The Sportsman's Voice vol. 60
Gate Locks changed Jan 1
President's Welcome

Here we are at the end of another year at PCSC with locks changed on the PCSC front gate very soon. Don't be wishing you had the key to 2022 in your hand, go ahead, right now and click the renewal button above - you know how easy we have made renewal for you. There you go, click that renewal button, renew and come back to finish reading the rest of the newsletter. Remember, keep your membership card and your member number stays the same from year to year...

Now what you are renewed, the 2022 key and your guest badge will come inside a week. And, you can finish reading the newsletter:

The many of you that have enjoyed the night shoots...grab a fellow member and ya'll make it out to the Dec 18th shoot. Mark your calendar !

Check this out, yes, you can catch fish in the Winter ! See contest info below.

All the best,

Keith Eberly
President 2021

Winners to receive a free full ride membership for 2023. • Only 1 entry per category per membership and can be caught by anyone falling under the family membership criteria. Criteria • Texas fresh water, public or private (Texas waters to include all water of Texas border lakes), by any legal means. • Heaviest (certified scales not required, personal hand scales acceptable): 1) Large Mouth Bass 2) Catfish 3) Crappie 4) Any legal fish by bow Entry • Entries accepted Aug 1, 2022 until Sept board meeting, at which time winners will be decided. • Entry to include photo, primary member name, member number, and name of family member who caught if different; body of water caught in; and weight. • Entry can be snail mailed to club P.O. Box 424, Weatherford, TX 76086; hand delivered to club at August or September 2022 board meetings; or emailed to
Calendar Click for large to print
Swap Meet
Many Thanks to Mr. George Admire for Management of our Swap meets.
Reservation of Tables:
Phone 817 939 2341

Our MEWE online swap group is up and running as well.
you need a MEWE account of course, to participate.
November 20 swap meet was another smash success with a packed house and 45 tables. Scheduling for 2022 is in the works...stand by...mean time, swap MEWE is still online viable for our membership....
Meeting Notes - Secretary Daniel Barnes
November Board Meeting Highlights . . .
The BIG news from the November meeting is the inaugural PCSC Annual Fishing Contest. This is in support of all the anglers who are members, since the boat ramp launch agreements previously held by the Club have expired. James Taylor announced the contest will extend from January 1 through August 31, 2022. Categories will be for the heaviest Large Mouth Bass, Catfish, Crappie, and any Legal Fish by bow. Winners of the four classes will each receive a free full ride membership for 2023 and bragging rights for a year! Get your poles and bait ready, and don’t forget a camera to record your entries. See the flyer in this newsletter for more details, or contact JT to volunteer for the Fishing Committee at
The January New Member Orientation, which would normally be held the first Saturday, has been rescheduled to avoid conflict with New Years Day activities. It will now take place January 8, starting with Registration at 8 am. Be sure to update your calendar.
Keith called for volunteers to staff the Club recruiting table at the Fort Worth Gun Show coming up January 1-2. He will have new flags for attention-getting and needs several members to assist with on-site sign-up for prospective new members and to answer questions and provide information about all the activities members can enjoy. Contact Keith to schedule morning or afternoon participation on either Saturday or Sunday. What better way to celebrate the start of the New Year than being in a huge building full of guns, ammo, and shooting gear!

Stay Safe,

Rifle Match
Service rifle match schedule development for 2022 is in progress.
Look for a special SRM mailing or info in the January Sportsman's Voice.
Pistol Match Information
Well, we did tic-tac-toe for November, with each shooter rolling the Texas size dice for number of rounds per magazine. It wasn't as easy as it might sound due to the reduced size scoring zones. Theme for one of the December stages - "things in hands" - 1. flashlight, 2. a child being clutched in a rescue situation (teddy bear), 3. a frozen water bottle (simulated holding an ice cold beer), and 4. a filled-to-the-rim Whataburger cup (spilling is anti-Texan) - in the non-dominant hand while the dominant hand is busy fending off threats. Of course we'll still do some of the standard stuff to exercise those draw and shoot skills.


Jim Groce
Shotgun News Item
Safety Briefing
We need your Help!
Most years the Club will have two safety violations. This year, the Club has had 12 Rule Violations in the first six months. Most involve tactical shooting, move and shoot, shooting in front of the bench on Ranges B & C, shooting steel plates on Range A, using homemade target holders that are made of steel on the bottom and are the wrong height for our ranges, and shooting 1½ hours before sunrise.

If any of our members see this type of behavior, please get all the information you can on the violators and send it to the Club; it will get to me. Your name will not be used. If you are uncomfortable personally correcting any violation, take a photo of their vehicle with the license plate visible. If you are one of the rule violators you need to go to another gun range. We are not a tactical range.
When we catch you, and we will, you will dismissed and banned from the Club.
Phillip Mason
Director & Chairman of the Safety Committee
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