Chino Valley Shooting Facility
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Winter Hours: 0900 to 1630.
Summer Hours: 0800 to 1700.
Always check the CVSF Home page for changes in our daily operations.
Or call the range phone for a recording of last minute changes before you drive out to shoot - such as bad weather or range maintenance.. (928) 848-2271
Steel Target Rental NOW AVAILABLE !
We now have 2 straw archery stands at the range for your enjoyment.
Check in at the Range Office as usual and let the RSO know if you want to use the archery target area.
The CVSF phone number is - (928) 848-2271
This phone will stay in the Range Shack as the RSO will not be carrying this phone on his person during his duties on the range.
The RSO will return calls when it is safe to do so, or when there is no active shooting taking place on the range.
Keep using the web to check the Home and Calendar pages for range time changes before you come out to shoot.
Check the Calendar for matches and events.
THE RANGE WILL NO LONGER LOAN OUT ECIs.
You can purchase an ECI at the range office for $1.00.
We have moved shooting to our new range in Chino Valley, but the Club still has an obligation to restore our former range in the Prescott National Forest on Granite Basin Road. We are soliciting donations to pay closing expenses: lead reclamation and remediation, removal of existing structures and concrete pads, contouring the land.
The Club has kept range fees and membership fees very low to make the range accessible to many shooters. This is a good opportunity to show our appreciation for the fine facilities and range management we have enjoyed for many years.
Please use our PayPal Donate Button to make a contribution today.
The Club just held its annual election for members of the Board of Directors. Four club members stepped forward to become Board Members and were elected by the 22 club members in attendance.
We welcome George Gaskill, Neil Dickey, Steve Fitzpatrick, and Jeannine Smith to the Board. Neil Swanson will be President, George Gaskill will be VP, Bruce Hunt will continue as Treasurer, and Jeannine Smith will serve as Secretary, a position she held previously. Steve Fitzpatrick and Randy McCreight will pursue grant applications to expand CVSF and to rehabilitate our former range on Granite Basin Road.
Pete deCoux has submitted his resignation, effective after the April meeting. We are grateful for his service.
The Prescott Sportsmen's Club operates the Chino Valley Shooting Facility under a long term agreement with The Town of Chino Valley.
Spring Swap Meet - Mark Your Calendars
Our Spring PSC Swap Meet will be held on Saturday, May 23, 2015, from 8:00 AM to noon, at the Chino Valley Shooting Facility. This swap meet is open for public attendance, however only club members are allowed to set up tables and sell only sporting-related items. No fees are charged. Sellers’ parking and their tables are in the eastern part of parking lot. Buyers are requested to park outside this area to avoid congestion.
The rifle and pistol ranges will be “hot” and shooting will be permitted during the Swap Meet. The design of the CV range will safely allow both activities to occur; however, please leave parking spaces at the ranges for active shooters.
Since this will be our first swap meet at the new range, everyone’s cooperation will be needed to avoid congestion and conflicts, especially with parking.
For questions about the swap meet, please contact Bill Ough at 928-636-5299 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Meetings: The Board of Directors meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 6 PM.
Location: The Hillside Community Church of God, 937 Ruth Street, Prescott, AZ
Board meetings for 2015 are scheduled on:
January 20, February 17, March 17, April 21, May 19, June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20, November 17, December 15
The Annual Meeting and Board Elections will be conducted during the March meeting.
The Board invites all Club members to attend.