Whether your interest is informal shooting, match participation, self-defense training and/or practice, PSC is the club for you!
PSC Women's Program
PSC hosts a monthly shooting program just for women. It consists of "handgun 101" as well as more advanced training and just plain fun!
PSC Juniors Program
This monthly event has been a big hit with junior shooters ages 12 - 18. Our "kids" rotate month through all shooting disciplines available at PSC, including archery.
Training & Education
All NRA training courses, the Texas Concealed Handgun License Course, and Texas Hunter Safety Education courses are offered at PSC. Also available are basic, intermediate and advanced handgun and self-defense courses.
Joining PSC Shooting Club, Inc. requires attending the New Member Orientation and being a Member of the NRA. Membership is capped and people on the New Member Waiting List are periodically invited to join. The New Member Waiting List is opened periodically until a specific number of people have registered, then it is closed. Read More
Certain rifles can be shot on Bay 2B if a Member has a current Carbine Variance. This procedure was established to provide an opportunity to practice 3-Gun and SASS matches. Requirements to obtain and renew Carbine Variances are set out in the linked article and they cannot be waived. Read More
The Club has adopted and published a comprehensive set of rules and every Member is required to read, understand and follow those rules. Members are also required to ensure that all of their family and guests also follow all Club Rules. If you haven't reviewed the rules lately, you should read them both to refresh your memory and to check for any rules changes. Read More
Only instructors who are on the PSC Approved Instructor List can conduct classes and/or training sessions on PSC property. Instructors are vetted before being added to the Approved Instructor List and only people with several years of volunteer service to the Club and its Members are eligible for consideration. There are no current openings. Read More
PSC Range Officers are key in the operation of your Club. These Members serve 4 hour shifts that fit their schedules and they help the Club to run smoothly and efficiently and in accordance with the published Rules and policies. There is no minimum number of shifts an RO must work, so most Members can fit RO service into their schedules. Read More
Special Programs & Training
Training & Education +
Training courses and classes in all shooting disciplines are available at PSC Shooting Club, Inc. All are taught by certified…Read More
PSC Juniors Program +
New shooters between ages 12 and 18 are always welcome. It is not necessary to have attended previous sessions or…Read More
PSC Women's Program +
The PSC Shooting Club, Inc. Women's Program is for Members and non-members alike. It is held on the first Saturday…Read More