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  1. The topic refers to S.V. and Hereford, but all members interested in accessing and using the Sierra Vista - AZGFD shooting range are included. As some of you know, the Sierra Vista shooting range has been characterized by dissension and dysfunction for a number of years. Sierra Vista is a small town, and pretty soon the word gets around, and those of us who are shooters/competitiors/handloaders/predator callers figure out the challenging conditions (I am not talking about wind or mirage) when attempting to test a new load, zero a rifle, practice from field positions or etc. At the Sierra Vista range, you can expect mixed results on any given day. Given the limitations on safe places to shoot on public land, and the 100 mile drive to the Three Points range, the Sierra Vista range is the only game in town. There will be a meeting this coming Wednesday, March 9, at 7:00 p.m. at the VFW in Sierra Vista to provide input with respect to the future operation and management of the range. At issue is whether or not to combine the current fragmented organization (Cochise Gun Club, Sierra Vista Rod and Gun Club, and Montezuma Muzzleloaders) under the umbrella of the Sierra Vista R&G Club. All club members are invited to attend and provide input and opinions as to the future of public shooting in the local commuting area. If you like to hunt and shoot, and are not a shooting range member, maybe you should be! And this meeting could provide an opportunity to become one, and to educate yourself as to how the shooting community might provide guidance to allow this struggling shooting range to move forward. If you have some time and energy and interest in promoting shooting sports and especially in passing on your knowledge to the next generation (or the current generation who may be new to shooting and firearms) please consider attending and sharing some of that experience and expertise.