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Welcome to the 2017/18 Arizona Shooting Season.  Have a great and safe time in our wonderful outdoors!

The spring 2018 Arizona Defense Match will be a special MOTHERS DAY EDITION!
Join us Sunday, May 13th at the Ben Avery Long Range,


The High Scoring Shooter, man or woman, will receive the coveted spring ADM TROPHY. Don't wait as we will only have 40 spots available. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!

As a bonus and to celebrate all the Mothers that shoot and support the 2nd Amendment.

The Education and Training Division would like to offer the following:
1. The High Scoring Mother will receive a special ADM Trophy.
2. Mothers that compete in the match will receive a certificate for a dozen assorted roses from Alberstons Floral (across the street from the Ben Avery Range ).
3. Mothers that compete will receive a Cyndee's Makeup Bag/Gun Rug, and the Mother with the highest score will receive a Cyndee's Handbag with makeup bag, ears, and eyes)
*see description below.
4. All Mothers that compete will have a special Mothers Day Competitors picture to be featured in our Bullet Trap Magazine and other media outlets.

More gifts and prizes expected in coming weeks.
Mothers, after you compete and have lunch, you will receive a certificate from the Albertsons Floral Department, just across the interstate from the range, for one dozen assorted roses. You can stop by and pick up your roses, reserved for you with your name.
Gentlemen, please don't be concerned about the ladies out shooting you.....they get it....sometimes us guys do not.
Our group will meet in the pits at 0815, set their targets and begin shooting at 0900. Match should be completed around 1045. Scoring and awards will take place around 1100 and you should be on your way by 1145.
This match is made to NOT take up an entire day and have you on the road before noon to enjoy the rest of your day.
You can now go to our secure shopping cart to sign up for your ASRPA Spring Special Mothers Day Edition Match.
We will only have room for a total of 40 shooters so don't delay in your registration.
Call or email me if you have any questions, concerns, or other. or 623 687 4251

Makeup BagWith Cyndee makeup bag you can conceal carry in your car when you pump gas, go to the store, or simply arrive home-whenever you open your door-only you know there is a firearm inside. The outside looks like just another makeup bag. The inside has elastic to keep your firearm and magazine in place.

The tote will carry all you will need when headedRange Tote to the range. Two mesh side pockets for loader, eyes and ears. Front open pocket for extra magazines. Plastic bottom insert will hold the weight of your ammunition and your firearm safe and secure.

The Legacy Rifle Match
 is a fundraiser to help get the Arizona Juniors, The Scorpions, to the National Matches at Camp Perry.

The match is a 50 shot, 4 man team format.  It is different from most matches in the fact that the Junior team does all of the target pulling and marking.  Competitors do not have to go to the pits.  The entire match is shot from the 200 yard line, using reduced targets for the prone stages.  The slow fire stages are shot with block time for all 4 shooters to fire.  The advantage of this is the entire match is completed in a little over 4 hours., and followed by an awards lunch.  This is a beginner friendly match. 

The 2018 Legacy Match will be held at Rio Salado Sportsman’s Club in Mesa on April 21.

Tournament Information:   Four man, 50 shot team match at 200 yards.  Target pullers ARE PROVIDED as part of the match fee.  Lunch follows the match and is included in the match fee.  Additional people may attend the barbecue for $7.00 each.  Profits from the match support Team Arizona Juniors at the National Rifle Matches at Camp Perry.

  • Tournament Date & Time:   SATURDAY, April 21, 2018. Squadding starts at 7:30 AM.  The match will start at 8:00 AM.
  • Sponsored by:   Rio Salado High Power Division and Arizona Junior Rifle Team (ASRPA).
  • Range Facility:   Usery Mountain Shooting Range (Rio Salado), Mesa, Arizona.
    • Entry Fee:   $25.00 per shooter ($100.00 per team).  Team Captain and/or coach does not have to be a firing member.
    • Advance entries:   Recommended, as the match may fill to capacity.  Limited to 15 teams.  Individuals may enter to be squadded on a “pick-up” team.
  • Late Entries:   Accepted up to the start of the match, as space permits.
  • Cancellations: Full refund prior to April 13, 2018.  No refunds afterward.
  • Rules:  NRA high power rifle rules apply.
  • Rifle:   Any service or match rifle meeting rules 3.1(a) thru (e) or 3.3.
  • Course of Fire: Stage One: 70 minutes block time for all competitors to shoot 3 sighting shots in any position and 10 shots for record slow fire standing. Stage two: 10 shots rapid fire sitting in 60 seconds.  Stage three: 10 shots rapid fire prone in 70 seconds.  Stage four: 98 minutes block time for all competitors to shoot 20 shots slow fire prone.
    • Targets: SR @ 200 yards for standing and rapid fire sitting.  Reduced targets @ 200 yards are used for the prone stages.
  • Target Pullers:       Pullers are provided as part of the match fee.
  • Classifications: NRA classifications not required. 
  • Prizes:  Award medallions are issued for Match Winner/high individual, High Woman and High Senior.  Team award medallions are issued for First, Second and Third place teams. 
  • For questions:
  • Awards ceremony and lunch in the Activity Center following the match.
  • Entry: $100 per team, $30 per individual shooter (includes puller & lunch).  Extra meals $8.00

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General Joe Foss Shooting Range Complex in Buckeye

Public Range Open dates:  April – September 2018

The Arizona State Rifle & Pistol Association is managing and operating the General Joe Foss Public Shooting Range in Buckeye under a Special Use Permit granted by Maricopa County Parks and Recreation.

The General Joe Foss Shooting Complex will be open for the general public to use from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the following dates:

Friday, April 13th
Saturday, April 14
Sunday, April 15th
Friday, April 20
Saturday, April 21st
Sunday, April 22nd

Friday, May 18th
Saturday, May 19
Sunday, May 20th
Friday, May 25th
Saturday, May 26th
Sunday, May 27th


Friday, June 8th
Saturday, June 9
Sunday, June 10th
Friday, June 15th
Saturday, June 16
Sunday, June 17th

Friday, July 6th
Saturday, July 7
Sunday, July 8th
Friday, July 13th
Saturday, July 14
Sunday, July 15th

Friday, August 10th
Saturday, August 11
Sunday, August 12th
Friday, August 17th
Saturday, August 18
Sunday, August 19th

Friday, September 14th
Saturday, September 15
Sunday, September 16th
Friday, September 21st
Saturday, September 22

Sunday, September 23rdPlease Note:  the above dates may change.  If you wish to get the latest news concerning the General Joe Foss Shooting Complex request that you be added to ASRPA’s JFR News list by sending an email to:

The General Joe Foss Shooting Complex is located in the Buckeye Hills Regional Park, just five (5) miles south of Buckeye, Arizona and approximately 10.5 miles south of I-10 on S.R. 85. For those with GPS, the coordinates are 33.275484,-112.638861.
We invite you to come out to the
General Joe Foss Range and use the Rifle and Pistol ranges (40 lanes out to 200 yards, and 40 lanes out to 50 yards), Archery and Trap & Skeet fields.  Fees for ASRPA Members are discounted.

At the range itself only Cash and Checks are accepted.  However, if you wish to pay for range fees and rounds of Trap & Skeet in advance by Credit or Debit card you can do so by visiting our CLICK HERE FOR SHOPPING CART

We have an excellent Range Safety Officer program leading to NRA certification.  If you would like to Volunteer to work as an RSO, or in any other capacity at the General Joe Foss Range complex, please send an email to:  Marketing(at)


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