Download our six-page CASA flyer that describes our club in great detail. (288k .pdf)
CASA is a private club, but is open to the public on pistol match days. The public may participate in competition shooting only; general shooting on the range is prohibited to the public. View our Calendar for upcoming pistol match dates.
The Central Arkansas Shooters Association (CASA) was founded in 1990 by a small group of dedicated shooters. Those shooters had a dream to form a shooting club where they, and all who wanted to join them, could come and spend the day shooting and having a blast. CASA has the following amenities:
- Fourteen pistol ranges with nine 12′ x 12′ sheds to shield sun or rain
- Club House with separate restrooms for men and women, air conditioner, and heater
- Running water
- 40′ x 60′ pavilion for meetings or just cooling off in the summer
- Rifle Range – 100 and 200 yard distances
CASA offers three different shooting sports: USPSA, IDPA, and Steel Challenge.
CASA has hosted four National IDPA events: 2003 Nationals, 2004 Nationals, 2005 Nationals, and 2006 Nationals.
CASA has also hosted the Arkansas USPSA Section Championship every year for the last fifteen years.
CASA members receive a key to all of the facilities, and members are on the honor system. Guests are permitted when accompanied by a member.
PO Box 242536
Little Rock, AR 72223-2536
34 52.2 N
92 43.4 W