Each season we enjoy providing opportunities for young adults to learn, compete and have fun through our Smallbore and Air Rifle Junior Shooting Division.

Responsibility & Dedication 

Olympic Style Competition

Areas of Focus

Recognition Awards

Gun Safety  

Click on the buttons below to download a copy of our forms, for any further information please email:  Juniors@RSSCAZ.com

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 Smallbore & Precision Air Rifle

    Mesa, Arizona

Rio Salado Junior Division 

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​​​​​Rio Salado's Junior Division Smallbore Program

Welcome New Shooters ! 

 The Junior Smallbore Division is open to both new and experienced shooters ages 10 through 20 in Arizona. Creating environments for youths to compete in Rifle Shooting that is indicative of learning and maintaining gun safety and skills of competitive 4- Position precision shooting. 

Bolt action rifles are provided or bring your own. Most safety equipment and targets are provided. NRA Trained Coaches provide opportunities to strive towards individual shooting goals.

Thursday Practice 

  • ​Training & Qualification shooting 5:30 PM to 8:30PM

  • Do not arrive earlier than  5:00

  • September through May

  • .22LR Ammo for program use is $4.00 per box (50 Rounds)

Note: Safety is our paramount concern. Eye protection must always be worn while outdoors after entering the main gate.

Upcoming Schedule 2019-2020

3rd    Smallbore Practice (3x20 Practice Match)
10th  NO Smallbore (Airgun Extreme Benchrest) 
17th  Smallbore Practice (New Shooter Class)
24th  Smallbore Practice (3x20 Practice Match)
31st  Halloween - No Practice

7th   NO Smallbore (Desert Classic) 
14th Smallbore Practice (3x20 Practice Match)
21st Smallbore Practice
28th Thanksgiving - No Practice

5th   Smallbore Practice 
12th Smallbore Practice (3x20 Practice Match)
19th Smallbore Practice
26th Smallbore Practice

2nd Smallbore Practice
4th  Junior Olympic Smallbore Qualifiers @ PRGC

​​*Shooters must abide by all commands issued by range personnel. Failure to abide by these range rules may result in the shooter being asked to leave.