Frequently asked questions

What is the "New Shooter Night"?


Our New Shooter Night or Open Night is where anyone can come out to our Club and try shooting a handgun. You do not need any license or experience. It is a way for us to introduce the fun of target shooting to the public. We are open every Tuesday night except a few Holidays between the hours of 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm. You are provided with a short safety seminar on the safe handling of a handgun, target and 50 rounds of .22 caliber ammunition. We supply the safety equipment you need and the club handgun. What you need to bring is a Safe Attitude, valid photo identification and $20.00.




How old do you need to be to be a Club Member?


You must be 18 years old to join the Club. If you are 12 to 17 years old, you may be a member in a family membership with your Parent or Legal Guardian. The Parent or Guardian would be fully resposible for the younger family member and would transport and supervise the use of any firearms used by the younger member in accordance with the Firearms Act.




What is the Canadian Shooting Sports Association and why do I need to be a member?


The Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) is the voice of the sport shooter and firearms enthusiast in Canada. They support and promote all manner of shooting sports from traditional target shooting competitions to modern action shooting sports, hunting, archery and everything in between. In addition the association provides many benefits including 5 million dollars of primary Liability Insurance for all shooting activities. Please see the CSSA website for the full list of services and benefits.




What are the Membership fees?


Club Membership is $175.00 plus $45.00 for a Canadian Shooting Sports Association Membership. The total annual fees are $220.00. The Membership is due in September and is pro-rated if you join later during the year. To start the membership process a deposit of $50.00 is required. This fee is not refundable. We also offer a Family Membership at $15 for your significant other and $5 per child while the child is in School. For a Family Membership, a family Canadian Shooting Sports Association Membership is required. The CSSA Family Membership is $80.00 total.




What other requirements are involved in becoming a member?


Persective members are required to complete a one time Club Level CSSA Safety Course. The cost of the course is $75.00 with a $50.00 non-refundable deposit paid at the time of booking. If you have completed the course at another club doing the course again is not required provided you show your course certificate. Persective member are required to complete 6 probationary shoots that take place on Tuesday evenings. The cost is $20.00 for each shoot. The above CSSA Safety Course does count as one of the probationary shoots. Perspective members are required to pay a Building Maintenance Fee of $300.00 to be payed in 3 instalments after the first year as a member. Your first year of membership is probationary.