Clay Shooting and Gun Ranges

Take advantage of Pecan Ridge’s 100-yard rifle range, in addition to a pistol range!

Pecan Ridge has a 100 yard rifle range and a pistol range next to the rifle range, which are open dawn to dusk for members and their guests. All large and small bore firearms are permitted except .50 caliber and larger. (Fully automatic rifles are not allowed at anytime. Suppressors are allowed with the appropriate ATF registration.)

For clay shooting, we have four automatic, battery-operated clay throwing machines.

These throwing machines are easy to operate and adjust for height, angle, and speed. While the machines are easy to operate, we will provide training. They also come with a long cable attached to a foot pedal so you can practice if you come alone and so you can position them however you wish.

You are also invited to join us for our monthly Clay Shoot! Our members enjoy the comradery with other like-minded folk, while having a relaxing down-home day on the range. Check out our calendar for updates on when these events are.

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Families are Welcome! Parents may bring their children 9 years old and older! Younger children may attend and observe but must be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent and are not permitted on the firing line.

Please call today for details and to find out about the benefits of being a member. Or call us to schedule a tour. We look forward to speaking with you.

(214) 402-7836

Safety is our Top Priority. All shooters are expected to be familiar with range/firearm safety and must be able to serve as informal Range Safety Officers (RSO) when on the range. All shooters must pass an NRA safety exam, view safety videos and sign a waiver of liability before participating on the range.  This ensures all shooters are safe and each has had the same safety exam and rules explained to them.

Children also must view safety videos and take the safety exam to ensure they understand the rules of firearm safety. Parents must also sign a waiver on behalf of their children.

During game bird and waterfowl hunting seasons there may be times that use of the range is restricted to ensure the safety and quality of the hunting experiences.