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IDPA - ICORE - SAS/CAS - USPSA - Steel Challenge
Prescott Action Shooters is dedicated to the safe and proficient handling of firearms
for people who want to improve their skills through competitive shooting.
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Expert Gunsmiths & Firearms Refinishing
928-308-7732 - Jess
10% Discount with Code: BB002

Yavapai Food Bank
We are a proud supporter
of the Yavapai Food Bank

Sport Shooters Supply
Club Member and Class 3 Dealer providing
Guns, Optice, Supplies, Transfers, Training
Frank Barbaro -- 928-713-0457

B and B Casting and supplies
J&M Specialty P/L Hi-Tek 2 Bullet Coating.
15% discount for club members only.
Discount code is under MEMBERS tab.

Practical Performance

Top Quality Gun Works

Steve Ditmars
Laser Engraving

30% off this month



Because of some cancellations, we now have spots open.

Are you an R/O? We need some extras for our annual NAZC match. Paid entrance fee and food.

The club has purchased a new Doppler Chronograph.   It is available at most matches.




***** NEWSFLASH *****
YRL has filled two tables and has now reserved a third.
Only seven seats remaining at this time.
Call Leo 928-925-4630 for tickets!


I'm Gary Carr, charter and life member of Yavapai RecreationLeague. I am dedicated to helping the club grow in the right direction, staying true to the club's charter and improvement of the range.
I'm a life member of ICORE, Match Director for ICORE, member of USPSA and participate in Steel Challenge, IDPA, Cowboy Action Shooting and Rifle silhouette matches.
I am counting on your vote to continue my work on the board of YRLPrescott Action Shooters.
Respectfully, Gary M. Carr

This is Dave Bankhead. I am asking for your support in once more seeking a position on the YRL Board of Directors. I am committed to working with the leadership of the club to continue and to expand our tradition of welcoming many different shooting disciplines, as well as expanding the opportunities for new and exciting ways to engage in the sport we all care so much about.
I was born and largely raised and educated in Arizona. I spent 24 years in the military, and 31 years in the airline industry. I retired three and one half years ago.
I was a founding Board member of the club, and one of the original contributors of the money it took to start things off. In addition, I have held the club positions of Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations Director, and have worked as an IDPA, USPSA, ICORE, and Steel Challenge Match Director. I am the current Steel Challenge MD, and have held that position for several years. I have also been involved in many club projects; way too many to list here.
I have written several publications for the club, including the first set of by-laws, the first public advertisement, the first Practiscore guide, the current set of Pistol Caliber Carbine guidelines, the guidelines for a club chrono and inspection operation, and the standardized USPSA stage briefing form.
I have participated in several regional/national matches, and have participated in more local club matches than can be counted. I am a current and qualified USPSA R/O and IDPA S/O. I have also been on the staff of nearly every one of our annual Northern Arizona Classics, usually as the Chrono/Inspection Officer, and twice as the Quartermaster.
I look forward to being able to serve the needs of all our current, prospective, and as yet unknown new members by working with the Board of Directors to expand the possibilities for every shooter who cares to join us, and to mentor as many new shooters as possible, regardless of their background or specific shooting preferences. Thanks for your support.

My name is Michael Miller. I'm 65 years old. I was born in Toledo, Ohio and moved to Arizona in 1960. I married my wife Linda in 1975 and we moved to Prescott in 1978. I worked in various areas of construction and started my own business in 1966.
I was a member of the Prescott Sportsmans Club for 10 years until It moved to Chino Valley. I joined PASĀ  in 2014 and found the action shooting sports to be something I really enjoyed.
I have tried to be an asset to the club by helping on work days and helping to set up matches. It is my desire to see the club thrive and to be welcoming to new and prospective members.

Prescott Action Shooters Club Members,
I am running for reelection to the Yavapai Recreation League (Prescott Action Shooters) Board of Directors. I have been a board member for nine years, serving seven years as club president.
Following the guidance of the club's Capital Improvement Committee, I have been actively involved in the ongoing range improvements, including improved and additional shooting facilities and a new range office.
In addition to Board of Directors activities, I also serve as match director for the club's monthly IDPA match and the Thursday Steel matches. Both disciplines have successfully grown over the years.
I recommended and implemented the current orientation program for new members. It has been my pleasure to meet our new club members, tell them about the club's various facilities, shooting disciplines and encourage them to become involved in club activities.
Personal Experience/Credentials:
NRA Range Officer & Certified Pistol Instructor
Active in various action, steel and silhouette shooting competitions
Eight years employed at an indoor shooting range
USAF Handgun and Rifle expert qualification
USAF Munitions Specialist/Instructor
I would like to continue as a member of the PAS Board of Directors, with the goal of continued membership growth and range improvements, and would very much appreciate your vote.
Thank you,
Arlan Averyt

Hello, fellow YRL club members, it's that time of year again, club elections!
I'm Omar Newbury and I am interested in becoming a YRL board member.
I joined the club a little over a year ago as a life member, since that time I have become quite involved with club activities. I shoot 6-8 matches per month at YRL! Additionally I help or am in charge of set up for 4-5 matches per month and I participate in 2 work days each month. I am the Thursday Paper assistant MD, also I'm the 3rd Sunday USPSA Match Director. As a bonus I have attended multiple board meetings, so I am familiar with current board members and meeting procedures.
My house is less than 4 miles from the range and I seem to spend as much time at our range as any other member, a lot more than most! I really enjoy setting up matches and I shoot a lot! I really enjoy our range and want to see it continue to thrive.
Thankfully, I can read and understand what I read. I am becoming familiar with the club's Bylaws and policies. Without structure and adherence to rules and policies, most organization's break down and fall apart, none of the YRL members want that. The appearance of impropriety is not a good thing, in my opinion!
Thanks for your time and consideration, see you at our range!
Omar Newbury


• A new mailbox with a sign-in book has been installed at the rifle and pistol practice bays, next to the range flag. Please use this sign-in book and range flag when using these bays.
• All members may use practice bays at any time. You may also use these areas on match days during regularly scheduled matches. Please, as always sign in and obey all range rules.
• Please check the club calendar for range maintenance or events that require the practice area to be closed.
• There is no restriction on the time of day you may use the range.
• The speed limit on the dirt road to our facility is 15 MPH. It's one lane in and out.
• No incendiary, tracer or explosive ammunition allowed at any time.
• Be sure to lock the gate after passing through on non-event days to make sure the range is secure even if you or someone else is there.
• ATV's are not allowed on the range without the express permission from the Range Master.
• PractiScore electronic scoring tutorial video at
• Range Safety is Everyone's Job. See the video here
• The upper parking lot behind the rifle bay is not to be used as a shooting point.
• There will be no placing of additional or personal steel targets on the hillside behind the rifle bay.
• Pistol Caliber Carbine Best Practices PDF Downloaded from here.

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