Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club
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Rifle Marksmanship Training Program
Jan
5
9:00 AM09:00

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.

PLACE

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

DATES

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.

WHAT TO BRING

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.

COST PER SESSION

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.

CLASS MATERIAL

Handouts of topics covered will be provided.

INSTRUCTOR

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

ELIGIBILITY

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.

SCHEDULE

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.

REGISTRATION

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, hunterwj@shaw.ca, (587) 700-7516

 

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Club Pistol Championships
Jan
19
to Jan 20

Club Pistol Championships

Annual Club Pistol Championships

All club pistol shooters welcome!

Saturday: 09h00
(Morning)

Senior Air Pistol - 60 shots
.22 ISSF Standard Pistol - 600
NRA .22 - 600

Sunday: 13h00
(Afternoon)

ISSF Center Fire - 600
NRA Center Fire - 600

 

Free for Club Members

Non-members: $10 per event + $10 Registration & Range fee (Pkg rate: $50)

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Rifle Marksmanship Training Program
Feb
2
9:00 AM09:00

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.

PLACE

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

DATES

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.

WHAT TO BRING

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.

COST PER SESSION

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.

CLASS MATERIAL

Handouts of topics covered will be provided.

INSTRUCTOR

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

ELIGIBILITY

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.

SCHEDULE

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.

REGISTRATION

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, hunterwj@shaw.ca, (587) 700-7516

 

 

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Rifle Marksmanship Training Program
Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

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.

PLACE

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

DATES

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.

WHAT TO BRING

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.

COST PER SESSION

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.

CLASS MATERIAL

Handouts of topics covered will be provided.

INSTRUCTOR

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

ELIGIBILITY

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.

SCHEDULE

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.

REGISTRATION

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, hunterwj@shaw.ca, (587) 700-7516

 

 

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Rifle Marksmanship Training Program
Apr
6
9:00 AM09:00

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.

PLACE

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

DATES

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.

WHAT TO BRING

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.

COST PER SESSION

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.

CLASS MATERIAL

Handouts of topics covered will be provided.

INSTRUCTOR

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

ELIGIBILITY

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.

SCHEDULE

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.

REGISTRATION

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, hunterwj@shaw.ca, (587) 700-7516

 

 

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Christmas Turkey Shoot
Dec
15
10:00 AM10:00

Christmas Turkey Shoot

Christmas Turkey Shoot

Try your luck!

Win a turkey for that Thanksgiving meal
(and perhaps a pan to cook it in!)

Saturday, December 15, 2018
10 am - noon

(or until prizes run out)

Special Juniors Relay

Camaraderie!
Coffee!
Confections!

We supply the guns, targets & ammo
... You bring the luck!

No Turkeys, real or imaginary, will be harmed at this event.

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Ladies Learn to Shoot
Dec
9
1:30 PM13:30

Ladies Learn to Shoot

This ladies only program is intended to introduce new participants to the shooting sports.

Catering to non-members from the general public, we hope to bring in adults and juniors to learn to shoot rifle and pistol. Our goal is to teach the joy of shooting as a recreational sport.

Come and meet our Olympic athlete: Lynda Kiejko

The program will be single days of 3 hours in length.

Individuals will learn to shoot air guns and .22 calibre. 

Cost is $25 per person (paid in advance).

There are no refunds but we will offer you a spot in a future course if you cancel more than 24 hours before the course.  

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Dec
1
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

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Couples Learn to Shoot
Nov
24
1:30 PM13:30

Couples Learn to Shoot

Ladies attending the Ladies Learn to Shoot program have asked for a program where they could come with their spouse….so here it is.

This program is intended to introduce new participants to the shooting sports.  You don’t need to be a member to attend this course.  Our goal is to teach the joy of shooting as a recreational sport.

The program is one session of 3 hours in length.

Individuals will receive safety instruction and learn to shoot air guns and .22 calibre pistols and rifles.  

Cost is $25 per person (paid in advance).

There are no refunds but we will offer you a spot in a future course if you cancel more than 24 hours before the course.  

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Nov
10
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

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Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot
Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot

Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot

Try your luck!

Win a turkey for that Thanksgiving meal
(and perhaps a pan to cook it in!)

Saturday October 6th, 2018
10 am - noon

(or until prizes run out)

This event is for members and their guests.

Special Juniors Relay

Camaraderie!
Coffee!
Confections!

We supply the guns, targets & ammo
... You bring the luck!

No Turkeys, real or imaginary, will be harmed at this event.

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Aug
25
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Jul
28
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

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AFSS Range Safety Officer Course - Public
Apr
22
2:00 PM14:00

AFSS Range Safety Officer Course - Public

This is DAY 2 of the course.

The Firearms Act requires that every range have safety officers in place to operate.
This is an Alberta Federation of Shooting Sports certified Range Safety Officer course.

Please contact the AFSS: 1 (780) 415-1775 or afss@abshooters.org  to pre-register.

The range WILL be open to members in the morning on the usual schedule.

 

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Smallbore Rifle Match
Apr
7
9:00 AM09:00

Smallbore Rifle Match

The Calgary Rifle and Pistol Club is pleased to invite you to our series of indoor Rifle matches starting in January 2018.  The intent of these matches is to provide an opportunity for smallbore rifle shooters to participate in regularly scheduled competitions. The entry fees have been kept to an absolute minimum and therefore, there will be no prizes other than bragging rights.

The course of fire will be 2 X 60 shot matches fired from the prone position at 25m.  The first match will be 60 shots with Iron Sights, and the second match will be 60 shots with Any Sights, meaning scopes may be used, or you may stick with iron sights – your choice.

  • Iron Sights start at 9:00 a.m. sharp, with Any Sights match starting at 10:30 a.m.
  • Time limit of 1 hour, 15 minutes per match, for three targets.
  • 2 shots per scoring bull (20 shots per target), unlimited sighting shots.
  • ISSF/SFC rules apply.
  • Competitor scoring to be used – please bring scoring towers etc.
  • These are not SFC registered matches.  Scores to be posted at CRPC and ASRA website.
  • Match Rifle, Sporting Rifle or Hunting Rifle may be used.
  • Cost is $10.00 for CRPC members for the two matches (please bring exact change).
  •  Non-CRPC members to pay $20.00 fee to cover insurance (please bring exact change).
  • Recommended that you are a 2018 ASRA member - please support Smallbore Rifle in Alberta.
  • Please note that Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) are required – Weed Eater line works well.  This is both a CRPC as well as an ISSF rule.  Call me for more info, if required.

Although these are prone matches, we will accommodate anyone wishing to shoot 3-Position.

PLEAE NOTE:  As range space is limited to one relay, we would ask that you call or email to reserve a spot as we anticipate a good turnout this season. 

Smallbore Rifle Match Dates are:
January 6th
February 3rd
March 3rd
April 7th

For additional info or to reserve your position, contact Jeff at (403) 238-2651 or via email, hunterwj@shaw.ca.

 

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Ladies Learn to Shoot
Mar
24
1:30 PM13:30

Ladies Learn to Shoot

This ladies only program is intended to introduce new participants to the shooting sports.

Catering to non-members from the general public, we hope to bring in adults and juniors to learn to shoot rifle and pistol. Our goal is to teach the joy of shooting as a recreational sport.

Come and meet our Olympic athlete: Lynda Kiejko

The program will be single days of 3 hours in length.

Individuals will learn to shoot air guns and .22 calibre. 

Cost is $25 per person (paid in advance).

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

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Smallbore Rifle Match
Mar
3
9:00 AM09:00

Smallbore Rifle Match

The Calgary Rifle and Pistol Club is pleased to invite you to our series of indoor Rifle matches starting in January 2018.  The intent of these matches is to provide an opportunity for smallbore rifle shooters to participate in regularly scheduled competitions. The entry fees have been kept to an absolute minimum and therefore, there will be no prizes other than bragging rights.

The course of fire will be 2 X 60 shot matches fired from the prone position at 25m.  The first match will be 60 shots with Iron Sights, and the second match will be 60 shots with Any Sights, meaning scopes may be used, or you may stick with iron sights – your choice.

  • Iron Sights start at 9:00 a.m. sharp, with Any Sights match starting at 10:30 a.m.
  • Time limit of 1 hour, 15 minutes per match, for three targets.
  • 2 shots per scoring bull (20 shots per target), unlimited sighting shots.
  • ISSF/SFC rules apply.
  • Competitor scoring to be used – please bring scoring towers etc.
  • These are not SFC registered matches.  Scores to be posted at CRPC and ASRA website.
  • Match Rifle, Sporting Rifle or Hunting Rifle may be used.
  • Cost is $10.00 for CRPC members for the two matches (please bring exact change).
  •  Non-CRPC members to pay $20.00 fee to cover insurance (please bring exact change).
  • Recommended that you are a 2018 ASRA member - please support Smallbore Rifle in Alberta.
  • Please note that Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) are required – Weed Eater line works well.  This is both a CRPC as well as an ISSF rule.  Call me for more info, if required.

Although these are prone matches, we will accommodate anyone wishing to shoot 3-Position.

PLEAE NOTE:  As range space is limited to one relay, we would ask that you call or email to reserve a spot as we anticipate a good turnout this season. 

Smallbore Rifle Match Dates are:
January 6th
February 3rd
March 3rd
April 7th

For additional info or to reserve your position, contact Jeff at (403) 238-2651 or via email, hunterwj@shaw.ca.

 

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Ladies Learn to Shoot
Feb
24
1:30 PM13:30

Ladies Learn to Shoot

This ladies only program is intended to introduce new participants to the shooting sports.

Catering to non-members from the general public, we hope to bring in adults and juniors to learn to shoot rifle and pistol. Our goal is to teach the joy of shooting as a recreational sport.

Come and meet our Olympic athlete: Lynda Kiejko

The program will be single days of 3 hours in length.

Individuals will learn to shoot air guns and .22 calibre. 

Cost is $25 per person (paid in advance).

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Feb
10
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

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Smallbore Rifle Match
Feb
3
9:00 AM09:00

Smallbore Rifle Match

The Calgary Rifle and Pistol Club is pleased to invite you to our series of indoor Rifle matches starting in January 2018.  The intent of these matches is to provide an opportunity for smallbore rifle shooters to participate in regularly scheduled competitions. The entry fees have been kept to an absolute minimum and therefore, there will be no prizes other than bragging rights.

The course of fire will be 2 X 60 shot matches fired from the prone position at 25m.  The first match will be 60 shots with Iron Sights, and the second match will be 60 shots with Any Sights, meaning scopes may be used, or you may stick with iron sights – your choice.

  • Iron Sights start at 9:00 a.m. sharp, with Any Sights match starting at 10:30 a.m.
  • Time limit of 1 hour, 15 minutes per match, for three targets.
  • 2 shots per scoring bull (20 shots per target), unlimited sighting shots.
  • ISSF/SFC rules apply.
  • Competitor scoring to be used – please bring scoring towers etc.
  • These are not SFC registered matches.  Scores to be posted at CRPC and ASRA website.
  • Match Rifle, Sporting Rifle or Hunting Rifle may be used.
  • Cost is $10.00 for CRPC members for the two matches (please bring exact change).
  •  Non-CRPC members to pay $20.00 fee to cover insurance (please bring exact change).
  • Recommended that you are a 2018 ASRA member - please support Smallbore Rifle in Alberta.
  • Please note that Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) are required – Weed Eater line works well.  This is both a CRPC as well as an ISSF rule.  Call me for more info, if required.

Although these are prone matches, we will accommodate anyone wishing to shoot 3-Position.

PLEAE NOTE:  As range space is limited to one relay, we would ask that you call or email to reserve a spot as we anticipate a good turnout this season. 

Smallbore Rifle Match Dates are:
January 6th
February 3rd
March 3rd
April 7th

For additional info or to reserve your position, contact Jeff at (403) 238-2651 or via email, hunterwj@shaw.ca.

 

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Jan
20
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.

Course materials may be downloaded in advance by clicking on this link. (11.8MB)
Pre-registration and fee payment (via credit card) is now available
via phone @ +1 (403) 563-3900

 

 

View Event →
Smallbore Rifle Match
Jan
6
9:00 AM09:00

Smallbore Rifle Match

The Calgary Rifle and Pistol Club is pleased to invite you to our series of indoor Rifle matches starting in January 2018.  The intent of these matches is to provide an opportunity for smallbore rifle shooters to participate in regularly scheduled competitions. The entry fees have been kept to an absolute minimum and therefore, there will be no prizes other than bragging rights.

The course of fire will be 2 X 60 shot matches fired from the prone position at 25m.  The first match will be 60 shots with Iron Sights, and the second match will be 60 shots with Any Sights, meaning scopes may be used, or you may stick with iron sights – your choice.

  • Iron Sights start at 9:00 a.m. sharp, with Any Sights match starting at 10:30 a.m.
  • Time limit of 1 hour, 15 minutes per match, for three targets.
  • 2 shots per scoring bull (20 shots per target), unlimited sighting shots.
  • ISSF/SFC rules apply.
  • Competitor scoring to be used – please bring scoring towers etc.
  • These are not SFC registered matches.  Scores to be posted at CRPC and ASRA website.
  • Match Rifle, Sporting Rifle or Hunting Rifle may be used.
  • Cost is $10.00 for CRPC members for the two matches (please bring exact change).
  •  Non-CRPC members to pay $20.00 fee to cover insurance (please bring exact change).
  • Recommended that you are a 2018 ASRA member - please support Smallbore Rifle in Alberta.
  • Please note that Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) are required – Weed Eater line works well.  This is both a CRPC as well as an ISSF rule.  Call me for more info, if required.

Although these are prone matches, we will accommodate anyone wishing to shoot 3-Position.

PLEAE NOTE:  As range space is limited to one relay, we would ask that you call or email to reserve a spot as we anticipate a good turnout this season. 

Smallbore Rifle Match Dates are:
January 6th
February 3rd
March 3rd
April 7th

For additional info or to reserve your position, contact Jeff at (403) 238-2651 or via email, hunterwj@shaw.ca.

 

 

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Dec
16
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.
You will be given the CFSC book when you pay your fees.

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Ladies Learn to Shoot
Nov
18
10:00 AM10:00

Ladies Learn to Shoot

This ladies only program is intended to introduce new participants to the shooting sports.

Catering to non-members from the general public, we hope to bring in adults and juniors to learn to shoot rifle and pistol. Our goal is to teach the joy of shooting as a recreational sport.

Come and meet our Olympic athlete: Lynda Kiejko

The program will be single days of 4 hours in length.

Individuals will learn to shoot air guns, .22 calibre. 

Cost is $25 per person (paid in advance).

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Nov
4
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.
You will be given the CFSC book when you pay your fees.

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Oct
14
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.
You will be given the CFSC book when you pay your fees.

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Oct
8
1:00 PM13:00

Thanksgiving Super Weekend Garage Sale

Thanksgiving Super Weekend Day Two

CRPC Garage Sale

Sunday, October 8th,
1pm until 4pm

Bring any shooting related items to sell or trade
Ammo, Supplies, Guns, Books, etc...

Rent a table or browse and buy!

Find that special thing to bring home for your hobby/sport

Pre-registration required for a table
Sign up at the control desk

Only 20 table - limited space
Rent a half table for $10

Setup is from Noon until 1pm
(Setup or come and have a coffee)

Sunday range hours will close early, at noon, on this day.

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Ladies Learn to Shoot
Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

Ladies Learn to Shoot

This ladies only program is intended to introduce new participants to the shooting sports.

Catering to non-members from the general public, we hope to bring in adults and juniors to learn to shoot rifle and pistol. Our goal is to teach the joy of shooting as a recreational sport.

Come and meet our Olympic athlete: Lynda Kiejko

The program will be single days of 3 hours in length.

Individuals will learn to shoot air guns, .22 calibre and centre fire. 

Cost is $25 per person.

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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Aug
26
10:00 AM10:00

Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)

Canadian Federal Law stipulates that in order to purchase or possess firearms or ammunition a person must have a Possession and Acquisition License (PAL).  

To obtain a license for non-restricted firearms (normally rifles and shotguns used for hunting) applicants must pass the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) PAL exams, consisting of both a written test and a practical test.  

Effective June 18, 2015 under Bill C-42 (known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act), first time applicants can no longer only challenge the CFSC or the CRFSC without taking the full classroom course and passing the tests. 

Persons who wish to possess restricted firearms (normally handguns) must complete the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the exams related to that course.  That entitles application for a Restricted Possession and Acquisition License (RPAL).

Schedule:
Non-Restricted: Saturday - 10h00 Start
Restricted: Sunday - 13h00 Start

Fees (Paid in advance):
$175 – Non-Restricted Firearms
$300 – Both Non-Restricted Firearms + Restricted Firearms

Registration:
Please register in advance at the club desk.
(There will be NO registrations on the day of the course.)

There are no refunds, only rescheduling of course times.
You will be given the CFSC book when you pay your fees.

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