The Purposes of Pine Grove Sportsmen’s Association are to promote the preservation of fish and game under the existing laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; to work for the propagation of fish and game; to assure better hunting and fishing, and work for the enactment of laws therefore; to teach observation of the hunting and fishing laws of the commonwealth, to fight against the enactment of laws or acts that prohibit or unduly restrict the rights of the American citizen to keep and bear arms in this Commonwealth and to support and promote all shooting sports.
Pine Grove Sportsmen’s Association held it’s 4th Annual Ladies Day on September 17th at the club. There were 34 ladies who participated during the day and most took home door prizes donated by local businesses.
The day started with a safety lesson for all of those in attendance. Afterward, the ladies then had the opportunity to try pistols, .22 rifles, trapshooting and IDPA pistol shooting. As has been the case in years past, most participants said they wanted to continue shooting beyond just this one day event. We hope to see them become a part of our organization!
Pine Grove Sportsmen’s Association would like to thank the local sponsors and the Friends of the NRA for their donations. Thanks are also due to the volunteers that helped out.
Below are some photos from the event, including Lindsey McGraw, the winner of the .22 Rifle door prize!
We are always looking for new members to join our club. If you’d like to join Pine Grove Sportsmen’s Association, please download and complete the Pine Grove Membership Application, write a check for your dues and either:
(a) drop it off at the club during a league or practice night OR
(b) mail it to
Pine Grove Sportsman’s Association
P.O. Box 116 Russell, PA 16345
We look forward to seeing you around the club!
IDPA style competition pistol shooting at Pine Grove open to all skill levels. Non sanctioned events so you do not have be a member of Pine Grove or IDPA to shoot.
Revolver and Semi-Auto centerfire pistols only. Approx 45-50 rounds to shoot the course.
Come on out and join the fun in our various shooting stages. All shooting is carefully controlled to be both safe and demanding to help you increase your skill and ability in various shooting situations.
When: Last Sunday of each month rsin/snow or shine. All shooting is outdoors, so dress for it.
Times: 11 am to approx. 2 pm New shooters please arrive early for orientation at 10:30.
Note: Weekly practice is held each Thursday evening 6-7:30 pm. Cost is $5-, shoot all you want to.
Questions: call Rick Brecht 730-6052 or Dave Carlson 706-8302