Ok, I think I’ve got it covered. Vice President Todd Jandreau and Club Member Cesar Barraza will be covering the 1st & 3rd Sunday membership meetings. These will be available for renewals and brand new members. The info is the same for both. Make sure you bring required payment for club dues and NRA membership (if needed) in cash or check form. Click the ‘JOIN the Club’ tab above to review all needed info.
Side note: want some free mesquite? Help yourself to any of the cut mesquite at the range. It’s piled at different locations near where it was cut.
Greetings friends. For those who may not yet know, our beloved Secretary-Treasurer Neo Canales was hospitalized the night before Thanksgiving. He spent quite some time in the neuroscience ICU with a head injury. Since then he has been moved to the Rehab hospital for his recovery. His recovery will take an unknown amount of time. Please join us in prayer for his healthy recovery.
As such, there will be no 1st or 3rd Sunday membership meetings for new members or renewals. We will however continue to meet every first Tuesday of the month as normal and conduct membership meetings there. The Spring Newsletter will be delayed an unknown amount of time until we can get that worked out as well.
During this difficult time, please remember that this is a volunteer run club. There are only so many volunteers. We could always use your help. If you are available to help take up duties to keep the club running, please contact us here on the website or you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Merry Christmas and may this holiday time bring happiness and joy to you and yours.
Download your copy of the Fall Calendar in digital form here.
I’ve been meaning to post these for some time, but never actually did. You should already have your paper copy of the Summer Newsletter having been mailed to your house some time ago. But, if you’ve already lost it, here is a digital copy for reference.
Whoops, pardon our cleaning. We’ll be closed again tomorrow for a short time in the morning until 12pm NOON. So, please adjust any plans you have to shoot in the afternoon instead of the morning. That is of course, if you’re willing to brave the wind, wet, and cold! Stay warm friends! 🙂
Just left the range to reopen it. All cards are active again. The gate latch is a bit off center again and riding high, so you’ll need to push it a bit to open/close. I’ll get that adjusted as soon as I can find the right tool. So you are welcome to shoot in the cold wet weather if you like. Some additional painting is going to be done, so if that bay is being painted, come back when its open or wait for painter to finish up.
We’re getting some nice quality painting done, and we need to get it done right. So, we’re closing the range down temporarily for all work to get done safely, along with some other maintenance. So, the range is closed now and we expect work to be finished and ready to re-open on Wednesday, December 30th. So please hang onto your firearms and ammo until New Years, as we’ll be busy ’til then. Thank you for your understanding. Stay tuned for any updates.
Welcome Ladies and Gents! This month was our first meeting in our new building on site. We no longer meet at the Pharr Kiwanis Building, so no need to head out there. All future meetings will be conducted at the range.
The regularly scheduled 1st Sunday IPSC gun match at the Pharr Gun Club will be held this Sunday only
at the Coyote Arms Gun Range in north Hidalgo County.
The Pharr Action Shooters are joining with Coyote Arms to welcome World Champion IPSC shooter, Max Michel,
to the Valley. Michel will be attending the match.
To get to the Coyote Arms range…go north on McColl Rd to Monte Cristo Road.
Turn left onto Monte Cristo and go a mile to BIG 5 Road (there is a Wilbur Ellis office at the corner)
Turn right onto Big Five Rd and go north 4 miles.
The range is on the right hand side of the road.
Sign up starts: 9:00am
Contact info Mark Self 956-778-9730