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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GENERAL PASA INFORMATION
The Pike-Adams Sportsmen’s Alliance is not a “gun club” in the ordinary sense. Instead, it is a community service organization, dedicated to the promotion of firearms ownership and all forms of safe shooting, hunting, and outdoor recreation. Its members are a gathering of community-minded individuals from the full spectrum of society, working together to offer a wide variety of firearms-related recreational and economic opportunities to a national audience. All PASA club facilities and programs have been built and are staffed by volunteer help. No PASA Division Director receives any compensation for their service.
PASA as a club is affiliated with the National Rifle Association (NRA), the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA), the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) and a variety of other national and regional shooting sports and community-service organizations.
The PASA Park is internationally recognized as one of the finest outdoor shooting sports facilities in the world. As a PASA club member, it will be open to you, sunrise till sunset, year round. PASA‘s regular schedule of local club activities includes handgun and rifle matches, firearms training and education courses, picnics, barbecues, and all types of shooter and hunter services.
As its name implies, the PASA club is an “Alliance” embracing many different member-organized, semi-independent Divisions which pursue widely varied activities–Defensive Shooting Division, Rifle Division, Action-Shooting Division, etc. (see accompanying web pages). New PASA club Divisions are developing all the time. If you and other members share a particular interest in a specific activity, PASA‘s Division Directors and staff will be happy to help you establish a new Division to promote that activity. Our organization is only as good as we, the members, make it, and we welcome your input.
The Division Directors organize and administer their Divisions as they deem appropriate to the activities their Divisions pursue. Most Division Directors organize their Divisions as if they were clubs in their own right, with their own officers and governing committees that plan and direct the Divisions programs according to the interests of the participants. Thus, the majority of PASA club members who participate in regular PASA programs do so in the context of a particular PASA Division, where they are in the company of fellow members of similar intrests, but nonethelss part of an overall alliance.
For current general information about activities, range availability dates, closures, etc. at PASA Park, check the Park calendar on this website. For PASA Division activities contact the appropriate Division Director.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
PASA as an overall organization does not distribute an annual summary calendar because things always change throughout any year. The only completely reliable way to know what’s going on at PASA Park on any given day is to check the PASA website calendar. This calendar is continuously updated as events develop. Each PASA club Division also maintains and distributes its own annual calendar of events to those people who sign up to be on that Division’s mailing list. For example, the Rifle Division has its own calendar, the Action-Shooting Division has its own calendar, the Defensive Shooting Division has its own calendar, and so on. Check the Club Programs links for ongoing Division schedule notices.
If you need information about specific PASA range availability or scheduled events which may close some ranges, Please text the PASA Range Manager at (217) 592-2068. Your inquiry will receive a return call or text.
PASA MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES & FEES
Annual Membership: $75.00
(Adult 18 years of age or older.)
Annual Husband and Wife Membership: $125.00
Family Membership: $150.00
(Includes primary member, spouse, & all children under 18.)
A separate notarized Membership Form is required for each family member!
A Parent or Guardian must co-sign each child’s form!
Junior Membership: $25.00
(Youth under 18. Parental permission and co-signature required.)
Life Membership: $450.00
(Includes Junior Membership for all children under 18.)
(May be paid in three annual $150.00 “Conditional Life” installments.)
A separate notarized Membership Form is required for each individual member!
A Parent or Guardian must co-sign each child’s form!
PASA club members pay no additional range-use fees once their membership dues are received. However, PASA club Divisions sponsoring competition shooting events do charge match entry fees appropriate to their particular activities.