How To Join

6891ce54b6ba3a329f4f6fe112565ebePVPC is always encouraging potential new members.

We have Videos on our page so you can get a first-person view of what happens when you’re shooting a course of fire.

If this interests you and you want to learn more, make an appointment to attend a meeting at the range to discuss with a training officer what is required when looking to join PVPC. You make a request for an appointment via trainer@pvpc.com.au, or visit our website.

The meetings are arranged to commence at 10:30am on Saturdays and go for about 1½ hours to ensure enough time is provided to go through all the information. As the Club events begin at 1pm on Saturday afternoons and are usually completed by approximately 4pm, you will be welcome to stay after the appointment to give you an opportunity to see the club in action.


Training

Currently there are two training groups each calendar year. The training course runs for 12-14 weeks (mostly on Saturday mornings) and will bring you from never having touched a pistol before, to passing your holster proficiency test and allowing you to compete with all the other members in the weekly competitions.  Each training group allows ~15 places, so make sure you get in early to secure a place.

If you’re interested, make sure you contact us as soon as possible and pay your deposit to secure your spot in the next course.

PVPC Training

Online Training Registration

If you are interested in signing up to Pine Valley Pistol Club, you will need to fill out the New Membership enquiry.  This will put you in touch with our primary trainer, who will provide you will all the relevant information you need for signing up.

If you like what you see, you will initially receive an invoice for $200, which is your deposit to secure your spot in the next training course.

New Membership Enquiries