend.

Shortened Hours Effective March 1st

Over the last few months we have been experiencing a decline in attendance both in membership and day shooters due in part to COVID but certainly due to the ammo shortage.  The attendance data shows that there is very little range use from 2p until closing.
In response to this, we are going to summer hours effective March 1st:

Monday-Friday:  7:30am-2:30pm
No new shooters after 1:00pm
Last shot 2:00pm

Saturday and Sunday:  730am-5:00pm
No new shooters after 3:30pm
Last shot 430pm


5/19/2020 – The Gates will not be opened until 7-7:15a.  First shot is still at 7:30a.

Children under the age of 8 are not allowed on the Range.

Dogs are not allowed on the Range (except service dogs and LE K9s).

As of January 14, 2020, spouses will no longer be included with memberships.  Spouses can be added for $50 annually.  With each new or renewed membership, the primary member will receive two guest passes.  These passes must be used in presence of the member. The passes have arrived, so if you have recently renewed or become a new member since 1/14/2020, please stop by the Admin Office to receive your passes.  Only the Admin Office will be issuing the passes.  Children under 18 still shoot free.

Bylaws Revision 10.9.2018

User Agreement 1.2021


2020 AZ State IDPA Match Sponsors

A huge thank you to the NRA Foundation for funding the building of our new Range 5A. Using the Hesco barriers rather than a dirt berm enabled us to add width to both the interior and exterior of the new range – plus it presents a much cleaner and pleasing look to the range.  We appreciate the NRA Foundation always supporting us with their grants.

Summer Hours are in Effect

Monday -> Friday
Open 7:30AM-2:30PM
No new shooters after 1:00PM
Last shot 2:00P Gates closed 2:30PM

Saturday & Sunday
Open 7:30AM-5:00PM
No new shooters after 3:30PM
Last shot 4:30P Gates closed 5:00PM

Don’t cross the wash if it is running. During bad weather check with the range office for closures at 520-825-3603.

Yes, active or retired military, law enforcement and firefighters receive discounts with us that are posted on our website.

Memberships are for one year. Memberships include children under the age of eighteen. Addition of a spouse to the membership is $50.  Memberships also include access to 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.