Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club
Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club


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Rifle Marksmanship Training Program

Rifle Marksmanship Training Program

New for 2019 is a four-part series of courses for Rifle Marksmanship Training. These training sessions will be held monthly at the Calgary Rifle and Pistol Club from January through until April. The intent of this training is to offer beginner and experienced rifle athletes alike, formal classroom as well as live fire instruction and coaching in a very hands-on structured environment. The focus will be on smallbore (.22 cal.) rifle shooting for prone, standing and kneeling positions. Whether you are just starting out and would like to learn the basics, or you have some experience and wish to improve your performance, then this training is for you.


Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club
1910 - 39 Avenue NE, Calgary, AB T2E 7Y9


Jan. 5th Safety Training, Introduction to Prone position basics.
Feb. 2nd
Safety & Prone Part II, plus Breathing, Trigger Control & Sight Alignment.
Mar. 2nd 
Safety & Prone review, plus Standing (offhand) position basics.
Apr. 6th
Safety, Prone & Standing review, plus Kneeling position basics.


Your own rifle (.22 cal. only) can be bolt action, semi-auto, lever or pump action with either peep sights or telescopic sights, in good working order. Ammunition – 3 boxes (150 rds. of .22). Ammo sales will not be available at the club. Spotting scopes, mats and targets will be provided, or you may use your own.


CRPC members $10.00, non-members $25.00 (includes daily fee for insurance coverage) payable at the class. Please bring exact change/cash – credit/debit card payment not available.


Handouts of topics covered will be provided.


Jeff Hunter, Certified Range Safety Officer, former National Rifle Team competitor.


Anyone over the age of 12, who has the strength, coordination and maturity to safely handle a firearm. Juniors between the ages of 12 – 18 must be accompanied at all times by a parent or guardian.


Doors open at 8:30 AM.
Courses will begin at 9:00 AM sharp and will run until approximately noon.
There may be additional time available for anyone wishing to stay a little longer for more training.


As classes will intentionally be kept small (max. of 8 people) so that personalized coaching may be provided, you are encouraged to register early either by email or telephone to:

Jeff Hunter,, (587) 700-7516



Earlier Event: February 26
2019 Annual General Meeting