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  High Power Rifle and Pistol Club of Yuma, Inc.

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High Power Rifle and Pistol Club of Yuma, Inc.



Annual membership for adults is $25.  Junior membership is $10Membership is for 365 days from the day you signed up.   We are the lowest priced shooting club available in the United States of America.

We are an IRS Code 501 (c) (3) Public Charity.  All donations are deductible.


 Friday, April 28, 2017, at 6:30 AM there will be a practice for all , keeping in mind the upcoming Long Range Palma High Power Rifle Match on May 14th (800, 900, & 1,000 yards).


Our next scheduled match, May 14, 2017 a Sunday, *Long-Range Palma High Power Rifle, NRA Approved.

       

     *Consists of shooting Prone Slow Fire at the 800 yard line, firing 15 rounds (one round at a time) with unlimited Sighters, in a time limit of 22 minutes. Next at the 900 yard line, firing 15 rounds (one round at a time) with 2 sighters only, in a time limit of 22 minutes. Upon completion you will move to the 1,000 yard line firing 15 rounds (one round at a time) with 2 Sighters only, in a time limit of 22 minutes. This is a 450 aggregate points match (45 rounds for record).


Whipper Snipers, this Saturday we will begin at 6:00 am, by general consensus; due to the sun rising earlier.



A sincere thanks to all of the below listed organizations who have helped us with their support.


Sprague's Sports, Yuma, AZ

Friends of the NRA Yuma, AZ

VFW Post #6790 Wellton, AZ

VFW Post #8242 Yuma, AZ

Chicago Title Agency, Yuma. AZ

Dick's Auto Rebuilders, Yuma, AZ

Benevolent & Protective Order of the Elks #478, Yuma, AZ

Yuma Territorial Gun Shows, Yuma, AZ

Yuma Sun Daily News, Yuma, AZ

Game & Fish, Yuma, AZ

Yuma Recycling,Inc., Yuma, AZ

Love's Truckstop, Yuma, AZ


     A Junior shooting 200 yards Standing Slow                     Junior members shooting Prone Slow
     Fire at South Phoenix Rod & Gun Club.                           Fire at Rio Salado (Mesa), Arizona.

           Four Basic Rules of Shooting Safely


1. Treat all firearms as being loaded.


2. Do not point your firearm at anything you do not intend                 to shoot.


3. Keep your finger straight and off of the trigger, until ready             to shoot


4. Keep the safety on, until ready to shoot.




Entrance to Big Bore 1,000 Yard Range, 

Adair Park, Yuma, AZ

A Junior member shooting Slow Fire Standing/
Off-hand at Adair Park, at the 200 yard line at the Big Bore Range.

Flag pole at entrance to Big Bore 1,000 Yard Range - at zero dark thirty