Please find on this page a compilation of some of the most frequently asked questions about DeSoto Rifle & Pistol Club. Some answers will have links to other pages on our website for additional information.
Q: Can I come and get an hourly / daily pass? Can I come just to sight in my hunting rifle?
A: DR&PC is a private, members only, facility. As a member, you may use the facilities as you like. DR&PC does not have hourly / daily / public passes available. Please find more information about the facilities here, and more information about becoming a member here.
Q: When can I come to the range to take a tour or sign-up? How much does it cost to join the Club? When do I need to renew by? How long is my membership good for? Who can be an associate member?
A: You can find all of the information about becoming a member here.
Q: I am a current member in good standing, can I bring guests who are not members with me?
A: Yes, you may bring a maximum of two guests with you each visit. Please note that the member is fully responsible for their guests and assumes all liability for their actions.
Q: What type of facilities do you have? How long is your longest rifle range?
A: You can find all of the information about the facilities here.
Q: What types of events and training do you have?
A: We have monthly pistol matches (IDPA, Steel Challenge & 3-Gun). You can find the schedule on the Calendar. We offer the Mississippi Enhanced Carry Permit course several times a month as well as other training as demand indicates, see the Calendar for what’s on the schedule currently.
Q: Where can I shoot my _____________________?
A: Please see the Range Safety and Operation Rules for more information on what firearms are not allowed, and where allowed firearms (calibers) may be used.
Q: I just got a new thermal / night scope and I need to get it sighted in, when can I do that?
A: You will not be able to do so at DR&PC. Shooting hours are from Sunup to Sundown and are strictly enforced. There is no shooting after sundown. When in doubt, DR&PC goes by the hours found on this page.
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