To all of our members: I would like to thank everyone for the support of Pinetucky Gun Club. It survives because of you, the members. We have done a lot around the club this year and have a lot on the schedule next year. I hope all of you and your families have a great holiday season.
Grab a friend who may be new to shooting and bring them out and show them what a great place the club is.
The club will be closed on Christmas Day, Wednesday, December 25th.
7 Dec. - Steel Shoot. Steel shooting offers a port of entry to the shooting sports that is far less intimidating than practical shooting. Steel provides an excellent starting place for young or beginning shooters. Steel offers the most diversified shooting sport out there making it appealing to youth and seniors, novice and experts. Any practical handgun, including 22 rimfire (both handgun and rifle). Sign up starts at 9am. Cost for monthly club level matches are $10 for Pinetucky Club Members and $15 for non-members. A second firearm can be registered for an additional $5. Standard Pinetucky safety rules apply
7 Dec. - Women’s Shooting League at Pinetucky. Pistol Simulator Hosted by the Marshall’s Dept. If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact. WSLPinetucky@gmail.com.
Lunch at Victoria Mexican Restaurant afterward.
14 Dec. - NRL22 Match. The goal of NRL22 is to make Precision Rifle shooting more available to every community. The NRL22 understands that the shooting community is fascinated with Precision Rifle, but most local ranges don't have 1000 yard capability. NRL22 brings Long Range Precision Rifle shooting to your local 100 yard range. For more information, go to NRL22.org. Cost will be $20.
21 Dec. USPSA (United States Practical Shooting Association) Pistol Match: Practical Shooting measures the shooter’s ability to shoot rapidly and accurately through obstacle-laden courses. The shooter moves, negotiates, runs, covers, and speed reloads through the stage as fast as their skill will allow. If this fast paced shooting sounds like fun, come out and give it a try. Show up with an unloaded centerfire pistol in .38, 9mm, .40, or .45 in an enclosed case and ask a match official where the safe area is so you can holster your gun safely. Also bring a rigid holster, magazines, and mag pouches capable of holding at least 32 rounds. Overall match round counts are usually between 100 and 150 rounds. Specific division requirements can be found at http://uspsa.org. Starts at 9:30 AM and cost will be $20 ($15 for Pinetucky members, active duty military, police, and fire).