Kelowna & District
Fish and Game Club

Range Hours:
M-F: 9 am to 8 pm or Dusk
Weekends: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Office Hours:
Tues & Thurs: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Established in 1904, the Kelowna & District Fish and Game Club is one of the oldest clubs in British Columbia.  It has a long history of supporting wildlife conservation, fishing, hunting, and shooting sports.

FEATURED NEWS

RANGE UPDATES

New Member Orientations have resumed Saturdays from 10:00 to 11:30 with a maximum of 9 participants, per Provincial Health orders. Please register online. For those unable to attend on Saturdays, please contact the office for an alternate method. This training is a legal requirement for new members prior to shooting unsupervised at the range.

Pistol Safety Qualifications have resumed with a maximum of 1 participant, per Provincial Health orders. Please contact the office by email at info@kdfgc.org to express interest. Please indicate a date and time for availability and we will do our best to facilitate. This training is a requirement for new members prior to handgun shooting unsupervised at the range.

All outdoor ranges are operational with COVID-19 controls. Spectators are no longer permitted.

Help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Do not attend the range if you:

  • Have travelled outside Canada within the last 14 days
  • Have been identified by Public Health as a close contact of someone with COVID-19
  • Have been told to isolate by Public Health
  • Are displaying any symptoms associated with COVID-19

All members must wash or sanitize their hands before and after each visit to the range. You must provide your own sanitizer for outdoor ranges, the club has provided sanitizer stations for all indoor venues. Please maintain physical distancing of 2 meters.

The club office is open regular hours with maximum 2 in reception at a time. Per Provincial Health Order, masks are required for all office visitors.

All social functions are currently suspended.

Thank you for helping to keep our club members safe!


Upcoming events

Upcoming events

    • 14 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • UIT Range

    Contact:  Nick King kingauto@uniserve.com or 250-470-7477

    Limited number of slots available

    To Register, contact Nick King:  kingauto@uniserve.com    Ph: 250-470-7477   

    All training conducted outdoors, maximum 10 persons in compliance with PHO / Viasport requirements


    • 15 May 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • KFDGC Club House/Indoor Range
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    COURSE PREREQUISITES:

    A valid Restricted PAL, which MUST be brought to the course for viewing and verification by the Instructor prior to commencing training.

    Pre-read and understand the information contained in the Canadian Firearms Safety Course Manual, pages 215 to 326, (Restricted Firearms modules), along with a review of the owner’s manual for your particular handgun. This will ensure you are attending with the appropriate level of theoretical knowledge to be successful on the course. Electronic copies of the CFSC manual and most owner’s manuals are available for free online.

    Based on your pre-study of the CFSC manual and owner’s manual, you should commence the course with a general knowledge of how your handgun functions, to include:

    • ·         Safety first! ACTS and PROVE in relation to your firearm.
    • ·         The parts and names of parts on your firearm.
    • ·         All controls on the firearm (Safety, de-cock, magazine release, cylinder release, slide catch, etc.)
    • ·         Be able to lock the slide to the rear while maintaining muzzle and trigger finger control.
    • ·         Be able to disassemble, reassemble and function check.

    All above will be reviewed and tested as part of the course.

    FIREARM AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT:

    • ·         A modern-design handgun (pistol or double action revolver) in excellent operating condition. Magnum calibers are NOT permitted.
    • ·         Two or more cartridge magazines or revolver speed loaders.
    • ·         A cleaning kit (which contains a rigid rod) which is appropriate for your handgun and caliber.
    • ·         A sturdy locking case and trigger or cable lock.
    • ·         All required paperwork to legally transport your restricted firearm (registration certificate, Authorization to Transport or RPAL indicating transportation conditions permitted).

    AMMUNITION:

    • ·         Minimum 300 rounds of factory manufactured ammunition. No magnum or +P ammunition is permitted.

    GENERAL EQUIPMENT:

    • ·         Protective mask for classroom portion
    • ·         Wraparound protective glasses.
    • ·         Ball cap.
    • ·         Hearing protection (Electronic external muffs preferred)
    • ·         Closed toe shoes or boots with grip suitable for concrete range floor.
    • ·         Shirt which fits tightly at collar, waist and cuffs.
    • ·         Long pants (cargo or hiking style is perfect) with room for movement.
    • ·         An extra layer for warmth. Training occurs on an indoor range with constant ventilation and can be cool.
    • ·         Pen and notebook for notes and marking the exams
    • ·         Any medications you require (Ventolin, epi pen, etc.).

    FOOD AND DRINK:

    • ·         Coffee, tea and bottled water are included in course fees.
    • ·         You must bring snacks and lunch (We do not leave the range due to time constraints. Food for purchase is not available on site)

    SCHEDULE:

    • ·         Before the first class, complete your review of the CFSC Manual restricted firearms sections and your owner’s manual.
    • ·         Training Day is 09:00 to 17:00 with a half hour lunch from 12:00 to 12:30. Please plan extra time to arrive early as the class starts at 08:30 sharp.
    • ·         Morning session 08:30 to 12:00 is classroom. NO LIVE AMMUNITION IN THE CLASSROOM.
    • ·         Afternoon session is 12:30 to 16:30 on live fire indoor range. 16:30 to 17:00 is grading, administration and certificate presentation.

    DOCUMENTATION:

    • ·         Successful trainees will receive a professional certificate and course report at the conclusion of the course.
    • ·         Successful trainees who are KDFGC club members will be authorized to shoot unsupervised on the club’s covered pistol range.


    • 15 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 7
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
    • 16 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • UIT Range

    Contact:  Nick King kingauto@uniserve.com or 250-470-7477

    Limited number of slots available

    To Register, contact Nick King:  kingauto@uniserve.com    Ph: 250-470-7477   

    All training conducted outdoors, maximum 10 persons in compliance with PHO / Viasport requirements


    • 16 May 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Maximum 8 Participants.

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 22 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 8
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
    • 23 May 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Maximum 8 Participants.

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 29 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 30 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • UIT Range

    Contact:  Nick King kingauto@uniserve.com or 250-470-7477

    Limited number of slots available

    To Register, contact Nick King:  kingauto@uniserve.com    Ph: 250-470-7477   

    All training conducted outdoors, maximum 10 persons in compliance with PHO / Viasport requirements


    • 29 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 8
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
    • 30 May 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Maximum 8 Participants.

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 5 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 8
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
    • 6 Jun 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Maximum 8 Participants.

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 12 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 8
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
    • 13 Jun 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Maximum 8 Participants.

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 19 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 8
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
    • 20 Jun 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Maximum 8 Participants.

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 26 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 8
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
    • 27 Jun 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Maximum 8 Participants.

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 3 Jul 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 8
    Register

    Every new member MUST attend a Range Orientation BEFORE using any of the Club's Archery or Firearms Ranges.  The New Member Orientation is open to the public. 

    • Every Saturday at 10:00 AM to ~11:30 AM
    • Meet at the Club Office 
    • Register Online (Limited Spots Available)
    • Free to Members and Public

    Orientation Objective

    • Provide Tour of Club's Ranges and Facilities
    • Provide Overview of Club's History and Organization
    • Provide Overview of Club's Range Rules

    Student Requirements

    • Ear and Eye Protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor weather
    • If member, membership card
    • Some walking but can adapt to accommodate persons with a physical disability
    • Good attitude

    Orientation Outline

    1. Introductions
    2. Overview of Club History, Mission, Structure
    3. About Club Office and Residence
    4. Front Gate and Member Card and Access Rules
    5. Guest Registration Rules
    6. Shotgun Sports Overview
    7. Pistol Ranges Tour
      • Recreational Pistol Range Overview
      • Commercial and IPSC Range Overview
    8. Lower Ranges Tour
      • Field Archery Course
      • Archery Ranges
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rifle and Shotgun)
      • 25 – 50 Meter Range (Rim-fire and Air Rifle Only)
      • 100 – 200 Yard Rifle Range
    9. Indoor Range Tour
    10. Club House Tour 
    11. Written Range Orientation Review Exam
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