Prescott Action Shooters

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MARCH 15th, 3rd SUNDAY MATCH CANCELLED

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

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CCRKBA Supports Cornyn's National Measure on CCW Reciprocity

BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is encouraging its members to contact their U.S. senators and congressional representatives in support of Sen. John Cornyn's Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2015. "We think that Sen. Cornyn's proposal is long overdue, now that all 50 states have adopted some form of concealed carry legislation," said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. "Law-abiding citizens can drive their cars across the country on their state-issued driver's licenses, and it's time that states acknowledge that the right to keep and bear arms is not confined to one's home state. "After all," he added, "the right to defend one's self doesn't end at the state line."

Gottlieb noted that perennial anti-gun Sen. Charles Schumer of New York has already decried the bill, S. 498, as "a menace to New York." He called it another example of Schumer's campaign of paranoia to push gun control. "Senator Schumer didn't waste any time finding a microphone to unleash his scare tactics," Gottlieb observed. "He immediately threatened to fight this legislation 'tooth-and-nail,' so it is no surprise that he rolled out the rhetoric almost before Cornyn had finished with his announcement. "It's kind of disingenuous for Chuck Schumer to start whining about 'potentially dangerous people' bringing guns into New York grocery stores, theaters and other venues without notifying the police," he added. "New York criminals have been doing that for years, and he knows it. Perish the thought that a legally-armed private citizen from anywhere might just want to be on a level playing field with Empire State street hoodlums." Republican Sen. Cornyn has bipartisan support for his measure, including Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin, and there's an identical companion bill in the House, HR 923, sponsored by Rep. Marlin Stutzman of Indiana. "Gun prohibitionists like Schumer have contended for years we ought to treat gun ownership like car ownership," Gottlieb stated. "Well, here's a chance for Schumer to put up or shut up and support legislation to recognize concealed carry as a national right."

With more than 650,000 members and supporters nationwide, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is one of the nation's premier gun rights organizations. As a non-profit organization, the Citizens Committee is dedicated to preserving firearms freedoms through active lobbying of elected officials and facilitating grass-roots organization of gun rights activists in local communities throughout the United States. The Citizens Committee can be reached by phone at (425) 454-4911, on the Internet at www.ccrkba.org or by email to InformationRequest@ccrkba.org. CCRKBA Facebook Page CCRKBA Twitter Page Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms James Madison Building 12500 N.E. Tenth Place Bellevue, WA 98005Voice: 425-454-4911 Toll Free: 800-426-4302 FAX: 425-451-3959 Email: InformationRequest@ccrkba.org

Beretta Will Debut Its First Full-Size Striker Fired Pistol at IDEX

(Gadone V.T., Italy) February 23, 2015 — The introduction of the APX model completes the company's full size pistol portfolio and positions Beretta as the world's premier small arms manufacturer. Beretta has manufactured semi-automatic pistols since 1915 and is now one of the very few manufacturers to offer full size polymer and metallic framed handguns in both hammer and striker fired operating systems. Beretta elected to debut its new APX striker fired pistol at the upcoming IDEX Show (International Defence Exhibition & Conference) in Abu Dhabi because it is one of the most important shows for the international defense sector. "With the show opening February 22, IDEX is one of the first venues where defense contractors present their wares to worldwide military customers and Beretta felt this was the ideal environment to present the international offering of its APX pistol," stated Carlo Ferlito, General Manager of Beretta and Beretta Defense Technologies (BDT) Vice President.

Designed specifically for military and law enforcement operators, the APX has been put through extensive testing and evaluation at the professional end user level. Carlo Ferlito explained that Beretta places paramount importance on performance and wanted to ensure they built a product to meet the operator's specific needs. "Beretta waited to enter the striker fired market until we had a pistol we knew would meet the needs of the operator. The APX has been more than three years in development. We tested it extensively with professional end users and incorporated that feedback at every opportunity. The result is a pistol platform that delivers superior performance in durability, reliability, accuracy and ergonomics." Beretta intends to submit a variant of the APX shown at IDEX to the upcoming US Army Modular Handgun System. "Of course we will continue to develop the APX to take into consideration the final specifications of the MHS as they become known," stated Gabriele De Plano, Vice President of Beretta Defense Technologies (BDT) USA Marketing and Operations. The APX striker fired pistol has been developed to match military and law enforcement needs but is not just for these customers, Beretta intends to market a variant for the commercial market later this year. This addition to Beretta's pistol line will further cement the company's position as one of the world's leading small arms manufacturers.

Winter Range 2015 Report:


Pictured left to right: Robyn DaVault, Bella Coola, Addie Rose, Ginny Lee, Little Dogie, Turquoise Bill

It was a great match, the stages were challenging with target sizes, distances, split shotgun, split revolver, a rifle reload, etc. Final tally was about 720 shooters for the match, 685 finished the 12 stages. Weather was great with just a little rain on Saturday morning. Overall winners, both Junior Shooters:

Man: Matt Black Woman: SASS Kicker

Here is a breakdown of the local shooters: Top 10 finishers in each category win a “top 10 buckle”, top 5 finishers in category win a trophy and a “top ten buckle”

Addie Rose
3rd Place, Ladies 49r
Arizona Rick
24th Place, Classic Cowboy
Con Conagher
18th Place, Classic Cowboy
Dutch Henry Davis
50th Place, Silver Senior
Ginny Lee
2nd Place, Cattle Baroness
Iron Dog
20th Place, Cattle Baron
Justice B. Dunn
17th Place, Frontier Cartridge Duelist
Lacey D’Oyly
4th Place, Lady Gunfighter
Little Doggie
8th Place, Grand Dame
Long Shot Larry
34th Place, Sliver Senior
Marshal W. Hill
27th Place, Classic Cowboy
Robyn DaVault
3rd Place, Cowboy
Star Packer
21st Place, Range Boss
Tumbleweed Pete
22nd Place, Range Boss
Turquoise Bill
5th Place, Classic Cowboy

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(Posted: 2015-03-05)

GENERAL INFORMATION:

• 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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYQAEDfdndw

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