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IDPA - ICORE - SAS/CAS - USPSA - Steel Challenge - Rifle & Pistol Silhouette
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for people who want to improve their skills through competitive shooting.
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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
Club Member and Class 3 Dealer providing
Guns, Optice, Supplies, Transfers, Training
Frank Barbaro -- 928-713-0457

With regard for potential health concerns, the Prescott Action Shooters Board of
Directors has voted to suspend all scheduled PAS matches through April when the situation will be reviewed.
The range will remain open to members with range access privileges.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Arlan Averyt
PAS President

Bill H.R. 5717, another "Gun Control" bill here.


I have been shooting since about 2003 when I attended my first formal handgun course. During my time at the Military College of Vermont, I was a founding member of what was their competitive action shooting team. After I left the military I spent several years as a firearms instructor for private military contractors. In 2013 I found IDPA competition and later on USPSA, both of which I am an active participant. In 2015, I moved to Prescott and immediately joined the club. I participate in most USPSA and IDPA competitions at the club, and was an active participant in Steel Challenge and Thursday club matches until a year or so ago due to work restrictions. I am currently a match director for the clubs third Sunday USPSA match, a USPSA RO, and IDPA SO. I am a certified firearms instructor from multiple entities and both teach and host courses at YRL multiple times a year. I have belonged to multiple clubs in the past and have yet to find one that is on the same level as YRL. I am eager to continue that tradition and continue to help where I can.

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 and 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!

I've been shooting matches with our club for 7 years now. I took the USPSA RO training class so I could help out at the NAZC ( our biggest and most prestigious match) for the last four years. Helping our club grow and improve is important to me. I'll continue to do these things whether I'm reelected or not so vote as you see fit.

I am a native Arizonan, but did not grow up in a gun owning home. My interest in firearms began with reading about military weapons in books at the library. That interest became a hobby, and eventually that hobby became a passion, but I had to drag my parents into allowing me to learn to shoot.
In my earlier years, I did a lot of shooting, but never competitively. Much of my worldview and love for freedom were shaped by that experience, and the Second Amendment is a core part of who I am.
I attended the Colorado School of Mines to study chemical engineering. I occasionally sparred with my professors about gun rights, and decided to go to law school, in part, because of gun rights issues. I very much wanted to return to Arizona, so the only law school I applied to was ASU. After I graduated in 2010, I chose to move to the Prescott area. It has become my home, and I am honored to serve as a deputy county attorney. My lovely wife is a local Walgreens pharmacist.
When I arrived in the Prescott area, I quickly connected with PAS. Many members befriended me and encouraged me to become a focused competitive shooter. I now frequently participate in USPSA, IDPA and Steel Challenge and look forward to every match.
I would like to give back to the club that has given me so much and believe that I would make a great addition to the Board of Directors. PAS punches above its weight as a shooting club and can continue to provide outstanding opportunities to this community. I would be honored to help guide it into the future.

After 30+ years as V.P of Operations for SCM construction Inc., My wife Mary and I retired and moved from Joshua Tree CA to the beautiful Hamlet of Wilhoit AZ. We love it here. My involvement in shooting sports started in 1989 and continues to this day. A co-founder and match director of Mike Rahagees Steel Challenge Range, Match director and member of Westend gun club, Match director and member of Palm Springs Gun Club, founder and match director of action steel match at HDRGC Club in Morongo Valley and member of the 29 Palms Gun Club.
I would be honored to serve on the board of directors.

My wife and I moved out to Prescott, AZ in June of 2009 from Wethersfield, Connecticut. I retired from a career in the Printing industry where I was president of a company that sold and serviced large sheet fed printing presses as well as binding and finishing equipment. The company sold and serviced equipment throughout the southern New England states. Prior to that experience I was a high school technology teacher at a comprehensive high school in Windsor, CT.
Back in Connecticut I competed bullseye pistol competition and cowboy action shooting competing in Single Action Shooting Society sanctioned matches at our local club, as well as the Tri-State Championship (CT, MA, RI), the New England Regional & New York state championship. I have also competed Winter Range, the National Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting which is held here at Ben Avery Range in Arizona since 2007. I have served as a posse marshal at Winter Range for the last nine years. I currently serve on the Board of Directors for Winter Range, as a Arizona Territorial Company Rough Rider, the group that puts on the National Championship.
I became co-match director for the cowboy action-shooting group at PAS in the fall of 2009. We renamed the SASS sanctioned club at PAS, the “Whiskey Row Gunslingers” to reflect on Prescott’s heritage. We have seen participation steadily growth over the last 9 years. I recently turned over the match directors duties for our SASS club to Wolfie Lehr, I will be the Territorial Governor for our club, (a liason to the parent organization, Single Action Shooting Society)
I wish to thank the current board of directors as well as our members for their continued support of Cowboy Action Shooting at our range. I look forward to continue to build the Whiskey Row Gunslingers as a SASS sanctioned cowboy action shooting group for Prescott Action Shooters.
I have served on the Board of Directors for Prescott Action Shooters for the last 8 years. I feel we need to control our expenses while maximizing any investments to improve our range for all of our members and the various disciplines in which they choose to participate. I look forward to helping Prescott Action Shooters grow in the future.

Winter Range 2020
Winter Range 2020
Jasson and Jess at State LG Match
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• 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
• 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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