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: RIFLE BAY CLOSED SATURDAY - MAY 30TH FOR BULLSEYE MATCH
DURING FIRE RESTRICTION RIFLE BAY HOURS: TUE - SAT, 8:00 AM-2:00 PM DAILY

P R A C T I S C O R E
Q U I C K   L I N K S

To Register to a Match, go directly to PractiScore.com. Login to their site is required now.


To Register to a Match, go directly to PractiScore.com. Login to their site is required now.

View scores from these links







U P C O M I N G   E V E N T

Blues Brothers
Blues Brothers - Prescott Valley, AZ
Expert Gunsmiths & Firearms Refinishing
928-308-7732 - Jess
10% Discount with Code: BB002

Finks Custom Gunsmithing
Finks Cutom Gunsmithing - Chino Valley, AZ
541-220-1632 - Dave
10% Discount to PAS Members

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

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


CURRENT         EVENTS
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.


RALPH TURNBULL

"Ralph Turnbull passed away a couple of weeks ago. Ralph was quite a character. He led a very colorful life. It seems he could not talk a lot about his past. He had several advanced degrees. One was in Nuclear Engineering. He had to report to Denver every year for some type of debriefing. In the 10 plus years that we became close friends one incident he did mention--- he was ordered to go to the closest Air force base where he was picked up by one of the fastest fighters at the time and flew half way around the world refueling non-stop to handle some Nuclear problem! (He was never specific—whether it was on a sub or aircraft carrier)

With friends-- he was always there to help. He talked about helping the “bird man” unload trucks full of bird food. A couple of years ago he was helping a friend move. They tripped and he broke his hip. He was always helping to set up matches. This is where his unusual character showed forth! He couldn’t stand to listen to several people about where to put things or not put things. He would ask how many poppers do you want and on which stages. He would then haul the poppers and then leave!

Ralph succumbed to a fast bout with cancer. I knew he had skin cancer. When his wife, Beverly, stopped by with a bunch of gun related items, I asked her if it was the skin cancer that caused this and she said the Doctor said no. I asked her if it was maybe from his years in the nuclear field. “Anything is possible” is all she would say. She thought Ralph would like his shooting friends to have his gun related items. I will leave them on a bench at our next Thursday match.

I thought a great deal about Ralph these past few days. I know I will miss the big lug and so will our shooting squad. People seem to gravitate toward groups or maybe we should say “shooting families” at the various matches. I know Steve Trainor will miss Ralph (they would cut out on a bad weather day and go get a slice of pie) So will John Kim, Dave Monroe, Walt Smith, Warren Twelves, Vic Maehren, Ken Stubbe, Leo Bounds, Matt Fisher and Ann Livingston. These are shooters in our “immediate” family. His absence will be felt by many.

R1911 (Roscoe Livingston)


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.

Check the Match Scores Pages for more Information on the Matches
Also check the Match Directors recorded phone message at 928-778-0155 for the latest updates
If you have any changes or see any mistrakes, please contact me via the Webmaster link below

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