Prescott Action Shooters

Greetings: -- Welcome to the Prescott Action Shooters (Prescott Arizona)
IDPA - ICORE - SAS/CAS - USPSA - Steel Challenge
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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MARCH 28th, IDPA SUNDAY MATCH, Click Here to Sign Up

NAZC Staff Workers

For all people who are working the NAZC match, you need to register now for the match, if you haven’t already. We need to get your shooter info, and get you into the data base. We also need to know if you have a RED staff shirt from previous matches. If you don’t, let us know, so we can order a new one. Specify size. Thank you for your participation.
Ron Younger -- MD


Range Safety Is Everyone's Job

In the attached video you will see why it is so important for everyone to be involved at all times in range safety.
We must each be aware of the people that are down range for any reason. A large part of the burden falls on the RO (range officer). Each shooting discipline has a person designated to be responsible for the person that is going to shoot next. That is the person that must understand the responsibility they now have for the safety of those around them. This includes shooters as well as spectators. Often family or friends watching a shooter will get involved in helping reset a stage with the shooters. The RO must make sure everyone is off the range and back to a safe place before having the next shooter make ready (load their weapon). If you take the clock you are in charge.
The responsibility for everyone getting off the shooting area or stage is not just that of the RO but all of us. We absolutely must be aware of where everyone is at and that no one is left on a course of fire. It is easy to get behind barrels or other areas that hide you from the vision of others. Be aware of what is going on and get off the shooting area with the rest of the members of your squad.
The bottom line is - pay attention, don't be in a hurry and never assume anything regarding safety on the range. Range safety is everyone's job!
Here is the video

Handgun Nationals

Our club is receiving slots for this years handgun Nationals.
The Nationals will be held in Frostproof, Florida, at the Universal Shooting Academy from Oct. 3 to Oct. 11.
The slots we received are as follows: Limited-2, Open-2, Limited 10-1
Let us know if you are interested in these slots.
More information is available at, and click on the “Nationals” link.
The slots will need to be mailed by June 8.
Ron Younger & Geoff Ferrell

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Board Members Bio's

Ken Stubbe

I was born and raised in Central Iowa. After high school I went to work at a manufacturer of aluminum and zinc die castings. I worked my way into various positions in middle management during my 21 year employment there.

In the fall of 2000, I began college as a full-time student graduating from University of Northern Iowa in December, 2005 with a degree in Mathematics Education. The same year my wife and I relocated to the Prescott area. I am currently employed as high school math teacher at a private boarding school in central Arizona.

My shooting sports history started hunting squirrel, rabbit, pheasant and water fowl with my father, uncle and grandfather. I purchased my first pistol in 1999 and due to physical limitations had to learn shooting pistol strong-hand only. After relocating, it took a couple years to unpack my single stage press and found the friendly matches in this area a real joy to participate in. The membership of Prescott Action Shooters made me feel at home and I rarely miss an opportunity to spend my Saturdays at the range enjoying the scenery, sportsmanship of the members and building my own personal skills. I currently hold membership in USPSA and IDPA.

I feel the range, its membership and leadership are a real asset to the Prescott area and I would be honored to serve as a member of the board.

Arlan Averyt

I am running for reelection to the Yavapai Recreation League (Prescott Action Shooters) Board of Directors. I have been a board member for six years, serving four years as club president.

I have been actively involved in the ongoing range improvements, following the guidance of the club's Capital Improvement Committee.

In addition to Board of Director activities, I also serve as match director for the club's monthly IDPA match and the Thursday Steel matches. Both disciplines have successfully grown over the years.

I recommended and implemented the current orientation program for new members. It has been my pleasure to meet new club members, tell them about the club's various shooting disciplines and encourage them to become involved in club activities.

Personal Experience/Credentials:

NRA Range Officer & Certified Pistol Instructor

IDPA Safety Officer and club contact

Eight years employed at an indoor shooting range

USAF Handgun and Rifle expert qualification

USAF Munitions Specialist/Instructor

I would like to continue as a member of the PAS Board of Directors and would very much appreciate your vote.

Thank you

Arlan E Averyt

Gary Carr,

I'm Gary Carr, charter and life member of Yavapai Recreation League.  I am dedicated to helping the club grow in the right direction, staying true to the club's charter and improvement of the range.

I'm a life member of ICORE, Match Director for ICORE, member of USPSA and participate in Steel Challenge, IDPA, Cowboy Action Shooting matches.

I am counting on your vote to continue my work on the board of YRL Prescott Action Shooters.

Gary M. Carr


• 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 or explosive ammunition 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

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