Our purpose is to provide you, the shooting public, with the best shooting experience in the White Mountain area!
To do this we strive to ensure an environment that is clean and well managed, family friendly and above all, safe.
Covered Firing Line at Second Knoll Firing Range
Come on out and shoot!
Open to the public.
Aerial View of Second Knoll Target Range
Enjoying Shooting at the Target Range
A big thank you to all of our RSO’s for volunteering their time to run Second Knoll. It is greatly appreciated. Six RSO’s were in the 22/23 100-hour Club. Many thanks to:
Don Childers (101 hours)
John Kuehn (100 hours)
Rusty Marlow (130 hours)
Tom McAdams (100 hours)
Fred Parry (117 hours & 6 years in a row)
John Taroli (162 hours)
The White Mountain Shooters Association (WMSA) hosts a wide variety of shooting organizations, both competitive and non-competitive. These clubs welcome new shooters whether you like to compete or just want to see what it’s like. To learn more about a particular club, click one of the links below.
About Second Knoll Target Range
The Second Knoll Target Range is a nationwide model for range design in the National Forest. It’s a joint venture between the Arizona Game and Fish Department, the National Forest Service, ADOT, and the White Mountain Shooters Association.
Second Knoll Target Range is open for public use on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday (weather permitting). See footer for winter and summer hours. The range is under the control of trained volunteer Range Safety Officers whose primary goal is to insure that everyone remains safe.
We currently offer a 100-yard all-purpose range for public use for rifles and pistols. The range complex also offers other facilities that are available through affiliated club activities. These are a 50-yard ”bullseye” pistol range equipped with turning targets and four 25-yard training and competition bays. The 50-yard range and competition bays are also available for rent for private events.
Our range is a public range under the auspices of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. The department has 11 ranges throughout the state and ours is consistently ranked in the top 3. Moreover, we aren’t done. Future plans include a 300-yard range, a clubhouse, a classroom, and a resident caretaker.