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!

Note that we are now on SUMMER HOURS as of April 1, 2021

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 through Sept 30 2021. 

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




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


The BC Health Restrictions are being lifted as of May 25 to allow outdoor events up to 50 people!
(But only for clubs with a Covid-19 safety plan in place as we do, so we still need to follow our current precautions -
i.e. maintain social distancing, masks, sanitizing etc.) ! 

Therefore, the PITA Shoots (Multi-Plex and 3-Day Summer shoots), NSSA, plus the club Trophy Shoots are now going
back on the calendar!

The next two PITA Multiplex shoots are: 

Wednesday, June 9   3:30 pm

Wednesday, July 7    3:30 pm 

Here is the downloadable program for the
SUMMER PITA Shoot in 2021 

PITA Summer Shoot: July 23 - 25, 2021   Summer Program

The LRGC Trophy Shoots are as follows:

Skeet Trophy Shoot, Saturday July 17  - 10 am start

Trap Trophy Shoot, Saturday July 31  - 11 am start

NSSA Shoots are as follows: 

NSSA Zone 8 Skeet Shoot, Fri - Sun August 13 - 15

Note: The new BC Health Plan is CONDITIONAL on vaccine immunization levels and infection rates and may change, so please confirm all events are still running before attending! 


due to BC Health COVID-19 Restrictions:

The LRGC Annual General Meeting scheduled for Wed., Feb 10 2021 was
to a future date yet to be determined. 

The LRGC Annual Awards Banquet scheduled for Feb 20 2021

Unfortunately the LRGC Indoor Trophy Matches were also
CANCELLED for the 2020 year
 due to BC Health restrictions. 

Thanks to all that participated in the 
LRGC Trap and Skeet Club Shoots! 

The 2019-2020 LRGC Awards Registry is available here.
2019-2020 LRGC Awards Registry Aug 16 2020.pdf

Trophies will be engraved and on display at the club.
Club certificate award winners will be contacted to
pick up their certificates at the office when available. 

Congrats to all our award winners!


Things are Changing!!

Attention all members:
The New BC Health Plan will allow events to be rescheduled onto the LRGC calendar in a staggered time dependent fashion.  Please look at the calendar to see what has been added according to the new rules.  We are doing our best to get back to "normal" operations, but it will be an incremental process and will require our club member volunteers to re-engage in the club operations!  

This includes "group events" held both outdoor and indoor, namely: 

Outdoor: All PITA Multiplex (trap), NSSA (skeet) and club group events
(e.g. Meat Shoots, etc.). 

Indoor: All Speed Plate, IDPA, WIPL, Fast Draw and club group events
(e.g. Club Indoor Trophy Matches, etc.).

(Note: Members who have pre-paid to attend now cancelled events
have been  contacted - check your email) 

This notice does not affect regular individual outdoor or indoor shooting sessions that remain on the LRGC calendar as these will continue to run. 

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this current situation!

Your LRGC Board


BC Health Rule for ALL Club Activities

Attention all members: 

To meet BC Health requirements:  

Masks are now mandatory, both indoors and outdoors,
for all club members and activities EXCEPT
when you are in the process of shooting (i.e. on the firing line).

Masks can be lowered or removed when you are on the
concrete pad (or at the firing line) and are in the process of shooting. Masks must
 be put back on after you are finished shooting, i.e. as soon as you walk off the pad
(or away from the firing line).  

Please provide your own mask.   

Working hard to keep everyone safe!

Your LRGC Board



The LRGC will continue to remain open for outdoor and indoor individual shooting activities that are still on the calendar. This includes outdoor trap and skeet, plus indoor rifle/handgun sessions (including individual New Shooter Orientation sessions). See calendar for these continuing activities.  

Please maintain COVID-19 rules currently in place to maintain safety -
i.e. hand sanitizing and social distancing when attending the club. 

Note that many activity groups have cancelled their regularly scheduled sessions
due to Covid-19 restrictions. However, some minimal, low occupant
training sessions may still be running.  See list below:

  • Air Pistol activity is still cancelled until further notice. 
  • Junior rifle activity is still cancelled until further notice.
  • Indoor archery activity is still cancelled until further notice.
  • Indoor specialty activity groups are scheduling new sessions (Fast Draw, IDPA, Speed Plate, etc.) so watch for notices. 
  • All 2021 Club Trophy Matches are now being rescheduled. 
  • Meat shoots will be rescheduled starting in the fall 2021. 
  • All PITA and NSSA shotgun shoots are being placed back onto the calendar. 
  • The International Trap & Skeet League will not be active in 2021. 

 Please check the calendar and/or contact the organizer
for your event before attending.

Stay safe!

Your LRGC Board


LRGC New Rules for Indoor Range Use
(Rules Revised  Aug 23, 2020

Download LRGC New Rules for the Indoor Range here: 
LRGC New Indoor Range Rules - Revised Aug 23 2020 

Dear LRGC Members:

The INDOOR range reopened to shooting on Saturday Aug 15 after a complete renovation / upgrade of our backstop. We now have AR500 armour plate behind the wood target wall. Thanks to all that contributed to this major project! 

BC Health requirements continue to restrict the numbers of shooters in the indoor range.
Social distancing and attention/compliance with COVID-19 infection risk precautions remain the major defense for our members - so please obey the rules (both BC Health and WorkSafeBC are monitoring). We have also built and regularly employ a UV-C/Ozone disinfecting system to kill all DNA-based material (which includes the corona virus) after our shooting sessions to further reduce the risk of infection within the indoor range. 

The indoor range rules are continuously being reviewed and modified to try to accommodate our members as best as both RCMP and BC Health requirements will allow.  The most recent changes are highlighted in the document provided below, with a summary of the major changes also provided below.  

Shooting will still be by online registration/reservation only and for eligible LRGC members only (i.e. no outside guests - except for special events). Anyone shooting indoors MUST have completed an indoor range orientation session and have a signed "Indoor Shooter's Agreement" on file in the office - no exceptions

Existing members:
You must also have previously signed a Shooter's Agreement and been "checked-out" by a Range Officer prior to reserving a spot. If not, you need to book and pass pass and orientation session as described below for new members. 

New members:  You must book, attend and pass a "New Special Indoor Shooter Orientation Session" in order to be eligible to register for a regular indoor shooting session. Look at the website calendar and find an open session - which are typically on Saturdays or Wednesdays when we can get volunteer range officers to conduct these special sessions.  Read and follow the description wrt to the required forms and equipment. Failing to do so may result in an "incomplete" and the need to repeat the orientation session. 

If you are unsure, read the rules to find out if you are eligible to reserve a spot! 

Only the posted sessions at times shown on the club calendar will be held and you must reserve a spot in advance.  (Note: Go to the calendar tab above and then click on the event to register. You must sign-in as a club member to be able to register for a session)

The major changes to the Indoor Rules (effective Aug 23 - and highlighted in file) are summarized here:

1) Online registrations can now be paid either online (via PayPal) as previous, or you can select "invoice me" and pay by LRGC shoot card in the range.  Please bring your invoice with you showing paid or unpaid! No cash will be accepted inside the range. Targets and shoot cards are available for purchase from the LRGC office when open. 

2) Session duration has been changed from 1.5 hrs + 15 min. prep time to 1.0 hr + 15 min. prep time.  This is a result of nearly all shooters leaving prior to one hour after starting.  Please note that as a result the session's start and end times have changed! 

3) Junior shooters may attend a shooting session with an adult shooter that resides with them.  

4) You may now register for up to two sessions per week. This is up from the previous one session per week. 

5) "New Shooter Orientation Sessions" are typically scheduled each month as demand requires to make our new members eligible to reserve a spot for indoor shooting. 

If you have questions or concerns - email: 

Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation while we tune our system and continually try to enhance its features for the benefit of our members! 


Your LRGC Board


 LRGC REVISED New Rules for Outdoor Ranges 
(Revised Thursday, June 25 2020)

Download LRGC REVISED New Outdoor Range Rules here:
LRGC New Outdoor Range Rules - Revised June 25 2020 

Dear club members, 

Well, the outdoor ranges continue to operate with good success.  As such, the Board reassessed the situation - and has implemented some modifications for the outdoor range operations as of Thursday, June 25 2020. 

These modifications are highlighted in the downloadable file above - and includes primarily the following:

* Permitting LRGC Members and their guests, reciprocal club members and non-member drop-in shooters to attend as of June 25 2020.  A maximum of 50 persons on the property is still a requirement of BC Health.  

The Board will continue to reassess the situation as things change, we learn more and are allowed to loosen restrictions.  

Hope you will enjoy getting back to the outdoor ranges! 

Your LRGC Board


Firearm News - June 3 2021

Federal Court Orders Liberals to Hand Over Evidence
for May 2020 Attacks

31 May 2021

Link to story at TheGunBlog: READ FULL STORY HERE — Canada’s Federal Court ordered the government to hand over all documents leading to its May 2020 political attacks against licensed gun owners and businesses, in a major procedural win for the teams fighting the crackdown.

30 Day Deadline

Associate Chief Justice Jocelyne Gagné gave the Attorney General of Canada (AGC) 30 days to turn in the evidence, she said in a decision dated May 27 and received by lawyers today.

The governing Liberal Party previously refused to share materials behind its 01 May 2020 Order in Council (OIC) criminalizing honest citizens and ordering them to surrender their suddenly blacklisted rifles and shotguns by April 2022.


Firearm News - May 5 2021 (Revised June 3 - Petition Info added)

  The RCMP and Trudeau Lied! 

Proof now exists that the RCMP kept a 
secret copy of the Long Gun Registry and 
has continued to use it! 

Your non-restricted firearms are STILL registered to YOU (even if you sold them) 
and this information is being distributed to the RCMP patrol officer. 

Sign the Petition below to get the government to actually do what they were required to do! 

Sign Petition E - 3388 here: SIGN PETITION

Link to explosive video interview of Lawyer Ed Burlew:

TEAM CSSA E-NEWS | May 4, 2021


RCMP's Secret Long Gun Registry:
What We Always Knew vs. What We Can Now Prove

On the one-year anniversary of the Liberal Government’s Gun Ban by Order in Council, it’s only fitting we uncover proof the RCMP lied to Parliament and kept a copy of the records from the failed Long Gun Registry.[i]

The problem is 95% of Canada’s 2.2 million licensed firearm owners still think the government’s firearm confiscation plans won’t affect them.

They couldn’t be more wrong!

On May 11, 1995, before the Standing Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs on Bill C-68, Heidi Rathjen said:

“We have an agenda and our task will be completed when all firearms have been prohibited, but as you can see, our position has been consistent over these five years and will not change.”[ii]

Their objective is clear ‘and will not change’.

Then firearm researcher, Dennis R. Young, uncovered the fact that Wendy Cukier, Heidi Rathjen and their friends at the Coalition for Gun Control helped Jean Chrétien’s Liberal government write the Firearms Act Regulations in 1996.[iii]

“Due to the availability of the CFO’s and the Coalition on Gun Control, the time frame will likely be extended.

-   Sept 12 – 13 meet Coalition on Gun Control (copies of drafts)” 

Trudeau’s Liberal government already banned some non-restricted firearms in its May 1, 2020 gun ban - so what makes you think any of your non-restricted firearms are safe?

While Bill Blair’s OiC gun ban focused primarily on firearms that were already Restricted prior to May 1, 2020, it did not focus exclusively on them.

Many Non-Restricted firearms were Prohibited on May 1, 2020, as well. Since then, the RCMP has quietly and consistently reclassified dozens of other Non-Restricted firearms as Prohibited without telling anyone

The RCMP’s Secret Long Gun Registry

We have known all along the RCMP kept a copy of the failed Long Gun Registry. The RCMP’s High River Gun Grab made that abundantly clear but, despite Dennis Young’s relentless efforts, we couldn’t prove it.

We knew Deputy Commissioner Peter Henschel had lied to Parliament in 2015 when he said, “… the RCMP destroyed the [long gun registry] records between October 26, 2012, and October 31, 2012.”[iv]

But we couldn’t prove it.

Not until firearms lawyer Edward Burlew LL.B. received copies of clients’ firearms records through disclosure from the Ontario Crown Prosecutor’s Office. 

It was a completely different list than the one the RCMP delivered to his client through an Access to Information Request.

For at least three clients, the list of firearms provided in the Crown’s disclosure differed drastically from the list his clients obtained by filing ATIPs with the RCMP's Canadian Firearms Program.

The Crown’s disclosure contained his client’s Restricted and Prohibited firearms, as well as all of his previously-registered Non-Restricted firearms. The Non-Restricted firearms were not listed on the clients’ ATIP reports, a clear violation of ATIP laws.

Burlew now had solid proof the RCMP lied to Parliament and the Canadian people.

This secret (and illegal) copy of the Long Gun Registry, combined with firearms dealers' sales records, seem likely to be used as the starting point when tracking down owners of ‘newly banned firearms’ under Order in Council SOR/2020-96.

If you’re one of the many gun owners who believe police will accept “I sold it” or “It fell out of my boat” as an acceptable answer, you may be sorely mistaken.

The RCMP, OPP, SQ and every other police force tracking down ‘newly banned firearms’ will not stop with excuses like those. They may demand a firearms inspection, demand to know where your (previously non-restricted) firearms are, may threaten you with “obstruction of justice” while seizing all of your firearms before questioning you.

While you have the right to remain silent, and you should absolutely do so, there is no corresponding limitation on police. They are free to talk to you, badger you, threaten you, coerce you and browbeat you for as long as they like.  

Licensed firearm owners are decent, law-abiding Canadians who want to do the right thing. They have little or no knowledge of the tactics used by police to find information and are totally unprepared for this type of questioning.

If you have never been subjected to this sort of pressure, speak to Bruce Montague. Police threatened to bulldoze Bruce Montague’s home to the ground – the home he built with his bare hands – if he didn’t tell them where his guns were.

How many can withstand that sort of pressure? Can you?

New Zealand’s Gun Ban Roadmap

Justin Trudeau’s government is still playing catchup with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s gun confiscations.

That’s why he jumped all over the Nova Scotia mass murderer as his excuse for banning over 1,500 makes and models of firearms.

The fact the mass murderer was not permitted to possess any firearms was seemingly irrelevant, as was the fact all his firearms were either smuggled from the United States or stolen here in Canada.

The May 1st gun ban was only a waypoint, one more marker in a 30-year attack on your guns. Do you think this is the end?

The Liberal’s ultimate goal is to out-ban and out-confiscate the New Zealand Prime Minister so Trudeau can regain the ‘progressive’ crown when Ardern stripped firearm owners of their legally-owned guns after a mass shooting at two mosques.

In New Zealand, all pump-action shotguns capable of holding 6 or more cartridges were banned, including the venerable Remington 870.[v] 

In New Zealand, all semi-automatic shotguns capable of holding 6 or more cartridges were banned, including a wide range of Benelli, Beretta, Remington and Winchester shotguns.[vi] 

In New Zealand, all .22 calibre rifles (bolt action, lever action, pump action and semi-automatic action) capable of holding 11 or more cartridges were banned.[vii]

A Dire Warning

If you ‘only’ hunt or ‘only’ shoot trap or skeet and you believe the government will never come for your guns, you’re fooling yourself.

If the government can ban and confiscate your Ruger Mini-14 and your Ruger Mini-30, what self-delusion makes you believe your Remington 7400 or Browning BAR are safe?

If the government can ban and confiscate your AR-15, what fantasy world makes you believe they won’t come for your WK-180C, Type 97 or Tavor?

And if the Liberal government can ban and confiscate all those firearms, why would you believe your pump-action shotgun, lever-action rifle or even your .22 rifle is safe from Bill Blair’s gun smelters?

These words may be difficult to hear. We understand that. It’s easier to accept our government will respect our ownership of firearms but if you ignore these words of warning, you do so at your own peril.




[iii] Page 136



[vi] ibid

[vii] ibid


Firearm News - Updated Feb 5 2021

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 Oct 2020!). This prohibited list is all but guaranteed to still 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 period is up! 

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 currently prohibited based on the current legal definition as stated in the OIC!)   

Information on the RCMP website and statements (mostly lies) by Minister Bill Blair change 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 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. 

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

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:
We are now on Summer Hours through September 30 2021. 
(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 Multiplex days
while Trap Doubles is running on Trap #4.  
This skeet range closure will typically 
start about 1 hour or so after the 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 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 on the Saturday whenever:

1) The ITSL is shooting at the LRGC (not active in 2021)

2) For the 3-day PITA event on July 24 2021. 
(Note: Indoor Archery will not be cancelled)

Indoor Range Schedule Changes:

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

Download LRGC New Rules for Indoor Range Reopening from link
on this page above so you are aware of the procedures required.    

"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!
(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 6 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: The club is open for OUTDOOR
and INDOOR activities.
See information at top of this homepage. 


(Note: We will go back to Winter hours on Oct 1)
OFFICE HOURS: (Phone: 604 534 3525)
Closed:   Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Open:               Wednesday:    11:00 am – 4:30 pm
                                 Friday:    11:00 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday:    10:00 am – 4:30 pm

Trap & Skeet - Summer Hours  April 1 - Sept 30
   Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 
Wednesday:     11:00 am – 7:30 pm 
      11:00 am – 4:30 pm              
                    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 on selected Sundays - see calendar!
FEES (Starting May 1, 2019): (see also attached file: LRGC Range fees.pdf
Session fees (for Adult Members - for Juniors see attached file): 
Indoor (pistol/rifle) and Archery Ranges: $7.00 per session (tax incl.)
Outdoor Range shoot fee (skeet/trap/5-Stand):  $7.00 per round of 25 targets (tax incl.)
Fees for Non-Members: 
Drop-in charge of $15/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.)  

Typical Indoor Range Schedule (Pre-Covid-19)
Available Indoor session times are listed - Pre-regsitration Required!
Please see club calendar for available indoor range shooting sessions. 
See also posted LRGC New Indoor Range Rules listed above. 

Centre-fire Handgun

(see Calendar for new session times -
reservations required)

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:      11:00 noon to 2:00 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:  

(No .22 cal magnum loads allowed)

  Junior Air Rifle 
Junior 22 cal Rifle 
(sessions not open)

These sessions cancelled due to Covid-19

Thursday:     5:00 pm to 6:00 pm  (air)
Thursday:     6:00 pm to 7:00 pm   (22 cal)

Air Pistol

(sessions not open)

These sessions cancelled due to Covid-19

 Monday:      5:15 pm to 6:30 pm 
Thursday:     5:00 pm to 6:00 pm  

Fast Draw
(sessions open)

Friday:         7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Indoor Archery

Outdoor Archery Range
(sessions open - need reservations)

Sunday:        5:00 pm to 8:00 pm 

Outdoor Range: 
New! Annual $25 Range pass allows members access 7 days/9 am- dusk to outdoor archery range.  Contact Ken Lewis regarding outdoor range pass at:

Special Notes

1)    Due to the limitation of our backstop 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 shooters must complete a range orientation and 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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16 Jun 2021 10:00 AM • Indoor Range
16 Jun 2021 11:00 AM • Outdoor Range
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17 Jun 2021 12:00 AM • Office, Trap and Skeet Ranges Closed
17 Jun 2021 8:00 AM • Indoor range

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