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Recent News 

Posted January 13, 2022

A Ladies Day Meet & Greet will be held on Saturday February 18, 2023 at the Central Arizona Realtor Meeting Room from 9:00 to 11:00am located on 600 SR-260, Payson (located in building behind Tiny's Restaurant). The agenda is a half hour Meet & Greet that will be followed by a presentation of a portion of the NRA's"RefuseTo Be a Victim" course. This is free for all TRSC female members/spouses of members. There is room for about 30 people. Please RSVP to Suzy at or (520)-400-8616 by end of the day Thusday, February 16. Sponsored by the Ladies Day Team - Suzy Burros, Judy Dreyer, Melissa Tuemmler, and Sue Little.

Posted July 19, 2022

Basic Practical Tactical on the 3rd Sunday has been discontinued due to low shooter participation.

Posted July 12, 2022


The July 23 match will be the Long-Range Silhouette format: Chickens at 50 yards (shot offhand); Pigs at 100 yards, Turkeys at 150 yards, and Rams at 200 yards, shot from any position (standing, sitting, kneeling), with crossed sticks or bags for support. Bring a spotting scope and shooting mat if you have them.


Set-up at 7:00, match begins at 9:00. Open to members and non-members alike. Cost is $10, juniors shoot for free.

Posted May 31, 2022

USPSA Classifier Matches!

USPSA classifier matches will be run during the summer months.

The idea is to shoot 4 classifiers, get in and get out before it gets too warm and we're all "lobsterfied".

So if you are able come on up north and join us through September and get some classification action in!

Link to first match below, registration opens on the 6th.

Email with any questions.

Posted April 22, 2022


Chickens, Pigs, Turkeys, Rams, oh my!

Bring your .22 rifle, scoped or iron sights, and knock down the steel animals, at 40, 50, 75, and 100 yards. We plan to hold silhouette

matches on the 4th Saturday of each month, beginning with May 28.

Open to all shooters, members and non-members alike. Bring your

friends! Awards - 1ST, 2ND, & 3RD place pins awarded in each class;

& Hi Lady, Hi Junior, 10 animals

Cost - $10 each match (any match additional class – $7.00) Juniors

$5 each

But first, we need help getting the range ready. We will have

Silhouette Work Days on May 11 and May 23, from 7am til 10am.

We need to groom the timbers and berms where we set the steel


Contact information for the Discipline Lead can found by clicking the CONTACT button.

Posted March 15, 2022

Election results for 2022….. Vice President Tom Beuthin, Trustee Byron Gunderson, Range Scheduler Felix Barndt, Range Manager Ed Niebch, Membership Chairman  Kevin Schirmer.  Congratulations to the volunteers and thanks to all who took the time to vote.


Posted May 21, 2021

The TRSC Board has acquired a new location for the general meetings.  Starting in August the new location will be the Meeting Room at the Central Arizona Association of Realtors 600 E. State Hwy. 260 Suite 12. Same parking area as Tiny's Restaurant.


Posted April 29, 2021

No smoking on the TRSC range from April 1 through September 30. This is subject to change as it relates to the
severity of the fire season.

PLEASE pick up after yourself—hulls, used targets, spent brass; use authorized/regulation targets and target
stands—NOT tables. Reminder: all dogs on a leash. Thank you!
Your TRSC Board of Directors

CIVILIAN MARKSMANSHIP PROGRAM (CMP): You may notice that our membership number for the CMP
has been put back on the newsletter masthead. The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) is a U.S. government chartered
program that promotes firearm safety training and rifle practice for all qualified U.S. citizens with special
emphasis on youth. Participation in the Program is not mandatory or compulsory, but any U.S. citizen who is not
legally prohibited from owning a firearm may purchase a military surplus rifle/ammo from the CMP, provided they are
a member of a CMP affiliated club. If you would like to sign up for their Sales Email Updates, please visit

(1) asks that if you are the last person to leave the range, please do a review of the ranges to make sure nothing is
smoldering or burning. There are water packs in the RSO area for fire fighting when needed.

(2) people have been shooting at the target stands, which is a violation of our safety regulations. Please be aware
that your membership will be revoked for any fractions of the safety rules.

(3) The High Power range will be closed the 1st Wednesday of every month from break of dawn to noon for
maintenance. The 100 yard range will continue to be closed the 2nd Wednesday of every month from break of dawn
to noon for maintenance.





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Reminders From The Range Manager

Ed Niebch presented the following rules at the general meeting:

  • Do not sign in for your guests - Each guest must sign in and complete the release.

  • Two guests per member, please.

  • Also, if you bring children (under 18) guests you must have a release completed by their parents. [Form is posted on Membership Page]

  • Do not shoot clay birds anywhere on the range.

  • Do not shoot at rocks or other ground targets.

  • Do not shoot at target stands. Do not place objects on target stands as targets (such as golf balls, shotgun shells, rocks). Only paper targets should be used with the target stands.

  • If "RANGE CLOSED" signs are up do not access the range. If you are caught you can lose your membership. Call the range line 928-970-1766 before you go out to the range.

  • On the High Power Range, all targets must be set out a minimum of 25 yards. This range is for rifles and long-range pistols only.

  • On the High Power Range use the road to check your targets. The range cannot be leveled and it is not safe for people to walk out to the targets.

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