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PCSI offers a variety of educational and competitive shooting events throughout the year.  Click on events shown below to see descriptions, event times, requirements and locations.

Match designed to provide shooters of all levels the ability to leverage and practice practical and realistic firearms handling and shooting in a dynamic environment.

Youth Shooting.  Start with the basics and work to advanced skills.  The club offers rifle, pistol, shot gun, muzzleloader, archery, etc. 

Action Pistol is a handgun shooting sport that combines speed with precision

These clinics are designed to recruit new hunters into the sport of archery hunting. 

A Match consists of three rails, each having five bowling pins sitting on it, at a distance of 25 feet. The pins are sitting about 18” apart on the rail.

The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) promotes firearms safety training and rifle practice for all qualified U.S. citizens with special emphasis on youth.

CAS is a type of multigun match utilizing a combination of handgun(s), rifle, and/or shotgun in a variety of "Old West-themed" courses of fire for time and accuracy.

Defensive pistol shooting as a sport is quite simply the use of practical equipment including full charge service ammunition to solve simulated "real world" self-defense scenarios.

Match consists of firing one shot at each of 40 free standing steel plate targets.

The purpose of our junior smallbore program is to teach firearm safety, proper sight pictures, develop safe firearm handling skills and learn range commands.​

This program is designed to instill confidence and increase safe gun handling and shooting skills for first-time shooters, as well as those with minimal training who are 18 and older.

This is a youth smallbore shooting group, please reach out to the contact for more information.

Shotgun clays will have events on the Fourth Saturdays from March through November.  

This is a smallbore competition, please reach out to the contact for more information.

Steel rocks! Not only is it fun, it is also a fantastic way to learn about your shooting and to increase your shooting skills. It is great for beginning shooters - the steel is reactive (you can hear it ring when you hit it).

USPSA matches combine drawing from a holster, rapid engagement of multiple targets (paper and steel), reloading the handgun under time constraints, movement between shooting positions, shooting through, around, over, and under walls and props of all types,

This event is designed for all levels of experience from first time shooters, archers and fishers to those that have some prior experience but are looking to improve their skills and/or continue participation in the various outdoor sports

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