The Club has a number of trap fields and skeet fields. Pacific also boasts a duck tower.
There are three fields dedicated to trap shooting. Nine fields are predominantly used for skeet shooting, although they can be used for trap shooting should the need arise.
The duck tower is currently undergoing retrofitting. When it is operating, it is open by prior appointment only.
Club safety rules must be adhered to at all times anywhere on Club premises. Eye and ear protection is required on the shooting fields and recommended for spectators. Both are available in the Field House.
Trap and skeet fees are $10 per round (25 targets) and $10 a box for shells for non-members. Member fees are $5 a round (25 targets) and $9 a box for shells. Active duty military and police may shoot for member fees. Shooters under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or a supervisor. Prices are subject to change without notice.
Minimum barrel length is twenty four (24″) inches. Non-toxic shot such as Bismuth or steel is required. Steel shells are available on site. Low base shells only are allowed . No shells over 3 drams, 7 shot. No magnums or high base shells are allowed. Muzzle loaders are not allowed on this range. Non-members are required to purchase their shells at the Field House. All shooters are subject to having their shells checked for lead at any time.
Pacific Rod & Gun Club uses biodegradable targets.
The shooting fields are all handicapped accessible.