Recent Happenings

The winning raffle ticket for the Browning 725 was drawn on Sunday 9/16/18. Ticket number 156448 belonged to Frank Colbertson from New Hampshire. Congratulations Frank! 

Al Noyes Memorial Sporting Clays and Archery Shoot

Thanks to Sasha Dyer’s skillful coordination along with numerous volunteers, this was a wonderful memorial shoot. We looked back at good times we had with a good friend, ate well, a few of us even shot well, raised money to send some kids to camp, and we all hade a great time. I think Al would be proud of this one, we’ll miss you buddy.



Sporting Clays Winter League Results:

Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all that participated .                                               First Place To: Mark Gallant    Second Place To: Steve Sawicki                                                     Third Place To Brian Gallant     Fourth Place To:  Kirk Pisani


PGC Armed Forces Day Open of May 20, 2018 Results 

A big Thank You from the PGC staff to all the brave soles that turned out for our rather soggy shoot. The resulting score sheets can be accessed by clicking on the links below.

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NRA GRANT (Feb. 2018)                                                                                                       The PGC has again this year received a grant awarded by the NRA Foundation for the  acquisition of a new sporting clays trap machine. Thanks in large part to these generous grants from the NRA Foundation over the last few years, our club has been able to make steady improvements in our sporting clays facilities. The improvements we make in our facilities benefit our club greatly and enhance our ability to present great shooting opportunities to the public in general. Thank You NRA Foundation! More information about the NRA Foundation can be found online at



2017 Youth Deer Hunt

Petersham Gun Club would like to congratulate all the young hunters who took to the field on September 30th for the Massachusetts Youth Deer Hunt Day.

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PGC was pleased to host these young people for a gathering after the hunt.  It is important for them to share their successes, sightings, and stories with like-minded peers.  Sincere thank the mentors who took the time to bring the kids down to the Club.  Getting these kids together to share their experiences is essential in preserving our hunting heritage.

Seven young men and women came for the dinner, 4 of them saw deer, with a total of 12 deer seen.  Each hunter went home with some great prizes, but more importantly, they went home with a sense of camaraderie and kinship with their fellow hunters.  It is so important as sportsmen and women to teach these kids that our passion for the outdoors is something to be proud of, and encourage them to seek friends who share this same passion.

We are thrilled to announce the winner of this year’s event Jayden Carey!  This was his first deer and it weighed in at an impressive 181lbs!  His successful harvest has earned him a complimentary shoulder mount courtesy of Steve at AJ’s Taxidermy.

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Huge thanks to our Sponsors and donors for the event:

AJ’s Taxidermy, Grrr Gear, Dyer Woodworking, Keith Fritze, Matt Labrie, Chip Page and Fred Ryder


Girls, Guns & Grillin’

Grrr Gear hosted their Annual Girls, Guns & Grillin’ Event at PCG on Saturday August 5th.  GGG is a day of  basic instruction for shotgun, rifle, handgun, archery, BB gun, black powder, crossbow and archery following by a chicken BBQ.

The event was rain or shine… and rain it did!  But with the help of a crew of dedicated PGC and Grrr Gear volunteers the event went off without a hitch even with the soaking rains with an impressive 67 out of the 70 ladies that registered showing up for a day of fun!


Youth Turkey Hunt

PGC would like to thank our friends at Barre Sportsman’s Club for continuing to put on the youth turkey hunting seminar, and allowing so many kids the opportunity to hunt turkeys on our special Youth Turkey Hunt day. Petersham has been making a monetary donation towards this event, but really, next year we would like to step it up and show our friends in Barre that we want to help too. Volunteers at Barre have indicated that they have many kids taking the class, but not enough mentors to take kids afield. You will be hearing more about this next year when I ask for volunteers to team up with our supporting club to help get kids hunting.