PRESCOTT'S FINEST SHOOTING RANGE
Greetings: -- Welcome to the Prescott Action Shooters (Prescott Arizona)
IDPA - ICORE - SAS/CAS - USPSA - Steel Challenge - Rifle & Pistol Silhouette
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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CURRENT RANGE STATUS: RANGE RENEWALS WILL BE MAILED FEBRUARY 15TH
DUE ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1ST.


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There will be a USPSA RO seminar hosted by the club. The seminar dates are March 13 & 14, registration and payment can be done online through the USPSA web site. Go to the NROI page and look for "Find NROI Seminars". Click Here. We have room for 30 people.

Important notice for all matches in the action pistol bays!
As we resume matches in USPSA, Steel Challenge, IDPA and the Thursday paper and steel matches, we are only accepting online registration and payment through Practiscore.com. There will be no walk-on, match day registrations accepted! So, if you have opted out of the mass club emails or are not a club member, know that you will need to generate a free Practiscore account to register, pay and sign waiver for all of the above listed matches online. This is to help keep social distance and reduce person to person transfer.



Bio's for PAS 2021 BoD Election
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Bio for Gary Carr
Fellow Club Members:
My name is Gary Carr and I am a current board member seeking re-election to the YRL/PAS Board of Directors.

I am a founding member and have held the following positions in the club:

Past President
Past and Current Board Member
Past Cowboy Match Director
Past ICORE Match Director
Current Multi-gun Match Director

As a board member I have:

Helped plan and put on the first three Northern AZ Classic matches
Helped guide the club in balancing competitive action shooting with maintaining a family-friendly environment

I am a life member of YRL/PAS, ICORE and the NRA.

I have always voted yes on range improvements to make the club better and the shooting experience fun.
In my opinion, we have the best club and range facility in the state of Arizona.

Thank you for your consideration,

Gary M. Carr


Bio for Michael Miller
My name is Michael Miller.

I am running for a second term on the PAS board of directors.

I have been a member of PAS since 2013 and a board member since 2018.

I have been an avid shooter and gun enthusiast since I was a boy growing up in Ohio and then Phoenix,Arizona.

When I first joined PAS, I had no desire to become involved in the politics of the club.

However it soon became apparent to me that in order to preserve the tradition and spirit of our club,
members had to step up to ensure that our club continued to follow that tradition.

PAS exists primarily to promote the shooting sports, in particular , the shooting games and disciplines
that have become increasingly popular in the past few years.To that end the club has made major improvements
to our facilities, and I have been proud to be a part of these improvements.

I am also an assistant match director for our Thursday paper matches which are popular
with many of our club members as well as non members.

A vote for me in the upcoming BOD election will ensure that PAS will continue to thrive and carry
on the pursuit of excellence that the dedicated and committed members of our executive committee have established.

Thank you ,Michael Miller


Bio for Arlan Averyt
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 twelve years and would like to continue serving our membership.

I have been actively involved and supported the ongoing range improvements, following the guidance of the club's Capital Improvement Committee and Range Master. Included in those improvements this last year were concrete pads and hard covers for the rifle and pistol bays, installing security systems, solar power and additional storage connexes.

In addition to Board of Director activities, I also serve as match director for the club's monthly IDPA match and the Thursday Steel matches. Additionally, I participate in other PAS matches regularly.

I have continued to implement the orientation program for new members. It has been my pleasure to meet with our new club members, tell them about the club's various shooting opportunities and encourage them to become involved in club activities.

Personal Experience/Credentials:
NRA Range Officer & Certified Pistol Instructor
IDPA Safety Officer and club contact
Eight years employed at an indoor shooting range
USAF Handgun and Rifle expert qualification
USAF Munitions Specialist/Instructor
I would like to continue in service to the club, as a member of the PAS Board of Directors, and would very much appreciate your vote.

Thank you
Arlan E Averyt


Bio for Omar Newbury
Hello fellow club members, I am running for a board position with our wonderful club!

I help set up several matches each month. In addition to participating in Paper, USPSA, and Steel
Challenge matches, I have been enjoying the challenge of our Bullseye matches for several months now!

Over the last 4 years I have helped set up, worked, and shot our NAZC matches,
I even had the honor of working as Range Master for the 2019 NAZC!

In years past I have performed the duties of assistant match director for YRL Paper, helping transition to electronic scoring,
and have been the match director for 3rd Sunday USPSA and Paper matches, there are some other work parties that
I have helped out with as well!

I have been around firearms since childhood, and involved with ranges and action shooting for over 30 years,
in many capacities. I am an U.S. Army veteran and I believe in traditional American values!

Thanks for your consideration,
Omar Newbury


Bio for John Eastman
I was born and raised in Long Beach, California. I moved to Prescott in June of 2006.
In California, I was President of a family owned major Appliance & TV business for 30
years until it was sold to a small chain. I have been on many boards of directors related
to business and community service

I joined PAS in 2009. I started attending Board meetings, as I like to be involved in
organizations that I have joined. I was asked to run for the Board and in 2012 I was
elected Secretary of the club and have held that position for 8 years.

In 2020 my term was up and I decided to take sometime off from the Board and my
position as Secretary. I find that I have missed being more involved with the Club so I
have decided to run again for the Board of Directors. I know, if elected, I can add my
experience and knowledge as a past Board Member to help keep the Club running smoothly.


Bio for Seth M. Blair
Hello, Yavapai Recreation League and Prescott Action Shooters! My name is Seth Blair and I have
decided to throw my name in the hat for this round of elections for our board of directors.

A quick bit about me: I am originally from Pocatello, Idaho where I grew up with and around guns.
I always enjoyed getting out and slinging lead while growing up and I ended up joining the Idaho
Army National Guard right out of high school as a combat medic. I had the opportunity to go to
Iraq and spend a year running convoys to every corner. After coming home I got a job managing an
indoor range/gun shop in my home town. Working behind the counter, and on the range, led me to
seeking out the gunsmithing school at Yavapai College where I met AJ Zito, who introduced me to
competitive shooting.

I have been shooting at this club since AJ brought me to my first USPSA match back in 2014.
Since then I have shot along with many of you at USPSA, IDPA and Steel Challenge matches.
This club has been my home away from home and I have thoroughly enjoyed my time being a part of this community.

Since that first match, I have become the Co-Match Director for the 3rd Sunday match.
Becoming more involved with the behind scenes aspect of the club has me wanting to do more to
maintain and improve our club, as a whole. When I heard that this election was coming up,
I saw an opportunity to give back to the club by volunteering my time.

The bottom line is that we have a good thing going at our club and I would like to keep that
good thing chugging along. From IDPA to Silhouette, we are all shooters who gather in a common
place to participate in our various disciplines. For me, it has been a real pleasure to have
such a great facility to do the things I love.

If I’m elected, our club; in its entirety, will be my priority. I want to keep this great
ecosystem healthy and whole and I believe I bring some experience to the table that will
serve the club well. Thank you for your time and please… go out and shoot!



GENERAL CLUB INFORMATION:

• 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, steel core bullets, or explosive ammunition allowed at any time.
• No ammunition with magnet attracting projectiles (bullet) 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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYQAEDfdndw
• 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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