Don’t forget that the quarterly General Membership Meeting is Thursday April 21 at 7 p.m. at The Captain’s House, 1300 Bianca Dr. NE., Palm Bay, 32905.

Project Appleseed is returning to the Smallbore Range of PMRPC on the weekend of April 16-17. This will be one of the last shoots with cooler weather  until Fall.

Project Appleseed is a nationwide program that aims to train the next generation of American Riflemen.

It's a unique combination of marksmanship clinic and history lesson that has two goals: to get you to shoot an expert score on a scaled version of the old Army Qualification Test, and to tell you the true story of how the country was founded on April 19, 1775, and why it’s relevant today.

We’ll teach you how to shoot a rifle with precision from standing, sitting and prone, and why riflery is intimately bound to the history of our country.  Appleseed teaches shooters to hit targets out to the “rifleman’s quarter-mile.”  If you can see it, you can hit it.  We’ll teach you how.

You can learn more about it here…
You can sign up here…


Tom Kehoe

Chief instructor



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.