Conservation Committment

Long before it was politically correct to mouth platitudes and misinformation about the environment, sportsmen were committed to doing something about preserving our outdoor heritage.  Remember Theodore Roosevelt?  He was a great hunter who, as president, made conservation a national priority.

PSC’ers don't just talk about it; they put some sweat and muscle behind their words.  For years, in conjunction with The Big Horn Sheep Society and the Department of Fish and Game, we have gone out into the desert to build and maintain wildlife guzzlers.  A guzzler is a watering spot for Big Horn Sheep and other critters.  Two of them have been officially named for Chuck Kerr and John Doll, late members who were particularly committed to this good work.
Nowadays, when we can get permission from the politicians, a bunch of us trek into the wilderness to build, rebuild, or pull maintenance on the guzzlers.  There's some hard work involved, but many hands make it easy and there's also a lot of fun.  The group camps out.  Lots of wild life is spotted.  When the work is done, they chow down on steaks and killer-chili, sitting around, feeling satisfied and trading stories with good friends.  It doesn't get any better than that.

Cowboy Action Shooting

cowboy-iconPSC hosts Cowboy Action Shooting matches on the third Sunday of every month, and the Great Northfield Raid annual event every Fall.

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Youth Events

youth-iconPSC hosts youth events for the NRA and Boy Scouts of America in an effort to promote firearm safety and awareness.

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Trap & Skeet

trap-iconPSC has its own trap & skeet fields. Join us for trap league and open practice.

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