About the Mohave Sportsman Club
The Seven-Mile Hill Shooting Range is located SW of Kingman, approx. 2.8 miles west of Exit 44 of Interstate I-40 at 3275 W. Oatman Road.
Hours of Operation: See home page for hours.
Current range hours are also posted at the entrance gate to the range.
There is a non-member daily use fee. See home page.
Range Services Offered:
The Mohave Sportsman Club offers; eleven covered rifle/pistol ranges to 200 yards, an archery range, a trap/skeet range, a 500 Meter range and a 1,000 yard rifle range.
The MSC offers rental target stands, sells targets, eye/ear protection and water at the Range Office. Guns and/or ammunition is not sold at the range.
Running water, and restrooms are available at the Range Office, the Club House and the trap/skeet club house. Porta-potties are located on the 1,000 yard range, the archery range and the cowboy range. Electric power is available on the rifle/pistol ranges, the trap/skeet range and the club house.
Practical pistol, Cowboy Action, 1000-Yard, 500 Meter, Bullseye, trap shoots, USPSA, archery, ATA and other matches are held regularly.
A nominal range use fee is charged match participants.
The Range Club House is available for rent.
Range safety rules are posted at the rifle/pistol and trap range.
A written copy of the safety rules is available at the Range Office.
Use of alcohol anywhere on the facility is forbidden.
Persons under the influence of alcohol will not be allowed on the facility.
Illegal, unethical, dangerous, unsportsmanlike or behaviors threatening or endangering toward any other person, the deliberate destruction of MSC property will not be tolerated. Any person engaging in such behavior will be asked to leave the facility and may also being subject to legal action.
Any citizen of the United States or legal resident alien, eighteen years old or older, may become a member of the MSC.
Completion of an application form and payment of membership dues.
The Mohave Sportsman Club was founded in 1936. Several locations have been used in the Kingman area over the years. The various re-locations of our facility activities were dictated by the encroachment of residential developments.
In 1969, the Mohave Sportsman Club and the Arizona Game and Fish Commission began to look for a site which would serve Mohave County Residents well into the future. The present range site, consisting of approximately 717 acres on the Oatman Road, west of Kingman, was chosen.
This land was purchased by the Arizona Game and Fish Commission under the Recreational and Public Purposes Agreement from the Bureau of Land Management. The property was then leased to the Mohave Sportsman Club for the purpose of providing a shooting range facility.
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors agreed to make County equipment available in the construction of the range, and to provide road maintenance. Over a period of approximately 10 years Mohave County provided the surveyors and equipment to do much of the initial construction of the rifle, pistol and trap ranges and continued to provide road maintenance until 1984. Club members have provided much of the labor of construction and for the ongoing maintenance. The County Arizona Game and Fish Commission continues to provide funds for range development with various grants. Other assistance has come from; The Ford Motor Co. construction of the 1,000-yard range and the City of Kingman providing part of the funds for the new rifle range cover. The Mohave Sportsman Club in partnership with Arizona Game and Fish Commission and other agencies and individuals continues to improve and maintain our facility for our members and guests.
Members needing to report another member for inappropriate, unethical, illegal or un-sportsman like behaviors to the MSC Board of Directors should submit a written report to the MSC Board Secretary. This report should include: the name of the person committing the infraction; date, time and location of the action; the names of other witnesses; the nature of the infraction.
RANGE SAFETY IS EVERYONES JOB / PLEASE FOLLOW ALL RANGE SAFETY RULES
REPORT ANY UNSAFE BEHAVIORS, DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY OR USE OF ALCOHOL TO THE RANGE OFFICER IMMEDIATELY.