Langley Rod and Gun Club
"Serving Shooting Sports since 1946"

Welcome to the LRGC Website! 

This home page will have the most current notices and information
for new and existing members! New members welcome!
ck on Membership Tab above to sign-up online!)

If you are looking for our current range schedule and shoot fees,
go to near the bottom of this homepage!

LRGC Website Calendar is ACTIVE!

Click on the "Calendar" tab above to view.

Please check the calendar and the notices below before you come
to be aware of recent schedule changes or closures.

We are trying hard to keep you informed - please do your part! 

The club office and outdoor ranges are now open 
Summer hours April 1 - Sept 30, 2022. 
The LRGC will go to Winter hours on Oct 1, 2022. 

See calendar or range schedules at bottom of this home page. 
(Last squad out 20 minutes prior to closing)

Potential New Members looking for club info: 
Download the latest club brochure here:

Club Brochure PDF Format




EMAIL OR CALL the office at (604) 534-3525


BCTA Winter Trap League 

The schedule for the BCTA Winter Trap League
is now available - please see attached poster.

BCTA WTL Poster.pdf

LRGC/BCTA WTL Shoot is scheduled for Sunday Nov 13, 10 am start

There will be a trap shooting clinic scheduled in early November -
note that the date and details are still pending.

The clinic is free to attend however the participants will need to pre-pay for the following week’s BCTA WTL event in order to attend. Details can be found here:  

2022 Winter League Clinic - British Columbia Trapshooting Association (  
Any questions can be directed by email to or to


Attention LRGC Members: 

Thanks to all that volunteered and attended the LRGC Family Fun Day on Sunday, Sept 11.  It was a great day for our visitors and members - and the club greatly appreciates the willingness of our volunteers to provide the stations to allow our guests to participate in a variety of shooting activities!  Thanks also to those that provided the excellent food, set-up and take-down for the event.  

Your LRGC Board


Attention LRGC Members: 

The LRGC Meat Shoot Schedule (starting Oct 16, 2022) is now available:
Download the file here: Meat Shoot Schedule 2022-2023

Come out and try your shooting skills to win some Meat Prizes!


Attention All Members and Guests:

Notices: Effective July 1, 2022:

1) The LRGC office and outdoor shotgun ranges will again be closed on Thursdays. (Note: Attendance was insufficient to support this added day of range opening.) 

2) The LRGC will withdraw from the multi-range reciprocal agreement for shotgun range use. Thus ALL non-member guests will be required to pay the drop-in/day pass fee ($20) to use the LRGC facilities. 

LRGC - Junior Rifle Program - Schedule Updated 

Due to the reduced turnout for the Junior Rifle Program on Thursdays from
6:00 - 7:00 pm over the summer, the current schedule is being changed.

Note that sessions will now run every second Thursday in
August and  September. Please see the LRGC calendar for dates. 

Bring your junior LRGC member out to shoot 22 cal. rifle with us! It is free as the club provides both the rifles and limited ammo.  You only need to provide ear and eye protection for all family members that attend the range. Please register online and read the event description so you will know how things are working during this still active COVID period.  

Hope to see your junior shooter on the firing line! 

Your LRGC Range Officers


Attention all Members - as of Friday March 11:  

BC Health has removed the mask mandate for ALL INDOOR spaces where people gather or interact - effective Friday March 11

For the LRGC, this means that anyone entering the clubhouse, washrooms
and/or using the indoor range is no longer required to wear a mask. 
Persons that are immune compromised or that feel more comfortable doing so
are encouraged to still wear a mask. 
Please respect the personal choice of any member. 

Continuing to maintain social distancing and sanitizing /washing your hands frequently is still recommended to reduce the transmission of Covid-19.

Thank you for your cooperation! 
The LRGC Board


Attention All LRGC Members:

Thanks to all that attended the LRGC Annual General Meeting on 
Wednesday, Feb 9, 2022. 

Also, the LRGC Annual Awards Banquet (normally held in Feb.)
will not be held again this year due to BC Health restrictions.

We would like to congratulate our award winners (see link: LRGC Awards Registry)
and thank all those members that took the time to come out to support the club and the trophy shoots. These were good shoots enjoyed by all! 

(The trophies, once engraved, will remain on display at the club. The winners will be contacted when their certificates are available for pick-up at the LRGC office.)   


Attention Archery Shooters:

Please see the “Archery” page on the LRGC website for more details on the indoor range archery program. Click on the archery page tab or link below for more detailed information
and ongoing program updates. 

Link to LRGC Archery website page: LRGC Archery


Attention Trap Shooters:

PITA 2022-2023 Multiplex Schedule is now available:
Schedule/Poster: PITA Multiplex Poster

The next PITA Multiplex shoot is on:
Sat., Oct. 8, 11:00 am start


Attention All Skeet Shooters:

The LRGC and BC 2022 Skeet Shoot Schedules are available!

Download the full LRGC 2022 schedule - click here

Download the full BC (VI/Mainland) Skeet Schedule - click here:
(Note: BC Provincial Shoot venue subject to change)

Next LRGC Skeet Event:
 TBA - None scheduled
NOTE: Registration is now required for these shoots! 

 Cut-off date for registration for all skeet shoots,
(including the club skeet shoot), will be at 4:00 pm on the Wednesday 
just prior to the shoot date


Attention All Indoor Shooters and Range Officers

Due to recent BC Health restriction changes,
the indoor range rules and procedures have changed! 

Procedures: Last Revised March 11 - please read! 

All indoor shooters:  Masks are no longer required - but may be worn if by personal choice.  Our disinfecting system will continue to be used, plus social distancing and personal disinfecting should continue. 

New Shooters to the indoor range:  You may not attend UNTIL you have completed/passed your MANDATORY New Shooter Orientation Session. Once you are a member - please go to the website calendar and find an upcoming Saturday with a "New Shooter" Orientation Session (usually at 10 or 11 am) and fully READ the event description, then follow the instructions. 

Members + eligible guests: Saturdays only - maximum 10 spots on the line.  Reservations are no longer required.  First come-first served.  Payment online or by shoot card in the range only. Junior members can accompany an adult member and must be supervised.   

No non-member/public drop-in, no new shooters in the club regular sessions. 
(New shooters must attend an orientation prior to attending regular sessions - see special sessions for you.) 
Shooters must have filled out and submitted a Shooter's Agreement previously.

Non-member guests of members will be permitted on Saturdays only. Please download and follow the procedures for LRGC member sponsoring of guests: 

LRGC Bulletin/Procedure: Bringing guests to the indoor range 

Note: Go to the LRGC website calendar and click on the date to see available New Shooter Orientation (NSO) sessions. Follow all procedures in the description. 

All shooters that have recently completed their orientation and are now first time shooters in the range must identify themselves to the Range Officer on duty. 

The indoor range sessions have changed back to extended sessions (e.g. 2 hours) and reservations are no longer required. Members may arrive/attend at any point in time within the session and leave as desired up to the session end time.  Spots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Note: 22 cal or air rifle shooting is permitted from benches. Air pistol also allowed - use target stands for 10 m shooting.  Don't forget your ear and eye protection! 

Current typical new session times: (These can change - see calendar)

9 - 11 am Monday, 7 - 9 pm Monday,
10 - 12 pm Wednesday, and 10 - 12 pm (or 1 pm) Saturday

Please see LRGC calendar for available sessions.  It is your responsibility to check the calendar to ensure a session is available before attending. 

Member Payment Methods:  (Note: no currency will be handled on-site)

1) Payment online through PayPal: Use the online payment system and bring "paid invoice" to session by paper or digital copy.  As reservations will no longer be required or spots held for you - this is for convenience of credit payments only for those not wanting to use shoot cards. 

2) Payment by LRGC shoot card at session: You do not need to reserve online.  Have the RO punch your shoot card in the range.
Note: Pre-purchase member shoot cards only at LRGC office when it is open. Please pre-purchase targets there as well or bring your own. 

Non-member Guest Payment Methods: 

Payments accepted at the LRGC office only
(Note: Members cannot use member-only benefit shoot cards to pay for non-members).

Junior 22 cal Rifle Program has returned to the Indoor Range on Thursdays - 6:00 to 7:00 pm.

This is for Junior Members only and is free for them to attend. A junior member may reserve a spot by going to the calendar and registering.  

Contact with any questions. 


Firearm News: Attention LRGC Members:
New Government Attacks on
Legal Firearm Owners and Businesses

Recent action being taken by the Liberals/NDP without justification or debate: 

1) The introduction of Bill C21 - designed to eliminate all ability for legal firearm owners or businesses to acquire, sell or transfer any restricted firearms currently in their possession, and to force confiscation of this personal property by the government upon death (no compensation offered - i.e. constituting theft).
This legislation is scheduled to be implemented within 10 days of Parliament returning in the fall (i.e. on Sept 17).  

2) The introduction of an OIC which will ban all restricted firearm importation
into Canada effective Aug 19, 2022.  

As neither of these actions will affect ANY criminal activity, such as gun smuggling and the use of firearms in violent crimes, the ONLY people affected and clearly targeted by these actions are legal/licensed sport shooters!  

As no one will be allowed to acquire a restricted firearm come Sept 2022, the ability of a new shooter to get a restricted license will be totally eliminated, putting many shooting clubs (including the LRGC) at severe financial risk as a large percentage of the club's funding comes from these sport shooters!

If you are a non-restricted firearm owner and believe this will not affect you - guess again! Because some clubs may soon disappear (a clear goal of these actions), or at best case - need to raise your membership rates even higher to compensate for the significant financial losses due these new government actions! 

Don't think for a minute that they won't come for the non-restricted firearms next! 

See video from the Toronto Sun discussing the Liberal attacks on sport shooters: 

From Liberal Election website: 

Attention LRGC Members:
New Liberal Election Platform

From Liberal Election website:

A re-elected Liberal government will:

  • Toughen our laws on banned assault weapons by making it mandatory for owners to either sell the firearm back to the government for destruction and fair compensation or have it rendered fully and permanently inoperable at government expense.
  • Crack down on high-capacity magazines and require that long gun magazines capable of holding more than 5 rounds be permanently altered so that they can never hold more than 5 rounds
  • Ban the sale or transfer of magazines that could hold more than a legal number of bullets, regardless of how they were intended to be used by the manufacturer.
  • Set aside a minimum of $1 billion to support provinces or territories who implement a ban on handguns across their jurisdiction, to keep our cities and communities safe.

We would also continue to combat gender-based violence and fight gun smuggling with measures we have introduced such as:

  • Lifetime background checks to prevent those with a history of abuse against their spouse or partner from obtaining a firearms license.
  • "Red flag” laws that would allow immediate removal of firearms if that person is a threat to themselves or others, particularly to their spouse or partner.
  • Increased maximum penalties for firearms trafficking and smuggling from 10 to 14 years imprisonment.
  • Enhancing the capacity of the RCMP and the Canada Border Services Agency to combat the illegal importation of firearms.
Wrt how this will affect ONLY Canadians who participate in the shooting sports (as of course - criminals do not care or obey laws) -  please see the following videos: 

Calibre Magazine:

Runkle of the Bailey:


Firearm News - New Information - Updated May 4 2022:

Portions of Bill C-71 are now in force
What you need to know | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Bill C-71 Restrictions Start This Month on Buying/Selling ‘Non-Restricted’ Guns

SourceCanada Gun News: Week of 2022 May 02

05 May 2022 — The Canadian government will start enforcing new restrictions on government-licensed gun owners this month, as the governing Liberal Party continues its political and regulatory attacks against hunters, sport shooters and firearm collectors. 


  • The regulations stem from Bill C-71, a law the Liberals passed in 2019.
  • The measures take effect on May 18, according to an Orders in Council dated 29 April and published online today.
  • They apply only to government-licensed firearm users and businesses.
  • The restrictions include:
    1. “Non-Restricted” Firearm Transfers: It will be a crime for any licensed gun owner to buy, sell or give away any “Non-Restricted” rifle or shotgun without explicit permission for the transfer from the Registrar of Firearms in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Canadian Firearms Program.
      • It will require contacting the RCMP to request a reference number for the transaction.
      • It applies even to all license holders, include a spouse who wants to give a rifle or shotgun to their spouse, or a parent who wants to give a rifle or shotgun to their child.
    2. Gun Store Registry: Gun stores will be required to store the personal details of licensed buyers of “Non-Restricted” rifles and shotguns for 20 years, in a violation of personal privacy.
  • Other restrictions also kick in, but those are the biggies for most PAL holders and businesses (in my opinion).

FYI - To owners of Restricted and Prohibited Firearms

ATTs are now required for virtually all firearm transport except for:

to and from range and home after purchase.

See link:  RCMP - What you need to know about Bill C71

See Link: New Information regarding Bill C71


Firearm News - Updated March 22 2022


In the meantime - the government is spending millions trying to get a plan together to do what they illegitimately call a "mandatory buyback", which is now projected to cost multiple BILLIONS of $$$, that would be better spent on policing and border security!!  (This is simply a case of - blame the tool - not the user to grab political gain. The government is using public ignorance and bold-faced lies to "pretend" to solve a criminal/gang problem by going after legal firearm owners in order to acquire votes.)  

Their problem is that no one educated about the actually gun crime issue (not the police, nor the military, nor gun-shop owners, etc.) wants anything to do with the "confiscation" of these legally-owned firearms since they do not agree with the underlying premise that this tyrannical OIC (which is a total waste of taxpayer $$$)  will have any effect on public safety - i.e. the fact-proven false-narrative that the Liberal government continues to feed to the unknowing public via mainstream-media propaganda ads and ignorant political speeches by Trudeau and the new Public Safety Minister! 

If you want to support the efforts to stop this solely "politically-motivated" and dictatorial confiscation of personal property, please join the CCFR, CSSA, and/or NFA and give generously to the legal fights directed towards taking away our rights to NOT have our personal property CONFISCATED for political reasons. 

Please read and watch the videos at the links provided below. This fight is not over and we need all firearm owners to do their part to help save our firearms! 
Clearly if the government gets these identified hunting and sporting firearms -
they will be back for all the rest as well! 

If yours aren't on the list now (they may be already as the RCMP keeps adding firearms without proper oversight - check the list at the link below) they will likely be soon as the Public Safety Minister is again already stating that another OIC is likely to come very soon, identifying even MORE restricted and unrestricted hunting and sporting firearms! 

Have you been following the CCFR's efforts on your behalf to counter the Liberal and RCMP Initiatives to BAN your legally-acquired firearms? 

If not, you should be! It is your property - and if they have not gotten to your firearms specifically - it won't be long until they do! They are already banning shotguns, hunting rifles and even simple 22 cal sporting rifles - as the types on the prohibited list which were added after May 1 were numerous (updated continuously with last update in Dec 2021 - see link: This prohibited list continues to grow without oversight of any kind.  There is still also the unresolved question if the government intends on ANY compensation for these firearms as the government is showing little interest in resolving this question before the two year amnesty period is up on April 30 2022)! 

Any of your firearms could be on the list (see list) - making you an immediate criminal (as the 2 year amnesty promised by the Liberals does not apply to owners of these added firearms) - and you would not necessarily know it as many were unrestricted previously! (A current CSSA legal opinion is that nearly all 12 gauge removable choked firearms are still currently prohibited based on the current legal definition as stated in the OIC!)   

Information on the RCMP website and statements (mostly lies) by the Public Safety Minister have changed repeatedly without notice - and without discussion or reason, usually to the deficit of the licensed firearm owner. It is difficult to trust that any statements made (written or verbal) will not change or disappear if the Liberals want them to - so confidence is low with respect to our expectation of government fairness wrt our property or person. The RCMP and Minister Blair (and now the new Minister) have been provided with dictatorial powers by Trudeau's Liberals with the goal of removing all firearms from civilians in the long term. This is evidenced by the types of firearms being listed for prohibition - which has continued to increase after May 1st without legitimate criteria other than to virtue signal to obtain the votes of the uneducated public. 

Note that the Liberals have started initiating the content of Bill C71 (which will affect firearm storage and transport requirements) while they are currently trying to push through C21 and C22 which will harass handgun and air-soft pistol owners (C21) while giving reduced sentences to criminals charged with gun crimes (C22). While these bills were killed by the Oct 2021 election process - expect to see them brought forward again in the future. 

Check out the excellent videos, podcasts and other educational materials created by the CCFR available at: CCFR YouTube Channel.  You can also obtain updates to the CCFR/Government legal fight on your behalf and other information at this link. 

Here are the YouTube links to the excellent series "Gun Ban Canada - Exposed" which highlight the details of these Liberal initiatives which were falsely promoted as to "enhance public safety", and expose the lies told by the Liberal government which are being used to justify their irresponsible action on May 1, 2020 and beyond to the uninformed Canadian.  It is OUR/YOUR JOB as a firearm owner to share these videos with these uninformed Canadians to educate them. These videos will reveal to them the fallacy being thrust upon all Canadians by this Liberal government. Please do your part!

Currently it is planned that the CCFR will create a seven part series, of which six are currently available at the links below:  

1) Gun Ban Canada - Exposed; Episode 1 - Is It Really About Public Safety?

2) Gun Ban Canada - Exposed; Episode 2 - Where Do Crime Guns Come From?

3) Gun Ban Canada - Exposed; Episode 3 - Do More Guns Equal More Death?

4) Gun Ban Canada - Exposed; Episode 4 - Common Sense Gun Laws

5) Gun Ban Canada - Exposed; Episode 5 - Why Would Anyone Need a Gun?

6) Gun Ban Canada - Exposed; Episode 6 - Our System is Broken

7) Gun Ban Canada - Exposed: Episode 7 - Series Finale

The CCFR is working hard to support you as a responsible firearm owner whom the Liberal government is demonizing. If you are not currently a member - please join, and also support the legal action by donating NOW!.  Go to the CCFR website to signup or donate: CCFR Website


  LRGC Range Notices!

Outdoor Range Schedule Changes:

(See Office and Range schedules below)
(Last shotgun squad out 20 minutes prior to closing)

Outdoor Range Closures:  
1) Skeet Range #1 will be closed to skeet shooting on selected

Sundays whenever 5-Stand Sporting Clays is running. 
Skeet Range #2 will remain open.

     2) Skeet Range #1 will be closed to skeet shooting on
both ITSL Shoot days and on PITA shoot days
while Trap Doubles is running on Trap #4.  
This skeet range closure will be all day on major shoot days and typically 
start about 1 hour or so after a PITA Multiplex start time. 
Skeet Range #2 will remain open.
(Note: A practice trap range will be available for trap shooters
not participating in the ITSL shoot or PITA Multiplex). 

3) Both skeet ranges will be closed to non-registered member shooting for
all NSSA events. All trap ranges to remain open.

Indoor Range Closures:

Attention all indoor shooters:

The indoor range is open for member + guest shooting - see calendar for times! 
New Indoor Range Rules posted at the top of this homepage. 

New members: You must have already attended a New Shooter's Session BEFORE you can reserve a spot on the indoor range. See calendar for available sessions.    

General notice: Due to kitchen and hall use - 
the indoor range will be closed whenever:

1) The ITSL is shooting at the LRGC (not active in 2022)

2) There is a 3 or 4 day PITA or BC Provincial shotgun event. 

Indoor Range Schedule Changes:

       NEW!! All previous shooting session times have changed -
please see the LRGC calendar:


"Junior Sign-Up" Promotion!
Started March 1, 2017   
If you are under 18, the normal membership fee of $62.50+GST 
is now being waived! 
Pay only the required insurance fee and become a Junior LRGC Member
(this is $50 first year and $25 each renewal year)
(Note: This promotion does not apply to Family memberships as
juniors in bundles are already free!)
1) Keep your PAL up-to-date! (renewals can take up to 9 months!)
2) Keep your LRGC membership current!

Membership Renewal

Please note that your membership renewal payment is due by your individual renewal date -
which is the anniversary date of your membership. 

This date can be found on the front of your membership card under the bar code
- or in your member file.



(Note: We will go back to Winter hours on Oct 1)

OFFICE HOURS: (Phone: 604 534 3525)
Closed:   Monday, Tuesday, Thursday (Effective starting July 1,2022) 
Open:               Wednesday:    11:00 am – 4:30 pm
                                 Friday:    11:00 am – 4:30 pm  (also Thursdays up to July 1, 2022)
Saturday & Sunday:    10:00 am – 4:30 pm

Trap & Skeet - Summer Hours  April 1 - Sept 30

   Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (after July 1, 2022)
     Wednesday:     11:00 am – 7:30 pm 
     11:00 am – 4:30 pm   (also Thursdays up to July1, 2022)          
   Saturday & Sunday:    10:00 am – 4:30 pm

Trap & Skeet - Winter Hours  Oct 1 - Mar 31
   Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 
  Wednesday & Friday:    11:00 am – 4:00 pm               
              Saturday & Sunday:    10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Note: Last squad out 20 minutes prior to finish time.
Drop-in skeet Wed and Fri. 12:00 – 2:00 pm
5-Stand TBD - see calendar!
  (None currently scheduled)   

Session fees (for Adult Members - for Juniors see attached file): 
Indoor (pistol/rifle): $8.00 per session (tax incl.) - $8.50 if paid online. 
Outdoor Range shoot fee (skeet/trap/5-Stand):  $8.00 per round of 25 targets (tax incl.)
Fees for Non-Members: 
Drop-in charge of $20/day (insurance/day pass) + shoot fees as listed above  
(Note that the drop-in charge is waived for outdoor shotgun only and for members of clubs with a reciprocal agreement with the LRGC, which includes: Mission, Abbotsford, Ridgedale, and Pitt Meadows clubs only. Proof of current membership in the reciprocal club is required to waive this fee. Note that this reciprocal agreement will end on July 1, 2022 and thus ALL non-members will be required to pay the insurance/day pass fee).   

 Typical Weekly Indoor Range Schedule 
Normally available indoor session times are listed,
however these may vary due to holidays and special events.

Please see club calendar for current indoor range shooting sessions BEFORE YOU COME!

Centre-fire Handgun

(see Calendar for session times)

Monday:        9:00 am to 11:00 am 
Monday:        7:00 pm to   9:00 pm
Wednesday:  10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Saturday:      10:00 noon to 12:00 pm

(Note:  Maximum .45 cal ACP,  no magnum or high energy loads,  i.e. no .22 cal magnum, .17 HMR, Tokarov 7.62x25mm, or +P loads, etc). Also, all ammunition must be clearly documented  for range officer review  or will not be allowed.  
Prohibited Ammunition info:
Prohibited Ammo info.pdf

Adult .22 Rifle


.22 Handgun only

(shoot in Handgun sessions)

Adult .22 cal rifle (from the bench) and 22 cal pistol shooting is allowed at all above Centrefire Handgun sessions in addition to the following .22 cal rifle and .22 cal handgun only sessions listed below:  

( .22 cal magnum loads NOT allowed)

Junior 22 cal Rifle 
(sessions now open - reserve online)

These sessions running - book online! Summer schedule - every other week.
See calendar for dates. 

Thursday:     6:00 pm to 7:00 pm   (22 cal)

Air Pistol

(sessions open)

Monday:      5:15 pm to 6:30 pm 

Fast Draw
(sessions open)

Friday:         7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Indoor Archery

(sessions open)

Outdoor Archery

(see Archery webpage for details on both ranges)

Sunday:        5:00 pm to 7:00 pm 

Outdoor Range: 
Annual Range Pass allows members access 7 days/9 am to dusk for outdoor archery range.  Contact Andy Plumridge regarding outdoor range pass at:

Special Notes

1)    Due to the limitation of our RCMP range approval, only .22 cal non-magnum rifles are allowed.

2)    Centrefire handguns are allowed but magnum and other high energy loads are prohibited.

3)    The club reserves the right to change any of the above without notice.  If you have any questions please check with the office at 604-534-3525 or our website at

4)    The ranges can be closed periodically due to special events or maintenance.  Please check with the office or the website home page and/or calendar at for the latest information.

5)     All persons entering any active range must wear ear and eye protection. All indoor shooters must complete a range orientation and all shooters must sign the "Shooters Agreement" (Indoor and/or Outdoor) on their first visit.

General Meetings

 2nd  Wednesday of February - Annual General Meeting  
 2nd Wednesday of June & November
 1st  Wednesday of Dec (Boxing Day Planning Meeting)
(Start time of General meetings - 7:30 pm  
 AGM start time - 7:00 pm)

Board Meetings

 4th Wednesday of each month excluding December
(Start time of Board meetings - 7:30 pm)

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Upcoming Club Events!

27 Sep 2022 12:00 AM • Office, Trap and Skeet Ranges Closed
27 Sep 2022 6:30 PM • Indoor range
28 Sep 2022 10:00 AM • Indoor Range
28 Sep 2022 11:00 AM • Outdoor Range

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