Rio Salado home of Tuesday night steel has sporting clays? When did it open? Is it a real clays course? It's been years since I've been there.ras1500 said:Arizona Game and Fish department owns the property on the Ben Avery range. There have been some issues on how the facility is managed, G&F is now soliciting bids to get a different management organization to run the place.
If you want to shoot clays in the Phoenix area, check out Rio Salado Sportsman's Club in Mesa. We've recently expanded the facility to 16 stations and have received a lot of positive feedback about how challenging and how picturesque the course is.
I got spanked a few times at the Ernie Hill a few years ago. Do they still hold it? I haven't shot my P9 in a while. I can't see the front sight anymoreras1500 said:ysr-racer,
Yes, Rio Salado, the home of Tuesday night steel, has a real sporting clays course. It opened to the public fall of last year. We have 16 stations located along a path that winds through the desert. Everyone who has shot the course has always been complementary. We just put in our application to the National Sporting Clays Association. For information go to: www.riosaladosportsmans.com