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 UPDATE

New Member Orientations have resumed Saturdays from 10:00 to 11:30. 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.

Communicable disease prevention:

Please exercise good judgement and do not attend the range if you are displaying any symptoms of an illness.  Please continue to practice hand hygiene and cough/sneeze etiquette.  Thank you for helping to keep our club members safe!

The club office is open posted hours. Please check the News section of the website for training or summer leave closures.

We are working towards a return of social functions. Please monitor the News section of the website for updates.


Upcoming events

Upcoming events

    • 17 Jul 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 4 Sep 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 8 sessions
    • Trap Range

    Check with Range Safety Officer upon arrival.

    • 7 Aug 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Indoor Range
    • 6
    Register
    • 1.       Requirement: 

    New members must complete the Handgun Safety Qualification prior to unsupervised use of the pistol range.

    This qualification assumes you are familiar with the basics of handgun shooting, and will focus on confirming you have the skills to be safe while shooting unsupervised. If you do not have shooting experience, please contact the office regarding taking our 8-hour Handgun Basic Course.

    • 2.       Where:

    KDFGC Indoor Pistol Range (Meet at the Lower level of the clubhouse).

    • 3.       When:

    Saturday mornings, 09:30 to 11:00 (May extend to 11:30 dependent on number and skills of candidates). Arrive no later than 09:20 as training starts at 09:30 sharp.

    • 4.       Cost:
    • $25, paid in advance. No refunds for no-shows.
    • 5.       To Register:
    • On the KDFGC website, open the “Events” link. On the events calendar, click on the date you would like to take the training. Click on the “Register” button to enroll in the course. If you are having difficulty, contact the office for assistance at 250-764-7558 or info@kdfgc.org
    • 6.       Required Equipment:

    Current KDFGC Membership

    Current restricted PAL and ATT

    Modern handgun in safe condition, extra magazines

    100 rounds of correct ammunition for handgun (no magnum or steel core rounds)

    Quality ear and eye protection

    Appropriate clothing and footwear for shooting

    Cleaning rod

    Paper pistol target (approx.. 12 inches) and stapler

    Lawful case and locks for handgun transport

    Masking tape for patching targets

    • 7.       Objective:

    To ensure all members using pistol ranges are fully competent in handgun safety, by demonstrating the following:

    • ·         Muzzle directional control
    • ·         Trigger finger indexing
    • ·         Management of common malfunctions
    • ·         Loading, unloading, and confirming safe
    • ·         Understanding of cease fire, post/check targets, and commence fire commands
    • ·         Understanding the safety line, firing line and target line
    • ·         Engaging a 7-yard target with a minimum standard of live fire accuracy
    • ·         Acting Range Officer duties as required by Section 5(e) of the Shooting Clubs and Shooting Ranges Regulations
    • ·         Range arrival and departure requirements
    • 8.       Conduct of Qualification:

    The required skills are identified on the Safety Qualification form. Each skill will be evaluated and documented as Pass/Fail.

    The instructor will review and physically demonstrate the skill, then evaluate the candidate’s ability to perform the skill to the written standard. All scoring will be written on the Safety Qualification Form, along with the instructor’s observations. A final result of PASS or FAIL will be recorded.

    The final result and instructor observations will be reviewed with the candidate at the conclusion of the evaluation. Note: Repeated muzzle or trigger finger violations will result in a qualification failure.  Pointing a firearm at the instructor, another candidate, or at oneself will result in an immediate failure.

    • 9.       Exemptions to Requirement:

    Active duty (or recently retired) armed law enforcement / military / armed guard personnel may be exempt from qualification. Current IPSC, IDPA, PPC trained individuals, or those who have completed KDFGC Handgun Basic, or a similar civilian course may be exempt from qualification.

    A review of KDFGC specific range rules, along with acting RSO requirements will still be required. If you believe you qualify for an exemption, please discuss with Admin or the Range Operations Manager.


    • 7 Aug 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 5
    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
    • 8 Aug 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

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

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 14 Aug 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Indoor Range
    • 6
    Register
    • 1.       Requirement: 

    New members must complete the Handgun Safety Qualification prior to unsupervised use of the pistol range.

    This qualification assumes you are familiar with the basics of handgun shooting, and will focus on confirming you have the skills to be safe while shooting unsupervised. If you do not have shooting experience, please contact the office regarding taking our 8-hour Handgun Basic Course.

    • 2.       Where:

    KDFGC Indoor Pistol Range (Meet at the Lower level of the clubhouse).

    • 3.       When:

    Saturday mornings, 09:30 to 11:00 (May extend to 11:30 dependent on number and skills of candidates). Arrive no later than 09:20 as training starts at 09:30 sharp.

    • 4.       Cost:
    • $25, paid in advance. No refunds for no-shows.
    • 5.       To Register:
    • On the KDFGC website, open the “Events” link. On the events calendar, click on the date you would like to take the training. Click on the “Register” button to enroll in the course. If you are having difficulty, contact the office for assistance at 250-764-7558 or info@kdfgc.org
    • 6.       Required Equipment:

    Current KDFGC Membership

    Current restricted PAL and ATT

    Modern handgun in safe condition, extra magazines

    100 rounds of correct ammunition for handgun (no magnum or steel core rounds)

    Quality ear and eye protection

    Appropriate clothing and footwear for shooting

    Cleaning rod

    Paper pistol target (approx.. 12 inches) and stapler

    Lawful case and locks for handgun transport

    Masking tape for patching targets

    • 7.       Objective:

    To ensure all members using pistol ranges are fully competent in handgun safety, by demonstrating the following:

    • ·         Muzzle directional control
    • ·         Trigger finger indexing
    • ·         Management of common malfunctions
    • ·         Loading, unloading, and confirming safe
    • ·         Understanding of cease fire, post/check targets, and commence fire commands
    • ·         Understanding the safety line, firing line and target line
    • ·         Engaging a 7-yard target with a minimum standard of live fire accuracy
    • ·         Acting Range Officer duties as required by Section 5(e) of the Shooting Clubs and Shooting Ranges Regulations
    • ·         Range arrival and departure requirements
    • 8.       Conduct of Qualification:

    The required skills are identified on the Safety Qualification form. Each skill will be evaluated and documented as Pass/Fail.

    The instructor will review and physically demonstrate the skill, then evaluate the candidate’s ability to perform the skill to the written standard. All scoring will be written on the Safety Qualification Form, along with the instructor’s observations. A final result of PASS or FAIL will be recorded.

    The final result and instructor observations will be reviewed with the candidate at the conclusion of the evaluation. Note: Repeated muzzle or trigger finger violations will result in a qualification failure.  Pointing a firearm at the instructor, another candidate, or at oneself will result in an immediate failure.

    • 9.       Exemptions to Requirement:

    Active duty (or recently retired) armed law enforcement / military / armed guard personnel may be exempt from qualification. Current IPSC, IDPA, PPC trained individuals, or those who have completed KDFGC Handgun Basic, or a similar civilian course may be exempt from qualification.

    A review of KDFGC specific range rules, along with acting RSO requirements will still be required. If you believe you qualify for an exemption, please discuss with Admin or the Range Operations Manager.


    • 14 Aug 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
    • 15 Aug 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 21 Aug 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Indoor Range
    • 6
    Register
    • 1.       Requirement: 

    New members must complete the Handgun Safety Qualification prior to unsupervised use of the pistol range.

    This qualification assumes you are familiar with the basics of handgun shooting, and will focus on confirming you have the skills to be safe while shooting unsupervised. If you do not have shooting experience, please contact the office regarding taking our 8-hour Handgun Basic Course.

    • 2.       Where:

    KDFGC Indoor Pistol Range (Meet at the Lower level of the clubhouse).

    • 3.       When:

    Saturday mornings, 09:30 to 11:00 (May extend to 11:30 dependent on number and skills of candidates). Arrive no later than 09:20 as training starts at 09:30 sharp.

    • 4.       Cost:
    • $25, paid in advance. No refunds for no-shows.
    • 5.       To Register:
    • On the KDFGC website, open the “Events” link. On the events calendar, click on the date you would like to take the training. Click on the “Register” button to enroll in the course. If you are having difficulty, contact the office for assistance at 250-764-7558 or info@kdfgc.org
    • 6.       Required Equipment:

    Current KDFGC Membership

    Current restricted PAL and ATT

    Modern handgun in safe condition, extra magazines

    100 rounds of correct ammunition for handgun (no magnum or steel core rounds)

    Quality ear and eye protection

    Appropriate clothing and footwear for shooting

    Cleaning rod

    Paper pistol target (approx.. 12 inches) and stapler

    Lawful case and locks for handgun transport

    Masking tape for patching targets

    • 7.       Objective:

    To ensure all members using pistol ranges are fully competent in handgun safety, by demonstrating the following:

    • ·         Muzzle directional control
    • ·         Trigger finger indexing
    • ·         Management of common malfunctions
    • ·         Loading, unloading, and confirming safe
    • ·         Understanding of cease fire, post/check targets, and commence fire commands
    • ·         Understanding the safety line, firing line and target line
    • ·         Engaging a 7-yard target with a minimum standard of live fire accuracy
    • ·         Acting Range Officer duties as required by Section 5(e) of the Shooting Clubs and Shooting Ranges Regulations
    • ·         Range arrival and departure requirements
    • 8.       Conduct of Qualification:

    The required skills are identified on the Safety Qualification form. Each skill will be evaluated and documented as Pass/Fail.

    The instructor will review and physically demonstrate the skill, then evaluate the candidate’s ability to perform the skill to the written standard. All scoring will be written on the Safety Qualification Form, along with the instructor’s observations. A final result of PASS or FAIL will be recorded.

    The final result and instructor observations will be reviewed with the candidate at the conclusion of the evaluation. Note: Repeated muzzle or trigger finger violations will result in a qualification failure.  Pointing a firearm at the instructor, another candidate, or at oneself will result in an immediate failure.

    • 9.       Exemptions to Requirement:

    Active duty (or recently retired) armed law enforcement / military / armed guard personnel may be exempt from qualification. Current IPSC, IDPA, PPC trained individuals, or those who have completed KDFGC Handgun Basic, or a similar civilian course may be exempt from qualification.

    A review of KDFGC specific range rules, along with acting RSO requirements will still be required. If you believe you qualify for an exemption, please discuss with Admin or the Range Operations Manager.


    • 21 Aug 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
    • 22 Aug 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 28 Aug 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Indoor Range
    • 6
    Register
    • 1.       Requirement: 

    New members must complete the Handgun Safety Qualification prior to unsupervised use of the pistol range.

    This qualification assumes you are familiar with the basics of handgun shooting, and will focus on confirming you have the skills to be safe while shooting unsupervised. If you do not have shooting experience, please contact the office regarding taking our 8-hour Handgun Basic Course.

    • 2.       Where:

    KDFGC Indoor Pistol Range (Meet at the Lower level of the clubhouse).

    • 3.       When:

    Saturday mornings, 09:30 to 11:00 (May extend to 11:30 dependent on number and skills of candidates). Arrive no later than 09:20 as training starts at 09:30 sharp.

    • 4.       Cost:
    • $25, paid in advance. No refunds for no-shows.
    • 5.       To Register:
    • On the KDFGC website, open the “Events” link. On the events calendar, click on the date you would like to take the training. Click on the “Register” button to enroll in the course. If you are having difficulty, contact the office for assistance at 250-764-7558 or info@kdfgc.org
    • 6.       Required Equipment:

    Current KDFGC Membership

    Current restricted PAL and ATT

    Modern handgun in safe condition, extra magazines

    100 rounds of correct ammunition for handgun (no magnum or steel core rounds)

    Quality ear and eye protection

    Appropriate clothing and footwear for shooting

    Cleaning rod

    Paper pistol target (approx.. 12 inches) and stapler

    Lawful case and locks for handgun transport

    Masking tape for patching targets

    • 7.       Objective:

    To ensure all members using pistol ranges are fully competent in handgun safety, by demonstrating the following:

    • ·         Muzzle directional control
    • ·         Trigger finger indexing
    • ·         Management of common malfunctions
    • ·         Loading, unloading, and confirming safe
    • ·         Understanding of cease fire, post/check targets, and commence fire commands
    • ·         Understanding the safety line, firing line and target line
    • ·         Engaging a 7-yard target with a minimum standard of live fire accuracy
    • ·         Acting Range Officer duties as required by Section 5(e) of the Shooting Clubs and Shooting Ranges Regulations
    • ·         Range arrival and departure requirements
    • 8.       Conduct of Qualification:

    The required skills are identified on the Safety Qualification form. Each skill will be evaluated and documented as Pass/Fail.

    The instructor will review and physically demonstrate the skill, then evaluate the candidate’s ability to perform the skill to the written standard. All scoring will be written on the Safety Qualification Form, along with the instructor’s observations. A final result of PASS or FAIL will be recorded.

    The final result and instructor observations will be reviewed with the candidate at the conclusion of the evaluation. Note: Repeated muzzle or trigger finger violations will result in a qualification failure.  Pointing a firearm at the instructor, another candidate, or at oneself will result in an immediate failure.

    • 9.       Exemptions to Requirement:

    Active duty (or recently retired) armed law enforcement / military / armed guard personnel may be exempt from qualification. Current IPSC, IDPA, PPC trained individuals, or those who have completed KDFGC Handgun Basic, or a similar civilian course may be exempt from qualification.

    A review of KDFGC specific range rules, along with acting RSO requirements will still be required. If you believe you qualify for an exemption, please discuss with Admin or the Range Operations Manager.


    • 28 Aug 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
    • 29 Aug 2021
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • IPSC Shooting Bays
    • 8
    Register

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    Current Black Badge Qualified Only

    • 11 Sep 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Indoor Range
    • 6
    Register
    • 1.       Requirement: 

    New members must complete the Handgun Safety Qualification prior to unsupervised use of the pistol range.

    This qualification assumes you are familiar with the basics of handgun shooting, and will focus on confirming you have the skills to be safe while shooting unsupervised. If you do not have shooting experience, please contact the office regarding taking our 8-hour Handgun Basic Course.

    • 2.       Where:

    KDFGC Indoor Pistol Range (Meet at the Lower level of the clubhouse).

    • 3.       When:

    Saturday mornings, 09:30 to 11:00 (May extend to 11:30 dependent on number and skills of candidates). Arrive no later than 09:20 as training starts at 09:30 sharp.

    • 4.       Cost:
    • $25, paid in advance. No refunds for no-shows.
    • 5.       To Register:
    • On the KDFGC website, open the “Events” link. On the events calendar, click on the date you would like to take the training. Click on the “Register” button to enroll in the course. If you are having difficulty, contact the office for assistance at 250-764-7558 or info@kdfgc.org
    • 6.       Required Equipment:

    Current KDFGC Membership

    Current restricted PAL and ATT

    Modern handgun in safe condition, extra magazines

    100 rounds of correct ammunition for handgun (no magnum or steel core rounds)

    Quality ear and eye protection

    Appropriate clothing and footwear for shooting

    Cleaning rod

    Paper pistol target (approx.. 12 inches) and stapler

    Lawful case and locks for handgun transport

    Masking tape for patching targets

    • 7.       Objective:

    To ensure all members using pistol ranges are fully competent in handgun safety, by demonstrating the following:

    • ·         Muzzle directional control
    • ·         Trigger finger indexing
    • ·         Management of common malfunctions
    • ·         Loading, unloading, and confirming safe
    • ·         Understanding of cease fire, post/check targets, and commence fire commands
    • ·         Understanding the safety line, firing line and target line
    • ·         Engaging a 7-yard target with a minimum standard of live fire accuracy
    • ·         Acting Range Officer duties as required by Section 5(e) of the Shooting Clubs and Shooting Ranges Regulations
    • ·         Range arrival and departure requirements
    • 8.       Conduct of Qualification:

    The required skills are identified on the Safety Qualification form. Each skill will be evaluated and documented as Pass/Fail.

    The instructor will review and physically demonstrate the skill, then evaluate the candidate’s ability to perform the skill to the written standard. All scoring will be written on the Safety Qualification Form, along with the instructor’s observations. A final result of PASS or FAIL will be recorded.

    The final result and instructor observations will be reviewed with the candidate at the conclusion of the evaluation. Note: Repeated muzzle or trigger finger violations will result in a qualification failure.  Pointing a firearm at the instructor, another candidate, or at oneself will result in an immediate failure.

    • 9.       Exemptions to Requirement:

    Active duty (or recently retired) armed law enforcement / military / armed guard personnel may be exempt from qualification. Current IPSC, IDPA, PPC trained individuals, or those who have completed KDFGC Handgun Basic, or a similar civilian course may be exempt from qualification.

    A review of KDFGC specific range rules, along with acting RSO requirements will still be required. If you believe you qualify for an exemption, please discuss with Admin or the Range Operations Manager.


Past events

1 Aug 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
31 Jul 2021 New Member Orientation Course
31 Jul 2021 Pistol Safety Qualification
25 Jul 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
24 Jul 2021 New Member Orientation Course
18 Jul 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
17 Jul 2021 New Member Orientation Course
11 Jul 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
10 Jul 2021 New Member Orientation Course
3 Jul 2021 New Member Orientation Course
27 Jun 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
26 Jun 2021 New Member Orientation Course
20 Jun 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
19 Jun 2021 New Member Orientation Course
19 Jun 2021 Handgun Basic Course
19 Jun 2021 Office Closure
13 Jun 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
12 Jun 2021 New Member Orientation Course
6 Jun 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
5 Jun 2021 New Member Orientation Course
30 May 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
29 May 2021 New Member Orientation Course
29 May 2021 Black Badge Training Course offered by IPSC BC
23 May 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
22 May 2021 New Member Orientation Course
16 May 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training
16 May 2021 Black Badge Training Course offered by IPSC BC
15 May 2021 New Member Orientation Course
15 May 2021 Handgun Basic Course
14 May 2021 Black Badge Training Course offered by IPSC BC
8 May 2021 New Member Orientation Course
1 May 2021 New Member Orientation Course
1 May 2021 Black Badge Training Course offered by IPSC BC
25 Apr 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training - Cancelled
24 Apr 2021 New Member Orientation Course
18 Apr 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training - Cancelled
11 Apr 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training - Pre Registration Required
4 Apr 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training - Pre Registration Required
28 Mar 2021 IPSC Outdoor Training - Pre Registration Required
27 Mar 2021 New Member Orientation Course
20 Mar 2021 New Member Orientation Course
13 Mar 2021 New Member Orientation Course
6 Mar 2021 New Member Orientation Course
27 Feb 2021 New Member Orientation Course
20 Feb 2021 New Member Orientation Course
13 Feb 2021 New Member Orientation Course
6 Feb 2021 New Member Orientation Course
30 Jan 2021 New Member Orientation Course
23 Jan 2021 New Member Orientation Course
16 Jan 2021 New Member Orientation Course
5 Nov 2020 IPSC
30 Oct 2020 Recreational (Open) Pistol
19 Oct 2020 Precision Pistol
18 Oct 2020 Precision Pistol
14 Oct 2020 Indoor Archery
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