HSA has active and regularly scheduled events in all shooting disciplines, including the oldest Bullseye Pistol League in the United States (LVPRL). The LVPRL shoots every Wednesday from 5:00 until 9:00 pm. The ranges include a modern indoor range, built in 1990, mostly by member volunteers. This facility is well known locally with electronically controlled turning targets and an exceptionally fine exhaust and heating system. It accommodates, on scheduled dates, several local police and state law enforcement agencies. IDPA and IPSC action shooting events are also accommodated as well as SWAT team training. The 25 yard outdoor macadam range includes two benches and a roof. Pistol shooters who are interested in the more serious NRA pistol matches can get information while shooting indoor “bullseye”. The “action” groups have several members who go to various matches out of state. Private instructors, licensed by Smith & Wesson or the NRA also have training available.
The rifle range has three benches and a roof to accommodate three riflemen at a time with both 50 yard and 100 yard backstops. All rifle shooting must be done from the bench. To prevent any stray shots there are aligned three large horizontal barriers above the shooting lanes consisting of foot deep enclosed troughs.
Trap shooting is held on Tuesday mornings and Thursday evenings. Several members of the trap committee are ATA registered shooters who are available to help the more serious, as well as, novice shooter get started.