Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club
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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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AHA 2018 Memorial Match
Nov
16
to Nov 18

AHA 2018 Memorial Match

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Alberta Handgun Association
2018 Memorial Match

To be held at the
Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club
Calgary, Alberta

November 16 - 18, 2018

Using Megalink Electronic Scoring,
this match features
10m Air Pistol
and is open to 10m Air Rifle

This match will includes a ISSF Mixed Gender Team Event.

Once over the course, shot in 3 relays.

Lunch will be provided for pre-registered athletes.
(Additional lunches for family members/team members are available
at additional cost and upon advance notice.)

Coaches are encouraged to notify the organizers of their attendance.

Friday: Open Practice 19h00 - 21h00
Saturday: Qualifier & Pistol Finals
Sunday: ISSF Mixed Gender Team Event

Relays on Saturday:
09h00
11h00
13h00

ISSF Mixed Gender Team Event on Sunday:
Air Pistol at 09h00

Registration information, schedule updates, squadding, and results will be available at
https://match-planning.com

Please address enquiries to:
info@albertahandgun.org

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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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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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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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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

 

 

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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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AHA 2017 Memorial Match
Nov
24
to Nov 26

AHA 2017 Memorial Match

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Alberta Handgun Association
2017 Memorial Match

To be held at the
Calgary Rifle & Pistol Club
Calgary, Alberta

November 24 - 26, 2017

Using Megalink Electronic Scoring, this
SFC cut/travel score eligible match, 
features both
10m Air Pistol & 10m Air Rifle

This match will introduce the new ISSF Mixed Gender Team Events,
which will make its debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Programme.

Once over the course, shot in 3 relays.

Lunch will be provided for pre-registered athletes.
(Additional lunches for family members/team members are available
at additional cost and upon advance notice.)

Coaches are encouraged to notify the organizers of their attendance.

Friday: Open Practice 19h00 - 21h00
Saturday: Qualifier & Finals
Sunday: ISSF Mixed Gender Team Events

Relays on Saturday:
09h00 (mixed men & women)
11h00 (mixed men & women)
13h00 (women)

ISSF Mixed Gender Team Events on Sunday:
Air Pistol at 09h00
Air Rifle at 13h00

Registration information will be available at
https://match-planning.com

Please address enquiries to:
info@albertahandgun.org

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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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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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Canadian Firearms Safety Course (PAL/RPAL)
Jul
29
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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