Here we are again the middle of the year. We now have more than 2,900
members and still growing. We have so many things going on, that it is
hard to keep up with them.
We are in the process of redoing our website to make it easier to navigate.
We will be looking at three different programs.
The first Arizona Long Range Challenge just took place June 23rd. this was a match shooting at 800, 1,000 and 1,200 yards.
This was run by match directors, Keith Bishop, 928-230-8013 and Justin Martinez, 928-303-2909.
They had about 30 shooters and all had a great time. A lot of prizes were given out and enjoyed a great lunch.
Renee Martinez is taking care of the face book page and we be having a link on our website soon.
Contact here at 928-263-9580 or E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org. Good job all.
We will be building handicap ramps on the shooting platform as soon as the designs are completed and approved by the AZG&F.
Cheap Shots Gun Club. They found out the need for some 22 single shot rifles for the Boy Scout and youth program.
They donated $ 500.00 to the club to purchase two Savage rifles and 2,000 rounds of ammo.
Thank you for your donation. The kids are the future of this sport.
The Cowboy range is being dismantled. It is still in use and will be
rebuilt as the old one is falling apart and the ARG&F ask to have
We are putting together ideas on how to best
rebuild it to enhance the shooting experience.
If you would like to help, call Steve Zoelle 928-231-9013.
We now have over 20 programs going on at the range and it keeps the Range Officers busy.
We are blessed having a great staff on hand.
Please give them the chance to help you with anything you need.
To all Match Directors.
If you have a flier on your program, we will be able to notify all the
ranges of your program and the will let their members know about it.
We have put the matches on a flier on the door of the range office.
We can’t help you advertise your shoot if you don’t let us help you.
3-Gun Matches. I have watched them on TV and I am always amazed in what the
do. Bruce Jarmie, 541-604-4025 put this program together.
I went out to a shoot, it was 38 degrees and 15 to 20 miles an hour wind. It was cold.
Two ladies were among the group. They shoot on # 10 and now have a large number of targets to use.
Archery, Taco Esquibel, 928-716-0505. This program has expanded to the fair grounds and other events around the county.
He has a large number of kids in this program and I am sure you have seen the pictures in the paper.
Mohave Arms Collectors. Rich, 928-757-4934. Meeting the last Thursday of each month in the club house at 5:30 PM.
You will find a large group that bring their antique guns for others to look at and hear history behind each one.
I have attended a number of meetings and have enjoyed each one.
Other events will be discussed in the future, so I am looking forward to tell you about them.
ALL of these events would NOT BE POSSIBLE without THE VOLUNTEERS THAT RUN THEM
and the Sponsors that fund the programs.
The volunteers and the Range Officers are what has made this range grow. They are the most valuable asset this range has.
They give the most valuable thing anyone can give, THEIR TIME.
They have the determination to make this a better place to visit and pass it on to the future generations to come.
Thank You All.
Bill Mc Cune President Mohave Sportsman Club