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June 7, 2017
Club has received a $2,500 reimbursement from the Arizona Game and Fish
Department for the concrete pad on the 1,000 Yard Range. This is
a result of our coordination with them on approved projects.
contractor for our shade structures has been in contact with the Club
about exact locations of the structures. We expect construction
soon. Game and Fish is funding the shade structures.
have received $10,800 grant from the NRA Foundation for projects.
The first to be completed will be a safety berm to protect the
500 Meter Range from the 1,000 Yard Range. A
portion of the 500 Meter Range was built in the safety buffer that Game
and Fish requires on 1,000 Yard Ranges. This berm will mitigate
the problem from the poor original design. The remainder of
the money was awarded to improve the 1,000 yard pit area and the 1,000
yard firing line, particularly the storage area under the wooden
platform. This area requires work because of the use of untreated
lumber (which has rotted away) and the need for a retaining wall to
prevent the fill material sloughing off. A concrete pad will also be poured.
May 27, 2017
As of April 30, 2017,
the club had $36,039 in the bank. Major income for April included
$4,315 from membership dues, $3,548 from ATA and regular use at
the shotgun range, $1,300 raffle sales, and $1,230 non-member fees for
a total income of $12,471. Major costs were, $11,791 for birds at
shotgun range, $3,510 salaries, range upkeep at $1,047, and $980 for
utilities. Total expenses were $20, 068. This resulted in a net loss of $7,596. There
were 1,372 shooters for the month. A total of 74 new members
signed up and 37 members renewed. Membership stood at 2,364.
A number of important items have been approved at the recent board meetings.
The Board approved $2,000 for the 2018 Antelope Eaters Event. 2)
A golf cart and trailer was purchased for $2,300. 3) The Board
voted to donate the use of 40 3D archery targets to the June 9,10,
&11, 2017 Veterans Sportsman Alliance event. 4) The
Board voted to equip the golf cart trailer for maintenance around the
range. Purchases will include a torch, welder, compressor,
generator and various had tools. 5) Also $700 was approved for concrete
access ramps on bays 9&10.
6) The Board approved the
purchase of a "1911" table at the upcoming banquet in May. This
will give the Club a 1911 firearm and at least $500 in raffle tickets.
April, 30 2017
of March 31, 2017, the Club had a total of $45,436 in the bank.
Major income for the month included $7,770 from Antelope Eaters,
$3,980 from Membership Dues, $3,670 from the Clay Target Center, $3,600
Fishing for Smiles Grant and $930 from non-member fees. Gross
revenue for the month was $22,345. Major costs were,$3,794 for
Antelope Eaters, $3,588 salaries and payroll taxes, $660 range upkeep
and $640 for utilities. Net income for the month was $12,416.
Total membership was 2290. There were 48 new members and 96
renewals. Range use for the month was 1597 with 1361 rifle,
pistol and archery shooters and 236 shotgunners.
March 11, 2017
of February 28, 2017 the Club had a balance of $32,295. Major
income for the month was membership dues at $5,030, Antelope Eaters
Event at $3,675, law enforcement range fees at $1,500, non-members fees
at $1,430 and Clay Target Center at $1,337. Expenses for the
month were, wage costs at $3,442, total utilities at $1,253, range
upkeep at $983 and range supplies at $436. Net income for the
month was $3,514. Club membership was 2193. This includes
46 new members and 74 membership renewals in February.
General Membership Meeting|
2nd Thursday of every month
The Board of Directors Meeting will follow
the General Meeting. All members are encouraged to attend.
Location : MSC Range Clubhouse
Speed Limit is 15 mph
are a family oriented organization,
welcoming all aspects of the shooting sports, especially youth, ladies
and the beginning shooters.
support youth marksmanship programs, also hunter education (both
resident and non-resident classes). We have a large variety of shooting
sports scheduled each month (check out our Events Calendar).
are open to the public and welcome non-members to our facility
There is a non-member range use fee.
Summer Hours Started April 1st!
Please make note of the
hours of operation at the bottom of this page!
We Accept Mastercard and Visa
Sportsman Club is a member of the Arizona Sportsman for Wildlife
Conservation. AZSWC is an umbrella organization with members from
many clubs and groups around the state. Their "mission is to
educate and inform sportsmen, wildlife conservation organizations
throughtout the state and the public at large on important issues
related to wildlife and wildlife habitat, and to provide, via grants or
other sources, funding to conserve Arizona's wildlife populations
through habitat enhancement initiatives." AZSWC has provided the Club
with grant money for Fishing for Smiles the last two years.
Please visit their web site for further information at:
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Mohave Sportsman Club has a 10 station sporting clay course.
Sporting clays can be accessed anytime the range is open with the
use of a shooting card. Just see Clay Target match director Dave
Vance to purchase your card.
Click HERE for pictures and contact information.
|Military Rifle Shoot|
group of shooters has decided to begin this shoot. I will be held
on the first Sunday of each month. Participants can use any
military rifle except for AR 15 and those with scopes. Course of
fire includes 5 sighters, 10 rounds standing, and 20 rounds prone.
Targets are set at 100 yards.
Contact the Range Office for more information.
|1000 Yard Shoot|
For more information please
contact Jim Merrit (928) 692-1318
or the MSC Range Office
Summer Hours Of Operation
From April 1st. to October 1
Sunday thru Tuesday 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Wednesday 7:00AM to 8:00PM
Thursday thru Saturday 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Winter Hours Of Operation
From October 1 to April 1
Sunday thru Tuesday 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Wednesday 8:00AM to 8:00PM
Thrusday thru Saturday 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Remember: We are an
outdoor range and could close due to bad weather
George Yurish-Chief Range Officer