Binary exploding targets are
PROHIBITED on the Springfield range
Maximum of 2 guests per visit for a member
Maximum of 2 visits for each guest
Bring your Children <19 as often as you wish.
Range 3 will be closed to all members for the period September 20 – 22 2023 inclusive. This range is being rented by Public Safety for training purposes. Please do not interfere in their training
2023 renewals are currently being processed, get in early. Turnaround is 3-5 weeks. Application forms are below and on the Join page
Watch our Calendar for range schedules (shoots and other)
Do you wish to organize a club event? The Board welcomes all members to come forward and add items to enhance the shooting experience
"Public Safety Canada (“Public Safety”) launched an engagement process in October 2018 to help inform policy, regulations and legislation to reduce violent crime involving firearms. Through this engagement, Public Safety sought to engage and hear from a wide range of stakeholders, which included those both in support of and opposed to limiting access to handguns and assault-style firearms. While the engagement was framed by the examination of a potential ban, the discussion explored several potential measures to reduce violent crime. The engagement process included a series of eight in-person roundtables, an online questionnaire, a written submission process, and bilateral meetings with a range of stakeholders. Given the diversity of perspectives on this issue, this report highlights key common themes and ideas shared by participants, as well as unique and divergent views. The goal of this report is to accurately represent “what we heard” on this issue. "
You can read the report below.