Membership will be back open in September and anyone who has already started the process will just need to bring payment in to complete paperwork and stand before membership at the September 7th general meeting (starting at 5:30).
Civilian Marksmanship class is being held at PMSC on Sunday September 18th 2016 (9am-noon) at the PMSC Rifle Range. Learn marksmanship fundamentals with a service rifle. Learn how to Shoot from the standing, sitting, and prone positions.
Learn how to use a sling, sight alignment, and natural point of aim. Instruction and live fire (60 rounds of ammo needed)
Participants can use their own rifles (AR15 with either a military web or M1917 sling). Please make sure your rifle is sighted in for 100 yards.
If you prefer to use a M1 Garand for this class, feel free to bring it. If you don’t have a rifle the club will provide a M1 Garand at no cost (request at registration). 30.06 ammo must be purchased from the club (at .50 a round) if you use a club M1 Garand. 30.06 ammo is also available for purchase (at .50 a round) for those bringing their own M1 Garand.
PMSC Members Only
Cost: $20 per person
Preregistration is required
Class will be limited to 10 participants
Shooting mats and targets will be provided
Eye and Ear protection is required (ear plugs recommended instead of ear muffs)
New membership is currently closed until further notice.
We (The Board of Directors and Officers) are working on replacing our membership committee and smooth out the process. We will post to the website when Membership reopens
An introduction to the Civilian Marksmanship class is being held at PMSC on May 22nd 2016. Learn marksmanship fundamentals with a service rifle. Learn how to Shoot from the standing, sitting, and kneeling positions. Learn the basics of sight alignment, natural point of aim, trigger pull, and breathing techniques to permit you to put precisely aimed shots on target at 100 yards. Classroom and live fire. Preregistration is required and seating is limited.
It's starting to warm up and the daylight is lasting longer, so I wanted to remind everyone that skeet night is every Thursday night 6pm-9pm on the skeet field (weather permitting). You'll need your own shells (#7.5 shot or smaller), or 12ga shells can be purchased from the club for $7.50 per box. If you don't have your own shotgun, there's usually someone willing to share a gun with a first-timer, and the club also has 12ga shotguns and 20ga youth shotguns available. A limited supply of free 20ga shells is also available for youth shooters. The cost is $3.50 per round of skeet (25 targets). Also, if you're a member who would like to be able to shoot skeet at your convenience, come on a Thursday night, and I will give you a short orientation on the operation of the skeet field. For more information, contact Kenny Riddile at firstname.lastname@example.org
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