Juniors

Prescott Sportsmen's Club

Junior Rifle Marksmanship Program

Due to Neil moving and Kurt recovering from an illness, the Junior Program has been cancelled for March.
The Program will start up again in April.  Look for the next class schedule to be placed on the calendar in early April.
Thank you for your attendance.

Neil Dickey CRSO and Kurt Nelson CRSO will operate the Juniors program.  Neil is a Board member and RSO. Kurt has extensive experience training junior rifle competitors. Both Mr. Dickey and Mr. Nelson are certified NRA 
Chief Range Saftey Officer's and will offer a safe and fun program to teach kids the correct way to handle, shoot and clean a firearm.

Contact:      Neil Dickey                        Kurt Nelson
  

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Saguaro Camp Cedarbrook

In July 2015, this Christian summer camp used our range at CVSF to introduce their campers to shooting.

Thankyou letter attached.


Two of our junior competitors,  Sarah Nguyen and Gennaro Napolitano,  were selected to train and to compete with the Arizona state junior highpower rifle team this summer(2013), which includes travel to Camp Perry to compete in the National Matches.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

classes

The next Junior Training Class is scheduled for January 31, 2016 at the Chino Valley Shooting Facility.

Safety meeting, range and firearms familiarization will be included at the start of the class prior to any shooting on the range.

Live firing will include 22RF small bore rifle and .223 AR platform, shooting at 50 and 100 yards.

Juniors will be furnished firearms, shooting jackets, shooting mats, ammunition, eye and ear protection, spotting scopes and a Range Safety Officer  by the Club.

Bring food and drinks for a lunch break.  Bottled water is available at the RO shack for $1.00.

This training is offered to Juniors from 8 to 17 years.
Parents and friends are invited to attend.

Please go to the Prescott Sportsmen's Cub web site and click on the Junior tab to see future announcements.






2013

Eight Juniors completed the 2013 Junior Marksmanship class at PSC in July. Two of them completed the Boy Scout merit badge in Shooting.