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

Attention all LRGC Members - New Temporary Club Hours of Operation:

30 Aug 2012 2:56 PM | Anonymous

1)   Please note that our caretaker Ray Mulholland is retiring and we will be making a transition to a new caretaker over the next two months.   As a result:

·       A special event to honour Ray is planned at the club office on Friday August 31, 2012 at 2 pm – come join us for some cake and refreshments! (if you would like to contribute to a gift for Ray, please pass along to a range officer or LRGC Board member). 

·       The club office and shotgun shooting hours are being revised beginning September 1st and will be in effect until our new caretaker begins.


Sunday – (11:00 am – 4:00 pm)

Monday - Closed.

Tuesday - Closed.

Wednesday - (11:30 am – 4:00 pm)

Thursday - Closed.

Friday - (11:30 am- 4:00 pm)

Saturday - (11:00 am – 4:00 pm)

 Note that scheduled skeet shooting (starting at noon) will not be affected on Wednesday and Friday afternoons, and that typical activities outside of these hours will not be affected (jr & sr rifle, handgun, fast draw, etc.)  

 2)   Note that the Sporting Clays/5-Stand Grand Re-Opening will be on Friday Sept 7, starting at 2:15 pm.  Come and give it a try as it is a lot of fun! If you have never tried this – it is sort of a combination of skeet and trap shooting all rolled into one – see the “New Member’s Column” of the May LRGC Newsletter (on the LRGC website ) for a more detailed description of this activity!

3)   Note that the Family Fun Day Open House event is scheduled for Sept 9, 2012 from 10 am – 3 pm. Come out and try many of the shooting activities at the LRGC and enjoy a lunch – all free!
If you know of someone thinking about getting involved in shooting – bring them along! (If you would like to volunteer to assist in this event – please email – we could use your help!).

4)   There are many LRGC Trophy matches (trap, skeet, rifle, pistol) coming up in the next few months (Sept – Dec) so please check the latest LRGC newsletter “Calendar-at-a-glance” for these upcoming dates and times.  All LRGC members are welcome - no matter what your skill level!

5)   HELP!  Our Junior 22 Rifle Shooters need your help!

 Do you have a 22 cal. rifle in your safe you no longer use?
  Would you be willing to donate it to the LRGC?”  

We are currently in need of 22 cal rifles for our junior program, especially “junior-sized”, good to excellent condition 22 cal target rifles to be utilized by our smaller junior shooters.  A “junior-sized” rifle is “lighter” rifle (around 5-6 lbs.) and/or has a shorter (or adjustable) rear stock to reduce “length-of-pull” (LOP) – i.e. the distance required to reach the trigger.  The preferred target rifle types are a Anschutz/CIL 180 Junior target rifle or an Anschultz/Marlin 2000 Jr. Model, or any other similar “junior-sized” rifles.  These are not easy to find, so if you have or know of any available junior-sized rifles, please advise us ASAP with needed contact information.

Note however that we would be pleased to receive ANY 22 rifle donations made to the club – either junior or standard size, as these can be employed in some of our new member training and out-reach programs currently being developed.  


You may contact me at or LRGC phone (leave a message for Doug R. or leave contact info with the caretaker) for assessment and/or to arrange pick-up, or you may drop the rifle off at the LRGC during office hours with a note containing your contact information and indicating that it is being donated to the LRGC.  

Thanking you in advance for your support!    

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