Just a few months ago, PMRPC spent a substantial amount of money replacing all of the steel plates in the plate racks in the Action Area.  As you should all know, the plates are constructed of steel that is resistant to pistol fire even at close range.  As long as only pistols are used on the racks, and the racks are rotated regularly, they will last a long time.  But over the past COUPLE of weeks, members have shot at all three plate racks with rifles, instantly rendering them unsafe to use. The total damage is about $1,460.  

All the plates will be removed from the racks immediately. They will be down until new plates can be purchased.

Because we have video cameras on the ranges, we can track down the various culprits and hold them accountable. There is  lot of time and effort involved in doing this, so range officials are not inclined to be generous with the offenders.

ANYONE who is caught shooting rifle-caliber cartridges at the plate racks will be held financially responsible for replacing the damaged plates, and may be the subject of further disciplinary action.  It doesn't matter if it's a matter of ignorance, carelessness, or willful vandalism.

The Board of Directors


to the home in cyberspace of Port Malabar Rifle and Pistol Club. Our 122-acre facility off Malabar Road in Palm Bay, FL,  offers our members a dozen shooting ranges, including a practice pistol range, Action Area, trap and skeet fields, and the only certified 600-yard rifle range in the state. 

To access this website, you MUST be a member of the club.  If you register for a new account, it will not be approved unless your membership can be confirmed. Non-members can only access a few pages including the calendar of events. For any questions, contact Chief Instructor Tom Kehoe.

The range is located at 610 Hurley Blvd., Palm Bay, FL.  27.98763N 80.71354W

Information on meetings can be found here.