"AZ Two Dogs"
11 Nov 1948- 30 Jul 2020
Winter Range is CX'd
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEW CLUB OFFICERS!
CLUB PRESIDENT & TERRITORIAL GOVERNOR COLT LAREDO and RANGE MASTER (in training) SKINNY MCKINNEY. Look for them at the match and say Thank You.
The next match will be 05 Dec. It will start at 9 am. The stages are:
Registration is open now and will close on Thurs 03 Dec at 5:00 pm.
Posse assignments will be available at the range. Please be on your stage ready to shoot at 0900. Long Range starts at 7.
NEW REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT INFORMATION
Our matches now require online preregistration and match fee payment on line by credit card . During your registration process you will be guided to our online store where you select the appropriate match registration fee ( $15 for everyone except buckaroos, buckarettes and juniors who shoot for free). There is a shopping cart and checkout process similar to other on line purchasing. While we plan for a seamless transition to online registration/payment it is realistic to expect that you may have issues with this method. If you do please contact Claudia Feather at email@example.com. Our preferred refund is to give a credit to a future match for withdrawls/cancellations that notify us in advance. To withdraw from the match notify Claudia Feather by email.
Volunteerism, the life blood of a cowboy shooting club. This is evident at the match when your fellow shooters volunteer to be Posse Marshal, TO, spotters and brass pickers. Volunteerism makes for a good match. And when the match is over cowboys and cowgirls join in to pickup steel. However there would not have been a match were it not for the very few that come out on Friday and volunteer to set up the steel. We need more of you as Friday volunteers. No volunteer is more indispensable than the Friday setup crew. For our matches to continue you must help. While volunteering has its own intrinsic reward, the Range Master will be giving volunteers who help setup credit toward free future matches.
HEALTH and SAFETY REMINDER
Social Distance and Firearms safety at the range begin in the parking lot. Wear eye protection and maintain safe muzzle direction when moving firearms from car to cart.