100 yd. Range is:OPEN
50 yd. Range is:OPEN
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 - weather or maintenance.
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.
Visit Prescott Sportsmen's Club website for all Club events and information: Club Calendar - Matches etc.
Everything you want to know about what's going on with the Club is still found there.
This page is for a quick look at the CVSF operational status.
Rimfire Rifle Challenge Match
22RF or 17RF From the Bench
June 21, 2015 - 7:30am Check-in
Course of Fire
2 Stages 20 shots each - 40 shots total plus sighters
(any 22 or 17 rimfire rifle - any sights - 100yds)
(From the bench - front rest only)
Match fee = $10.00 for PSC members
(5$ to prize fund - non-members pay $10 Range fee)
2 classes (22RF - 17RF) payout by Lewis class
You must pre-register with Terry - only 32 slots open
Contact Terry Liffick at 928-533-1310or email HTLiffick@cableone.net
Go to the Club Calendar and click on the match date (June 21st. ) to view all the match details and regulations.
Sunday May the 31st. is our 4th Annual M1 for Vets Charity match.
It will be a 40 shot CMP style match.
5 sighters and 10 shots Prone Slow fire.
10 shots Prone Rapid fire.
10 shots Sitting Rapid fire.
10 shots Off-Hand standing slow fire.
So bring 50 rounds with you.
The rifle groups will be GSVM - which stands for - M1, Springfield, Vintage and Modern.
You may shoot a rifle of your choice but the First Place plaques will only go to those rifle groups.
Please come out to compete or just watch the competition for this good cause.
We are expecting around 30 shooters that day so if you want to join in, get your entry form in with the Tucson Rifle Club or Jeff Schnider, - found by looking up M1 for Vets / Tucson Rifle Club search.
The match fee is $25.00 which all of it goes directly to the Vets.
The Chino Valley Shooting Facility ( CVSF ) is operated by the Prescott Sportsmen's Club under a long term agreement with The Town of Chino Valley.