Kelowna & District
Fish and Game Club

Range Hours:
M-F: 9:00 am to 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

KDFGC Target Sports Clubs

KDFGC Shotgun Sports

The KDFGC Shotgun Sports discipline is open to all members and their guests.  We have regularly scheduled Trap shooting every Wednesday and Saturday.  Experienced and novice shooters are all welcome, and initial coaching is provided to new trap shooters. 

Please bring your mandatory personal eye and ear protection.

Dates and Times:

  • Wednesdays and Saturdays (Check the KDFGC Calendar for current times dependent on summer or winter schedule)


  • $10 for Single Round
  • $80 for Punch Card of 10 rounds
  • $15 per box of 25 shotshells (when in stock)
  • Shotguns are available for rent, $10 for a shooting session.
  • Bring CASH for above.

Come on out, and join us for some fun breaking clay targets!

For more information, contact SG Sports Director Roy:  


The KDFGC IPSC Discipline is a dynamic handgun target sport practiced in over 65 countries around the world. Men and women compete in various classes, including: Production, Production Optics, Standard, Classic, and Open.  For more information on IPSC visit

All discipline members must take a mandatory “Black Badge” course, regularly offered at KDFGC and other clubs throughout BC. This course teaches you handgun safety and the fundamentals of the sport. 

Scheduled RO supervised winter practices are Thursday evenings in the indoor range.

Scheduled RO supervised summer practices are Sundays at the designated IPSC ranges.

Non-supervised IPSC range access requires the successful completion of the KDFGC IPSC Range Orientation. Successful members will receive a decal for their membership ID allowing solo range access and practice. 

Check the "Events" calendar for specifics on training dates and times.

For more information contact Marcy: 

KDFGC Precision Pistol

KDFGC is a member of the BC Target Sports Association, the official provincial sport organization (PSO) for precision shooting in British Columbia. 

Check the "Events" calendar for specifics on training dates and times.

The KDFGC Precision Pistol Discipline is a one-handed Olympic, International and NRA Conventional bulls-eye style shooting sports discipline.

We welcome new members interested in one-handed “bulls-eye style” target shooting under the ISSF and NRA rules. Coaching is available; so don’t be reluctant to join us even though you may not have tried this style of shooting before. Some of us shoot for fun or to improve our marksmanship, while others do the same and shoot for competition.

For more information contact Claudio Incrocci

KDFGC Archery

KDFGC is a member of the BC Archery Association, the official provincial sport organization (PSO) for archery in British Columbia. KDFGC Archery Instructors and Range Safety Officers are trained and certified through the BCAA.

We shoot all year round on multiple types of outdoor and indoor ranges.

Outdoor Facilities: Archers have access to an irrigated, (grass field) Long Target Range with elevated viewing area, a 10-50 yard Practice Bay, a Broadhead Bay, a linear 3D course, and a 12 station Field Course (orientation required). Contact the Club Office to schedule and orientation.

Indoor Season: Adult Archery in our Indoor Ranges is available October thru March.   Club archery gear is available.

Outdoor Season: Adult and Junior archery as posted on the events calendar.

For more information please contact

Jr. Archers (Junior Olympian Program)

The Junior Archery program accepts juniors between the ages 10 and 17 years of age.  

For more information please contact

Small Bore Rifle 

Adult/Jr small bore rifle program (Winter season - indoor range) is the first and third Monday of each month. Check the KDFGC Calendar for current times. For more information on the Jr/Adult program, contact coordinator Rudy: or 250-860-8928.

The KDFGC is currently developing a dedicated outdoor small bore range. 

For additional information, please contact Director Ian Nicholson at

KDFGC 1500 (PPC)

KDFGC is a member of the CPCA, the official national organization for PPC/WA1500 in Canada. KDFGC 1500 Instructors and Sr. Range Officers are highly experienced former law enforcement firearms instructors. Local, RegionalProvincial, National and International competition is available for our KDFGC 1500 members.

KDFGC 1500 (PPC), is a handgun target sport focusing on timed precision shooting from a variety of stances (standing, kneeling, sitting and prone) at varying distances (3, 7, 15, 25 and 50 yards), including shooting from behind an obstacle. The start position for every stage is the competitor standing with a holstered handgun (pistol/revolver). The competition is considered one of the forerunners of practical shooting.

The competition format was founded in the U.S. between 1957 and 1958 and was intended to help police officers improve their firearms skills in the line of duty. Originally this was a revolver-specific competition because most police officers carried this type of sidearm, but was later expanded to include autoloading pistols. Through the years the discipline has been known by various names such as "Practical Police Course", and "Practical Pistol Course"; but "Precision Pistol Competition" is the official name used today by World Association 1500, the international sanctioning body. The sport has become popular in the United States, Sweden, Germany and Canada, and official matches are no longer restricted to police officers or military personnel.

Club members wishing to participate in KDFGC 1500 must have either completed KDFGC Handgun Level I and II, or other professional holster training (Law Enforcement, Military, IPSC, etc.), along with an evaluation by the Senior Range Officer. The KDFGC Firearms Academy regularly offers Handgun Level II (Intermediate) courses to train members to participate in this exciting target sport. In addition to training, a quality belt, holster and magazine/speedloader pouches are required.

KDFGC 1500 trains year round, with winter training indoors, and summer training occurring at the UIT/1500 Range. Check the calendar page for the most up to date schedule.

For more information contact the KDFGC 1500 Coordinator Dennis Krause at: 

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