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

Upcoming Events

Special Events

  • No Upcoming Special Events

    • 14 Oct 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 24 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 24 sessions
    • Indoor Range

    COVID 19 Protocols are in effect.

    All Archers shall supply their own equipment.

    • 18 Oct 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 28 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 24 sessions
    • Indoor Range

    Confirm initial interest with Precision Pistol Director Claudio email: precision-pistol@kdfgc.org

    This is precision international/Olympic-style shooting.  

    You must have an air or .22 cal pistol to participate.

    COVID 19 Training Protocols in effect.


    • 19 Oct 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 29 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 24 sessions
    • Indoor Range

    Confirm initial interest with Precision Pistol Director Claudio email: precision-pistol@kdfgc.org

    This is precision international/Olympic-style shooting.  

    You must have an air or .22 cal pistol to participate.

    COVID 19 Training Protocols in effect.


    • 24 Oct 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PDT)
    • KDFGC Office
    • 2
    Registration is closed

    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
    • 24 Oct 2020
    • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM (PDT)
    • Meet at Club Office
    • 2
    Register

    Before members can shoot on a KDFGC pistol range UNSUPERVISED, they must complete the Handgun Safety Qualification Course.  The course includes range and firearm safety instruction including dry and live fire practice.  Following the course is a Qualification Test where you demonstrate the skills learned in the course.

    WHERE:

    • Meet at Club Office

    TIME:

    • Saturdays.  ~2.5 hours, 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM depending on number of participants. Max is 5.

    COST: 

    • $25 per person. 
    • No refunds for no shows.

    COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Current KDFGC Membership
    • Quality ear and eye protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for shooting
    • Pistol Qualifiers
      • Current PAL (Restricted) and ATT
      • Semi-auto pistol with multiple magazines (preferred) or a revolver 
      • Cleaning rod
      • Paper target (approx 12 inches) and stapler
      • Lawful case and locks for handgun transport 
      • At least 40 rounds of correct ammunition for handgun
      • Masking tape for patching targets 

    COURSE OUTLINE:

    • Review of Range Rules and Procedures
      • Firing Line and Safety Line
      • Casing and Uncasing Firearms
      • Aimed and Accurate Fire
      • Approved Targets
    • Review of Firearm Safety on the Range
      • Review fundamentals of ACTS and PROVE
      • Instructor demonstration of grip, load, dry fire, mag change, and make safe on range
      • Instructor demonstration of clearing of malfunctions
    • Review of Range Officer Responsibilities and Commands
      • Being a Range Officer
      • Commands
        • Cease Fire ("Range Cold")
        • Commence Fire ("Range Hot")
        • Check targets
      • Emergencies
    • Student Dummy/Dry Fire Demonstration of Shooting Fundamentals
      • Grip, load, dry fire, mag change, make firearm safe on range
      • Clearing of malfunctions
    • Student Live Fire Practice
      • Grip, load, dry fire, mag change, make firearm safe on range
      • Live fire engagement a 12” target at 10 yards
    • Student RO Practice
      • Cease Fire ("Range Cold")
      • Commence Fire ("Range Hot")
      • Check Targets
    • Handgun Safety Qualification Test


    • 30 Oct 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 26 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 22 sessions

    If interested contact Claudio email: precision-pistol@kdfgc.org

    Adult members only no guests.

    Good quality eye and ear protection mandatory

    No holsters

    No Magnum loads

    $7.00 drop in fee or reduced rate punch card.

    COVID 19 Training Protocols are in effect.

    • 31 Oct 2020
    • 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
    • 31 Oct 2020
    • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM (PDT)
    • Meet at Club Office
    • 5
    Register

    Before members can shoot on a KDFGC pistol range UNSUPERVISED, they must complete the Handgun Safety Qualification Course.  The course includes range and firearm safety instruction including dry and live fire practice.  Following the course is a Qualification Test where you demonstrate the skills learned in the course.

    WHERE:

    • Meet at Club Office

    TIME:

    • Saturdays.  ~2.5 hours, 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM depending on number of participants. Max is 5.

    COST: 

    • $25 per person. 
    • No refunds for no shows.

    COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Current KDFGC Membership
    • Quality ear and eye protection
    • Appropriate clothing and footwear for shooting
    • Pistol Qualifiers
      • Current PAL (Restricted) and ATT
      • Semi-auto pistol with multiple magazines (preferred) or a revolver 
      • Cleaning rod
      • Paper target (approx 12 inches) and stapler
      • Lawful case and locks for handgun transport 
      • At least 40 rounds of correct ammunition for handgun
      • Masking tape for patching targets 

    COURSE OUTLINE:

    • Review of Range Rules and Procedures
      • Firing Line and Safety Line
      • Casing and Uncasing Firearms
      • Aimed and Accurate Fire
      • Approved Targets
    • Review of Firearm Safety on the Range
      • Review fundamentals of ACTS and PROVE
      • Instructor demonstration of grip, load, dry fire, mag change, and make safe on range
      • Instructor demonstration of clearing of malfunctions
    • Review of Range Officer Responsibilities and Commands
      • Being a Range Officer
      • Commands
        • Cease Fire ("Range Cold")
        • Commence Fire ("Range Hot")
        • Check targets
      • Emergencies
    • Student Dummy/Dry Fire Demonstration of Shooting Fundamentals
      • Grip, load, dry fire, mag change, make firearm safe on range
      • Clearing of malfunctions
    • Student Live Fire Practice
      • Grip, load, dry fire, mag change, make firearm safe on range
      • Live fire engagement a 12” target at 10 yards
    • Student RO Practice
      • Cease Fire ("Range Cold")
      • Commence Fire ("Range Hot")
      • Check Targets
    • Handgun Safety Qualification Test


    • 5 Nov 2020
    • (PST)
    • 25 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 21 sessions
    • Indoor Range

    Please contact the IPSC Director Marcy King email IPSC@kdfgc.org prior to attending.

    COVID 19 Protocols in effect

    • 7 Nov 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (PST)
    • 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

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