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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The Range is open to regular club shooting.
Be sure to check the club calendar for possible conflicts before driving to the range.

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Please check the calendar for times and dates for this event.

The Match Director is: Gary Carr.

Assistant Match Director TBD.

Match Fee Schedule:

Non-members: $15 -- YRL Members: $10 -- Heritage Members: $5.

Law enforcement -- $8.

Juniors (17 and under) shoot for free.

The match will typically consist of 4 - 5 multi gun stages, most involve transitions from one gun to another.
Please be prepared for a round count of 50 - 70 for each gun.
In addition there will shots requiring slugs. Bring 10 slugs.

Long Gun Safety

Carts - you may place your long guns into the cart in the parking area only if the gun has a chamber safety indicator in place when the gun is taken out of the case, put it in before you leave home, before going into the cart. Once the gun goes into the cart you may only remove it at a designated safety area if you need to handle it. At the bay you are shooting your stage you may only remove the gun from the cart with the barrel facing the side berm to preload or place onto the staging table. Chamber safety indicator stays in place until you are making ready under the direction of the RO.

Cases - if you are not using a cart all long guns must be cased when carried from one location to the other. The barrel must face the side berm when the gun is uncased to place on the preload or staging table. If you need to handle the long gun for any reason other than preloading or being called to the line to shoot it must be cased and carried to a designated safety area.

Th muzzle of your long gun should always be pointed at the side berm, cased or not, until you are called to the line.

For information on the 5 divisions and which one best fits your guns please click here. and go to Appendix A1 - A5. Approximately page 13 of 30 in the PDF that will open.

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