Scotts Valley 
Sportsmen's Club

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  • 10/12/2020 8:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    My name is Carol Lee, wife of Jun Lee, who was one of the founding members of the club. He is now living at the Westwind Memory Care Facility in Santa Cruz confined to a wheel chair and with the early signs of dementia.

    I am in the process of getting rid of all his loading equipment and collection of books. If any member is interested in these items please give me a call. The loading equipment, primers, shells, etc are at give away prices.  I would like to donate all his books to the club to sell and raise money for the club.

    If this is of interest to you please contact me at 831 438-0685. or

  • 06/20/2020 11:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Once again our club has been designated an NRA Gold Medal Club for 2020. This is an annual award based upon meeting criteria for 100% NRA membership, publishing a club newsletter, operating an active youth program, membership in the NRA's state association (California Rifle & Pistol Association), and an active NRA recruiting program. Thanks to all the members who assisted in making our club a Gold Medal Club for 2020! 

  • 06/02/2020 9:05 AM | Anonymous

    Fellow Scotts Valley Sportsmen’s Club Members,

    On June 1st, 2020, our range reopens within the limitations of the Santa Cruz county COVID-19 order for outdoor recreation. Scotts Valley Sportsman’s Club’s number one priority is the safety of our members.

    To comply with county directives, the club is adopting the Single Action Shooters Society (SASS) “Best Practices for Safety” guidelines. SASS has over 100,00 members of all age groups and is the largest shooting organization in the United States and has established COVID-19 guidelines for shooting activities.

    County and city authorities have been updated. These guidelines expire July 31st, 2020 unless renewed or revised by the Club’s Board of Directors. Our club Range Safety Officers have been updated and will be able to address any questions that come up at the range.

    Please come back to our range to enjoy some recreational shooting:

    • Review the Guidelines.
    • Maintain Social distancing.
    • Respect the guest limitations: Immediate family members that you share a residence with.
    • Don’t forget to send the Club board comments and suggestions regarding your experiences in our new environment.

    Let’s get back to enjoying our sport.

    I’m looking forward to seeing you at the range.

    Peter Feain

  • 03/07/2020 10:43 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Construction work on the range is completed and the range is open. There are a few items that still need to be cleaned up and/or finished, but those will be handled by a member work party in the next few weeks. 

    The backstop berms for both ranges now have a "toe" of large redwood logs at the base. The purpose of these logs is to help keep the backstop material from gradually slumping out onto the range floor. These logs are sacrificial. That is, we expect that over time they will get shot up and have to be replaced. Don't deliberately shoot them, but we won't get all stressed out over a few errant shots hitting the logs.

    The middle wall dividing the pistol backstop is gone. No more getting yelled at for shooting the wall.  

  • 02/26/2020 5:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The shooting range will be closed Sunday March 1st for a Work Party and March 2nd thru 6th for construction to rebuild and reconfigure the backstops and remove lead contaminated soil from the range. Do not come to the range unless you are already signed up to help.  We will have heavy equipment and large trucks working on both ranges, hard-hats and dust masks required. 

  • 11/01/2019 11:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    All members will receive their annual membership renewal notice on/about December 1st.  Annual dues have increased 425, to $125/year for Regular Adult and Senior Members to help cover the costs of environmental cleanup work and other range operating expenses. This is the first dues increase in at least 5 years.  

    Please check and update your membership profile this month to make sure your NRA expiration date and other information is correct.

    Many members have not listed an emergency contact on their profile. If you haven't listed an emergency contact, or it has changed, please update your  profile on the website. It's very important for us to have the emergency contact information...if you become ill or are injured on the range, we need to know who to contact. 

  • 06/03/2019 4:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On March 1, 2019 the NRA increased their membership fees.  However, you still get a better deal on our Club's website, and when you renew using the button on our home page, your club gets a commission from the NRA.  The new fees are: 

    Member Type       

    Regular Rate on
    NRA Website

    SVSC Website
    Discounted Rate
     One-Year  $    45  $    35
     Three-Year  $  100  $    85
     Five-Year  $   150  $   125
     Life Member  $1,500  $1,000

  • 10/28/2018 7:33 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Today someone shot one of the red lights that we use to indicate a cease fire in the pistol house. It may have been an accident and we certainly hope it wasn't deliberate. It looks like it was a 22, based on the size of the hole in the shatterproof bulb.

    We expect whoever did this to fess up and pay for the bulb and a replacement fixture.  If you shot this safety light, send an email to and offer to pay for the damage.  Click on "Read More" to see pictures. 

  • 10/15/2018 4:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The broken hand washing station in the pistol house has been replaced by a new unit.  Be sure to wash you hands after shooting to remove any lead residue before eating or smoking!  

  • 09/19/2018 10:28 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Last night the Club held it's first new Youth Training Program class in the pistol house, with 10 scouts, several parents and Club NRA Certified Instructors. Everyone had a good time and the young folks learned a lot about firearms safety and marksmanship. 

    Huge thanks to Charlie Baum for organizing this and all the others who have volunteered to be Instructors, Robert Cobez for training and certifying the Instructors, and the Club's Board of Directors for funding the program. 

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