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Randy Freston Fun Shoot and BBQ All
local SCTP Clubs are invited to an end of the year open BBQ and Fun
Shoot hosted by the Mohave Top Guns at the Seven Mile Hill Range.
Saturday, May 7th at 12:00
April 11, 2016
will be a 100 clay bird shoot at the Sporting Clays Range this Saturday
April 16. The cost is $25 with $9 going to cash prizes.
Registration will begin at 7:00am with shooting shortly
thereafter. Prize distribution will be explained at the shoot.
Contact Gary Venable at (928) 530-3492 for further information.
Mohave SportsWomen held their first get together on April 9, 2016 with
13 in attendance. They spent time in the Club House discussing
self defense, types of shooting events available and different types of
firearms. They then spent time on the shooting range practicing.
If you would like to attend future events, contact Kristi
Scroggins at (928) 279- 3358 for addition information.
The final accounting for the annual Antelope Eaters Contest held on March 4,5&6, 2016 is below. The figures are:
Gross income; registration $7,000 Cost; raffle $1,827.99 raffle $4,685 $50 cash prizes $2,500
mailing/copying $ 115.99
animal disposal $ 200
Net Income to the Club; $11,685-$5,016.87=$6,668.13
April 8, 2016
Game and Fish Department has completed the Environmental Analysis on
the proposed projects we would like to complete on the Range.
The Board will discuss projects at the meeting on April 14,
2016. We have projects planned at the Archery, Cowboy, CTC,
1000 yard and 500 meter Ranges that will be prioritized for
The Club has been working with the Mohave County
Corrections Department to have prisioners help with Range clean up.
So far they have worked at the CTC, 1000 yard, and Bay 10.
There are several projects they will be helping the Club with
over the next few months.
April 7, 2016
has been a fairly large number of returned ballots and newsletters over
the last six months. These were returned because they were
undeliverable through the mail. The bad thing is that the Club
pays postage to send them and then postage when returned. If you
have not received your newsletter or ballot, check with the Range
Office to make sure the address we have for you is correct.
Thanks to Taco Esquible, the tractor has been repaired and will be back on the Range in the next day or two.
April 1, 2016
hours have begun at the Range. We will be open from 7am to 7pm
everyday except Wednesdays which will be open from 7am to 8pm.
March 24, 2016
question has arisen regarding the year end financial report in the
latest newsletter. The question regards the amount of money
associated with the gun raffle column. It shows a charge of
$1,911, which then results in a negative sum of $1,249.63. It
makes it look like the club has lost money. The fact is that the
$1,911 was approved by the board and given to Friends of the NRA for a
table at their April, 2015 banquet. In return, the club received
a Kimber 1911 (which is currently being raffled) and a Heritage 22lr/22
magnum single action revolver. The charge was a carry over from
2015 into 2016. Once the Kimber and the Heritage have been
raffled, the amount in that column will show positive from ticket
|March 17, 2016|
General and Board meeting was held on March 10, 2016. A petition
with 30 signatures was given to the Board requesting that Steve and
Linda Bell be allowed to come to the Range as coaches for the Big Horn
SCTP team. For those that don't know, the Bell's membership in
the club was terminated and they received a lifetime ban from coming on
the range. This occured after a three month investigation and a 3
1/2 hour disciplinary hearing attended by Steve and his lawyer.
The Board did not take these actions lightly, but found the
evidence compelling and testimonies supported the action. The
board is preparing a response to the petitioners.
Board meeting a new Treasurer was appointed. Bill Schleeter had
resigned the position and Steve Zoelle was put into the job. The
Board approved motions for $400 to buy a laptop computer for use at the
ATA shoots and $300 for paint for the fence between the trap and skeet
fields at the Clay Target Center. Five hundred and fifty dollars
was approved to build a fence around the black powder targets located
under the observation deck at the 1000 yard range. These targets
have been taken out and shot full of holes from high power rifles.
General Membership Meeting|
2nd Thursday of every month
The Board of Directors Meeting will follow
the General Meeting
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
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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.
|Check the announcement page for current happenings in the Club and at the Range.|
|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
|Proposed additions to the General Range Rules|
Several additions and changes to the General Range Rules were proposed
at the October 2014 Board meeting.
Click HERE or go to the Documents Page to view these changes.
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
Remember: We are an
outdoor range and could close due to bad weather
George Yurish-Chief Range Officer