July winner of the Monthly Meeting Raffle

 The prize for the Monthly Meeting raffle was the Savage Axis XP Bolt Action w/scope in .270 Win.  The winner was John Langaard.

Raffle for Serious Sportsmen winner for July

 The serious sportsmen's prize for July was the Vortex optics package:  Vortex Diamondback scope and Vortex strike Eagle Scope, Vortex binoculars and Vortex rangefinder.  The winner was Gary Hess.


The prize for August will be a Browning BAR MKII rifle in .308 Win.

CVCC Equipment Raffle Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets are still available for the CVCC Equipment Raffle.  Contact your usual ticket seller, a board member or email equipmentraffle@coonvalleycc.com to get a ticket today before they are gone.

Raffle for Serious Sportsmen winner for June

 The Serious Sportsmen's prize for June was a Taurus Judge revolver, 45 LC/.410, and American tactical O/U shotgun, in .410 gauge.  The winner was Dan Shaha.


The prize for July is a Vortex Diamondback scope, Vortex Strike Eagle scope, a Vortex binoculars, and Vortex rangefinder.

Monthly Meeting Raffle for June

 The prize for the June monthly raffle was a Taurus G3C in 9mm with Holster.  The winner was Kevin Lueck.

Serious Sportsmens Raffle for May

 The prize for the Serious Sportsmens raffle for May was a Winchester 1885 single shot rifle in .222 Remington.  The winner was Joe Morey.


The prize for June will be a Taurus Judge revolver in 45 LC/.410 and an American Tactical O/U shotgun in .410 .

Monthly Meeting Raffle for May

 The prize for the May Monthly Meeting raffle was a Savage 93 bolt action in 22 Magnum.  The winner was Scott Hobson.

Military Rifle Shoot

Coon Valley Conservation Club

Military Rifle Shoot

Saturday, June 3, 2022

9:00 AM till 3:00 PM

S1005 Knudson Lane, Coon Valley, WI



Email Changes

 The email addresses for coonvalleycc.com (like email@...) are being switched to a new email provider.  During this transition there is a small chance for email messages to our coonvalleycc.com addresses to get lost.  This time period can be up to 48 hours as the new DNS records propagate across the internet(around the world).  Very important email messages should be held until Monday to be sure they will be delivered.

Exit Button Added to the Rear Shed Door


An exit button has been added to the rear shed door.  You can press the button then just push on the door and, without turning or unlocking the door knob, it will open.  It will automatically relock after a few seconds.  To return through the door you must either have card access for the shed door (separate rights from the range gate) or have a key.    The door knob on the door must stay locked to remain secure, so if you need to temporarily unlock it, be sure to re-lock it when you are done.



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