Palm Springs Gun Club is a private, members only club, THE RANGE IS NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, however, non-members can attend our organized matches, which are held on most weekends. For information on how to attend the match, please contact the specific match director.
The club hosts introductory matches for the novice shooter several times a year. Intro matches focus on: range safety, safe gun handling, range commands & etiquette, and some of the scoring methods used at other matches. As a community of active shooters, it is quite common for the more experienced shooters to help out beginners on an informal basis.
A list of matches current held at PSGC are listed here. Membership is not required to participate in matches as a competitor.
Approximately one dozen of our members are Range Officers certified by the National Range Officer Institute.
You are encouraged to come out to a match to see what we do. Each match has a unique flavor and offers a different experience for the shooter. A shooter who has not experienced competition is encouraged to watch a match or two before taking part in a match. Feel free to contact the Match Director of the match that most interests you.
Firearms training for home defense and personal protection is now available in the form of NRA Courses taught by an experienced NRA certified instructor. These courses range from basic to advanced. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Directions and GPS Coordinates: 33 51.055 N 116 24.697 W
From the north side intersection of Varner Road and the Bob Hope exit off of I-10, go north on Rio Del Sol and proceed approx. 1.5 miles to the T intersection. At that point, turn left, (west.) (Do not follow Rio del Sol as it curves around to the right).
Proceed west along this industrial road for approximately .25 mile where you will notice on the left side of the road a large granite boulder ‘pointing’ to the right. Turn right across from the boulder onto the blacktop road headed north. You will pass Pro Landscaping on your left. Stay on the blacktop as it heads uphill for approximately .4 mile. Near the top of the hill is the sign and gate for the range. On match days the gate will be open.
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