PRECISION VALLEY FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION
South-Central Vermont's Rod/Reel, Bow, & Gun Club


Association Officers / Board of Directors / Club By-Laws / Calendar

The next PVFGA monthly
meeting will take
 place on Saturday September 9th at 7:00pm.

Chris Bradley, President of the Vermont Federation of Sportsman's Clubs
will be giving the membership an update on the Federation's
activities at the Sept. 9th meeting.

Precision Valley Fish and Game will once again
be celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day.
Sunday September 24 beginning at 10:00am.
Activities will include, Archery, .22 rifle and pistol.
Trap, muzzleloaders, and the Running Deer.
Free and open to the public.
Food, beverages and raffles will be available for purchase.


  The club is still looking for members to volunteer
 to fill the open position of Treasurer.

We are in need of someone to run the Outdoor 3-D Archery program.

Contact and Officer or Director for more information.


Current proposed Vermont Legislation that could
shut down shooting ranges. click here


Please express your concerns to your State Senator. click here

Urgent!! ATF Rule Change on Pistol Stabilizing Braces click here


ABOUT:

Originally formed more than 70 years ago,  the Precision Valley Fish and Game Association is an NRA-affiliated sporting organization based in Perkinsville, Vermont.

Postal address:
PVF&G ASSOC.
P.O. Box 143
Perkinsville,Vermont 05151

Telephone:
(802) 886-9988





CLUB MISSION:

The object of this organization,  is to
maintain and hand down the following
 key items to future generations:


  • The splendid heritage of the rod & gun which we have received from pioneer hunters and fisherman of Vermont.
  • To encourage the young people of this locality to love and enjoy the outdoor natural attractions of wood and stream.
  • To encourage proper protection of fish, game, and birds, and the preservation of their natural homes.
  • To help mold and develop public sentiment; to uphold statutes of the State of Vermont as related to conservation of wildlife.
  • To promote and encourage good sportsmanship among our members and the outdoor fraternity as a whole.




MEMBERSHIP FEES:

$100 per year for Adults.(Includes spouce and children under 18)
$25.00 per year
for Jr. Membership (under 18)
Monthly Meetings: Meetings are held on the first Saturday
 of the month  at 7 p.m. at the clubhouse on
Reservoir Road in Perkinsville.





CLUB FACILITIES:

Facilities and Range Rules

Club facilities include an outdoor range located just north of the Village of Perkinsville on Route 106, and an indoor range at the clubhouse on Reservoir Road.
The outdoor range provides firing distances of up to 200 yards in 50-yard increments from three bench rests. A fourth bench rest allows firing at up to 300 yards. A shotgun range with remote controlled PAT-TRAP (use restricted to club-sponsored events), a handgun range, and an archery range are also located at the facility. These ranges are open to members  and their guests for recreational shooting, except during scheduled club-sponsored events.
The address is: 2879 Route 106, Perkinsville, VT.

The indoor range provides an 8-position, 50-foot range for most handgun calibers and  .22 caliber rifles. A list of acceptable calibers is on the facilities page. Archery practice is  also conducted on the indoor range during the winter months.
The address is: 1600 Reservoir Road, Perkinsville, VT.








BECOME A SPONSOR:

Sponsor membership in the
Precision Valley Fish and Game Association
costs three hundred dollars for the calendar year.
For this, the sponsor receives:

    • A membership in the organization.
    • The satisfaction of benefiting the youth of our community,
(The sponsorship money goes into a separate account that is used for youth education, such as paying for youngsters to attend the State Conservation Camp).
    • Your business card size ad placed in our newsletter,
(over 300 members receive this mailing).
    • Your business card size ad on our web site.
    • A framed certificate of appreciation from the organization.













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