Last updated : July 13, 2021 MT
This is the official bulletin board of the Mohave Sportsman Club. This is where you’ll find the latest news regarding the club, upcoming events, important announcements, new raffles and winners of raffles plus other current news. Items on the board will not stay published permanently, they will change periodically so the board can stay current. Items will move down the board as new items are added near the top.
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS – WE NEED YOU!
The club could not operate without our volunteers and we truly appreciate the time our volunteers contribute. Here are just a few of the type of volunteering we need:
> Working our table at the gun shows
> Helping with managing our membership list (Our membership is now 2,000+)
> We need Range “Observers” (see notes below)
> Minor general repair/maintenance work around the club
If you are interested in volunteering a few hours of your time please contact George or any of the range safety officers at the club office 928-753-8038.
As a volunteer you will also be generating critical revenue for MSC which helps keep our membership fees some of the lowest in the state.
You’ll have fun, meet a few people who love the sport as much as you do and at the same time be performing a vital role in creating a safe environment for members and guests.
If you are interested in volunteering as a Safety Observer, just call or stop by the range office. Your name, phone number & your available times of volunteering will be collected and George (the Supervising RO) will contact you soon.
PLEASE LET THE RANGE OFFICE KNOW IF YOUR MAILING ADDRESS HAS CHANGED.
We send out postcards when your membership is close to expiring. For renewal, mail it in with a check or please BRING IT WITH YOU on your next visit to the range.
(Makes renewing almost painless) 🙂
FROM THE PRESIDENT’S DESK
Let me take this opportunity to set the record straight regarding the sale of the Club’s old tractor. There have been one or more individuals spreading the lie that former President Bill McCune and former Range Officer Dan Leininger stole the tractor. This never happened.
The sale of the tractor to Dan was the result of a legal Board motion, discussion, and approval. The lie began soon after the sale, which caused Dan to quit and, ultimately, Bill to resign his post as President. Imagine how you would feel being confronted in a store with the lie of stealing the tractor, knowing you were innocent.
This behavior of damaging innocent members’ reputations is completely unacceptable in our Club. I will be investigating the facts in this case to see if any disciplinary action is warranted — including suspension or removal of those involved. If you have any information that would help my investigation, please share it with me.
President, Mohave Sportsman Club
Winner of the Vortex Spotting Scope is Michael Normoyle
WINNER of the S&W MP9 EZ is Bernice Yurish.
TOMBSTONE PISTOL SHOOT
The First Sunday of the month on Bay 3
Setup & signup starts at 8:00am. Signup closes at 9:00am and safety briefing begins which you must attend to precipitate in the event.
This is a pistol shooting event using tombstone paper targets and steel targets. This is not a “run & gun” event, you shoot from a single position. Three stages of fire; you shoot 3-4 times for each stage for time and score. The stages are easy to understand and will be the same each month. You can see how you improve each month. The event is more about shooting skill than equipment. You can also practice shooting at MSC for this event.
What you need to participate in the event: Ear and eye protection, a centerfire semi auto-pistol in 9mm-45 caliber with iron sights fiber front okay (with no optics sights or ported/comp barrels), Pistol bag/case, the case/box it came in or outside the waist band hip holster, 4 minimum, 5 best, 10 round magazines (if you don’t have 5 mags we can work around it till you have them) you will only be loading 10 rounds per mag at a time, so hi cap mags are fine, but not necessary, a minimum of 100 rounds (best to bring 50 extra rounds) of target ammunition, no hollow points. A willingness to help is a must for one person cannot do everything i.e.: setting 13 targets, resetting targets, taping targets, scoring and being an RO.
Fees: $5.00 members, $20.00 non-members
Match Information and upcoming event information is available via e-mail if you sign up for it with the match director.
Match Scores via Practisore.com – click on scores, then go to search scores box, then enter MSC then look for Tombstone.
Check MSC Web page: Events, Handgun Events, Tombstone Pistol.
Check Schedule on the WEB Calendar or the range office (928) 753-8038
For more contact information contact: Dean at email@example.com
We are currently on “Summer Hours” 7am – 7pm.
We are closed New Years Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
the Mohave Sportsman Club
has been voted “BEST OF
Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers”
by the Kingman Award Program.
New PD&C class
The Mohave Sportsman Club is happy to announce the return
of a defense orientated shooting event called
PERSONAL DEFENSE & CARRY
This class stands to be a very exciting and
educational experience, complementing the other
action shooting events, the 2-Gun, 3-Gun and Action Pistol Plus.
Click HERE to see the details.
NEW STEEL TARGETS INSTALLED AT THE 1,000yd RANGE
Today was a BIG day at the 1000 yard range. We had 3 volunteers today to assist me with the tasks. Justin Copeland Chuck Smith and Mike Adam.
I delivered 29 pieces of 1″ thick Hardox steel targets. We had to do an little modification to the original m&m target hangers but that was accomplished easily by the certified welder Mike Adam’s.
We hung 5 large steel targets at the back berm and will be welding 5/8 cold roll onto the supports next month and will hang the other 5 smaller steel targets in March.
I am submitting photos of the work done today. A total of 12 volunteer hours was registered in the books.
Any questions please contact me.
Keith Bishop / Director at large
See 3 photos below
The Mohave 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 throughout 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:
Military Rifle Shoot
A group of shooters has decided to begin this shoot. It 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
MSCTP Top Guns Youth Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP)
Meets MONTHLY every 1st and 3rd Saturday @ 9am
Shotgun & Pistol
For more information contact:
Jody Schanamon @ 928-279-5274 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The 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.
See Clay Target Center Range Officer on Wednesdays and Sunday Morning for more information or to purchase your card.
Dave can be reached via his email : email@example.com
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