PASA Through the Years . . .
. . . because this is where I LIVE, after all!
Pre-PASA Centerfire Silhouette (1982) Morehead & Window
Cutting the Ribbon (1986)
While the Band Played On . . .
Here Comes the Gov . . . (1986)
Original Action Range
Illinois State Tourism Award (1989)
3-Gun Setup (1990)
1990's PASA Club Match
Rifle Division: Always Moving Forward (1992)
International Shootoff (2000)
IPSC Team Venezuela (2000)
Precision Event (Masters 2002)
Best in the World (2002)
Dark House (2005)
Silver Star Firing Line Today
Sometimes It Snows TOO MUCH! (Annual Meeting Day 2011)
Why We Don't Shoot Rifles At Steel
Rimfire Plinking Range Today
View from 600-Yard Firing Line
Industry Roundtable (S&W Hall)
Cheering Section (Masters 2013)
Because You're Never Too Young to Be Fast! (Masters 2013)
Perry at Play (2013)
Concealed Carry Class (2014)
Senator McCann Draws the Winners (2015)
Masters International Memorial Bridge (2015)
and Follow the Signs to . . .
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THE DIVISIONS OF PASA
PASA is organized into administrative Divisions that operate semi-independently, as “clubs within a club”. Each division governs itself, and has rules and regulations specific to its particular activity. Each Division maintains its own mailing list, and is responsible for its own member communications. Following are brief descriptions of current PASA Divisions, with names and phone numbers of persons to contact for further information about specific Division schedules, rules, and activities.
For currently scheduled Division events at PASA Park, visit the Calendar page. For more information, contact any Division Director.
Defensive Shooting DIVISION (PASA / DSD)
Division Director / Program Coordinator: Henry Harris
PASA/DSD sponsors monthly matches as well as IDPA-approved events March thru October, and other speed-oriented handgun, shotgun, and rifle competitions.
Action Shooting Division (PASA / ASD )
Rifle Division (PASA / RD)
PASA/RD sponsors NRA National Match high-power rifle competitions from March thru November. Other events include NRA smallbore .22 rifle matches, metallic silhouette competitions, training programs for young shooters, and a variety of other centerfire and rimfire rifle shoots. From May thru September a Thursday evening Rifle League is open to interested members.