Welcome to our beautiful and beloved club. Please help us keep it that way by picking up after yourself and taking your trash home with you.

You carried it in, so you carry it out.

The good folks who volunteer their time to mow should not have to stop and pick up debris that could damage the mower or otherwise be thrown by the mower.


10-16-2020: As per meeting last night, Joe will plan to have another work party at the target/impact area of the 500 yard range.


Work Party Saturday Oct 24th, 9am
Park in the main parking area near the cluhouse.
I will seek confirmation on what we are doing for food. For at least 2 recent work parties, JP has cooked hotdogs and hamburgers for lunch.
Don’t worry if you do not have a chainsaw to bring as we could use several helpers to assist each person with a chainsaw. JP may be able to use some helpers in the kitchen also.
In the event a surplus of volunteers show up, we can divide into multiple groups so that we do not have too many people too close to each other.
If you have a pole saw, you may help cut branches in the roadway from the clubhouse to the dry creek to help open up the roadway.
Perhaps one or more groups could start cutting the blue painted trees from impact area to the dry creek.
Links to videos below.
9-19-2020 Clubhouse to dry creek Notice the bushy branches in the roadway that need to be cleared back as you get closer to the dry creek. There are many piles of brush along this road from efforts in recent years to open up and clear this roadway.
9-19-2020 Dry creek to 500 target/impact area. Notice the many trees with blue spray paint to clear a roadway. Will need at least 10 feet wide roadway for an 8 foot wide excavator to get to the impact area.
9-19-2020 Ron and Jeff review the 500 yard range impact area. Piles of firewood with no access yet for pickup truck.
9-19-2020 More discussion at 500 yard target/impact area.
9-19-2020 Back to the clubhouse. Notice the bushy branches in the roadway that need to be cleared back.
Thank You,
Jeff Chimileski
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IDPA match uses all of the following ranges, 100 yard, 50 yard, 30 yard, 25 yard and 20 yard on match day and setup the evening before. The grass area in front of the 300 yard range bench is closed, so you must use the road to set targets at the 300 yard back berm. No boating on the pond during the IDPA match. IDPA match is typically done around 12:30 to 1pm.

August 2020: 500 range is closed effective immediately. It will re-open after hunting season. Oct 16 update: Quote for concrete pad has been approved. No date scheduled yet for concrete pad, but intent is to get it done before cold weather. Multiple work parties have taken place and continue for clearing trees in and around the impact area and clearing a roadway for excavator to get to the impact area.

July 2020, Our president, Ron Lee, is opening the club on Wednesday nights for trap and skeet, 6pm til done (often by 7:30). Club is also open Friday nights for trap. Oct 16 update: Ron will open for 2 more Wednesday nights, 10-21 and 10-28, then shut down Wendesday nights for the winter.

6/30/2020 Thank You Workers!

Successful delivery of clay birds today.

Thank you all!

Ron Lee


Jeff Chimileski

Frank Belveg

Jerry Krisko


6/10/2020 Update: Don Baker will no longer be selling memberships from Pigeon Hill Arms. Membership page updated.



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10-2-2019 Membership form has been updated. Rules on back side (page 2) have been updated. You must sign and date the back side (page 2) to indicate you have read and agree to the rules.



Jan 2019: Rifle and pistol ranges will be closed from 6:00 pm until skeet is done (often by 7:30), every Friday night and Sunday mornings from 9:00 am till done. (often by 10:30am).  This is to provide individual safety during scheduled Skeet shooting events.


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