Prescott Sportsman club/Chino Valley issues?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by mike56, Dec 9, 2018.

  1. mike56

    mike56
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    Can anyone explain what's going with this place?
    One board voted the other board out, tried to do elections, money stolen, court orders, sueing each other??

    In the meantime its closed. WTF?

    Can anyone identify the good guys/bad guys?
     
  2. Adam1182

    Adam1182
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    There is literally a bunch of spots to go shooting all over Yavapai. Bring your own equipment and please bring back your trash.


    That range is only good for using during fire restrictions when you just absolutely have to get the itch to shoot scratched.
     
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  3. Old18C

    Old18C
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    Sent them a check for a membership they sent it back a couple of months ago.
     
  4. Adam1182

    Adam1182
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    Wow.


    This reminds me, need to go out and zero two more rifles this weekend.
     
  5. mike56

    mike56
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    Apparently they elected a new board. The old board refused to relinquish the check books and took 5K from it to sue the new board members. The new board members took more money from our funds to defend themselves in court.
    So effectively, we are sueing each other with our own money.
    These guys should run for public office.
     
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  6. Adam1182

    Adam1182
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    That's terrible. You're the ones being hurt by all of this pettiness.
     

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